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from kaffeine :
I suspect anyone who has ever loved me felt the same. It's not the greatest feeling.
from kaffeine :
Never, EVER bad-mouth Mr. Patton in my presence. :P Incidentally, Angel Dust is my Number One Desert Island record. Seriously.
from kaffeine :
I feel the same way lately (notice the total lack of entries for, well, a helluva long time). I'm alive and have internet access, but I just can't seem to keep up with it anymore. It's saddening and there isn't much excuse and yet it's happening. Anyhow, I still remember you, and I hear ya. Also, if it's of any interest, Brad Warner does his Hardcore Zen thing on SG in a weekly newswire column: http://suicidegirls.com/members/Brad_Warner/news/
from kaffeine :
Pssst! While you're buying Kate Bush records, get a copy of The Hounds of Love.
from evangeline :
Valerie Solanas was also stark-raving mad and shot Andy Warhol. Seriously. Insane in the membrane, yo.
from evangeline :
Furthermore, I look like a complete stalker here. Creepy.
from evangeline :
I think that giving a movie stars just because of some wiotch (ha) with some pointy horn things is silly. Also, I think I shall email you today. We may need to start again and work our way back. I'll check it out. Maybe I'll just go back. Arg. I don't know what to do.
from evangeline :
Oh, my god. I still have your email. Arg. I always thought that Luke was kind of a chump.
from evangeline :
Furthermore, "Skippy, fuck it" is probably the best religious advice I've seen.
from evangeline :
I ate the cognac candies today. Not all of them, but about five or six. I think I got a little squiffy. I have your email. I just suck.
from evangeline :
I thought I just sent the Christmas present the one year and then promised a cd, like, months ago. I still have the playlist, it just needs to move. And maybe I'll have to make a new one. Anyway, THAT WOULD BE AWESOME AND I WOULD LOVE YOU (in a purely platonic way, of course) FOREVER. : )
from evangeline :
Knowing that you're eating a cherry blossom kit kat makes me want to cry because I totally want one now. Do you have any idea how secretly devoted to the color pink I am? And, furthermore, I, umm, am still bitterly jealous of your easy access to Japanese candy anytime you want it. When I was in St. Louis, I had a steady-ish sort of supply. I mean, I could track it down. Here, there's just no hope of it. Thanks for the stamp reference, you know I'd die if it weren't there. : )
from evangeline :
Your summary was priceless.
from evangeline :
I'm inspired.
from evangeline :
Wait, that came out wrong. You don't make me feel normal, just okay with things. Because you're cool and we have things in common. So that means I'm cool, right? Right?
from evangeline :
I just read a bunch of your entries. So your stalker is totally me. : ) I'm not sure why I did that, but it's probably because you make me feel normal and okay. That's what friends are for. Comparative weirdness. If we were in the same room, I would punch you in the shoulder and giggle right now.
from evangeline :
So I think you need to tell me how Princess Maker is. It's a fascinating sort of concept. If I remember what it is properly, anyway...
from evangeline :
That is terribly nice of you. Things are okay now and...yeah. You've been reading elsewhere, right? I mean, I can only assume that I put you on the filter. Because you rule that much.
from evangeline :
I'm going to assume that that link is just for me. And buy blank cds today.
from evangeline :
I need to make you a cd and send it all the way to Japan with lots of dorky stickers on it. There is a cover of "Hyperballad" that you MUST hear. And don't go downloading it. You'll ruin the surprise.
from evangeline :
Sometimes I have to remind Will that I'm not being mean to him, that I don't want to be mean to him. Which is quite a thing to have to remind someone of. It always makes me want to hug him when I tell him that. I don't know. This relationship is kind of weird. I mean, it's good. Seriously, it's amazing, but...it's not standard for me. I dunno. I hate dating.
from evangeline :
Man, "Absolutely Cuckoo" is my jam. Seriously. If it could be called a "jam" and I were the sort of girl to say that kind of thing. Which apparently I am. But, you know. I feel like I should give that cd to every boy I ever date and be like "Here. Consider yourself warned."
from evangeline :
I'm so glad that all is well in Ben Folds land. "Landed" got me through the breakup, though, I think. I hate dating. And I hate breaking up. So, yeah. *sigh* I'm happy, though, and it's getting better and better (again, weird), but that song will always be evocative of the first part of the year.
from seika3000 :
oh, my dad is actually a crytallographer. he is an expert on crystal classes and phase transitions. he doesn't at all use xrd to look at protiens, but rather writes computer programs to predict crystal stabilities. when i was 18 i went to the international cryastallographer's union meeting with my dad, and discovered my dad is famous in this crowd. people kept comming up to him and asking if he was stokes (from his name tag) of stokes and hatch. my dad's reference book on isomers is quite widely used.
from kilowatt :
Regarding my words of praise to you, I take to heart the following words of Xenophon, "The sweetest of all sounds is praise." Additionally, I can greatly understand the appeal of these words by Osbert Sitwell, "I have always said that if I were a rich man I would employ a professional praiser." Mr. Greyarea, you are most welcome for each and every word of admiration that I write to you. My wish for you today is that you experience beauty in any form, something, anything, and fully and truly experience the sensation, allowing it to completely overwhelm you.
