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they used to call it icing. you know, in hockey, when you go past two lines without touching the puck?
at least i think that’s what it was called. maybe it still is.
so much has changed. i used to watch the rangers play in new york. their practices were so cool. we’d get autographs and take pictures. a 15 year old girl’s dream to hang out with cute older boys. fun!Posted By blithechick On 07.22.2012 @ 6:10 pm
the first thing that came to mind is so cheesy: life doesn’t come with instructions.
but i want to say something more profound.
i don’t like to read instructions. i like to figure it out on my own. if i can’t, then it just doesn’t seem worth it. instructions are for weenies.
and yet, they do come in handy every now and then. (lamest writing ever)Posted By blithechick On 07.21.2012 @ 6:56 pm
i look at lots of do it yourself decorations and think, “hey, i can do that.” and yet i never do.
my house is not decorated. it’s a hodge podge of stuff. but there are no decorations. not really.
and yet, i love my house. it may look bare to some, but it’s mine. and it’s a home for my family.Posted By blithechick On 07.16.2012 @ 6:58 pm
she said she had some advice to give. it was just a “suggestion.” but i knew what that really meant. it meant she was going to tell me what she thought i should do. again. just once i’d like to figure it out on my own without her “suggestions.” i mean, come on. i’m almost 25, i can so this on my own.
so i listened. sort of nicely. sort of quietly. and prayed she’d hurry up and be done.Posted By blithechick On 07.10.2012 @ 7:06 pm
the old computer modem buzzed and beeped through the phone line. we couldn’t believe we found one that worked. since wireless had gone down, we had to figure something out. it was the only way to find the information we were looking for. so we waited until it went through. and waited and waited. at least, the page loaded. it was just what we needed. the piece we’d been missing. we breathed a sigh of relief.Posted By blithechick On 07.04.2012 @ 7:28 pm
in order to harness the energy in the bomb, they had to hook up so many wires and cords and electrical doohickeys. it was crazy. but we were able to use it to power the house. and this was months after the atom bomb wrecked all of the habitations around us. leaving us without food. without power. without any medical supplies.Posted By blithechick On 07.02.2012 @ 7:01 pm
she told me she was cancer free. or rather i read it on facebook. chills exploded up my arms and down my back. i had been reading her updates, this girl i’d gone to high school with, and praying for her and hoping for her. and now it was here. officially cancer free. the thrill was indescribable.Posted By blithechick On 06.30.2012 @ 6:54 pm