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Caution: Vegetables

Today I managed to poleaxe myself just clocking out for my lunch break, thanks to the utter disregard for health and safety (and my own personal propensity for clumsiness), as I tripped on a stack of bread crates and landed headfirst in the potato sacks. 202 more words

So many things, 30 years to do it.

There are still a few boxes to unpack (the office, 3 boxes of framed photos/art, and a junk drawer), but I have no interest in hurrying to unpack them. 74 more words


Boy With a Broken Mind

Everyone knows today’s the day
They’ll take him away.
To be confined behind bars; what a sweet escape
For a boy with a broken mind. 100 more words



You know, you would think after twenty-six years – the first twenty-one of which seemed to be pretty smooth, like we could communicate – and two and a half years of different types of therapy, that two people would be much better at communicating and avoiding conflict. 934 more words


Change And Where It Gets Us

I like to think that I handle change well, but I find myself resistant time and again. Like almost every human being I like to have some consistency in my day to day. 445 more words


Disadvantages of dating someone smarter than you

Disadvantages of dating someone smarter than you

It’s not technically the worst-case scenario, but dating someone smarter can open up the floodgates of a dam filled with repressed insecurity. 544 more words


Antifragility: Running Until I Can't Continue

I am an avid runner. Given the choice of any exercise, when I am already in shape, running is absolutely my activity of choice. I have a style of running that is pretty different than mainstream advice on how to become a great running, but I’ve found it works far better for me than the traditional way of doing things. 855 more words