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from rosewrites :
Rape culture is so, so prevalent and I'm glad you know that. I think feminism is much needed in the world we live in, to progress towards equality and change. I don't agree with showing hatred toward someone in a discriminatory way, but I can relate to getting angry about things that are going on that need to change. We all get angry at things sometimes. I don't think people realize how hard it is for women and girls to live in the world today with so much institutionalized violence against women and sexism and so little being done about it. The #metoo movement gives me a bit of hope. We might be moving forward. Very slowly, but we'll get there if we don't give up. The Harvey Weinstein thing sheds a lot of light on how the women have been treated in Hollywood over the years, and I think women in every other line of work can relate. Sadly, the problem is bigger than people think but it is finally coming to the world's attention. I just hope that we don't go backwards from now. Sorry for the late reply, I don't know when you wrote the note but I stopped looking at my notes for ages and then randomly looked and saw yours. Thanks for stopping by. :)
from jaysthoughts :
If I look back far enough, I can see where she still loved me.
from dangerspouse :
Pfff. Grammar be for suckers, sucker. Besides, at least I wrote something. Where YOU been, huh? You and your self-proclaimed "I'm gonna breathe life back into Diaryland!"...and then hiding behind Password Protect. I'd rather mangle the mother tongue in public than be privately pedantic. C'mon, join us hoi polloi out in the open air again! (Or at least - again asking - shoot me out the password keys.)
from dangerspouse :
YO! You still around? You went around a while back seeing who was still tossing up entries here. Did you scoot after satisfyong your curiosity? Waddup?
from dangerspouse :
Hey Jay, what's it take to get your secret decoder ring password?
from siva0 :
hey , Aloha
from stardumb :
Hi thanks for the nite. Still writing. Enjoyed ur stuff xo
from pink-sapfire :
Stopping by to show a lil love. hugs.
from cloudy-night :
Sorry, forgot to respond. As you can see, I am still around. Off and on though...
from batten :
I hardly ever check my notes but I still check in from time to time. Few of my old d-land friends still write here. I rarely update usually just leave placeholders so I don't lose 10 years of entries. Time, it fleets.
from se7enchance :
Sir or madam. I do check my notes, albeit irregularly. I enjoy your writing thus far, when I'm feeling focused and coherent enough for it. Why the cast net across Our Land?
from moodswing :
Yet somehow the very things I still love about this reliable old girl make it tough to connect with everyone.
from moonbaby8u :
Its like the titanic .....Ill never let go :)
from tinea :
hello there.
from starkitten01 :
Received your note- Yes I am and yes I do. : )
from retro-cat :
Hallo!:)
from degausser :
Ain't that the truth?
from anarchrist7 :
For previous note, I'm thinking more specifically the subject of the beginnings of anything and how its origins cannot be explained by science (by science's own definition of what is scientific). If we assume that "God" IS that beginning of everything, than we really can't escape dogmatism, as there can't be faith (or belief) in the face of certainty (or proof). To be open to others' thoughts or to try thinking your way to an answer is, in this case at least, pointless. But I wholeheartedly agree that thinking and tolerance to opposing conclusions need to be exercised regularly. Arguments need to evolve to debates. Mabe one day ;-)
from anarchrist7 :
I enjoy your writing. Been a very long time since I was able to speak/write in that fashion. I'm rusty, but I have a question for you regarding your Conceptual Fallacy entry: Would you say that it's fair to say that something is not real if both the subject in question itself AND the concept of said subject cannot be rationalized, at least within the scope of our current collective understanding?
from julymalaise :
Oh well...now I know where Inside Job Day comes from. Now I'll know what people mean if they make a reference to the day by that title.
from floodtide :
All you have to do is ask: username 'recondite'; password 'phoenix'. All I ask is that you delete this note so that these don't stand for long in your publicly viewable notes.
from aryssa90 :
What I write in here is not indicative of all of my thoughts by the way. It's more of a place for me to spew my emotions.
from aryssa90 :
if you want the password you can email me. holdhandsnskip3@yahoo
from outer-jessie :
Heh, what a totally flip thing I just said. I thought you were a brand-new diarist, but it turns out I can only see a teeny slice of what you've been posting all this time. Never mind my dumb-assery!