from kilowatt :
I have been greatly amiss in notifying you of my extreme enjoyment upon reading your entry entitled “the woman who talks to fish OR the same deep water as you.” That specific post was a cascade of powerfully passionate, metaphorically exquisite, and lyrically mellisonant words so evocative that they brought tears to my eyes. It was in my opinion, a masterfully tender and magnificent execution of expressing feelings of desire, serenity, connection, detachment, longing, affection, and melancholy. I thank you once again for sharing your finely crafted words of sumptuous imagery and divine loveliness. I feel that particular entry could be the framework for a delightful novel or short story. May your day consist of inexplicable, exuberant, and buoyant joys. May your evening consist of dancing in dappled moonlight, dreaming under a canopy of midnight blue, and wishing upon your favorite star.
from kilowatt :
"If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours." ~ Henry David Thoreau ~ I offer you my enthusiastic congratulations upon the completion of your novel. What a most miraculous achievement: the process of external liberation of the mysterious voices, images, and accounts deep within you! I have not read a word of your novel, yet I sit here in awe of your clarity of spirit and vision to eloquently express the wonder and magic within you. May you know the glorious fulfillment of telling your story and having it openly and warmly received by the ones you respect and love.
from kilowatt :
I am so pleased that you took the time to pause upon my doorstep and delicately place upon it, a lovely little gift from you. A gracious compliment concerning the content of my site. The act of reading your expressed sentiment was a most decadent treat that shall be the dessert to my day. I thank you.
from kilowatt :
Regarding your most recent entry "I Snap Out of It", who says one need be long-winded or over-wrought with emotion to communicate such beauty and sorrow at the same time? This entry made my heart ache. A sea of melodious provoking words that burrow into one's soul, an iambic maelstrom of thought to awaken the mind, and sweet quatrains of hope and longing to touch the heart. Simply lovely. Despite recent events, may you continue to dare to love, dare to reach out, dare to share your wonderful, unique self . . . you in all of your glory. I shall continue to dance around your notes page, spreading adoration like rose petals in an effort to wipe clean any pointless verbiage from others. I am wishing you the most beautiful of days today.
from kilowatt :
You give me, in your words, beautiful wonders to see every time I visit. I feel blessed to experience your perspectives and literary gifts. I feel lucky to have found your online persona. Additionally, I thank you for your latest note and for your declared admiration for Mo Rocca. May today provide you with a plethora of opportunities that allow you to freely express your inner perfection.
from kilowatt :
I feel compelled to leave you another note regarding your effortless, elegant skill as writer. Your words are the shadows of clouds moving over mountains. Your words are the ripples that raindrops leave on a still lake. Your words are an arabesque of intense beauty. Your words are the sound of raindrops on the ground and on the tin roof of a cottage. I thank you for sharing your words of beauty, humor, loveliness, hope, inspiration, exasperation, lust, courage, toil, irreverence, desire, and the myriad other emotions and thoughts that are contained within your entries at diaryland. I thank you greatly for the pleasure of reading your entries.
from evangeline :
I went to all the trouble of signing in just to tell you that the pen flipping isn't limited to Mormons, but it's also a debate kid thing. So *pffbt*.
from kilowatt :
"Appreciation is a wonderful thing; it makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well." ~ Voltaire ~ You are most welcome for the note of admiration concerning your diary and your immense skill as a writer. I must humbly thank you for adding my site to your list of favorites. Being on the receiving end of your sincere compliment of my diary was a wonderful way to start the day. Your comments buoyed my spirits. I am so pleased that you like my site enough to give it a trial run. Additionally, the only words I can conjure up at this juncture in response to your wonderful words of sympathy are "Thank You." "If the only prayer you ever say in your entire life is thank you, it will be enough." ~ Meister Eckhart ~ May your day be filled with ceaseless beauty, wonder, and amazement.
from kilowatt :
In a random twist of fate, I wandered here, through links in which I had no business looking into, I discovered your dairy, and I lingered to read your words. I am in awe of your writing ability, as well as, your honesty and individualism. You and I are of completely different backgrounds, ages, and interests. Furthermore, we approach our diaryland journal entries in radically different ways, however, there is an effortless elegance emanating from your writing that I cannot help but admire and adore, so much so, that I was compelled to add your diary to my list of favorites. I thank you for the opportunity to experience the literary feast of your journal. Please continue your wonderfully delightful descriptions of your life and experiences. I thank you for the pleasure of reading them.
from evangeline :
How on earth do you get Modest Mouse in Japan? Are you stealing music? Naughty...
from evangeline :
Ayn Rand is interesting reading - as long as you remember it's a fictional sort of thing. Kind of. I dunno. It's weird.
from evangeline :
I cannot believe you described the faceless girl. Eww. Eww. EWWWWW. Wait. Did I mention EWW?
