messages to katherinhand:
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from rachaelina :
Dear Jenny, I have no other way to get a hold of you, so I hope you get this. I just wanted to say, that if you ever want to hang out, please contact me at rachaelljensen@gmail.com. I lost my Mom suddenly too, and although I haven't had a baby, so much of what you've said is true for me as well, to a startling degree. You have been in my thoughts. xoxo, Rachael
from gallinula :
It was only so many months when you last wrote, I hope you write again... ca. 2011.
from gallinula :
Hope yr doing well... hang in ... there... ;)
from oh-sweet-pea :
wow. i'm hardly ever here so i feel the same as you. actually, very like you. no kid or house, but i get it.
from edithelaine :
i am so relieved you are back. just when i was about to commit diaryland suicide.
from ceildah :
i love your writing
from dinosaurs :
so yes. so, so, so yes.
from dinosaurs :
that last one, it could've been about me. what wusses.
from fuschia :
where'd you go?
from dinosaurs :
here is you and jamie: http://www.sfweekly.com/slideshow/view/95358/15 i wish i could go to the party and am thrilled about this budding friendship but sad that i won't be there to loll in the pool with you. maybe we have lunch or something while i'm there?
from dinosaurs :
the friend i speak of is jamie, and what's friday and why will i potentially be graced with your presence? i'll be in portland tuesday for wolf parade/visiting yolanda and then i'm going to sf. if seeing you fits into this week somehow i may die from an overload of friend-related happiness.
from dinosaurs :
i had a worlds-colliding moment the other day when my friend was like, "look at pictures of my dj night!" and i was like, "THAT'S JENNY! STANDING NEXT TO YOU!" you're totally in my karass, dude
from boombasticat :
The email-in-your-head to your mum made me laugh out loud.
from ceildah :
i love your writings..im sorry about your mumma. here is a link. im not sure if this is helpful or not actually, but ive been reading it a lot lately http://www.guardian.co.uk/profile/dinarabinovitch
from dharmabum :
thinking of you .. xo
from blistery :
you should read 'tuesdays with morrie' or not, i hope your mom and you and your family are ok.
from dharmabum :
so sorry, dear ... lots of hugs
from robotheart :
well...are you?
from edithelaine :
hello my bird, sweet one. i showed one of my professors your diary page while leaning into his office and he clicked on your photo page and said, "she's cute." xoxo
from myra-lee :
I also feel too clean and enthusiastic around the hard-ass lady set.
from pojken :
my god! someone else gets it! finally! though... there are just some shoes that are too important for the type of people one would meet outside of the house.
from mew-mew :
dear kh, it's been a long time. & yet still i come back to check up on you+your words every now+then. & your latest entry re: your mum made me cry. it's lunch time on the east coast. and here i am crying into my lunch + wishing the best for you + your family + for it to not be so hard. most truly, sp
from dinosaurs :
my dearest jh, you are an inspiration to us all. maybe when the secretary blouse trend falls by the wayside i will find the gumption to do the same. xxoo
from dinosaurs :
i've been looking at missed connections this morning, too. nobody ever misses a connection with me, much to my repeated surprise/dismay. and for all the eyelash batting i do, sheesh.
from division-day :
if you haven't read the book, the thing that bothers my mom is that both jane and mr. rochester are supposed to be unattractive -- well she's supposed to be plain, and he's supposed to be ugly, but in movies they always make them good looking. but i still loved it. i read the book when i was like 14 so i don't remember a whole lot. strangely enough i'm taking a train from minneapolis to portland, which i think is where you are... if we drive really fast to the train station i think i can finish the movie first! i love movies that make me cry.
from division-day :
oh my god, i watched jane eyre last night with my mom! and it was so wonderful. i'm getting on a train at 11:15 pm next sunday and i'm trying to figure out if i have time to watch the rest before i go (it ends at 10 here). i would be so sad to miss the rest...
from dinosaurs :
snow here too! i guess that makes sense.
from taubootes :
um...i had the flu for xmas also. my daughter & i both actually. i spent a near-barfing 30 mins explaining to my granparents-in-law that it was indeed the flu and not baby number 2.
