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 Post subject: Summer is over, kind of
PostPosted: Sun Aug 29, 2010 7:36 pm 
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After 3 months of smoking pot, contemplation, and fruitlessness, summer is nearing an end. I wouldn't say I regret anything, for one thing leads to another. All of my jumbled thoughts and leisure time - which it was quite leisurely, NOT idleness - are starting to become more organized and I am working hard at putting my plans to action.

A week ago, I was temporarily employed working for my dad doing hard, manual work -- all landscaping, cleaning, carrying and so forth around my old Catholic grade school. I feel rejuvenation in my life, yet again. It reminded me how awesome it is to work six days a week and rest on the seventh. I found such satisfaction in getting dirty and giving my body back to the earth. During my lunch/smoke breaks, it was perpetual delight. I am pleased to remember the feelings of relishing in the fruits of my labor.

There is much I should write - volunteering, spiritual endeavors, new friendships, and so forth. But I lack the energy, and it is only 10:30 at night. I will elaborate upon the finding the time, which is scarce. The following weeks, I must be persistent in all things... finding a job, prayer, and work (employed or not... work is work.)

Lastly, I wish to write to you that I am attending World Youth Day in Madrid, Spain next year in 2011. I am wholly persuaded that the events that led up to my registration is of a Divine nature, and my conviction of this is with all of my mind and heart and soul.

The forums are quite boring these days, although I am interested in reading mezians posts from time to time. I enjoy the perspective, I guess. Newbies, welcome.

Take care.


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 Post subject: !
PostPosted: Fri Sep 03, 2010 10:22 pm 
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So many things to express.

So many things to espresso.

Espresso, like Clemenza and Vito when they're talking about Don Narducci, the Black Hand. I kind of feel like watching The Godfather - who loves mafia??

Pagliacci + Sean Connery in The Untouchables = AWESOME

What the f--- was his name???

1634 Racine... you know, I used to have a friend that lived there.....

What the hell was his name?????


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Haha, um... that must have been an interesting night...

His name was Malone. James Malone.


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Tommy GS wrote:
Haha, um... that must have been an interesting night...

His name was Malone. James Malone.


:lol:

I have looked back at some of my old posts and ask myself, "What were you thinking?!" :mrgreen:

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Anajo wrote:
Tommy GS wrote:
Haha, um... that must have been an interesting night...

His name was Malone. James Malone.


:lol:

I have looked back at some of my old posts and ask myself, "What were you thinking?!" :mrgreen:


Delete 'thinking', insert 'smoking'. I think.

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Wine.

It was the wine.

Sister's wedding reception....


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Tommy GS wrote:
Wine.

It was the wine.

Sister's wedding reception....


Ya.. for me it's the beer :?

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