I Don’t Want to Live in This World

I hate this world that I've created. I hate that I moved across the country with big dreams, none of them being fulfilled.  They've been destroyed so much that I've let them go altogether.  I don't even write anymore.  I probably don't even exist anymore. I hate that I moved to the south and have …

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Being Thankful in These Trying Times

I usually write some post about Thanksgiving and what I'm thankful for, but I've had no time or energy to write lately.  This is a season of thankfulness, but I'm not sure that I've felt very thankful.  Sometimes I feel so pessimistic that I forget that my life has been far more privileged than that …

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On Santa and Christmas Traditions

Working in customer service has taught me that people get meaner during the holidays. I'm almost positive that I've never taken a picture with Santa.  My parents didn't really teach the Santa thing.  I don't remember ever really believing, but maybe I stopped before my memories began.  I vaguely remember logical conversations with my dad …

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Blogging Everyday in July|Delirious 40hr Work Week

I have an interesting coworker who is interesting (I phrased that that way on purpose, mom).  He is interesting and he says interesting things and he thinks interesting things, and I think it's because he's a deep thinker.  He also asks me deep questions.  And I try to get give him well thought out answers. …

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Blogging Everyday in July|Some Thoughts on Why the South is Better

So I had a drink.  And yes I'm writing this the night before it posts, so don't think I'm drinking in the morning.  I tried to call a friend back home who I texted to ask a question to last week, and he never responded.  He also didn't answer the phone.  I'm sure he's busy, …

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