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Visible (Part Two)

On May 18, Michael John Heagerty and I sat on the steps CNY Jazz Central’s theatre, and we played a game of catch-up; it was a couple (maybe more) weeks of not seeing each other. At one point he made a note of my efforts to be more picture heavy social media platform Instagram. “You’re in love,” he…

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Separately Combined

Pardon the interruption. It’s the long, silent interruption. It’s the unnecessary and sometimes questionable silence. For comparison: This is the type of the silence experienced when out to dinner with someone, and the other is not talking. Without having an idea what on what to say, the best response is shrugging shoulders. You, the reader, are the one asking questions while I idly…

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Muse-ic Monday

Dumb post title. Amazing results. Maybe.  There’s no guarantee. Welcome to my Monday Update, all anecdotes:  little anec with a lot of dotes.  Totes? This song is “Up the Wolves” by The Mountain Goats.  It is featured in last night’s episode of The Walking Dead.  It was uncertain if it was enjoyable, but after listening to it a…

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Observations

***   ***   *** Love like a drag from a cigarette.* ***   ***   *** My reluctance walked slowly, backwards out of my mouth. ***   ***   *** Her thoughts are flower petals, bold and poignant.  However, one you try to move, manipulate those those words, petals off the stem, they brown…

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Memory Lane Monday

Spending time at my parents’ house always puts me at ease, but there is always an onset of anxiety. I am not sure why, but this has nothing to do with my parents themselves; they are very cool people that I brag about more often than complain about, and at times my friends prefer my…

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On Being, Simply

Bedsidesign is a blog written by fellow CNY blogger, Christie Jones, which can be found here.  It’s a savvy design blog to inspire and spark creativity for those interested in that one specific field or to apply design in life and in general.  However, for those not having an eye for design, Christie’s writing makes this blog easy to read and…

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