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from minstrelite :
Where are you taking your vacation?
from minstrelite :
Just to let you know I've been reading you. I have also been through a divorce, as you know, and with children involved. I can empathize that it is not easy.
from hcatty :
Yay for libraries! Riddick is indeed Sex walking. Yum.
from minstrelite :
Wow - I was about to email you to see if you were still alive - seriously! A person wonders, because we aren't really all that connected. I'm glad you updated. Sorry if you've been through tough times - I'm also a little embarrassed if you read my entry from this morning - I'm on this dumb thing of wanting to write for an hour every morning - well, that in itself is not so dumb, but I'm not convinced I should be spewing it forth onto my readership like that. I couldn't have been in a worse mood this morning if they'd have paid me for it. I feel better now, because I took certain steps, contacted certain people - not in the area that would have *seemed* related to the problem, but in the area where I was really lacking; which has to do with the connections between people who care about you: the truly important things: goodness, kindness, friendship, and love. No man (or woman) is an island - anyway, it's great to have you back. (About M. Riddick I cannot comment, only because I don't know who he is.)
from minstrelite :
That has got to be the most intriguing entry you've ever written -- at least from my perspective. (I'm talking about the one where you receive the email from a certain man and then have lunch in a nice Italian restaurant.) Fortuitously, I was able to be in a relaxed enough state to read and comprehend it, now that I finally have my own laptop again, and am not under time pressure at some Internet cafe. Still, I didn't quite get if it was he who took you out to lunch...maybe I'm dense, but please convey.
from minstrelite :
I've witnessed things happen like that at my writer's group before (where some really old guy reads his sex scene out loud in front of a lot of younger women.) Even as a middle-aged man, I find it very awkward.
from sparkspark :
Rock on, girl! That's fantastic. XO Violet
from minstrelite :
I think I figured it out. Check my page and see if I did it right.
from minstrelite :
Hey Jess, me again. I went to sitemeter but couldn't see the option to register -- only to login if already a member. I just bought about an hour on a public computer though I want to use it to look for a place to live in a nearby larger town. But if you're still there maybe you can help me. I also posted again, and wrote a decent entry for a change, but only because something had pissed me off.
from minstrelite :
Hi Jessica. I got your notes, and also read your entry. I can relate to being scared at a writer's group, but hopefully you will have gone through with it anyway. Even if the stuff you wrote is dated and misrepresents you, you might still have heard some valuable feedback that will be useful to you. About sitemeter, I will check it out, but because my computer time is so limited these days, I can't promise I'll do anything with it, unless the navigation is super-quick and easy. It's frustrating not having a computer, but of course I have no place to put one either. I do understand that this society does not know how to relate to those who have mental health conditions, but I believe that the sooner people realize that we are all simply human beings, despite the conditions of our mental health, the better off we'll be. I'm glad you noted me, and I don't mind people not commenting. What I really mind is that, as a writer, I'm not coming up with anything more interesting to say. I'm just too preoccupied right now to think about anything other than getting off the streets. I'm tired of carrying everything I own with me at all times in a back pack and walking on foot from place to place, because if I leave anything in a motel room, it will likely be stolen. It's just a horrible lifestyle. And I completely understand why people don't have anything to say. I will stop writing now.
from sparkspark :
You'll be great. Have faith. I'm wishing you the best for your reading! XOXO Violet
from smashthegas :
Everything is pointless. Except it isn't. Heh. Smashxxx
from minstrelite :
I have to admit that I really enjoy watching random B movies from the 80's -- or any other decade for that matter. I'm lucky there's a TV in my hotel room -- maybe I'll do that tonight.
from smashthegas :
Finish the book. I bet you every bit of money I don't own there is a positive in there somewhere. *hugz* Smashxxx
from minstrelite :
I'm all fucked up.
from smashthegas :
Hey don't feel guilty about spending money on much needed stuff. And a coupla vodkas doesn't hurt I don't think. One day, when I grow up, I will learn the meaning of the word "moderation." Heh. Hope your weekend is good. Smashxxx
from minstrelite :
Perhaps the author's ideas matured between the first book and the second. Also, I've never seen you, but I betcha anything you're not fat.
from minstrelite :
I believe the two Vodkas are what caused you to say that *you* should have stayed with Alec d'Uberville, and not Tess. Might have been a Freudian slip though. (I'm not judging, by the way. I've certainly drunk more than my fair share of Vodka in the past forty-eight hours.)
from minstrelite :
Hope your Reiki appointment went well. By the way, you can leave me a comment now (it doesn't have to be about the entry) though not a note. I turned off my notes for a while, for certain reasons.
from minstrelite :
That sounds like it will be really nice for you, Jess -- have a good time.
from minstrelite :
Yes, two very similar situations. I think that sometimes, in order to grow spiritually, we need to relinquish our attachment to things that we hold dear. I think we also change, our perceptions and attitudes toward things change, and we might come to see things in a different light, thus altering our perceptions and attitudes toward things we had formerly held dear. That may be what happened to me with that forum, and possibly with you regarding your grove. Glad you got back with the Reiki fellow. You're being taken care of.
from smashthegas :
Caffeine and nicotine are wonderful things, hehe. They're also evil, but quite wonderful. Smashxxx
from minstrelite :
I was just reading your note again. I am sorry you were treated that way. A similar thing happened to me recently, on a forum where I had been very active for over three years, and where I had submitted over 1,000 posts. I was also an MVP on the Forum (Most Valuable Poster), when all of a sudden other MVP's began making decisions that I disagreed with, and seemingly purposely not including me in the decisions. I think this kind of thing happens when a group of people gets caught up in an idea that they're excited about, and they forget that the idea might not be for the good of all concerned. So I can empathize.
from minstrelite :
You know, I have sensed that from my take on your entries. I might be in a similar place myself actually (I'm not sure.) I do know that I've got a lot of stuff to work through. If you ever need an ear, though, I'd like to be available -- it might take a while to get back to you, depending on what's going on.
from minstrelite :
Thanks for the information. I'll check out that link. You actually would have interesting dialogue with my recent roommate, as long as it remained online and you didn't give out your phone number or anything like that. He's very much into Druidism, though a Mormon (I never quite understood the connection.) The reason I didn't connect the two of you earlier is because I didn't want to connect him to my diary where he would have been able to read all my complaints regarding his behavior.
from minstrelite :
Certain of your entries have prompted me to ask: who exactly is your "spiritual family?" I'm gathering that there's some kind of rift due to their embracing something of a darker nature, but I'm not quite getting it.
from minstrelite :
Got your note re 39, and glad you grokked. Gotta go back and read them now -- can't quite remember what I wrote. (a function of old age combined with sensory oveload).
from minstrelite :
Sorry so truant on the email -- my mind-set keeps changing, as usual. However, I did post 39 facts about me, and that should explain a lot. Hope you're doing well today!
from minstrelite :
I'll email you either late tonight or early tomorrow morning. Earlier I had a distinct thought or two, but after a large meal, a couple drinks, and a nap, I am feeling uncomfortably incoherent, and I also can't quite remember what I was thinking, specifically. It will come back to me.
from minstrelite :
I'd be surprised if you don't get a lot of sympathetic responses to your recent entry. I think that many of us can identify with the experience of undesired abstinence, coupled with the sense that our friends are not getting back to us. The subject is sensitive enough, however, that I might send you an email, if you don't mind. Let me know.
from minstrelite :
Aye, with regards to the username/password combo. Why else would I have locked my diary?
from minstrelite :
Please email me for the username/password if you would like to read my diary.
from minstrelite :
Thanks for your note. It helps for someone to identify with my frustration, even if there is nothing they can do to help. I don't know that our philosophies are all that much different -- well, I don't know you, really -- but whatever you do or wish toward another person in a good heart cannot possibly be of ill effect in this universe.
from hissandtell :
Yes, it's making sense. (I think.) Why should you be relegated to chorus instead of being given a chance at the lead, or at least asked if you'd like starring role? It's a bloody shame when something that's meant to embody unity and harmony becomes just one more vehicle for the really cool kids to put everyone else back in his or her box. Sounds like it's time to strike out on your own -- sometimes synergy is NOT your friend. Love, R xxx
from smashthegas :
Sex, cigarettes and alcohol. Brilliant things. But non of 'em come cheap, sadly. Hehe. Smashxxx
from minstrelite :
It's all back now.