from moonlitehope :
im sorry
from moonlitehope :
*sad smile* thank you. i dont know what to do. and i have read it again. many many times. sigh...i just dont know what to do.
from wovangel :
I can totaly relate to "Makinbg me spend money i don't have" because i always spend way too much.. i shouldn't be alowed near the record store (That's were i spend all my money!) So what bands are you in to?
from evangeline :
A phoenix egg and the philosopher's stone. She eventually trades for that and the knight takes off with a girl from the village... Good eye.
from moonlitehope :
sniff...no fair...i wanted to see Big Fish...sniff...and you were trying to get me to not like Ewan McGreggor any more. shame on you...lol...j/k...but still...no fair.
from moonlitehope :
thank you. but its hard to believe. and concerning the note before this one...i wish i could read that stuff. i see some diaries where the entire thing is in that stuff.
from kaytayp :
Allowing another party to drive, especially in bad weather, is something that makes me sick to my stomach with frustration and worry. Even if Junko was the only one allowed behind the wheel, I still would not have been able to relinquish that control. Congratulations on your tolerance! I'm fine and stuff, thank you, and have no fears of any irrational gender generalizations spewing forth from my mind. And –Ύ‚―‚ά‚΅‚Δ‚¨‚ί‚Ε‚Ζ‚€‚²‚΄‚’‚ά‚·, by the way.
from moonlitehope :
yeah...and the one in my profile is from your sister...she's a great writer, as well as you are.
from moonlitehope :
hip hip hooray....*Out loud*
from moonlitehope :
congrats on the fastest written diary entry ever *grin*
from evangeline :
ACK! That Spiderman thing was *painfully* funny. I had to watch it twice because I wasn't sure I got it. *grin*
from evangeline :
It's hard to focus when the Daily Show is on. I miss being up at two a.m. hangin' out with you. I have a mix for you. Well, it's two songs right now. Hopefully, sometime, it'll become more than just a playlist with your name on it and two sad songs. You'll hate it.
from moonlitehope :
hey..i was just passing through...and i couldn't believe you liked terry brooks...sorry...its just that not a lot of ppl have heard of him...even tho they all should...ne way...i read a couple of entries from your diary...and i thought hey you're cool...ok...im going to go now...leave a message if you ever want to talk...buh bye
from kaytayp :
you represent one third of all fans of Nausicaa on diaryland, but however much that works in your favor, your diary rocks regardless. way to go!
from cdghost :
this was interesting..I am sure to come back and read all of it
from evangeline :
I totally agree with you...Amelie was completely a four star movie. Hope all is well. *smile*
from falwyn :
hey. did I ever tell you how I first found your diary? http://ygraine.diaryland.com/0423002.html just thought I would point it out, in case you'd never seen it.
from naveed :
what a nice place to see
from ruth88 :
yo.. aight, i just cheked mah analyzer.. im not really obsessed wit eminem, hes just ... mostly everything he says makes sense, and some of its funny as SHIT.. dl open mic by eminem on napster if u have it.. the chorus is hilarious! aight thats all.. peace!
from ruth88 :
i was gonna write something about your page being kewl here but someone just flung ice cream at me from across the room so g2g!!!!
from oval-opal :
This is my favorite quote from that movie, I don't know anyone else who has watched it! "I see...We must make an idol of our fear, and call it God." -Seventh Seal 1957
from pivotal :
Considering how much I love to consume potatoes, a man who inspects them for quality is a superhero. A personal god, even.
from monstre :
Did you sing the Laverne and Shirley theme song while you were at it? *grin* Kudos to your Karate. I have to get off my ass and find me a new school. :)
from monstre :
Jamais je n'aurai besoin de faire semblant. Tu es toujours aussi magnifique que quand on t'as decouvert.
from mysteria :
Yes, why DO dolphins live in igloos? And, more importantly, when did they start this curious practice?
from mysteria :
Yes, I did think of those passages from the Hitchhiker's Guide as I was writing my paper, but I couldn't figure out a good way to work in "so long and thanks for all the fish." [shrugs]
from mysteria :
You know, I've met many a prick (or as Audrey calls them in Breakfast at Tiffany's, "rats") in my lifetime, and you, sir, are no prick. Will thinks your musical tastes could stand some alterations, but I like the Tanya Donnelly stuff, goddammit! At any rate, I now have a tape even more aurally noxious than No Doubt's "Just a Girl" on endless loop with which I can annoy him. [cackles maniacally]
from bard :
Hey... I like the 'e', but it's confoozing. I spoke with whom I thought was you in diaryland chat (which is becoming addictive, and, consequently, I'm becoming masochistic), but it was a SHE, and SHE (keeping with the emphasis, which I don't even remember why I used in the first place) had an 'a'. Not an 'e'. And if I keep having to go ' ' around stuff, I'm going to, uh... do something, I'm sure. Wow, I'm really lazy with this. So in conclusion, I lack a conclusion. Blah or Bleh, take your pick.

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