Grace in Small Things 1 of 365

February 1, 2009 at 01:31 1 comment

1) The smell of coffee that I can’t drink.

2) Needing, not wanting, but needing a banana like I need my next breath.

3) Crying over cold curry.

4) Washing my hair twice a day and it still looks greasy.

5) That little blue plus sign that says that all of this upset is totally worth it.


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  • 1. dk  |  February 3, 2009 at 01:28

    Heh heh – that would go a long way towards explaining why I haven’t seen you around much these days. Congrats seester! But get over the banana craving now before mosquito season. They loves peoples who loves bananas.As for the greasy hair – I’m fair sure you know all the options. Swimming works – the chlorine – and it’s great exercise ;)


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