from taubootes :
i've stolen your list. thanks happy christmas.
from dinosaurs :
thinking about you.
from mew-mew :
xoxo congratulations miss jenny hand, you smashing blushing bride, you! wow. ! xoxo, sara
from division-day :
congrats.. the pictures made me cry. beautiful.
from dharmabum :
congrats, congrats! you look beautiful. much happiness to you. xo
from division-day :
once the wedding is over being married is almost the same as before. except you never think about it ending. though it sounds like you never thought of that anyway. your boat dream reminded me of this: my uncle married a thai woman in the 70s; their wedding was in a village in thailand. they planned to arrive at the wedding site on a boat in the river and have the wedding on the shore. however, the monsoon was so strong that the river swelled and they were almost swept downstream by the current, they almost drowned. they did make it to shore and got married, eventually.
from cameraeye :
Dear Jenny Magnolia, Thank you for the awesome note you left for me some time back. While you say there was no W or GD involved certainly there must have been a subtle, um, Lysergic sort of twinge that came over you, no? You know, like you've become part of a sunshine daydream marsh-mello gumdrop kaleidoscope sparkler?? Well, that's how I feel sometimes when I think of you. High Fives from the east!
from themotion :
i am sorry about your ghost. i am a ghost. i always have people lurking in the corners of my favorite haunts. so i imagine your experience is reciprocal of mine. but i am not your ghost. i don't ghost quite so far up the coast.
from dharmabum :
congrats to you, ms. jenny. i hope the day (and all the years following) are simply marvelous. xo
from rachaelina :
Dear Jenny, re: your note left for me on Sept. 25th, 2006. Just wanted to say, and I hope this doesn't make you uncomfortable, that you were one of the people who I was thinking of when I wrote that entry. I think you are insanely beautiful. Thank you for saying what you did.
from dinosaurs :
sometime around or after these forty days i would like to arrange a non-chance meeting to do a few things one of which being give you a tiny present that you might already own but i am almost positive will love either way.
from ceildah :
Am loving reading the entries about your trip down under, and was especially thrilled to see a photo of Te Aro Fish Supply - my old neighbourhood :-)
from skibigsky :
Hugs to you and Laverne. Hoping the best for her (and you!).
from dinosaurs :
i was in portland but you were in australia. i will be back in portland next month but you will probably go to australia again just to spite me.
from hthespy :
i like your diary too.
from ceildah :
cool! do you know your new zealand dates/venues yet?
from oh-sweet-pea :
oooh, have fun! i love casiotone for the painfully aone.
from cameraeye :
Happy b-day, America and dear Jenny H!
from cameraeye :
i too wept a bit when i heard mr. hendrie was calling it quits. what a AAA+ genius. no more vernon dozier. no more rudy canoza. gawd. no more late nights by the radio with gut-busting laughter. gd.
from jinkymarvels :
i am thinking of you so much these days. and sending the best vibes and much love your way! xo
from oh-sweet-pea :
i just started reading your diary, but i just wanted to say how sorry i am to hear about your mom.
from taubootes :
hey. there was once a time when i felt like screaming when someone said this to me but...i've been there. more than once. i will even be so bold as to say, i understand how you're feeling. and my heart truly goes out to you. truly.
from cameraeye :
am reaching out with both arms across the continent & wishing for nothing but the best.
from fuschia :
i am really happy for you :) that was a wonderful story
from dinosaurs :
there's neumos in seattle, but that's hardly fair.
from dinosaurs :
we both did! now, in any number of feature films we could play 1. residents in an asylum 2. hot sixties europeans 3. vessels for the spawn of satan (remake) 4. candidates for gender reassignment (just me) 5. the brooding highschool girl that listens to "edgy" music
from karmacops :
great photo!
from karmacops :
wow...
from dinosaurs :
i'd be so grateful for the company! i don't work thursday-sunday every week, so come on up!
from dinosaurs :
whatever happened to hanging out, huh? also, considering the quality of your hairdo, if i were laid up i'd want you around to play beauty parlor, too. be careful with all this travelling all the time, and best to your mom who will of course be just fine.
