November 7th, 2006

baby gaz

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awww, idioscosmos's boyfriend is on the telly (k-fed, yo.)


i don't feel people should talk loudly on their cell phones while riding public transit, unless it's an emergency or unless they're making a quick call to get picked up. you're sharing your entire freaking life with everyone around you. we generally like to ride quietly, lost in our own thoughts.

i don't feel people should talk on their cell phones while driving, unless they have a hands-free set. the majority of the times that i've almost been hit by cars has been by cellphone yakking drivers.

i don't feel like people should talk on cell phones while shopping unless they will never need the assistance of anyone or will not be checking out anytime soon, or if they need to call someone to verify what kind of peanut butter to get: crunchy or smooth.

i know that there's others, but i can't think of them right now.

i'm having other...issues, too. isn't there a mood stabalizing herb, like st. johns wart or something like that?

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i know i posted this awhile ago in my journal, but i just came across it again and feel that it's quite fitting for all of us that have been feeling... like Pig.

much love to all of you, my pretties. and your little dogs,too.

and all of you newish mothers out there, feel free to add faetal to your friends list. she's going a little bonkers in an endearing way, and i don't know how to help (other than to listen), but you might. and i think a lot of you would get along really well, anyway. and besides being a new mother, she's also one of thee most beautiful, creative, caring creatures i have ever met. and funny. did i mention funny? i miss living with her and having my face and sides ache literally all day because of back and forth banter.