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jabberwock
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Saturday. 5.10.14 11:34 pm
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I got dumped so you should stop reading my blog
Saturday. 5.10.14 11:33 pm
Seriously just don't. It's all gonna be sappy and awful and you'll hate it for the next year.

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That's embarrassing!
Friday. 2.14.14 12:07 pm
Okay, so one of the Kansas representatives we have here in the legislature is a hardcore conservative. He introduced a bill that he says is supposed to protect Christians from being discriminated against... but what it's really doing is discriminating against gay couples. Basically, businesses and religious centers will be legally allowed to deny service to homosexual couples. I totally understand where he's coming from on this, trying to give people the chance to not have to wane on their religious views, but it's really stupid. I know him personally and I'm just gonna say it: he's acting out of fear. Christians are supposed to welcome persecution in the name of the Lord. Like, if you look at the Apostle Paul's life, you'll see that he never fought the discrimination that came his way. He welcomed it; rejoiced in it, even. He didn't complain, either. He used it as a platform to show God's love even more.
So to see Christians today being asked to do things they don't absolutely love and then they complain and throw a huge fit about it is just embarrassing.
I mean, think of it this way... many Christians don't approve of the consumption of alcohol. But a Christian photographer will still take wedding photos of a couple that has chosen to serve alcohol at their wedding. They more or less don't care. But if you change the perceived sin taking place at the ceremony to be the actual couple, then they freak out and won't do it. And all sins are supposed to be equal.
This is just my view on it. I think people should love each other and accept that they can't dictate how others live their lives. I don't think it's the government's business to be telling people whether or not they can deny business to people. People should be willing to give excellent service to anyone that comes along. Especially in this economy.

Happy Valentine's day. Let's be loving, not fearful and mislead in our attitudes.
As the great Yoda said, "Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering."

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Wednesday. 1.1.14 1:42 am
I have been dating the same guy for 4 years and have never seen him on New Year's.
Ever.
Just thought I'd point that out.

Last year, I rang in 2013 crying on my brother's couch.

This year I sipped hot cocoa and watched some Doctor Who. Definitely an improvement. Nothing like a Tennant Christmas special to make you feel better about everything.

Now I'm experiencing Windows 8 the way it was meant to be experienced and listening to Chvrches. It's really calming. I like this album. It's called The Bones of What You Believe if you want to check it out. It's on Spotify.

So anyways. Windows 8. I have the Skype and Facebook apps open on either side of my screen... running simultaneously... all with my Desktop running in the middle, so I can listen to music and blog and stuff. All at once. On one screen. I'm really impressed by this operating system for the first time.

But, I also think that if my computer screen were smaller than 17" I probably wouldn't like this as much because everything would be all squished.


Everyone should start the year with really good music and some writing. Maybe someday I'll start the year with a kiss... but today is not that day.

Here's my resolutions:

1. Go to the gym. (Except I actually will do this one because I've been craving cardio like a preggo lady craves watermelon at 3am.)

2. Live life more freely. Loosen the tethers that hold me back from enjoying the little moments. (I'm talking to you, anxiety. Go die.)

3. Kick mental illness in the balls.

That's all. It's not a huge list. They're all healthy for my mind. The first two resolutions basically take care of the third one. They all take care of each other, really. So... it'll be good. I'm looking forward to it. I think.

Happy new year, everyone.

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