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A 29-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Late February, 1981

Friday, February 20, 1981

9 PM. I’m alone in the house. Mom and Dad and Jonny went off to see Tess; I would have like to go, but I wanted to be alone more. 3,635 more words

Light is attempting to fade discreetly but is still noon, only 5 o’clock, so why start to fade in a such rush?
Night is still so distant from this particular hour, from my notion of time, and as I conjecture about the invention of life, my tea is blowing away a gentle a cloud of steam into the air and blurring the present.
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Candour Photography

A 29-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Mid-February, 1981

Wednesday, February 11, 1981

7 PM. I am more convinced than ever that I do not want to stay in Florida beyond the next twelve weeks. 3,183 more words

365 Days

365 Days.

365 letters I wrote.
365 nights.

365 times a day I begged for your presence.

365 times I fell for you with each thought. 23 more words


A 29-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Early February, 1981

Monday, February 2, 1981

9 PM. Today I want to live. If my grandparents can hang on to live, why can’t I? I can’t let life defeat me; I’ve got to give it another shot. 3,316 more words

A 29-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Late January, 1981

Saturday, January 24, 1981

Midnight. I have rarely been as happy as I have been this past week. Frankly, I didn’t think I would be this happy in Florida. 4,831 more words

Treasure Island diary entries

Year 5 imagined they were Jim Hawkins and wrote some fantastic diary entries about the first half of the story.

Year 5