I think I might have finally found some…
every woman begins as weather,
sips slow thunder, knows her hips. Every woman
harbors a chaos, can
wait for it, straddling a fever.
So, what if, instead of thinking about solving your whole life, you just think about adding additional good things. One at a time. Just let your pile of good things grow.
After spending most of my day up at the Cleveland Clinic having a whole bunch of fun test… it looks like I get to keep all my organs. Woo.
Good news: The doctors don’t think my gallbladder has been causing my pancreatitis.
Bad news: They don’t actually know what is causing it.
I’m just a mystery wrapped in an enigma, I suppose. At least I’ve been feeling pretty great for a while now, so I’m just not going to worry about it.
Cynthia Riggs got a summer job in a geology lab back in 1950. She befriended her colleague Howard Attebery and they wrote notes in code to each other. Cynthia had a boyfriend at home though, and the coded notes between Cynthia and Howard stopped after that summer. They both moved on with their lives and married different people and had children. But 62 years after that summer, Cynthia received another coded message from Howard.
Read more of the story here!
What a beautiful story… I love love. :)
Not sure what possessed me to do it, but I tried on my wedding dress today… and that sucker fits. Fuck yeah. My girls were doing their best to pop out, but it fit.
I’ve been losing weight, and I have more to lose… but awesome. :)
Tonight I held my in-laws dog, Anna, and just cried. We found out she has cancer and most likely won’t live much longer.
I never known a dog that loves me like she does… I think she loves me more than most humans do. She gets so excited when I visit that she cries and runs in circles around me; it takes her an hour to calm down. And she still tries to sleep on my lap, like she did when she was a puppy… she only does this to me.
Well, at least I know I feel love fully… I love completely, without holding back, even if it’s a dog.