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peak:

My story and/or pix appeared in three papers today... and I got a new Mac G4 at work.


valley:

That I slept my day away, but that's not really a low 'cause I needed the sleep.


noise:

CMT.


sustenance:

Pizza Hut.
(Hamburger pizza)


thoughts:

The headache I have and how it's kept me from thinking about much.


wednesday, june 28th

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Quote Du Jour:
"Each time you are honest and conduct yourself with honesty, a success force will drive you toward greater success. Each time you lie, even with a little white lie, there are strong forces pushing you toward failure." (Joseph Sugarman)


After several days of minimal sleep, I took my first major step in catching up today. I was ready for bed about midnight... and very sleepy. However, I was in the mood to do some writing. I sat down at the computer and worked for a couple of hours. Around 2:30, the fire department was paged out and I left to get some photos. I finally made it back to the house around 4:30 or so and crashed. I had a couple of interruptions a few hours later, but was able to sleep until 2:30! I know, that makes me sound like a slacker. But I needed the sleep so bad... and I'm thankful I was able to get it. (2137)


Sorry that Tuesday's entry wasn't online yesterday. It was written, but for some reason Geocities and my FTP program were not getting along. I tried several times to upload it and couldn't connect... or if I did, the connection was too slow to be do anything. I tried again tonight and connected without incident. I'm not sure what the problem was, but I went ahead and uploaded the entry a day late. (2143)
When I started this project almost a month ago, I planned to keep it sort of anonymous... just tell my stories and have an outlet for my feelings... I wanted to be vague. But lately, I've sort of given some major clues as to my identity lately. Granted, the odds that no one will know who I am are pretty good. But if someone I know does stumble across this window into my world, it won't be hard for them to guess who I am.

Is that a bad thing? At first, I thought it would be. But then, my thinking changed a bit. Wouldn't it actually be a really good thing? I mean, I've titled this thing "a window into my world." And that's just what it is. It's a little place where folks can peek in and see what's going on in my life... and in my head... and in my heart. What's wrong with that? So many people guard their thoughts on things and keep them from public view... and public scrutiny...

Do I want to be like "so many other people?"

Do I want to be afraid?

I don't think so. (2153)

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