from curejeff :
i'm wishing your mother the best through all of this. she sounds like a very strong and admirable person.
from karmacops :
thanx 4 popping up randomly in a member search and giving me something to read whilst I procrastinate about painting... :)
from rachaelina :
Dear woman, I can be reached via postage at 1304 SE 16th Ave., Portland, OR 97214. OR- by calling 971-322-5077. I look forward to hearing the details of this excursion.
from edithelaine :
p.s. I saw a notebook at Wal-mart (I know, I know!) that reads: Lunch Ladies Rock! I nabbed it for creative writing class where I hope I'll be inspired and get some great Jenny Katherine vibrations. Did I ever mention that you're my hero?
from dinosaurs :
you okay? come up if you want; call; write; anything. xox
from feathersnfur :
Oh sister, What a day my friend! What a lucky support you are for your mama. I remember telling my mama I was scared and she told me she was too. That was the first time I saw her show the effects of her disease. Keep being there for her, I know you will. Us little ones now become the big ones, this is the life changes that happen as we get older. Love you Jenn and you and your mama are in my thots. PS My mama will watch over her, I just asked her to. Amy J
from adianoeta :
i have been catching up on your diary all morning. sending you mittens and hot chocolate.
from paperbridges :
given that i am still intent on visiting, is late january perhaps a good time to plan for? i would hate to come while you were wageless and force your hand in spending any of the money i imagine you will have so painstakingly collected in an old coffee can and secretly stored in your dresser's bottom drawer.
from hermex :
Your new font is <i>perfect!</i>
from dinosaurs :
i'm home and in desperate need of distraction. save me.
from neptune66 :
Were these GD-themed establishments in the backs of 70s Chevy vans? They should be if they want to be authentic. They should spray the pies down with some LSD from a Windex bottle as well. Anyway, yes, will keep n66 around for when the need to ramble strikes...
from curejeff :
an odd thing is that i really have had some truly strange things happen around my home after 'blessing' it with sage per my live-in girlfriend. sort of spooky stuff, knocking, and objects moving, but whatever it is does not seem malevolent. so that's of course a good thing.
from kayemess :
I'll say it: I do live in Portland! "Close-in SE" as the local lingo goes. See, I was thinking maybe you would think it was odd if I wrote and said "Hey, how about Happy Hour?" so I'm glad you did. E-mail me maybe? kyla.sweet at Ye Olde Gmaildotcom.
from dinosaurs :
i'm in san diego, sister. i'll be home on the 30th of this month, and anytime after that i will be skirted, hatted, and in full-on tea party mode, just awaiting your beckon.
from dinosaurs :
when she said he slumped over and she thought he was joking, so said don't do that.
from neptune66 :
I once tried to get a bright orange centipede to sit still for a portrait but to no avail. Those things are so darn recalcitrant.
from curejeff :
very sorry about the loss of your pet. best wishes from chattanooga.
from fuschia :
oh honey, i am so sorry. love from michigan.
from fuschia :
i give my hopes for meow's safe and healthy return. <3
from dinosaurs :
i'm so sorry. my meowsies and i send our love to you and your meowsy.
from neptune66 :
so truly heartbreaking.
from dinosaurs :
i absolutely insist that we reschedule, and yes, party dresses are mandatory. i'll be in san diego for most of october, so maybe when i get home?
from dinosaurs :
feel like driving for five hours on saturday evening to go be unabashedly old in partydresses with me?
from curejeff :
brilliant.
from dinosaurs :
i do the same thing with franny. i've almost abandoned her so many times, but there are still things she's teaching me, i think, because goodness knows if jo is, franny can too. i wonder if that's silly, lessons from fictional characters. probably. also, madam, you are responsible for the nicest compliment i've ever been paid. thank you from the very bottomest bottom of my grateful heart.
from dinosaurs :
warm compresses.
from curejeff :
i love legos!!
from dinosaurs :
did you hear how now it's the san diego county fair or something ridiculous? those pictures make me homesick.
from missy-17 :
hey is that you and your boyfriend or somethin??
