Monthly Archives: September 2014

Sally goes to Hollywood

Relax, don’t do it… I’m going to L.A. with Lumpy. He’s got a conference, and I’ve got, uh, nuthin’. I can’t imagine myself in L.A., so I should go. I will hike, since I can’t find anything that looks that … Continue reading

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Oops, I did it again.

I registered for The Moustache Run half marathon. Pains and aches included. I anticipate a lot of swelling.

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Pain update:

I haven’t made a list of all of my aches and pains in a while. It’s overdue, and, I am sure, highly anticipated. Neck – both sides; muscle and connective tissue Back – I am in desperate need of an … Continue reading

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The door has, inevitably, closed.

My mom wrote me back, finally, basically telling me that I am always critical of her when I am in therapy, and that she never thinks about my dad unless I bring it up. She then asks if I want … Continue reading

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Let’s all take a moment to learn about bills:

 

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The dichotomy

The elation of conquering fears, my body, miles vs. the sadness of thinking about my mom: sometimes they compete for attention. I am sitting here writing this feeling the highest high because I feel like a runner again today, but … Continue reading

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Another ending.

I wrote this to my mom, and she hasn’t replied. I wonder if she will. I don’t think she is capable of allowing herself to open up at all, and therefore move forward. It hurts my feelings, but there is … Continue reading

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