from minstrelite :
Glad you're feeling all right this morning. Hmmm...maybe on future applications you can downplay your Starbucks experience and emphasize that you're not exactly married to certain bux-related notions. I don't know -- I probably couldn't be a barrista because I'm too clutzy -- I would keep spilling things, breaking things, bumping into things, etc.
from minstrelite :
If you're still up, I suppose I could go get a bottle of rum and we could have a party. ;)
from minstrelite :
Vodka, eh? Shame. ;)
from minstrelite :
The titles of my entries are often double entendres.
from minstrelite :
Well I'm doing things I theoretically ought not to do, also. But as you say so clearly: "Being poor fucks up your mind." After I wrote my recent entry, I read yours, and thought I should habe sent the $55 to you instead. I feel really bad.
from minstrelite :
I wasn't thinking you would ever go after a married person -- I was sort of being silly in my note. The whole way you inserted the word MARRIED was actually really hilarious. I like the way you led up to it. Also, I think I know what you mean about needing to stay focused on dealing with your own stuff right now. I ought to be doing that myself, and not be flirting so much. It's like, I seem to flirt with women almost automatically, without thinking about such things as that I really can't afford to be seeing anybody right now.
from minstrelite :
I'm just now catching up. When I got to the big word MARRIED in your previous entry, the whole energy of the entry changed. Of course, that's what you were shooting for! I don't know, Jess. There are plenty of adorable UNMARRIED guys out there ;)
from minstrelite :
If you left your email in a note, I still have it. Let me look for it, and if you don't hear from me a second time on this same subject, expect a soon email from me.
from minstrelite :
I've been looking for a writers group myself. I miss taking English 100f (Creative Writing of Fiction) over and over again for credit when I was in college. I would write three short stories each quarter. I also took undergraduate and graduate playwriting courses. I miss having the feedback of the others, because it helped me to generate ideas -- especially in the playwriting seminars -- and to learn which kinds of things worked, and which did not work. As far as measuring oneself against others, I know that is a really hard one. I think (but am not sure) that the key is in identifying your own voice, and being comfortable with it. By the way, would you like to read my script? It's not very good, but I don't mind sharing it.
from minstrelite :
Also, last night was the first night I had warm milk at bedtime, though as I mentioned I haven't had a drink since Friday.
from minstrelite :
You're at about the same age as I was when I first started to get my act together, although it strangely fell back apart approx. 16 yrs later. I think I had chiseled myself too hard into the straight and narrow, and because of my mother's influence never permitted myself to do anything of which she would disapprove. Then, after she died, the compression effect took place, and I let it all out at once. I'm trying to simmer down now.
from minstrelite :
Uh oh. I didn't mean that sarcastically -- I think it's a good thing to have environmental concerns, I just wondered why they weren't putting the sleeves on the cups anymore. My friend silverluna just updated, I see, and she's talking about her shift too -- interesting.
from minstrelite :
Funny, I always prefer *not* to have the sleeve myself. I know the point, but it just seems like a decoration. It's rare that I'm bothered by the heat of the cup. But I wonder: are you guys trying to save a tree? What's the reasoning behind this? That customer was definitely testy -- maybe he was in a bad mood. Also, there's another person on my favorites list who works at a Starbucks -- it's silverluna.
from minstrelite :
Something tells me you are a person who takes very good care of herself.
from minstrelite :
I sort of wish it were that simple with me. I've often actually compared online journaling in my mind to talking to strangers in a bar, where you tend to open up about the wildest things, and you don't really care, because we're all humans and after all, everybody's doing it. In this diary, though, I'm constantly getting into the position where it's a couple days later and I'm thinking: "Should I really have written that?" In fact, just now, I went over to the edit and delete spot, and searched for the a certain word (something having to do with something my daughter had told me) and found a whole entry about it, and deleted it immediately. Me, myself for me personally, I don't care so much what people know about me and what they don't -- unless it was going to hurt her, or someone else who cares about me. But if I were to reveal too much stuff about her or other people close to me, it wouldn't be cool. A lot of people know me. But I'm rambling.
from minstrelite :
Yeah, I can see that. I had to go back and see what I wrote. I don't think I meant that there are things that are "supposed" to go on the printed page, and other things that aren't "supposed" to -- although that's exactly what I said. Hmmm -- I will have to think about this a while. I know what I was thinking. Say if my daughter were faced with a difficult life decision that was very personal, and she shared it with me in confidence, then no, I ought not to write about in my online journal, where someone could conceivably read it whom she knows, but with whom she would not have wanted to share it. That's an example of what I meant.
from minstrelite :
Re: your entry of 2/19 -- it's always nice to be reunited with an old friend, through whatever means.
from minstrelite :
I got your note, and I'm reading. You haven't offended me by any means -- I think I've offended some people, usually when I'm out of touch with what's supposed to go on the printed page and what's supposed to remain churning around in my head, or possibly confidential between known entities in so-called "real life."
from minstrelite :
I can definitely relate to being tired of being poor -- but I'm sure you've probably gathered that by now. I'm ineligible for food stamps, though, because the government thinks they're covered by my disability, although that's a crock. I'm definitely living in a high rent area, and I'm WAY behind on my taxes, I mean from when I was still doing well. I'm lucky my sister helps me from time to time, though. I just wish things weren't so unstable.
from minstrelite :
Thanks Jehsika. Constructive criticism is always a good thing, though not always appreciated, by all. I messed around with it until I got a mellower view for most people's eyes. It's also locked now but let me know if you want the username/password.
from minstrelite :
Thanks. Let me know if you have a suggestion for a mellower color.
from jonathan :
I'll be tapping away the the keyboard for a few years more. Hope to be writing, loading thousands of old diary entries and catching up with old friends. Sounds like I'm putting up some resistance ... I've also go a book to complete and send out.
from mangoprawns :
I think "Shaved Carrot" was the vegetarian version of a John Lennon album... He is obviously an ideas man... plunk plunk plunk plunk plunk plunk plunk pluuuuuunk... that was A flat major... i love these scales...
from sparkspark :
What you wrote makes sense. I hope the feeling passes, and wish you a lovely end of summer. XOXO Violet
from newschick :
mmmm categories. my favourite! when you finish over where you live, feel free to head on down to austin and clean my space for me. it's never truly dirty, but there are things/papers/random articles i own sprawled out in random places of my house. it's fairly apparent i live alone. (and love it usually, except when i find myself talking to my 2 animals for an extended period of time)
from quoted :
Yeah, I'm not actually missing the script tag...it is in my template html. The Diaryland code is filtering out the script tag prior to displaying the final html code. I think it is some new code Andrew put in fairly recently to prevent malicious html script in comments...which is fine, except it shouldn't be filtering my template code, it should only be filtering comments left by readers. It is a bug in Diaryland, as far as I am concerned, because it means I can't use any javascript in a comments page. So there is nothing I can do until someone responds to my tech support request and fixes the problem. Fun fun :). -- Ploppy.
from camera-girl :
We've been thinking the same. As I took pictures of the branches and saw how they got, I thought of lightning too. :-) Great minds thinks alike :-D
from plopphizz :
Congrats, you have been Quoted: http://quoted.diaryland.com/mothers_day.html. Thanks for the great writing. -- Ploppy.
from camera-girl :
You're not the only person who takes pictures of the tangle of tree branches before the leaves were out! Yes, they're sort of mesmerizing. Cool, you like pics of roads too. I might find some on your flicr account, maybe? *going to look at them*
from sparkspark :
XOXO Ms. Jehsika! Thanks for your sweet note. It is really not a good place for me here, but I'll muddle my way out. (Eventually.) XO Vio
from camera-girl :
Thanks for listing me as your buddy :-) And yeah, the birds are handsome ;-)
from fan4 :
Thanks for leaving me a Diaryland note. :)
from jonathan :
Thanks again for the note on polyps, sinus pain and constipation. Dear me, the intellectual exchanges we share online :) I'll let you know how they all work. I have a problem with coffee - freshly ground by the mug. It dehydrates. Not helpful. Toby has been on a blackcurrant drink mixed with a mild laxative - I think it might have produced a result. Poor lamb, he's been unusually inactive all day. Off to the doctor tomorrow if there is no improvement.
from jonathan :
Thanks for the note on polyps. Mine's caused by an allergy to housemite dust - that and I really hate Hamster urine. The thing has taken to peeing in one of its tubes.
from poolagirl :
Thanks so much for joining my diaryring! I look forward to digging around in your archives. So far, you crack me up real good!