from outer-jessie :
Hello! I see you have some thoughts. What are you going to do with them?
from julymalaise :
What's Inside Job day, if I may ask?
from silver4 :
Definitely active, definitely checking notes ;)
from warpednormal :
yup, still on.
from orgami :
nato india mike hotel....check check..roger that..
from notunique :
Salutations.
from silver4 :
Definitely active, definitely checking notes ;)
from raven72d :
I've met some very good folk here, some of whom have become good friends over the years, and I enjoy staying in contact through notes and entries. Also--- I like the ability to do long-form writing here. Unlike, say, Tumblr, I can write something that might be 3-4pp. if printed...so I have space to let my thoughts run, as well as getting to read longer essays by others. D-Land is easy to use, which matters for someone like me who has very limited tech skills.
from barefootruby :
I check my notes - maybe once or twice a week
from eloira :
Hello back. I do check notes, when I think of it!
from stepfordtart :
pretty good, thanks. I dont update as often as I should/would like to but Im still lurking about in the shadows. s x
from loveherwell :
hello?
from pbmario :
I check my notes...
from ping-island :
you have to go to the change template page and then change how your individual entries look, it's this page here: http://members.diaryland.com/edit/changeentryindivid.phtml somewhere in the white box there will be a bit that looks like %%date%% - you should delete that to get rid of the date thing on your entries.
from the-grey-one :
ayahuasca is definitely.. amazing. and difficult. i did throw up. there has been a few times where i have not, but typically i vomit at least once in a ceremony. it's absolutely worth trying.
from lust- :
Heya. I check my notes pretty often and try to update regularly. How's the survey going? Hah. Anyway, have a good one!
from glorycloud :
I always read my Diaryland notes-I have been writing here for a long time-peace
from wordwhore :
Aware.
from ahopeinhell :
Wow. Looks like you've got quite the collection of responses already! Anyway... I do check and update from time to time.
from jaysthoughts :
Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude. Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude. Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude. Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude. Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude. Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude. Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude. Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude. Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude. Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude. Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude. Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude. Being that some bitch had the audacity to turn my notes into fucking spam I can't delete, I'm going to post things to help it scroll down quicker. Fuck ads. Fuck them in the ass. I didn't install adblock to see that unsolicited shit. How fucking rude.
from peggypenny :
Does that mean my note is too late. I've been here since 1999, I win. Ha ha! I have just recently gotten "into" writing notes to others. And just last week, I think my feeble brain finally figured out what a "diary ring" could be. I'm still uncertain, but my guess seems very likely. Jaythoughts proposes to me and gives me a diamond ruby ring valued at thousands. I'll be watching for it in my mail. Peggy www.PeggyPenny.com
from papotheclown :
Judging from your other notes, there are a lot of us still hanging on to the weird world of diaryland. I've been here since 2000, and will stay here until either I die or the site goes away. Thanks for the note and things.
from nacht-katze :
I've had a few diaries on here since 2000, all of which I've abandoned and don't remember the passwords.
from invisibledon :
nice to get a note from someone new thanks
from raven72d :
I've been here since June of the Year Two. I'm not going anywhere.
from thruthecrowd :
:) That would be awesome, actually.
from linguafranca :
Yep, I do.
from unhealthyme :
Yep, still using diaryland. Not as often as I should but I'm here.
from orangepeeler :
I check every time I update (which is not that often... 2 or 3 times a month).
from peace4allboy :
Been over a decade since I first joined diaryland -- and been active since! I started when I barely just graduated from High School (a teenager at 19) until now age 30 (gasps!) Diaryland was around way before Myspace or Facebook ever came into the picture! What I like about Diaryland is that it has basically stayed the same ever since and hasn't changed much. So even though I aged and changed -- diaryland has kept its simple youthful interface through all these years and I went from kid to adult with it by my virtual side! Gives me a chance to privately vent my true craziness, goals, failures, successes, in a way that you can't do otherwise with modern social networks without being judged.
from thruthecrowd :
you're leaving messages reminds of old d-land, 2003 era, when d-landers actually said hi to each other...good old days. :)
from musikoid :
I check mine, about as often as I write. Skimmed your work -- you strike me on first glance as likely kin and kith to a lot of my nearby neighborhood cronies in prolific political persuasion. (Just had to alliterate there, didn't I?) Anyway, I'll read more.