from dinosaurs :
if you drip the wax and wait a second so it isn't SO so hot, you can stamp it with a stamp you can carve yourself out of the pink carving rubbery carving block things you get at places like michael's craft store or whatever (worst sentence of all time). just cut down a fat dowel(l?) to attach the stamp to, and you're in business.
from thebetween :
sorry to have seemingly evaded your comment without the proper thanks. but hell, i was moving. blame it on inertia. so, to proper the props, my feeling on your words is mutual to your feeling on my words. and sometime let me tell you about punk-rock-grandma. true stories, some with polaroid proof. ~n.c.
from pretended :
i haven't been on here forever, and i read your recent entry and i loved it. i forgot how much i loved the way you write.
from neptune66 :
Miss, what you told me is good to know. And as always there are coincidences. Last month at a hipster house party I layed some real western pathos upon the we-are-far-too-cool-for-this-world party goers with a short acoustic set that included both 'Loser' and 'Black Peter'. If only you were there to provide some woebegone alto harmonies...
from dinosaurs :
i still have my ca driver's license and every time i get pulled over (4 times - no tickets) i lie and say i've only lived in washington for a month. i cannot bring myself to do it, so, my friend, my hat is off to you.
from dinosaurs :
i still have my ca driver's license and every time i get pulled over (4 times - no tickets) i lie and say i've only lived in washington for a month. i cannot bring myself to do it, so, my friend, my hat is off to you.
from arbredechene :
to find this picture of by-the-wind-sailors on your diary page, days after returning from a trip to san francisco where i had picked these up with wonder and stared at the light coming through their drying bodies (i thought they were oyster parts or something), was such a nice surprise. glad to have a name to go with an experience.
from dinosaurs :
we were almost at the same show. i would've been like... beyond elated at that surprise. unfortuantely, i was too busy moping.
from softblossoms :
i think your storm just reached us here in MN: the sky is ocean colored rolling and the rain is sideways blowing. also i'm jealous that you met rachael and rebecca!
from dinosaurs :
jenn, your nose is among the great noses of the world.
from fuschia :
ooh, i feel very sad leaving my dear cat alone while i go out also. it is the worst when they trail you to the door and you see their little nose peeking out as you have to close it.
from trachimbrod :
psst. it's astrid. i started a new diary. if you want to read it, say ernestine shackleton. also, when are we hanging out in portland?
from neptune66 :
And let us not forget Merlin Olsen, and his incredible transformation from being one of the NFL's most relentlessly vicious defensive tackles(a member of the famed "Fearsome Foursome" of the 60's LA Rams) to the exceedingly gentle 'Jonathan Garvey' in Prairie(and then on to the even more soothingly mild pitchman for FTD floral bouquets). Such is the odd power of LHOtP.
from pollytrotsky :
they're kinda sparrows, kinda swallows. kinda just birds. they will be even less any particular bird when i add the long red tail that goes on a frigate bird (australian waterbird) to the bottom one. xxo
from dinosaurs :
YAY
from mister-ed :
that would be a lot more helpful than creepy!
from mister-ed :
good stuff. i'm goin to the (very same, probably) desert in june, on my own. is there any particular place i must see or is it all generally magical?
from dinosaurs :
did you ever read or hear about hoover, the seal in maine that could talk during mating season? in case you haven't, he ate everything in sight (hence the name) and his life of chastizing became evident when, like a parrot, he recited the phrase he heard most often: "hoover! hoover get out of there!" i heard an audio clip of him on NPR like maybe 2 years ago. funniest thing of my whole life. (ps. i'm a huuuge jen fan)
from dinosaurs :
you're cute!
from curejeff :
Creapy! Right after I watched "Sixth Sense" the first time (alone, at night), my vertical blinds beside my bed flew open (very noisily). For no apparent reason. I went and slept at a friend's house that night.
from dinosaurs :
i don't have your email address. email me at deweydecimal@gmail.com and then i will give you my mobile phone number and consequently we will dance it up.
from darkbeans :
i loved this penpal entry. so cute. i want one too. : )
from mister-ed :
i just read your billions-of-baby-spiders entry while eating and it wasn't the best combination ever. but i still must see one of those things.