from sparkspark :
Hi, Bella! Happy New Year. I'm going to have to check out the Lighthouse song, as it is obviously right up my alley. Wishing you the best for a phunky new year. XOXO Vio
from golfwidow :
How pathetic I am ... every time I hear "Loverly" all I can think of is the bit about the chocolates. (Must be 'cos of being allergic and all.) How I love me some chocolates.
from sparkspark :
No worries, my dear Ms. Jess--all's well that ends well, right? Thanks for letting me know you're thinking of me. I hope all is well with you. XOX Vio
from sparkspark :
Bella, I am SO with you! Rock on with your bad self, and have a great time on your date. XOXO Vio
from golfwidow :
It doesn't matter that you weren't close, you were friends and it's a shock. I'm really sorry you're going through this.
from golfwidow :
But I ordered the (can I do it ...) lobster Thermidor a crevette, with a mornay sauce served in a Provencale manner with shallots and aubergines, garnished with truffle pate, brandy, and with a fried egg on top, and spam ... hold the spam. I think I did it.
from captvfirefly :
Since I am slightly retarded, I lost your password for a while. But, I found it. So, I was catching up (in case you wondered who all the page views were). Congrats on the divorce, and the job at B&N! :)
from sparkspark :
Rock on, Ms. J! I hope all goes well, and that you enjoy at least one martini there--that doesn't sound like a waste to me at all.
from sparkspark :
Ms. Jehs, you were born on THE DAY OF STAMINA! Details to follow via e-mail. XO, Vio
from sparkspark :
There's still time to merge those dreams into one, and be reborn as Truckin' Research Scientist! It could be like that show, what was it, with Michael Landon, where he drove around helping people? "Shazam," or something. Think about it...
from sparkspark :
Thank you for confirming my suspicions re: Clothematology. It's nice to have back-up on these important issues.
from beckers-j :
Thanks for your note. :) Yeah, I check out the diaries of people who have me listed as a favorite on a regular basis, so I noticed that yours is locked. Which is fine, of course. It's not as if you owe it to anyone to make your own diary public. I still like comments, even if I can't read the diary of the person they come from. :) Heck, everyone likes comments! Of course! I don't know. I'm just being whiney. :) Thanks again.
from golfwidow :
I got your email, thanks, sweetie. (As for the SPAM in my D'Land notes, I put in a tech service request for it to be investigated, and didn't want to take it out until someone effing well investigates it.)
from moebelle :
No password yet :(
from hissandtell :
No password yet, sweet jehsika. x
from amomsmusings :
I've been unable to read you for months, and Andrew has been absolutely no help. I'll try you again as soon as I get your new password. THANKS!
from golfwidow :
Not yet ...
from orionreviews :
we pride ourselves on our skills, and such is our problem: such high quality takes time to produce unfortunately. thank you, for your own insight.
from captvfirefly :
I'm with golf - I love your kids!
from golfwidow :
I love your child.
from mangoprawns :
steak. red meat & red wine fixes everything.
from captvfirefly :
Why are you beating yourself up? Stop it - it's OK. I mean, it's not any worse than aching over it, is it? So, none of this self mutliation. It happens. Seriously. (((hug)))
from sparkspark :
Stand tall, Ms. J! No one's perfect, and that kind of thing is hard to beat. You can do it.
from sparkspark :
Hang in there, darling! I know it's hard, but you can do it.
from captvfirefly :
I am so sorry to hear about the situation with your friend Chris. I hope someone finds him soon, and no worse for the wear. (((hugs)))
from hissandtell :
The situation with Chris is awful - I can only imagine how worrying it must be. I'm thinking of you, doll - hope everything turns out well for him. Love, R xxx
from captvfirefly :
I am sending all of my best healing, happy, love vibes your way. I'm sorry things are like this for you right now. I wish there was something I could do. All I know is, it WILL get better. ((((hugs and love))))
from sparkspark :
First of all, your hair is adorable. Second of all, any guy who advertises himself as a potential date by displaying a picture of himself with two Playboy bunny types is misguided, to say the least. What are you supposed to think, that in his off-hours he hangs out with Hugh Hefner?
from sparkspark :
Hi, there--I'm glad you're feeling better. Oh, my great, crazy relatives... if I don't answer the phone, they call and call and call back again. I suppose I could say, "Don't call me," but it's been hard to form the words. Thanks for your own very kind words, though!
from sparkspark :
XOX bella. Thinking of you today, and hoping all will be well. (It will.) --V
from autumnal :
thank you so much for adding me & for the lovely comment in your diary favorites! i'm curious as to which banner you liked! have a great evening!
from sparkspark :
Curiouser and curiouser! I know what you mean about the allure of intelligence. Anyway, on a somewhat related note, do you know the song "The Snake" by Al Wilson? Its lyrics contain a lesson I need to re-learn from time to time. You might find it apropos or at least entertaining.
from sparkspark :
Happy birthday, bella! A day late, but sincere nonetheless. I wish you a year of happiness and joyous adventure.
from moebelle :
I ADORE your hair short!!!!!!! "Throw you down, rip off your clothes" type adore!
from captvfirefly :
Hey, I LOVE your hair short! Then again, I'm growing mine out again too - I miss my long hair, and it hasn't been long since college. Also, I'm so happy the amazon thing is going well! I knew it would, you motivated thing, you! :)
from mangoprawns :
Hi, and THANKS for the book. I think it's a brilliant idea. The whole book thing. I am sure you'll wake up one day and there'll be all these little income streams making up a bigger income stream. damn it, you seem so MOTIVATED!!! peace and hugs, mango.
from captvfirefly :
I'm glad you like them! :) Happy early birthday! :) And? I love the poem. It's wonderful. (((hugs)))
from captvfirefly :
You are more than welcome. Actually, there should be 2 other things coming along as well - it's an early birthday present. :)
from sparkspark :
I couldn't figure out why I wasn't being notified of your updates, then I realized that when I was rearranging my favorites, I accidentally erased your name! I'm sorry! You're back on now, and all is right with the world. Congratulations on your book sales.
from sparkspark :
Great progress on the book selling! I hope you enjoy the experience. Here's an odd coincidence, of the minimal, why-am-I-mentioning-it variety: At my terrible karaoke experience last night, this guy performed that Beastie Boys song you refer to. Pink Champale, baby. It's in the ether. Also: Jennifer Connolly? Really?
from captvfirefly :
I say go for it! Sounds like a good idea to sell those books, especially if they are just being *gasp* thrown away. I don't know how Amazon works (and I'm afraid of eBay - I don't know why), but I'd check it out and see!
from sparkspark :
Nice to know you've got my back, sister! I appreciate the postal-ness on my behalf, as I was feeling especially put-out when I wrote that. (Obviously...)
from golfwidow :
"The rabbit died" used to be a euphemism for a woman being pregnant, so it's pretty good that "he isn't dead, he's just resting."
from sparkspark :
Have *I* ever done that?? Um... yes. Really recently. And now I will justify it by saying that the upside of being hungover in the tub and calling in sick (i.e., lying) is that the experience allows me to let you know that you are not alone. I am all about community and affirmation, my sister.
from sparkspark :
In thinking about songs involving rain, I inadvertently got "I Love a Rainy Night," by Mr. Eddie Rabbit, stuck in my head. Damn! That'll teach me to think. Sing it with me now, won't you? Well, I love a rainy night, I love a rainy night, I... something something something and the blah blah when a blah blah blah sky... you know it makes me feel good. (Yeah. It's so great.)
from sparkspark :
Go, Jake, go! I look forward to hearing about his misadventures, possibly to include a coma that turns out to be a dream sequence, and his attempted hostile takeover of the local liquor importing concern.
from golfwidow :
He probably is right. I watched a very interesting documentary about it on Discovery this past weekend. Oh, my aching social life.
from hissandtell :
His name is Billie Joe McAllister, and I've an inkling that he never had a lick o'sense, pass the biscuits please. I also predict that, the season after next (possibly while you're having a torrid illicit affair with that nice young preacher, Brother Taylor when he "drops by" for Sunday dinner) Billie Joe will jump off the Tallahatchie Bridge... Love, R xxx
from golfwidow :
You *know* his name rhymes with "shake." Blake. Drake. Jake. Rake. Wake. Tummyache.
from sparkspark :
I see your sinister twin brother as being named Force Gorgon.