from dangerspouse :
I'm going to go out on a limb and say "testicle size". (But if truth be told, I don't really know. I've often wondered the same thing.)
from movingsands :
Of course! I check and I read like a creepy ex on Facebook. Sometimes I write too. I think you just brought all of dland together with your notes...
from jimbostaxi :
Updates and checking of my notes usually happen more frequently when I'm Not to stressed from work or life,
from dangerspouse :
Really? Wow. I'd like to thank all the little people I stepped on to earn that title. Without them, I'm nothing. (With them I'm nothing too, but a nothing without distinction. Big difference.)
from dangerspouse :
Hey, thanks for the note! Yeah, I still check 'em, and update. Like a rock ;)
from stepfordtart :
Hello Jay :-)
from integrating :
I agree with hitch-hike. I'm supposed to get e-mail notifications but i don't. I still write and check my notes. :)
from thruthecrowd :
virtual me says, "hmmmm". ;-)
from melodymetuka :
Yes, I check my notes, even though I am not writing here any longer. Keeping in touch...
from hitch-hike :
Yes, nearly all of the people I read have active diaries and also read their notes. The thing is the mail notifications are inconsistent; I've missed a lot of notes because I never got an email.
from planetqueen :
It's Feb 2014 - how are you doing? Best wishes :)
from planetqueen :
Hey :) Just checking in on you. Your diary is private now - are you giving out the password? No worries if not - I wish you all the best
from planetqueen :
Not sure when you left your last message - have you had your rescan yet? Really hope all goes well. Things are fine with me. I am starting to look for work now my youngest daughter has started school. I'm a primary school teacher - at least, I was! You are welcome to add me as a friend on facebook - my name is Zee Vandenberg. Take care and very very best wishes with your rescan.
from pink-sapfire :
Hope all is well. Been a while since you've come by my page. I'll read yours later today if I get all of my school work completed.
from planetqueen :
Wishing you all the best with your upcoming scan. Since my youngest daughter started school last September I need to think about going back to work. Before I had her I was a primary school teacher. The thought of going back to all the jobsworth crap that entails is quite depressing. When you are working with the kids its great but that is such a small part of the actual job. Mind you, it always made me laugh when I would be sitting in the school hall watching some third rate drama group attempting to act out water molecules or some such thing and I would think to myself 'I'm getting paid to sit here and watch this'!!
from planetqueen :
How are you doing? best wishes xxx
from almostrachie :
I am both reading regularly and enjoying the story. If you do stop posting it here, can you let me know where it will be posted elsewhere, please? I'd like very much to continue reading it.
from almostrachie :
=) That's quite an impressive resume! I'm enjoying the story a lot so far.
from stepfordtart :
Hey Jay! How you doing? Im off to the oncologist this morning and you popped into my head. s x
from stepfordtart :
HAHAHAHAHA! Edited. *note to self: re-read before posting!* s x
from planetqueen :
I hope your new diet helps - thinking of you x
from planetqueen :
Of course that should have said 'a raw vegan DIET' - sorry.
from planetqueen :
I know you don't know me and don't take this the wrong way or anything and I am not a crank at all - but you could try a raw vegan diet. It might help, it might not but there is quite a lot of evidence that a raw vegan is very healing. Please do think about trying it - not saying you should stop any treatment or anything - just change the way you eat - if you can eat anything. I'm sorry, I am rambling, I have no idea what it is like to have chemo - you might not feel like eating at all but I just wanted to mention it x
from stepfordtart :
Holding you in my heart, Jay. Having people say 'I know what youre going through' meant nothing to me when I was having chemo, because they FUCKING WELL DONT, so Im not going to say it to you. Just know that Im thinking of you, because thats all I got. s x
from stepfordtart :
Hello Jay. Chemo will kick your arse, for sure, but it DOES seem to work in a lot of cases. Very much hoping that it works for you. love s x
from planetqueen :
Sending you love and positive vibes xxx
from stepfordtart :
It gets about a bit, doesnt it, that cancer bastard? Sending loves across the pond for you. s x PS Are you putting you youtubes up here or do I need to look elsewhere for them? Think I really ought to keep up with your updates, seeing as we're 'I gots cancer' buddies now! xx
from almostrachie :
I didn't know it was meant to be a secret, or I wouldn't have told. Sorry.
