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from ravynespeaks :
Just want to wish you a very Happy New Year. May 2005 be your best year ever!
from kacklefight :
uuuh, beck is my favorite guy ever. i love sea change. i was just thinking the other day about how he will incorporate that feel into his next album.
from kacklefight :
lovely lovely lovely, strange that i am 19 and i have felt the same about dualities and flavors of quaarks - mr. kacklefight
from ghanima :
Thank you. Who needs a Prince, anyway? They are more trouble than they are worth.
from jonathan :
I click through Montparnasse often, your entryu made me stop, made me read, made me click on the links, read again, then save the links. Thought provoking and intelligent. I'll post a review in Montparnasse.
from ghanima :
I have enjoyed your posts--but please just use the first name of your namesake when posting on Montparnasse--we do want to preserve a semblance of our own identity.
from jonathan :
Thanks. And a proper welcome to the 'club.' I'd prefer to be in Paris, than play games. Luckily I live a few hours away ... so I make it over as often as I can. The best things in life don't cost much in Paris: i.e. good food and great company.
from ghanima :
Reviews go on Montparnasse, not persephoneia. Persephoneia is a free write zone. Please move your review to the main site.
from ghanima :
post the review exactly as you would a prompt response. Just put it up on the site. For a guided tour, click on "Table Etiquette" for prompts "Wine List" There will be a new prompt next week. I am still waiting for a few more reviews and posts.
from ghanima :
Wonderful--I rub my hands together at the thought of someone over the age of 16. The password to post is "parisien." Also, there is a free-write area which you can access through the username persephoneia and the password "nerezza." Please also add montparnasse to your buddy list and choose a pseudonym--something literary and preferably era-appropriate (1880-1940 or so) Thanks!
from ghanima :
Wonderful--I rub my hands together at the thought of someone over the age of 16. The password to post is "parisien." Also, there is a free-write area which you can access through the username persephoneia and the password "nerezza." Please also add montparnasse to your buddy list and choose a pseudonym--something literary and preferably era-appropriate (1880-1940 or so) Thanks!
from boxx9000 :
I'd love to meet you, that would be great. I STILL haven't had a moment of free time to get over and see your two art exhibits, but I REALLY want to. Thanks for the invite. (smile) We really should meet since we have so much in common. ~
from ivyvalentine :
LOL! Well Hello to my next door neighbor! OoOOoOoOO another collector eh? I odnt have as much as I'd liek to but I lvoe what I do have, you use your figs in therapy, now that sounds interesting! Lovley diary btw!
from purplelotus :
Yes, I am also Ravynemyst and Ravynespeaks, AND Ravynefyre...I have 4 journals, all different aspects of me. :) Thanks for being one of my readers. I read yours often as well.
from enigmotion :
49 years young. That's awsome. I love you're diary ma'am. (lol, my mother hates it when i say ma'am cause it makes her feel old.) Keep writting forever and ever, and i'll keep reading. :) It's nice to be insighted on a bit of wisdom. Diaryland is filled with a bunch of little teenagers (such as myself) that write endless paragraphs about a life they know nothing about. You cant sit down and write about life til you've stood up to live it, right. All my poetry is a scrambled fragment of guestimations, as i am still trying to understand it all. Maybe one day i'll finally 'get it'. Take Care. Love, Cat
from erato :
You know, the issue of whether or not I should fill out my own surveys has plagued me for some time. Somehow it feels wrong to do it, but perhaps I will some day. Thank you for taking it!
from jonathan :
Thanks for making me a favourite; I'll come over and read you too :)
from zizi :
yes, i am working on reparations. the end of a relationship is more difficult than it seems outwardly, at least to me. thank you for your advice. at the moment i do not teach anything as i am still learning, but next term i will teach pharmacy students. best wishes.
from mikejesq :
Would that I had your courage and the ability to understand life and the motives of men as you have. I read it all. What seemed so sad you have transformed into something filled with light. Your writing is bad for my work ethic... (you are also too kind, b.t.w.)
from zizi :
you have a vast amount of knowledge and wisdom which shines through in your writing. a wonderful read.
from ravynemyst :
thanks for visiting my diary and for your kind words. please return often and I will do the same with your diary :)
from erato :
Thank you, bella. It means something when my words manage to break from the pixels and touch someone.
from rainstripe :
I can't find your guestbook link on your journal? Did you remove it, or am I just blind? Anyway, what synchronicity...I woke this morning singing Morning Has Broken, and then, when I couldn't remember all the lyrics, went online to remind myself. re: your potential liaison...You Go Girl! I had to backtrack in your pages to see if I had missed the beginning of this, but no, it seems you have just mentioned it this most recent update. Hugs for your adventure!!
from erato :
There is something about Spanish to which I can't put words. No matter how much time passes, no matter how I neglect it or abuse it, it will always be there, waiting to roll across my tonge and over someone else's lips.
from erato :
Exploring you is going to be quite an experience. I hope you enjoy my meanderings half as much.
from erato :
Found you through Jonathan. Let me wrap around a piece of your mind. Lovely what you have here.
from jonathan :
Thanks for stopping by. I'll come over and read as much as I can here soon. Meanwhiel I have to wodner why someone can write 'sex in a swimming pool; in Google and end up visiting my diary ;)
from measi :
Hey my dear! :) Just popping on to say hi. I'm creating a mirror of my DX journal over here on DL (with a journal address that I've had, believe it or not, since 1999 but completely forgot I had!). Same stuff as dx, just a different address. Happy holidays! ~ Measi (Dec. 17, '02)
from pieceofme :
hi, i love your diary. it displays a lot of wisdom. please send some my way :)
from roadiepig :
Since we have similar diaries on our lists, and since somone started this whole thing, I will play along:Happy random guestbook signing week!
from orinna :
The reason I jump at therapist language is because I am one. Not something Iím wanting to advertise. I donít trust therapists. Often I donít trust myself as a therapist. Only this distrust keeps my edges clear. A therapist is someone who knows what Iím doing wrong and how I ought to be different. I get angry, willful, and downright nasty when someoneís doing that to me. When Iím doing that to someone else, Iím being a therapist. And I expect them to be grateful and compliant? Instead, I donít trust myself, and try to keep my edges sharp against that kind of systematic condescension. Hissing at therapist language has become a conditioned reaction in that effort. Sorry about that.
from orinna :
Iíve had, for the past year, and for the first time in my life, the great luxury of a home which I share with no one. I appreciate the amount of energy required to maintain oneself in the context of others with whom one has a history of love & frustration. When I first met your word Boundaries, I thought: Uh oh, therapist language. But in a home so full of history and others, boundaries matter. For me, it is space. Making the space into which nothing intrudes, the space to reflect, to put words together until Iíve found something. This isnít so different from boundaries.

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