from captvfirefly :
That was an absolutely beautiful entry. As for me? I have learned that I have never experienced real love, true love. Not once. I'm glad you have that feeling - now you know what to look for the next time (if this time does not work out, which, who knows after that letter?).
from sparkspark :
I'm a little psycho from time to time, but I promise it's nothing serious. Can I have the password? Please?
from captvfirefly :
Yep, I have discovered that lending out any of my DVD's to a man I'm dating is the kiss of death. So, I've vowed never to do it again. And? Have a WONDERFUL time at the bonfire this weekend. Go run amok for me. :)
from golfwidow :
That is really pretty and flattering. Go you.
from captvfirefly :
I LOVE it! Gorgeous! Men think they want a woman with long hair, but then they'd see you coming. Whoo! :)
from gerg69 :
Oh you'll like "Shawn of the dead." Very funny, also very bloody for your information. Also. I don't think I've read a more interesting review for The Bourne Identity. I don't think many reviewers critique movies with a lover. heh.
from gerg69 :
Might I have a password to peruse your fine site? i promise I'm a psyc...NOT A PSYCHO!
from mangoprawns :
I'd bury myself in your hair. but as for thoughts? for chrissakes I'm a guy. my mind would be blank.
from golfwidow :
In answer to your meme: If I were to wake up and find you in my bed, my first thought would be the same as my first thought would be if I woke up to find Tony Bourdain, CSI Grissom, a horse's head, or NOBODY in my bed -- "Oh, please, please, five more minutes ..." Nothing against you, that's just always my first thought upon waking up.
from hissandtell :
Yeah, you so rock. And you are so going on my buddies' list as soon as I get enough time to alphabetise everyone properly, because I absolutely love your writing. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Thank you so much for the note, the password and the profile description on your buddies' list, darling! Your diary is everything I dreamed it would be, although I've only read a dozen or so entries so far. I'm looking forward to finding time this weekend to read a whole lot more so I'll know EVERYTHING about you. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Hi - I just read your message at amomsmusings' notes and had my curiosity whetted. If you'd consider sharing your password, please, I'd be interested in checking out your diary. Love, R xxx
from amomsmusings :
Aw, thanks for adding me. Just wondering if I can gain admittance into your secret society?
from golfwidow :
Dennis Miller once said, "I'm not a pessimist, and I'm not an optimist; I'm a pragmatist, which means I think everyone but me is an asshole."
from captvfirefly :
I also feel like I'm going insane lately, so it's not just you. I wonder if it's something in the water. Or just my stupid hormones. Or associating with stupid men. Yeah, maybe that's it.
from mangoprawns :
things are looking up (no double entendre intended), sex, sushi and bunk beds. ride that wave all the way into shore!
from captvfirefly :
I hope your date goes well! Also, why is your soon-to-be-ex being so nasty? Did he not want this divorce? Course, sounds like he is just an ass anyway... I'm sorry he's making it so hard. Karma will come around and kick him repeatedly in the nuts...
from golfwidow :
Later in the evening as you lie awake in bed, with the echo from the amplifiers ringing in your head, you smoke the day's last cigarette, remembering what she said.
from golfwidow :
Fly the ocean in a silver plane. (And have a wonderful holiday.)
from mangoprawns :
from kingsley beach we see the storms come over at the horizon its like water colours running down a canvas we see the lightning actually hit the sea we see seahawks and shags circling because they've got no where to hide we see the ocean swell and chop and dump on the shore - we're huddled in the rocks giggling - and the kid's sand castle gets washed away. but it's ok. the storm passes over and we sit in the wet sand as the birds settle and that damn persistent kid comes out again and builds another castle. i asked him why. he just said he likes building castles.
from moebelle :
You most certainly have had your strength tested way too much. I hope there is peace for you soon. email me if you need to talk : moebelle@yahoo.com
from captvfirefly :
I wish I had something more constructive to say, but all I can say is - I'm sending positive, healing vibes your way. ((HUGS)) It will get better.
from moebelle :
My love and prayers are with you! This is exacltly what my husband's ex wife did. :(
from captvfirefly :
Oh no, Jess.. I'm so sorry. How can he do that??? I hope your lawyer can get everything straigtened out. I guess the only good thing is that no, he won't get custody now. What an ass. My thoughts are with you....
from mangoprawns :
happy moving! may your china ducks never break.
from golfwidow :
Steve Stevens' "Flamenco a Go-Go" is a great CD, if he doesn't already have it.
from mangoprawns :
o yes in the einsteinian world time is a part of the universal fabric. i am comfortable with this, and travel thru it regularly. but, really. when spleen hunting season is on, all that just goes right out the window.
from mangoprawns :
oh, yes. that looks much better with line breaks. my bad. must apply myself to learn more with that darn posting form.
from mangoprawns :
i got sucked into cyberspace. must ... get... hobby... 4am is very early. is it daylight savings time over there? what do people do at 4am? apart from come home from nightclubbing. i have been to the wasabi desert. it's green, but hot.
from moebelle :
OH...and I forgot to ask you, I think... did you get my password a few weeks back?
from moebelle :
I was relieved to get the password, thankies. I am a Scorpio to a "T", just thought I would mention that. Well, I don't know how vengeful I am, I have heard Scorpios usually are...but....everything else.....
from golfwidow :
got it
from captvfirefly :
I wish I could help, but no, I don't know how to trace those damn things. But, I understand your feeling freaked out. Trust me, I know! Course, you didn't really put THAT much out there in regard to the new guy. At least not as much as *I* put out. I hope you find out who it is!
from ehadams :
Hey. Got the password, thanks! I hope things work out with this guy. :)
from captvfirefly :
Ok, describe this standstill? Sure, things tend to slow down a bit after a while, but you said 4 weeks? It doesn't have to be a bad thing... but I can't really tell from your description. It's probably fine. And yes, I hate dating, so I feel your pain.
from captvfirefly :
Yay! You're back! I was just thinking about you the other day, wondering how you're doing. I'm glad you're back. :)
from mangoprawns :
ah, yes well i am tardy in wishing you happy back to the land of diaries... all is well... moonlight definitely becomes you...
from moebelle :
send me your email address (either leave me a note or email me at moebelle@yahoo.com) and I will send you my password <3 kiss kiss hug hug kiss kiss
from golfwidow :
Well, it appears I'm not the first one to greet you back, but may I be the first one to squeal like a twelve year-old? EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!
from moebelle :
wow...glad to see you back! I know this won't ease your stress, but I went through a similar custody situation alongside my hsbnd (with his ex wife) and the accusations and so on and so on. The more crap she through at the judge, the more trouble it got her into. The judge even told her she needed mental help. lol
from ehadams :
yay you are back!
from mangoprawns :
sigh. big sigh. goodbye cuckoo's nest. (hello caffeinista)
from mangoprawns :
i like swimming in the dark. and the REM song. peace
from mangoprawns :
A Very Merry passing of the solstice to you. And a pox on those egregious photo developers. Were it not the season of love, I'm sure they'd be bathing in silver-nitrate by now.
from mangoprawns :
you honour me with a whole page. i am humbled and deeply touched. come the revolution, your city will be spared and you will be made queen of atlantis.
from jehsika :
It IS the least they can do, isn't it...I'll have to call them....I'm sorry to hear about your grandma...my great-grandmother had alzheimers, she used to see giant ants...I remember visiting her in the nursing home when I was a little kid...it always scared me...not my own grandmother but the other old folks...
from mangoprawns :
maybe clint, sting, tony and sean could work out some sort of roster system between them, with guest stars filling in when they take hols or are on location. it's the least they could do.
from mangoprawns :
it's a record of where you are? One of the prolems i found with the online diary was i started it so my rellies could never get their sneaky fingers on it (am I paranoid or what), and then i found i started writing to please others instead of writing a diary - being male, hence, selfish, i just went back to suiting myself. i don't know where i'm going with this. peace.
from mangoprawns :
I always thought sting was good, but that's downright spinetingling. And I thought you'd written it, right to the end.