from almostrachie :
This is not meant to be a trite quote in the hopes of helping you feel better, because I know mere words cannot soothe an ache as deep as yours. But I can't help remembering this line from Fight Club: "It's only after we've lost everything that we're free to do anything." Also, my pleasantries are not fake. I am not a fake person like that. And I shared with Greg what I knew, but not how I came to know it. You were gone without a word to anyone but me. You made it sound like you were gone for good in your diary and texts to me, but told your roommate you were going to be back in two weeks. Chris had reason to believe you may have gone to another funeral with your dad. We were confused and trying to make sense of what was going on, so yes, I shared. But I made it sound like everything I knew was from texts from you, not from your diary. I know better than to give anyone an excuse to come searching for a diary of yours, that would be terrible of me and not something I would do. I'm sorry things are so rotten right now.
from stepfordtart :
Commemorative Kazoos FTW! s x
from stepfordtart :
Golly! Keeping us apprised is a must, methinks! s x
from stepfordtart :
It was you! It was you that gave me the advice about alkalising! Im so sorry, Jay - chemo-brain is a very foggy entity indeed. Thanks for your note - the cut of my jib has always been a topic for discussion....or is that ridicule? i forget. *shrug* heehee. s x
from stepfordtart :
Boo! Thats no fun! And anyway, all the 'helpful information' leaflets I gt from the nice people at Macmillan Cancer Care said I could enjoy 'a small sherry as an appetiser'. Im eating spinach like a good girl but surely a little of what you fancy....? s x PS The drink gave me heartburn. : (
from stepfordtart :
Whilst I sympathise entirely with the horrible situation you find yourself in, I cannot help but think that "bumble fucking his hairy lard around my apartment" is quite the most delightful phrase I have read in many many weeks! : ) s x
from planetqueen :
Memorabilia - beautiful entry. I know just how you feel.
from planetqueen :
Thinking of you. My Gran died in November (on my birthday). i never went back to see her. The last time I saw her was four years ago when I was expecting my youngest daughter. I bought a VCR at the weekend and just watched my sister's first wedding video which was in the shed for some reason. There was my Gran and my step-nan and quite a few other people that have since gone. Anyway, I don't know what else to say but I read your entry and I am thinking of you
from julymalaise :
Yes, I WAS interrupted while watching Girl, Interrupted!
from stepfordtart :
Hahaha! No. To paraphrase Shakira, theyre more of the 'small and humble, so you wont confuse them with mountains' these days. In my fatter life they were pretty bootilicious tho! s x
from planetqueen :
I read it!
from stepfordtart :
Really? How cool is THAT! I always find it kinda cool that a building thats been there (well, bits of it anyway!)since about 1100 is still just sitting there, while the world's changed so much around it. Thanks for your note! s x
from stepfordtart :
Really? How cool is THAT! I always find it kinda cool that a building thats been there (well, bits of it anyway!)since about 1100 is still just sitting there, while the world's changed so much around it. Thanks for your note! s x
from stepfordtart :
I know this wasnt aimed at me but Im 'dealing with some stuff' at the moment and its given me a bit of a kick up the arse. Thanks. I needed it. Think I might take a deep breath and stretch for another rung : ) s x
from almostrachie :
Okay, really? Now you're putting words in my mouth as well as twisting what I said. If you are truly THAT convinced I harbor ill will towards you, it doesn't matter WHAT I say; it's going to look to you like I do. This conversation is no longer constructive. I'm done with it.
