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  1. its her birthday

    mood: this is one of the hardest days of the year
    music: different versions of Always Something There To Remind Me by various artists, including:

    this version
    anyways, nuff said about that I suppose, time to pour another glass of

  2. Games, Games, Fatal Games

    I'm not a fan of the Twilight Saga, but I'm in love (blah, blah, blah) with Lestat. I think this song would've been better suited for one of his movies. I'm very excited about Anne's new novel coming at the end of this month.
  3. Chasing Brett

    When I was fourteen years old, I fell in love for the first time with a boy named Brett. He was fifteen, handsome, and tall, with silky black hair. He looked a bit like a muscular Steve Perry—frontman for the band, Journey. At the end of the summer—that summer of my first love—Brett and his family moved to Florida. I never saw him again.

    Brett and I never kissed or even dated. Too many obstacles kept us from hooking up. First off, he was my boyfriend Scott's best friend. They had ...

    Updated October 18, 2014 at 09:48 PM by realitybites

    Atheism , Polemics , Life, Family , Random Cultural Things , Religion and Philosophy
  4. Just Picked

    Penelope and Sid look like little Christmas trees with bright red bulbs.

    Yesterday afternoon...

    Just picked these this morning...

  5. Orphaned And Misunderstood

    Bats. I love them. I find them to be quite intriguing. They are misunderstood creatures. Perhaps that's why I feel so much affection for them. I have always been told that a high percentage of bats carry rabies, but after reading about that online, I've learned that less than 1/2 of 1% of bats actually contract the disease. Of course, don't want to take any chances, but it's nice to know. I'd love to raise one

    No, I'm not putting this here because it's almost Halloween (it ...

    Updated October 17, 2014 at 06:06 AM by hand in glove (changed facts about rabies)

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