from sexyoldman :
Thanks for the note and I'm sorry about how porn destroyed a marriage. I suppose that like drugs and alcohol, everything in moderation without obsession is okay. And yes, downward facing dog is my favorite position....from my place way in the back of the room *smile*
from sexyoldman :
Hi, thanks for making me a favorite and the interesting description. I keep writing gooder than most or I'll bug you? Wow, the pressure is on! Come by and say hi sometime, Mike
from moebelle :
he hehe, i like the absinthe fairy too.... i look at her and get all tingly and pretend i am in a magic land (perhaps an absinthe land....lol ;)
from gwenllian :
I'm sorry you're going through this. I say, about the ring, keep it quiet. If he says nothing, then you can sell it. Or, if you're concerned, go ahead and sell it now. How can he consider it his property? He gave it to you. And he hasn't worried about it for years now, apparently. Do you really think he'll remember to ask for it? Sounds like you could use the $1400.
from moebelle :
i know i am not "him" , but you have me! i will be your girlfriend and we will have much fun.....hehehe....
from mangoprawns :
thai food rocks, the best restaurant 'round here is thai - but watch out for sneaky chilli and fishheads
from mangoprawns :
stoli's ok straight out of the fridge with a squeeze of lime, but i confess to a real weakness for gin and tonic while lazing back in a pool, but it's gotta be at night. But what you said is right - and that's my grudge against tequila - it's like you don't get smashed, but you still get the hangover.
from mangoprawns :
*whistles* - you still got it - but i'm not touching the leather thing - so to speak
from mangoprawns :
OBSESSION, by DaMoyre I thought of him Day after day, Waiting for nights to come With fear and great desire Delusions, nightmares, An obsessive mind, A morbid romantic, Struggling between fantasy and reality I dreamed of love And blood and Death, Tasting the copper In my lips and hands
from mangoprawns :
it has been a deep dark week. that's all i have to say. except i missed you. peace.
from captvfirefly :
Ok, so you're probably already in the interview, but I wanted to wish you good luck anyway! :) And? You will go to that writers thing and it will be great! You're not old! Have a great time. And? I'm still rooting for ya.
from gilgongo :
which begs the question - is the difference good or bad?
from captvfirefly :
I'm so proud of you! You have done SO much for yourself in the past year. You're strong and I know you will be OK when this is all over. God knows I know a bit about what you're going through, so if you need anything, please let me know. ((BIG HUGS))
from mangoprawns :
a house at pooh corner? i have a little blue book from my childhood, and there's the thing about the king who wanted some butter for his toast .... this takes me so far back
from mangoprawns :
the bigger south I go? I love this stuff! But in the Southern Hemisphere it's the bigger north we go, where they use mosquitoes for hang gliders. Mercury going direct is good? I'm not up on this... but I'm taking your word on it.
from mangoprawns :
happy cranklespanks to you too! school is ok, promise me you'll never do trigonometry...
from gilgongo :
I cannot join you in happiness, for tomorrow I will be sucked into the soul-killing vortex of standardized public education myself.
from mangoprawns :
i believe in you, messages sent, reflected off mars, arriving soon. write the book of your dreams. please.
from mangoprawns :
yeah watch out for the peanut butter thing i got hooked on celery and peanut butter a week or two ago, now i'm hooked!
from mangoprawns :
god i've been caught up in my own crap - i'm sure you'll be happy campers - peace you good thing!
from mangoprawns :
May the blessings of light be upon you, Light without and light within
from girlwcurls :
Hey :-) I just wanted to thank you for adding me to your faves! Sorry the note took so long, but I wanted to wait until I had a chance to read a bit of your diary. I stumbled across one entry on eyebrows, it made me smirk because I've always had issues with mine. They've been au natural (not a pretty sight), and they've looked like nike symbols and sperm.
from mangoprawns :
thunking will give you a headache. or create funky experimental beat poetry. technology is the enemy. RISE UP! and THUNK the enemy.
from mangoprawns :
holy canoli! I've just caught up on my diary reading. It's all happening at your place. Sending you strength and purpose. Sorry, all out of wisdom.
from mangoprawns :
:)
from gwenllian :
Oh my God, that quiz is a fucking hoot. I've got to take it.
from mangoprawns :
scrat is a little pirate, lost in treasure planet and island and sinbad and whatever involves sails and gold. am genuinely chipper. damn chipperness bubbling up from within. happy days!
from mangoprawns :
move over chrissie amphlett! mr depp may prefer french gypsy girls [that make chocolat!] as he plays django rhinehart whil tightening the mainsail on his caribbean schooner. ye gods! funny, but if a guy was to say, i may have to start dressing in tailored shorts and long socks, it's not the same.
from mangoprawns :
woooo hooo! she's hot! she's fit and proud, she's jehsika and sayin it out loud!
from mangoprawns :
eek! hope the moon's not too bright. [mental note to self: write notes before evening medication.] ps. i liked it. smooth.
from mangoprawns :
hi.tey will ALL enjoy pan pagan. clothing otional.
from mangoprawns :
it's a visual thing. someone hiding sexy undies under bloomers and thermals. image = funny. truth = i'll stay right away from that one.
from mangoprawns :
Happy Birthday to you, yeah! PS that thing about Victoria's Secret vs encouraging Man cracked me up.
from mangoprawns :
peace. :)
from mangoprawns :
please, miss. what is sun tea?
from mangoprawns :
red. close to the bone is good. it's the worrying about it that sucks.
from ehadams :
Hey! I guess we will be in school together. I know we'll both do great.
from mangoprawns :
red. i especially liked red.
from mangoprawns :
a snowflake ball of the baraboo sounds nice. just BARABOO sounds nice. I'd like to visit baraboo, be barabooish, or convert to barabooism.
from mangoprawns :
Hi. I'm ba-aaaack. How have you been? Sounds like lots happening. Is good, No? I tend to sign up for a bunch of stuff, and then see what gets filtered out. What's left must be the good stuff. MMMM HMMMM. it's goooood to be alive!
from mangoprawns :
you belong in heaven, or the pagan version of it, which i suspect may be more fun. now. it's all ok until you start taking photos of the devil's definition. and finely chiseled ass.
from mangoprawns :
o goody! leslieirene loves life! hello, jumpy one, i recommend the coleslaw. be well, i'm gibbering, peace. if it makes you feel any better, i felt really attached to some rocks the other day. and a tree.
from mangoprawns :
nosferatu is better than tatu
from mangoprawns :
greetings from valhalla! the meat and mead is fresh and strong. Haven't found a tabernacle yet, but they've got a hell of a choir - alays a fat lady singing w{V}agner somewhere! Odin sends his greetings. luv, Antrim Zeezrom Alexavier
from mangoprawns :
yes... sometimes it seems it's GOTTA hurt otherwise it wasn't worth it. But why? I remember some story where a ballerina married this guy who thought she would be fragile and dainty. Anyway I like basil, it's dead easy to grow, smells great, and is a wonderful garnish.
from mangoprawns :
rub basil into it?
from mangoprawns :
i am sorry - have been distracted somewhat by the world and other villains - and thus delinquent in my noteliness-ness-ness - tonight is the night of the long dark stranger - you have not, could not annoy me. Well, you probably could, but you CHOOSE not to and I respect that.
from petris-girl :
Actually, The Importance of Being Earnest is a play rather than a book, and it's been made into a film recently with Colin Firth (he of Pride and Prejudice/Bridget Jones fame) Rupert Everet, Rene Witherspoon and Judi Dench, so you could always try and rent it. Do, it's good.
from petris-girl :
Thank you! Actually, you might be right, one or two of my (many many many) pairs of jeans have been somewhat on the loose side recently, suggesting that they have ether grown, or I have shrunk in the wash. This could be due to the fact that i have been living on nervous energy atm due to (yes btw, you got it right) AS levels. This situation is being remedied as I am taking the precaution of eating lots of Haagen Daas to replace lost calories.
from mangoprawns :
thank you, m'lady.
from mangoprawns :
She doth tease with promises of words, but updateth not. Hey you! Thanks for kind words, I was just seeking attention, anyway. Rock on, High Priestess... [signed: the Fool]
from mangoprawns :
serendipitous, non? - i came back from the big smoke yesterday and tired of the indie screechings on triple J hit the search button on the radio which ended up at some swing station, got hit with duke ellington tinkling "all of me" before Frank came along with "Chicago (My kind of town)" - crooning generally bugs me, but i make an exception in his case - was oliver reed in the wicker man? i saw they had to cut and paste bits of film to put together the last scenes of gladiator after he died. damn i might keep typing and make this my diary entry.
from mangoprawns :
gadzooks, the password craze has reached new heights! - ravenheart's banner wouldn't load - is it a naughty one? - anyway, i have wished unseen winds your way to blow away that free floating anxiety - you may hear a swish in the trees, followed by a tumbleweed rolling along the street gathering up such things - but what to do with them once they are gathered? - must think harder for a solution...