from pollytrotsky :
"i was born to be nervous". oh god. i still havent seen that movie. i've been too sad to. and now i'm not sure i ever will.
from dinosaurs :
washington - oregon = a definitely fathomable distance, especially considering that one of my dearest friends just moved to portland, which is where i assume you'll be too since nobody moves to like... ashland. i will however still be in sf the weekend of the 8th and am still very much up for some silly frocks and canoeing or just plain drinking with my diaryland cohorts.
from dinosaurs :
i LOVE that movie, but my favorite part of the dvd is the bit where they all go to new york.
from fuschia :
i hate her too!
from curejeff :
geez. i agree, what a terrible thing to blame this on the fact that there was a female deputy.
from neptune66 :
hello, am hoping you soon find yourself in the vortex of an otherworldly whirlwind of flying room objects and wild temperature changes and stroboscopic light shows.
from dinosaurs :
ps. im really, really sorry.
from dinosaurs :
i think what we are both in need of is a good dress-up (maybe even like daisy buchanan) a sunny day for a picnic, a labored bikeride in aforementioned frocks and much milkshake-drinking.
from darkbeans :
i'm sorry your so down. the tea sounds good. memories tied to our senses. sigh. evolution at its best. i hope you have a better day.
from dinosaurs :
already did, but read the deerhoof note i left her and maybe youre interested too?
from dinosaurs :
i was; that's where i grew up, and where i seem to move back every two years or so. im in washington now, though i do think youre right about the ships passing because ive spent countless weekends in berkeley and sf. im asking because i think we should organize a silly rendezvous - you, elka novembre, me, and whomever else would like to meet up. i'll be in sf in april.
from dinosaurs :
are you down bay-area way?
from neptune66 :
Dear Humble Private Citizen: Thank you kindly for your recent note. Presently I am off exploring the yonder nether-regions that lie beyond the enchanted D-Land forest. I think I may very well be lost. There are gnomes who keep asking me for money. Anyway, will hopefully locate the homeward trail, but in the meantime wanted to recommend that you visit the California International Antiquarian Book Fair which is happening on the weekend of the 18th at Brannan on 8th street in SanFranHippieTown. There you will see many interesting literary artifacts and experience wig-flipping sticker shock. And at the very least, 'tis a good locale to throw open the VW doors and peddle some bagels and wampum and dream catchers.
from likeaforest :
yes yes, i am still in sacramento. i've always heard of the notorious pirate house, but have yet to go to a show there. i'm not quite sure of the actual address -- i think maybe it's somewhere on g street? i didn't realize mr. casiotone was playing there tomorrow night! i had had my hopes set on going to see whysp tomorrow night, but no one wants to come with me! can you imagine? i just don't know enough people who like good psych/folk/pop/slightly medieval bands these days.
from fuschia :
he looks very 'steve zissou'! did he fancy that movie?
from dinosaurs :
just the word panaderia makes me homesick. i don't tell you enough that i really like this.
from dustboogie :
Wow. I totally identify with this entry. I am right here with you on that one. MFA, art class, the ex. Scary. Thanks for sharing that. I feel somehow encouraged.
from likeaforest :
o dear, for some reason my guestbook never told me that you had left that nice message days ago! yes, the moldy zines were quite a fiasco. really though, i think i'm more sad about the loss of the collection itself than any particular zines (although i was very sad to see misshapen lumberjack and how i learned to do it bloody murder go. sigh.)
from neptune66 :
re: TCMCU. Doode. I burned it. All. We'll need another suitcase. Or five. This week we've been tuned into techwebsound.com, a very charming playlist(where one will find a picture of Jerome Garcia on their frontpage, thus maintaining cosmic-TCMC-thread*). Just giving it a try, you say? Are you not in the very Epicenter of Dead-dom? Yes, certainly worth a try, but do be very careful not to ingest too much or, before you knew what happened, you'll be sitting in the mud selling stale bagels. And enjoying it.
from curejeff :
ahh... pierogies, we have them for every family gathering, it has to do w/ our czech ancestry i believe. good with sour cream. i hope you have a wonderful christmas!!
from fuschia :
oh man-i wish i had a cool and spectacular sister to converse with like that!
