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week in review: speedos, sugar, and sadness

Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for the feeling of accomplishment it gives me. Let’s see, I finished the draft of my final paper for my Leadership Theory in Communication class. All of the draft. All 1,500 words. In less than a day. Like, I finished it about 15 minutes ago.… Continue reading week in review: speedos, sugar, and sadness

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I’m baaaack…..

Did you miss me?  No?  That’s cool. You’ve been busy, I’m sure, what with the holiday craziness and making New Years’ Resolutions you know you won’t keep.  Okay, maybe you’ll keep them.  I don’t know you that well (and why is that? Because you never comment! How am I supposed to get to know you… Continue reading I’m baaaack…..

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working with snakes in the grass

You know how, when your coworkers are liars and gossips, eventually they start telling lies–lies that could get a person fired–about you? No? Lucky you. I happen to have two coworkers like that. These two, I’ll call them Little Gossip and Big Mouth, have been creating trouble for months, talking to everyone about what goes… Continue reading working with snakes in the grass

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how do you get past the memories?

You know, getting past the depression is one thing. The meds are helping with that. Prayer is helping with that. Living more mindfully is helping with that. But how do you get past the memories? Lately they’ve been grabbing me by the ankles and yanking me down into brief moments of sadness. It’s almost like… Continue reading how do you get past the memories?