from petris-girl :
Heya! Just letting you know, that as of now my diary is being locked, so if you want to still read the Me-story, leave me a note with your e-mail address so I can get you a password et al.
from mangoprawns :
art is an expensive hobby - it is a fullish moon and i am whiskered and fanged - hope you're having a wild time
from beatnicltd :
I think the acrylics that are supplied are okay...but I'm not really sure exactly how they are supposed to be, so who knows. I am getting a sort of perverse happiness from using them now - it feels like I'm drawing with crayons somehow. It's the thinkness of the paint, the fact that I refuse to use gloss, and the wider than normal brush I was given, maybe. I wish I had the energy and the income to go out and buy a bunch of canvas and acrylics and experiment at home. That way I wouldn't have to paint just a flower pot.
from mangoprawns :
eric, the HALF a halibut?
from mangoprawns :
ummm - a devilish clark gable - it's a very enchanted logs, horns and haystacks ever after day today - and it's mother's day! here [in the morning] so happy mother's day, you enchantress you.
from mangoprawns :
the squirrel must have a visa card with no limit - surely she gets bulk banner discounts? - it's a bit like being on a rollercoaster, but there's no track or carriage - swish - swish - swoosh
from mangoprawns :
xmen2 was waaaaaaay cool - matrix reloaded out at end of month - me and kids in cinematic heaven - send dexter and dragon over here for a week - they could take a tassie tiger back for show and tell - - ahhhh - we are so living the dream - i must away to discover what my speical x-man mutation evolution thingy is
from mangoprawns :
hi! - yes - work - work - work - saw xmen2 - kids made chocolate pancakes, but i think i'll get over it. hope your cup is runnething over.
from petris-girl :
*takes bow* Why thank you!
from mangoprawns :
standing on the street corner asking every passerby if they are beltane and if they were gonna gimme some very nearly landed me in hot water
from mangoprawns :
awesome - awesome
from petris-girl :
Well, I don't know that I'm going to Oxford yet, I might not get in. But thanks for all the encouragement. *Big smile of thanks* :)
from mangoprawns :
good is highly over-rated - i think i need to change my concept of what good is
from mangoprawns :
tssshhhhhhhk ping! don't get it - boom boom!
from mangoprawns :
pave paradise, put up a parking lot - crature of the night not happy! make bad music!
from mangoprawns :
covertly, covalently, silently acquiring the loam... >> who cares about my work? i just report it... >> that was one whisperingly beautiful entry
from mangoprawns :
hi you! miss you,but you gotta do what you gotta do. Eyes, because noses are... ick, especially at this time of year
from mangoprawns :
ok, ok! you're a very NAUGHTY girl. fun spanking ensues...
from mangoprawns :
god i am old - *gets walking stick, hobbles over to tell grandkids about the war* - o, bad is such a strong word, looking back, it was reasonably tame
from mangoprawns :
hiya, hope everything's OK - happy full moon, easter and so on...
from mangoprawns :
oh hey you! - insomnia would be great if only you could concentrate at the same time - then so many things could happen! - everyone is OK, scrat has a cool tale to tell - it's not fair that you can't do exercise tapes when people visit - it breaks the rhythm - is your buddy list clickspot sort of brown plasticine color? - any good movies on late night tV?
from mangoprawns :
careful of those pollocks - they'll give you nightmares - thanx for the lemony snicket tip - looks real good - will there be a movie?
from mangoprawns :
no removal of said tonsils is currently planned. he's actually just finished making winnie the pooh cupcakes with princess and is now chasing her around the house. he hasn't quite gripped the concept of being "sick"
from mangoprawns :
i wish he would be a LITTLE listless - hardest thing is stopping him from running around - he likes string and booby traps the house - doc says he has "tonsils" and a wheeze - he's all drugged up now
from mangoprawns :
wow - you were busy today - 6 degrees of kevin bacon - thanks for sharing - you gas stations seem really complex - we have unleaded or premium unleaded, and they have different colours
from mangoprawns :
cheers, thanks - hi!
from mangoprawns :
maybe you can sing the mama's got a new paradigm 12 bar blues blues in E - [mama got a brand noo paradigm / i said my mama got a brand noo paradigm / yeahhhhhhhh, the old one got worn out from being used all the time / mama got a brand noo paradigm]
from mangoprawns :
sorry, mine fell off while skinny dipping in a national park - maybe you can order one at www.paradigm.com?
from mangoprawns :
???? - no explaining some things...
from mangoprawns :
oh yeah that's a freaky feeling - just how does one track down a host? and using my hotmail address for a diaryland name? what was i thinking??? and what if, and what then??? Shall i start a new diary, shall i lock it??? Haven't I got enough problems without paranoia??? And why are fathers so threatening? - *scratches at the walls looking for the exit* - ............
from mangoprawns :
oh i fixed it! click click click. whew! that was really bugging me. peace.
from mangoprawns :
oh yeah i so want a yurt with a firepace in the middle and a chimney going straight up and hippy paint all over the outside - no, wait, just dark wood stain - classical, no? - with hand made bunks and beds and heavy wooden kitchen table with handmade quilts and a rocking chair and hammock out the front, home brew in the back shed and a big ass BBQ on a starlit night lost in the bush picking ditties out of the geetar a possum comes visit, i give him bread dipped in golden syrup and as a gentle rain falls i laugh and stay outside anyway cause its a cloudless rain and i can still see the stars
from mangoprawns :
oh, sorry, was just adjusting my screen settings... ha, only kidding, it's really me that's messed up... ha only kidding, i was wiping kiddie handmarks off the screen and the yellow bits got streaked... ha only kidding we heard "star trekking [across the universe] tonight - sort of related is the oft covered john lennon thing - words are flowing out like endless [???] into a paper cup they slither as they while they float away across the universe limitless undying love that shines before me like a million suns it draw me on and on across the universe jai guru deva om - ah i remember ian dury and the blockheads new boots and panties and your shopping entry reminded me of that but i didn't want to say anything because i'm so self conscious - i don't even visit chat rooms for innocent things i'm so worried about saying the wrong thing - i am major major major major from catch 22 - they used to call me major tom at school [ground control to major tom] - wow i better stop now, what will they think?
from mangoprawns :
quite possibly, was it a black mask? - "Quality lasts longer and stays in style" - highly quotable - no grey hair? - you have lived a pure and meaningful life - best wishes, spandex crunglwiff, attorney at war
from mangoprawns :
ma'am, i will be ANYTHING as long as i get to wear the mask - didn't they leave any bubble wrap??
from mangoprawns :
sure some dull would be good - but to get it past customs, you'll have to hide it inside a crate of illicit drugs - or firearms - or bubblewrap
from mangoprawns :
damn the CIA FBI NSA they're hiding in my teapots. at least it was sunny today!
from mangoprawns :
i saw somewhere you can get inflatable pillows for baths - have a good day!
from mangoprawns :
she wakes up dancing and singing - i want some of what she's having
from mangoprawns :
hey - have you lost weight?? and your teeth, so bright - it's a NEW JEHSIKA - look out world!
from mangoprawns :
egad, there are two hotdogs at the top of this page and they're scaring me! - hullo to you and your children, niko and praktina. peace, love, mangoes...
from mangoprawns :
hey nikomat owner - i'm jealous - i went kodak digital - cheaper, but crap quality - and the cradle o'civilisation thing - i read way too much revelations as a kid - can't wait to see a pic or two - but i know i'll have to wait - woo hoo for jehsika!!
from mangoprawns :
how are things "DEVELOPING"?
from mangoprawns :
it's cloudy now, but that's ok. how was the infernal equinox?
from jump154 :
It's not male related...just inconsiderate spouse related...My ex used to do the same...I'd do dishwasher at night, go out to work all day...come home, to find clean dishes still in Dishwasher, and a sink full of dirty dishes and pot....and then have to spend 1/2 hour tidying up before I could start to cook supper. even if I emptied dishwasher in the morning, dirtys woudl still go in the sink (so full you could not even turn on tap...). SO you are not on your own!... Jump
from mangoprawns :
[gasp] i hope so!
from mangoprawns :
gotta love the rain - your photos may be very green and fresh - wow - i waited 6 weeks for a guitar to get fixed once and man, just the antici......pation drove me crazy - did i say i liked the rain?