from affiliate19 :
you remind me of this northern girl i've never met, who i send cds to sometimes; you remind me a little of what i imagine she always seems to feel nostalgic for. i'm going to send her one for xmas. a cd i mean. i'd love to send you one too if you want. it's pretty good, swear. it has has bands that make you happy and sad and chuckle-ish all at once. and some that are just happy and some that are just sad too. none of them are really xmasy though so if you want songs like that i can't really help you out. okay that's all! _____ _ _ ___ _
from neptune66 :
"Is it Marie Osmond or Cruella Deville?" http://www.awfulplasticsurgery.com/
from curejeff :
What an embarrassingly whiny entry for you to read! Things are fine, just was having a bad monday. Insomnia sometimes strikes and makes me feel all f'd up at times. Great to hear from you though, and I love all those pictures of everyone kissing! Hilarious.
from vocaccia :
thank you for the note, i like you too! now i'm just a little worried about a giant diaryland spider...
from dinosaurs :
a nice note on a terrible day. thank you, friend.
from neptune66 :
I usually try to make a record of rare breathtaking celestial events, even if it is only a cloud that is shaped like Karl Malden's nose. Just like the h.o.b.s, r.b.c.e are something one should never take for granted. No, never.
from schmarpy :
Kneesocks! We're at that age where it feels weird to still dress like a teen. I'm starting to question my office attire of kneesocks, glitter and rainbows.
from curejeff :
You are absolutely NOT from uglytown!
from curejeff :
wow, that sounds like quite a guy there, you should give him a call. I mean, he is being serious and everything. :-)
from likeaforest :
so you WERE at the hemlock last night, too! i thought i maybe saw you, but i couldn't figure out how to say hello without feeling like a creepy diaryland stalker person. o.
from jinkymarvels :
missus hand. there's almost a years worth of my reads (is that english??) and for that i thank you. i wanted to extend my absolute appreciation for your eons of wonderful posts and things. and ps: such fantastic hair, lady!
from dustboogie :
Hope you don't mind me adding you amongst my favorite diaries. I've been a quiet fan for a while. I'm a little overdue.
from neptune66 :
I turn (gulp)32 one short week from today(yes, mid-early thirtydom), but would like to reassure you from my aged perspective that getting old ain't so bad. You'll find that Geritol is quite tasty in the morning(given you can get your creaky limbs outta bed and moving toward the medicine chest), and that Bingo and Bridge are every bit as fun as Scrabble or Boggle, especially when viewing Golden Girls reruns.
from fuschia :
happy belated birthday babycakes
from curejeff :
Oh, those things happen to me all the time, those socially awkward/stumbling/absurd situations that leave you feeling off-center and confused and thinking "what am i doing here?"-type thoughts. not alone. jeff :)
from schmarpy :
Hi! I should confess first that I have already had that creepy read-all session of your entries. Secrets exposed! I also share your love of sickenly boring office jobs. Dear Jenny's boss! (stop) Jenny needs to be outside today. (stop) It hurts to breathe. (stop) Fresh air and ice cream is in order (stop)
from neptune66 :
I grew up in CT, close enough to NYC that we all spoke in the distinctive local dialect known as Dum-Tawk. For us it was the thee-DUH.
from curejeff :
i'm the same way with cable, that's why i don't have it! when i'm visiting someone who does i flip out become some television version of a heroin junkie, all blurry eyes and drool and microwaivable pizza and the feel-of-getting-fatness and wasting away...
from curejeff :
thanks, it's an honor to make the list! but don't delve too far.. my old entries are somewhat lacking in artistic integrity ...okay, they're just boring and dumb. d-land-hugs, jck
from curejeff :
your diary is so much fun to read and your usage is nothing short of brilliant.. great new picture also btw. don't worry, i live really far away so can't properly stalk you! :)
from novembre :
my diary is locked for the time being because i happened upon a very nosy family member. to read novembre, just say "hello" twice.
from parlance :
Mm....
from curejeff :
i'm so glad that your mom is okay!
from novembre :
oh, i hate the boob scares. i feel you on that one. they're conducting a biopsy on my right boob right now and it feels odd to mention this over the internet, but there it is.
