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What it may be.
People don't really know
Okay so I am generally a very calm and understanding person. I need to clarify that because I really need to BITCH about two people in my life and I am going to sound like the most insensitive bitch in the world. First off, Cary is a rude, self serving bastard. He comes from a very poor family (like I do) and unfortunately it didn't teach him anything. He is super greedy and is so disconnected with reality. Honestly, not everyone can have a sugar daddy who pays you just to allow him to have sex with you. When you tell me I should quit my job without having a backup when I have bills to pay is RIDICULOUS. I can't be the only one who feels that way. Plus, I know you think that you're clever but really you aren't. When you say something rude and expect us to take it positively, you are really wrong. God forbid I don't like a certain Tom Petty song or super hero movies. Seriously, everyone is different. I have different interests than you. Do I shove metalcore down your throat? No,... (more)

Dark of the Moon
Happy Birthday
Timothy Leary, born October 22, 1920. I first came across Leary as a young girl in a Canadian Tire (I think) of all places. There was a Time Life book that I was flipping through, and there was a picture of an old, white haired man with this colorful, psychedelic backdrop. The picture itself was quite memorable, but the thing that really stuck with me all through the years was a quote. The exact wording escapes me now, but it was about how he had "lost it" and was just some crazy old man now. I've tried to find the exact quote or book since then but to no avail. I still have a lot to learn about him, but he holds a special place in my heart as someone who was true to himself and his ideals, despite criticism and ridicule. A free thinker who in turn made us think and question things, to "turn on, tune in and drop out." R.I.P.

cares office
Two weeks ago, before the trip, we spent another hour at the Gettysburg C.A.R.E.S office. My dad travels a lot for work and always saves the travel shampoos, conditioners, lotions, and soaps that hotels provide so that he can donate them. I knew he had saved up a large assortment so when my parents visited I asked him to bring any that he had. I brought a large bag with me to the office to donate and I think it was definitely appreciated. However, even though I thought I brought a lot of toiletries with me, when we organized them into different piles it was obvious how quickly the office runs out of supplies. I will try to bring more, but it was very eye opening to see how even a large donation can be used so quickly. Given the amount of people that go in and out of the office, it is obvious why things are used up so quickly, but it also goes to show how much donations are appreciated. I hope to somehow donate more to the office because of how much it provides for others, it is nice... (more)

Ray 3D
demo 2012
Montaje con algunos de mis trabajos realizados en los ultmos anos.

whenever one door closes, i hope one more opens
Just as you taint the fresh early morning breeze with your habitual smoke, I find myself looking for ways to counter your destruction. Should I plant a tree? Grow a garden? Are my subtle efforts enough already? All the same, to each his own, but it's always my hope that there is at least a balance, if not an offset tipped in my favor. I actually do care about we're doing to our lives, which is far more than I can say for the lot of them. (10-14-2007)

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