from almostrachie :
In that case, I want to let you know that I do not think of you as a monster. I never have thought of you as a monster. Even at the very worst points of our relationship I thought you were a person who was in more pain than I could ever alleviate and in need of more help than I could ever offer. Yeah, I still sometimes talk about the things that happened. They were a major event in the course of my life, and they influenced the person I am now in huge ways. But I don't just walk around spewing hatred towards you. I don't try to convince every person I meet that you are this unbelievable monstrosity. Half of the people I communicate with on a daily basis barely even know we were ever married to begin with. As for not being interested in learning otherwise, I hope this isn't mean or harsh, but I think you are right -- I am not interested in being friends with you. Not at this point in my life. I think whatever connection we had was broken so completely that if we tried to make anything of it we'd end up hurting each other and ourselves even more. The truth is, I don't really know you anymore and you really don't know me -- all we have to go off of is the slices of life we read about in each other's diaries, and I think it's way too easy to look at that small slice and think it plays a huge, important part in our outlook or view. In reality, or at least, for me, my diary is glimpses. Glimpses of moments of days of weeks of months of years. If I wrote about everything that fluttered across my mind I'd never leave the computer -- and I'd be so incredibly wordy that nobody would stick around long enough to even get to any parts about you. Hell, I'm wordy enough as it is now...but it's still just a small, small online piece of the entirety that is my life. To be very blunt, you aren't a big enough part of my life anymore for me to think you're a monster. Not that I would if you were. I'm rambling. I'm tired and I'm rambling and I'm going to bed -- but before I do, I'd like to let you know again: I don't think you're a monster.
from almostrachie :
I guess I should have clarified, since I didn't 'sound sorry'. I am not sorry that I did, in fact, post it in more than one place -- not to victimize you, but because that's what I do when I write something I think is a good piece of writing -- and I am not sorry that I wrote the comment in the first place, because it was anecdotal and relevant to what was going on with my emotions that day. I AM sorry that my comment hurt your feelings. I am sorry that people feel that my offhand comment (Yes, offhand; my diary entry was nearly 800 words long and the phrase in question was 6 of those words. Six.) was importantly damning enough to tell you all about it, especially when it wasn't a secret or anything to begin with. To be fair, I could argue that your resulting PSA (which is just as public as my entry) paints me in the light of the scorned and bitter ex-wife who just cannot stop making you out to be a monster, when I would hope we both know that is not who I am or how I view you. I guess when it all boils down to it, you think I'm minimalizing this while thing and I think you're blowing it out of proportion. If we can't agree we can't agree; but there's no need to tell me my original apology isn't good enough when I didn't need to do so in the first place.
from almostrachie :
I am truly sorry that an offhand comment I made in something I wrote that had way more to do with me and what was going on in my head than it had to do with you is something you are hearing about from more than one person, especially since I know you have already read it yourself and we already exchanged notes about it. The entire idea behind the writing in question was about me feeling good about myself, not me feeling bad or bitter or angry towards you. ANYBODY who knows me in real life would be happy to let you know that I do not view you in a negative light or hold on to any anger towards you, and anybody who does not know me in real life has no business taking what I said out of context and 'tattling' to you about it anyways.
from stepfordtart :
"Is" *It's s x
from stepfordtart :
My husband suffers exactly the same treatment at the hands of his ex wife. Is been 10 years, let it go already! ((hugs)) s x
from planetqueen :
Glad i can read your diary again :)
from almostrachie :
Your note made me grin a huge grin. I know it was a long time ago and we were both very different people. That's why it surprised me that it floated into my mind. I blame me for that fact, not you. Also, I will remember that last sentiment. For a long long time. Thank you. <3
from planetqueen :
Hi! if you are giving out passwords then do email one to me at charlottesometimesdl@yahoo.co.uk. Hope you are well :)
from stepfordtart :
Hello dear! Are you giving out passwords? If you leave one in my notes I will delete it immediately Ive committed it to memory. Thanks! s x
from stepfordtart :
Hmm, yes, Hisss Booooo! on having to get up early but you get to keep the Huzzah anyway, for not (at any point) writing "and then there was a rabbit but it had the face of Adam West and my leg was made of chocolate and they wouldnt let us in the disco cos we had jeans on" and other utter bollocks that people's dream-telling usually includes! s x
from stepfordtart :
Nicely done! I never dream anything as grown up as that - I am full of admiration, not only at your proper grown-up dream, but at your ability to then get it all down on paper and for it all to still make sense! Huzzah for you! s x
from stepfordtart :
take his dirty dishes out of the sink (and stack em on his bed?), do yours and clean the sink. Likewise, get a couple of crates and pile his stuff (laundry/books/shoes/whatever) into them. Then just do your bit, smile sweetly and say "Oh, I wasnt sure what you wanted doing with those so I thought it was best to leave them for you." I reckon that within about a month he'll have got the message....or you'll be able to use all the crates of crap to barricade him into his room!! s x
from planetqueen :
I really enjoy reading your diary entries :)
from stepfordtart :
Ha! Those damn principles! Always getting in the way of a good time! s x PS As a VERY ticklish person, I feel the pain of caress-becoming-unpleasant only too often!