from edithelaine :
oh, was she-->(meow-meow) kneeding and purring and slashing? i know she loves her momma. ouch, i'm sorry that happened, sweet soft flower.
from milquetoasty :
thought maybe i'd see you at last night's casiotone show - my boy's band played with him - but alas, i did not. maybe you don't exist in the same world i do? like griffin and sabine - my mom gave me those books when i was young - i'd come to meet you and all i'd find would be a note, "waited and waited but you never showed."
from neptune66 :
Hello. Would like to say: much, much company time has been spent leisurely flipping through your aqua pages. With kind regards, b.
from kristintracy :
You are podiatric soul-sister. I wear a size 10. But, I like to buy the biggest shoes I can find, because I'm just that obnoxious. For cereal. I would like to thank Ashley for grabbing my shoulders and pointing me in the direction of your diary. *HUGS ASHLEY!* ~kristin
from central-red :
star-struck?! hey, do you have aim/yahoo/msn messenger, what have yous? my aim/yahoo name is secretbruises. because i am transparent.
from central-red :
of course, i meant "to use notes...". i was typing really fast, ok? dinner was ready.
from central-red :
you're so smart miss jenny hand, to you notes instead of stinky ol' signmyguestbook.com. what i wrote in your gbook is that i am going to be home in less than two months (!!!) and did you want to maybe meet and also, that you should come for tea with me and the miss milquetoasty. and also that i am looking for work and is your place hiring, and do you want a new work friend? many exes and ohs, jessica
from achren :
(i just tried to put this in your guestbook and it wouldn't let me, so you may get it twice.) thank you so much, lovey. xo.m.
from likeaforest :
addendum: signmyguestbook is evil and conspiring against me to make me look very silly! er, feel free to delete those extra posts; i apparently was a bit too manic with the "enter" button.
from likeaforest :
yes, i meant the farm sanctuary in orland! i've been looking forward to it for quite some time, but now that it's here, i'm having a hard time wrangling up anyone to go. i don't know anyone around here who's vegan, so the idea of forcing people to pay money to eat food they are rather frightened of is unfortunately not going over very well. and reservations need to be made by the 14th! o dear. ...i live in sacramento, but as there's not so much to do here, i'm always looking for nicer places to spend weekends (i.e. vegan feasts and beard contests!).
from facepunch :
OMG your guestbook is wacky!! here is my finished message: hey i am so 20 now! may 11th happened and then BANG i was 20 years old. not that its much different than 19 but at least it gives owen [who acts like he's 7000 years old] less of a reason to call me a stupid baby. and oh my goodness dont act like your current soon-to-be 27 year old self isnt completely in love with me. <3
from hand-bag :
dear katherinhand, do you know a current e-mail address for "hauntedheart"? i wanted to tell him that he should update his diary.
from tater-fay :
Please read my notes section..this is important. Protect yourself and don't contact "keeds" (aka: supernigger)...my notes section will explain it. He is a predator.
from keeds :
hi. i'm a genius, write back.
from pretended :
you are a wonderful writer and i admire you for it. as a matter of fact, i'm envious. wish i could make it all sound so beautiful. good job. :)
from achren :
i hate this can't-sign-guestbooks-again thing. i just left you a note that used the word "today" where it should have said "last week" and i just thought i would clarify. halo is licking my hands while i type. that is all.
from moviegrrl :
just had to say - loved hte first chapyer - so much that i dreamt about it last night. smooch!
from ineedyouso :
made me giggle.. and i've had a really crappy day. here to say good job, you saved my day.
from christabean :
Why thank you miss Jenny Hand! eep! How embarrassing to be caught griping about a lack of linkage! I appreciate the offer of ass-kicking and the wishes of marvyness, and you are welcome, have a wonderful day. I like you. ~christabean
from rockyraven :
thats so nice
from rockyraven :
love the diary
from tba :
sometimes i get nervous after thinking about someone, wondering the exact same thing. what *if* they can feel it. [though, i think i'd rather like it in reverse] xo.
from moviegrrl :
happy thanksgiving xxx Sas
from daka :
you write so beautifully

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