from mangoprawns :
mornin'! no need to reply, i know you is busy catching up and all. just hi.
from mangoprawns :
damn! he is insane! did he really paint the lawn white?
from mangoprawns :
she's back - now i can stop astral trvelling and get on with it - damn! how do you get the weather to do that just for you?
from mangoprawns :
OMG! let the sun shine in, make it with a grin, open up your heart and let the suuuuuunnnn - shiiiinnnnne - iiiinnnnn....
from mangoprawns :
it's cool - you're cool - can i still leave you a note every now and then???
from mangoprawns :
good morning, hope you slept well!
from mangoprawns :
i like it. muchly.
from mangoprawns :
we shall now and forever more use Finger Lickin' Good Photo Outfitters for our Revolutionary Works. Signed, the People's Front of Judea. Sorry, The Judean People's Front.
from mangoprawns :
oh oh! i shall be found at the bottom of a river wieghed down with tinned bolognaise. [i know he's ya cousin, tony, but we caught him usin' pesto from a jar...]
from mangoprawns :
2 days and no nicotine i'm really not sure i think maybe i should take a few days off
from mangoprawns :
they're lovely, its just the sheer volume of them. or should that be quantity.
from mangoprawns :
vanilla with red (raspberry jelly[o]) - strawberry with pineapple? - may need fireplace for colder climate, but here, melts quick.
from mangoprawns :
*re-reads entry* - *????* - *clunk* - *oh* - i think that should read "god *comma* i love ...." - or um... - looks like i'm going to the big bbq downstairs now - red wibbly wobbly jelly - do you call it "jello" in the US?
from mangoprawns :
GAD! YOU KNOW ABOUT IT? Now we have to restructure the whole marketing campaign...
from beatnicltd :
My school has a few “guidance councilors” - but I think their expertise is more in class scheduling than psychology.
from mangoprawns :
o, yeah! he was having rumpty dumpty with henry behind the sheds...
from mangoprawns :
"depreesion" is the scandinavian spelling.
from mangoprawns :
ahhh - fort dexter! a safe haven in a snow storm to be sure. mmm, snow. look so fluffy. apparently they have bad winter depreesion in like, iceland and stuff, due to so little sunlight in winter, there's some name for it. personaly i run the photosopier with the lid open. rock on coyote girl.
from moebelle :
thanks for the thoughts.....wink wink. My mind is full of nothing but, "duh" lately. I just have no creative juices. arg. so mostly, if I have time to come online now, I just read your diary and ignore mine. hehehe
from mangoprawns :
crikey! - scrat is the broccoli hunter - he sneaks up on the little trees on his plate, says "crikey!, she's a beauty!", and then grabs a big one and gobbles it up.
from mangoprawns :
thank you for accepting - and for returning diaryland stats back to normal - did you threaten to lay a curse on Andrew? Hop you had a GREAT day!
from mangoprawns :
princess is making heart shaped biscuits for nan and pop's 20th anniversary, scrat's getting a bath ready, we've already made mini muffins enough fer 2 weeks, and "she's so high [above me]" is playing which always reminds me of joan of arc, and with one little touch we can heal this world. PS u so rok. i am looking for ministers and such for my banana republic of blunderland - would you consider becoming Ministress for Druidism [including Good Deeds & the Dark Arts] and Terribly Good Photos.
from mangoprawns :
go you good thing. the hunger site!!! the world IS a beautiful place, and you enhance and enrich it with your presence.
from mangoprawns :
hey all-things-good! - some things stick in your mind - how r u? - haven't read you yet today - peace. i'm feeling awfully benevolent today. peace.
from mangoprawns :
ok i admit it - the idea of my very own nation is very appealing [like playing pharoah]. but king mango? nahhhh... vice grand duke mango the rather-benevolent-and-sometimes-absent-minded - yep!
from mangoprawns :
i'm a gryphon - gryph·on n. Variant of griffin. grif·fin also grif·fon or gryph·on n. A fabulous beast with the head and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion. - per virtuus et sapientia - i never knew that - i feel - somehow - FREE!
from mangoprawns :
great links, ta, and night, you, have a schnapps for me, ta. thanks, believe.
from mangoprawns :
oops too late
from mangoprawns :
beware the bunny raisins of doom. we used to have a were-rabbit called zebedee. he bit me. regularly. the neighbours rottweiler got him. i took him to the vet and cried he was in such pain and had to be put down but the little bastard bit me again, just before the vet gave him the lethal injection.
from mangoprawns :
there's some weird-ass show with strange dancing and poetry to the sounds of gregorian hymns on telly RIGHT NOW - sort of stuff we did in art school after mushroom harvest - but what does it mean?
from mangoprawns :
oops
from mangoprawns :
cheers thanks - it all comes out in the wash - we survive in spite of ourselves - we are strong - nice words btw - showers rock
from mangoprawns :
pretty in patches like a painted horse - like the vision of someone you talked to on the phone but never met
from mangoprawns :
madness presuing and ensuing. minions not even required tonight. thanks, 'night y'all.
from mangoprawns :
random drifting mumblings from an insomnambulent mango bid you good morning from across the waves in shades of blue and gold and o yes we had a blackout and now i sympathise most mostly and have you ever seen trigger effect? may you win the lottery, find a cure for ADD and buy a chain of steak restaurants.
from dasauce :
Just finishing working over here and hope to get a couple O' hours before DaBoy awakes. Sometimes it is nice being tall. Other times, when the airline food tray is on a 45 degree angle or I am knocking myself silly on stuff or I can't find an auto that fits my butt through top of head between the seat and the ceiling? Not so much. But it was kinda fun visiting with the little punks and being polite the whole time. G'night or G'Morning as the case may be. SaucePerson...
from mangoprawns :
being stalked to an annie lennox tune is ok - got your three wishes! shleep now. have a real good day y'all. loved that poem rather
from mangoprawns :
tastes like chicken?
from dasauce :
You confused a Saucelike person about the brain bleaching. Help a brutha out and explain? Thanks! DatConfusedSauce
from dcalien :
Ya, Jess, I will have to tell him about the rounded diet. And it is good to see another person that is aware that pie is round, and not square, or are round.
from mangoprawns :
i'm actually looking at a nearly full moon. can you see him smile?:) my kids delight in grabbing sleeping bags and sliding down the stairs. which is funny. except for the wall at the end got a hole in it once. ouch.
from mangofarmer :
Hehe. Thanks for your note. I'm sure I knew that at one point or another. I'm glad we don't have to celebrate the dickface, I mean the butthead, I mean the current asswipe. President. Yeah. :)
from mangoprawns :
mm hmmm, uh huh, i love passing on the books i got as a kid to my kids - where the wild things are, and so on... sort of tatty old scribbled on heirlooms
from mangoprawns :
whew, thank goodness my llamas are alpacas
from dcalien :
llama pancakes yum.
from dasauce :
It is a reference to him being naturally lame--but loveable. And in that character's case it is true. I love etymology... especially that which is really outside a normal Oxford reader's reach. Surreal? Me? Only to those who aren't in my noggin with me. Grin.
from dasauce :
One: Are you calling me a cartoon? Two: Llama is long-time-gamer-speak (meaning Lamer as rhymes with Gamer...) and it is making it into the common parlance along with LEET SPEAK from about 10 years ago. Leet standing for Elite. And it is kinda like tagging and Graffiti in general as it originally was to keep those outside the know from understanding. Thus Hacker=h@x0|2 or whatever. FYI. Funnier is that most kids are using it these days in IM's...and thus it is going deeply out of vogue.
from mangoprawns :
mmm.... - reminded in bits of blade runner or artificial intelligence - such crazy characters! hope all is reasonably well in snowtown
from dasauce :
Ick-AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
from mangoprawns :
gadzooks you're up early this morning!
from dasauce :
Had was the key there, had a signed UK first. I suspect that that was the last signed first that ever gets loaned. Neighbors loaned it to other neighbors and on. It wasn't even popular in the UK then... so it wasn't the Potter name.
from mangoprawns :
you said it sistah! it's the final episode of x-files, you're on trial, and you realise the jury is really all aliens...
from mangoprawns :
well now i have to agree - upon reflection and after sleep i realise i should be thankful
from mangoprawns :
hi... the 8th ring of hell: you click on twenty intriguing banners and they all say "SquirrelX".