from stepfordtart :
Didnt have time to watch/listen to it all (will come back later and give it my proper attention), but if thats your voice I like the way you speak. It sounds warm : ) s x
from puresunsh1ne :
LOL, thank you.
from stepfordtart :
yep. that worked! s x
from stepfordtart :
How about a 'you wash, I'll dry' type convo? That might at least get the dishes dealt with! Might stop him staring at your head, too, unless your kitchen is a very funny shape! s x
from pink-sapfire :
*accepts the slow dance* Thank you so much :)
from julymalaise :
Yes, you are definetely right about my boredom and I just need to engage myself into an activity or something to make me feel better. Maybe I should learn a new language. I'll guess that'll keep me entertain, at the very least.
from fatcowww :
Any meh in particular?
from aperfectmap :
haha, taken care of! thanks.
from stepfordtart :
Heehee! I read it back and I think you may well be right. s x
from ahopeinhell :
Sorry, was it boring? :P
from planetqueen :
Ps sorry for the diabolical spelling mistakes i am late for picking my daughter up from pre-school
from planetqueen :
I used to be on here all the time in 2002/03. Kind of wrote regularly up until 2006. If I update my status on Facebook I know that at least half the people who are my friends ACTUALLY know me! Which censors me somewhat. I miss the lovely anonimity of diarlyland and the people who I felt i kind of got to know but knew I didn't really know at all, all at the same time :) Of course the most annoying thing about diaryland is that you have no idea when someone left you a note so just for the record today is: Wed 6 July 3.15pm UK time!
from stepfordtart :
I absolutely love fireworks but we only ever have them here in the winter months and they just arent quite so magical when you're freezing your arse off and wearing an anorak. s x
from famelicose :
Thank you. Your diary is very interesting, I will be back to read more.
from stepfordtart :
Hi. I noticed some comments you'd left for people on my buddy list so I came over to check out your diary. I like what I see and I'd like to add you, if thats OK. s x
from aperfectmap :
thank you for the kind words. i'm glad that you've found something that resonates with you in all of the things that i write down - redundant though they may be. cheers and keep writing.
from akasha90 :
i would really like to visit a buddhist temple. i go to a buddhist center. it seems to have been a big single-story house before. apart from the huge entrance and their big red sliding doors, you wouldn't expect what's inside if you judge from the outside. it's very peaceful. i can't even imagine how nice it would be to visit an actual temple.
from blacksheet :
It's locked for good reason.... ;)
from gonzoprophet :
ah and to convey such a construct to the floating reality outside of the system...i think that impossible task is why i breathe
from idontpretend :
that's weird, it looks like how it's supposed to on my computer. diaryland is always acting weird.
from puresunsh1ne :
i've been using diaryland for something like eight years now, and it is disappointing to see it just continue to go downhill. i've always loved it though, and i'm so attached by now i don't think i could let it go very easily.
from puresunsh1ne :
hello, window watcher. =) i appreciate the note. i love getting a peek into other people's lives.
from ahopeinhell :
Yes, it is. Her name is Rikku.
from leotard :
You're so JAYded.
from almostrachie :
Little Buddha. I like that :)
from almostrachie :
Thank you...for your kind words, and your concern. It does hurt, mostly because it's still new and fresh and raw. But I'll get used to my new normal, and move on, and all will be well again. :) It's kind of the nature of life, you know?
from almostrachie :
I do get that. I understand it completely. But if he knows me like I know he does, he should know that all he had to do was communicate with me; tell me that I hurt him, or that me talking about moving was hurting him, and I would have done anything and everything in my power to make it right again. It is my least favorite thing in the world to hurt the people that I love, and for me to find out only after he's had enough of it to want to cut me out of his life seems senseless.
from beyourself- :
fo sho

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