Three Israelis just came into the music store and it made me very sad because I realized that I no longer remember how to call someone a goldfish in Hebrew.
call her green, for the children who’ve made her
Archive for May, 2006
File under: the Church is crazy!
When you’re young and always looking at the far side of the hill You might miss the fairest flower standing by you very still
For the past several weeks all my dreams have been taking place in Portland, and a lot of my waking time is spent thinking about it too. I’m beginning to wonder if it would be such a bad thing after all to move back there. I’ve been against going back home, for lots of reasons. [...]
Cutting out fabric is always the worst part of any sewing project. It’s big, and tedious, and it’s the only stage where things can go really wrong. Once you start sewing the pieces together, there’s a million different ways you can fix it if you make a mistake, and it may be frustrating sometimes, but [...]
Who said that every wish would be heard and answered When wished on the morning star? Somebody thought of that, and someone believed it, And look what it’s done so far. What’s so amazing that keeps us stargazing And what do we think we might see? Someday we’ll find it, the rainbow connection, The lovers, [...]
Your Linguistic Profile:: 60% General American English 25% Yankee 10% Dixie 0% Midwestern 0% Upper Midwestern What Kind of American English Do You Speak?
Ok, it’s official, I’m addicted to caffeine. Or, specifically, to cafe mochas. I’ve only been working at the bakery for a month and a half. Oh well. (This thought brought to you by the headache I woke up with this morning that wouldn’t go away despite the pills, the water, and the meditating, until I [...]
I need something new to read. I’m starting to feel like all books are really saying the same thing, even ones I haven’t read yet. I go to the library and go through the shelves and try to find something that will make me feel something that I haven’t felt before, and I’m not finding [...]
As a counterpoint to the article that Neil found: “The reason to avoid stress is not because it’s hurting the baby but because it is hurting you.”