from mangoprawns :
wishes is comin! 1st two were easy - it's that automated litterbox that's holding up the worx
from mangoprawns :
i am paying attention - take care y'all
from dasauce :
Or any escape little bugger that we don't have antibodies or phages for...Yeah. That's why recumbinent DNA research is so damned scary. Frank Herbert's White Plague was a poorly named (it was about a bug that went for dames) and equally scary moment. --Hope you are swell, Ms. Jessica. Happy Monday.
from mangoprawns :
as best i can guess you is the 2000th page viewer on my diary - [i won't mention the other 1999 were me!] - you get 3 wishes! - thanks for all
from beatnicltd :
Thanks for exposing me to rathergood.com coolest website...ever.
from dasauce :
Here I am wondering how many angry reactions I am going to have this morning--calling My Dumb Ass™ dipshit, and with the stats--someone not only was reading but possibly passing it around, so I guess I didn't piss everyone off. I gingerly reach for the 1 Comments (thanks Andrew. And it is the wondrous Jehsika High-Fiving over Yukon Golds. I coulda reached through the monitor and kissed ya. Best. DaSauce... Oh. PS. I noticed this from a gent who lists me as a fave. I coulda cried. Men sure need help from their gals...and vice versa. http://stwig.diaryland.com/030208_45.html
from mangoprawns :
hehehe! - you made me chuckle - i've been chuckling all day - granola says - what? - i say "tastes like chicken [chuckle]" - she says - what?????
from mangoprawns :
thanx - much appreciated - three goldfish and a dog - and eric the half-a-bee
from mangoprawns :
maybe just photo #1? much appreciated.
from dasauce :
Bearing. Growl or snore. Grin. --Sauce
from raven72d :
I'd love to get there some year... A friend is there now-- she's getting free use of a nice apt. in Sapporo, and I'm *so* envious!
from mangoprawns :
chicken soup your way - military life is different, huh? - pharoah=dangerously addictive - keeping those gods happy and all - really i just wanted to say i loved those photos again
from raven72d :
The Snow Festival is a major thing in Sapporo... this is the 53rd annual one... But your photos are a delight... I like your kitty... And I'm fighting off bad sinuses, too.
from mangoprawns :
good to hear you alive, safe, well. peace. mangoes.
from mangoprawns :
happy imbolc! - hope it goes well and energy returns - [it's only a flesh wound?]
from mangoprawns :
i long for snow - i pine for snow - it is so hot here i melt - liquid dreamblessings - bet the photos are sensational - and snow white -
from mangoprawns :
And I say I'm dead ... and I move... - ultimate tale of justice/revenge - splat! splat! splat! - *confesses* i haven't seen two towers yet - will i go to hell?
from invisibledon :
Thanks for doing the survey - good answers too
from mangoprawns :
further feathers farther... - dot dot dot? - damn - minions arrived - ticklish indeed!
from mangoprawns :
thanks for sound advice - much rested now - please send filet mignons, minions, flying monkeys or whatever anyway.
from mangoprawns :
i hear you. *night*. check out manyoshu.
from mangoprawns :
now that would explain the funny looks i get when i give blood. that and the purple paisley shirt.
from mangoprawns :
*jumps in time machine* - greetings - *munches on toast* - got into bad habit of a train a week - not fancy ones, though - have tracks all through the lounge room - yes, crazy people - not good - yes - your day - don't know what to say - i have to clean up the computer files when people leave - feel like scrubbing myelf in disinfectant afterwards, sometimes - wear gloves to touch the mouse
from brudder :
Yeah, the Gin Blossoms are back together with the exception of the guitarist who committed suicide several years ago. This past summer they did a 60 date tour, and they are currently on the road til about mid-March. They just put ought a concert DVD that includes four un-released songs and all their music videos. Hopefully they'll get back in the studio and put out a new album soon. See ya!
from raven72d :
wuff! thank'ee for the kind thoughts!
from mangoprawns :
very close to water - but - s'all good - a beer by any name would taste just as good - *late night ramble, etc, so on* - good night.. um.. morning - pleasant daydreams
from mangoprawns :
can do - payment terms - beer, pizza within 7 days - or next full moon - whichever comes first
from mangoprawns :
your doc will be tall, rugged and warm handed - he will offer you natural therapies that make you level only when you want or need to be AND metabolise polyunsaturated fats into the boob size of your choice. >>>>
from mangoprawns :
pizza, beer, full moon. u r in heaven. say hi to the gods, and save some pizza for me.
from moebelle :
your poems are so beautiful and again, I am shocked at how much we are alike with things we are doing. I have been eating like nuts this week. and feeling down, but have no idea why. I should be happier. I think I miss the new "inlove" or even "inlust" feeling. maybe that is my problem, I dunno.
from mangoprawns :
hey 12/14 - you beat me by 1! - u get to be our new CEO. - or poet laureate. that's me in the rocking chair, sometime in june, 2023.
from mangoprawns :
poetry. shower. *closes eyes*. yep - prettier. jehsika rox.
from prostituee :
wanton mind = ME TOO!
from prostituee :
Thanks for joining whores-r-us! And you didn't have to...you can take yourself off whenever you feel like it!! I won't be offended!
from raven72d :
E-mail is always good... Just tell me about yourself a little...I'm a trained historian, so it's background that I like.
from raven72d :
Please don't be afraid of me. I'm quite kind and nice and vur' corgi-like. But I would like to know more about you and perhaps talk.
from raven72d :
Ummm... I cannot go to doctors. I have no health insurance at all; I can't afford prescriptions. My last doctor seems to have dropped me because I failed to pay for two office visits.
from raven72d :
Wuff? Wuff?
from mangoprawns :
and i'd love to see the yellow chair pics when and if...
from mangoprawns :
that - was - beautiful
from prostituee :
Oh come on! Join whores-r-us. you know you want to.
from dcalien :
I appreciate you.
from dcalien :
IF anyone isn't reading you, it is not because your writing is not interesting. I am sure more and more will find you in this sea of diaries. *hugs*
from mangoprawns :
hey druid dreamboat - we're making fudge - its in the fridge waiting - the pot we made it in tasted delicious - pink for music - purple for clothes - u got a sister in australia? - [lol] - dream on mangoprawnalade
from moebelle :
thank you for the complements! You made me so happy I could kiss you with these lips!!! xx00xx
from mangoprawns :
i hear that - celibacy sucks!
from moebelle :
i can't believe the similarities. my husband is super romantic with me, acts like he is in love with me, but doesn't seem to want to be intimate with me. coinkidinkies
from mangoprawns :
thanx for the energies - coming back to you 3fold! - all is fine - waves are for riding, not drowning - flicking through the links thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx thanx
from dcalien :
The words you wrote in your profile are so kind. I appreciate your gb entries as well.
from dcalien :
I tried to leave you a gb entry and I don't think it worked. will you let me know. I am sorry. I am so needy. hehe
from mangoprawns :
email is mangoprawns@hotmail.com - sure can - and may 2003 rockyasoxoff!
from mangoprawns :
you freaked me out with the druid links - watch out for those bionicles - thanks for the link - happy new year happy new year happy new year happy new year
from dcalien :
Thanks for taking my survey. I am not too well right now, so if I forget. ask me why I dint take yours. seriously. I probably wont forget though. You don't take surveys cause it's stealin' That was funny.
from ehadams :
Hey there! I think Kinkos will scan stuff for you. Check it out! By the way, thanks for adding me to your favorites. LA is indeed where all the crazy folks live. I hope to document some of these nutcases in my journal so those who might consider visiting here know just what they're getting into. Take care!
from captvfirefly :
Thanks for the note! It made my day. Pathetic as that sounds, it's true. And here's something else (but on the corny, less pathetic, but totally genuine side) - your journal has become a must read for me. Your rant last night 12/2 ending with your husbands "rancid feet smelling like dog shit" had me laughing so hard, I almost choked on my OJ. If I didn't already have a twin sister, I'd say you were in the top 5 of being my alter ego. Good luck with the gym thing. I have to say if you get tired of the gym, you should check out Leslie Sansone's "Walk Away the Pounds". 1,2, and 3 mile "in-home walking" tapes. God, do I sound like an info-mercial? Sorry. But, they work. And they are so easy a monkey could do them and lose weight..which is where I'm at. Ok, enough rambling. And yes, we are all that and a bag of fat-free chips. (I liked the joke)
from mollyx :
Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for the guestbook message. I don't know what it is, but that one post made me feel better about all the crazy shit going through my head. Thank you.

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