alrescate: (cute but psycho)
Should I worry that my breast pump sounds like it's saying "REDRUM"?

Yeah. Maybe I should be getting more sleep.

So how are all my friends? I don't have time to try to catch up with you all (and I'm not going to even have time to check on you regularly) so why don't you do me a favor and check and let me know the highlights and/or the low-lights of what's been going on in your life since I've been in Twinland.

BTW: Being back at work stinks.
alrescate: (uppity)
1. If a turtle doesn't have a shell, is he homeless or naked?

2. What was the best thing before sliced bread?

3. Can an atheist get insurance against acts of God?
alrescate: (silly)
1. Is atheism is a non-prophet organization?

2. Is Santa so jolly because he knows where all the bad girls live?

3. If a parsley farmer is sued, can they garnish his wages?
alrescate: (silly)
1. What if there were no hypothetical questions?

2. If a mute person swears, does his mother wash his hands with soap?

3. Is there another word for synonym?


Oct. 6th, 2005 02:32 pm
alrescate: (Default)
There is a bag of crunchy Cheetos taunting me from across the office. I don't need any Cheetos. (Yes the Cheetoss are in my office because I bought them but that is not the point.) I *want* Cheetos!! Why does something that is just orange gunk seem so appealing to me right now? I know I promised myself that I wouldn't be one of those live journal people who wrote about what kind of sandwich they had for lunch or what color socks they had on but this is a sincere questioning of my deep, complex workings. For isn't my craving for Cheetos my subconscious debating the merit of my desire for care-free frolicking amongst the trees of the forest? I mean it can't possibly be just a case of the munchies now can it?

Someone gave me a bit to think about last night. They were discussing the 'light' and 'dark' side of ourselves. His point was that we need that darkness to make our light shine more brightly; that the combination of the light and the dark is what brings about our compassion. Instead of shoving that darkness down one should bring it up from the depths and use it to become more compassionate.

I think we are all here trying to better ourselves...what flaws or issues you didn't resolve in your psyche continue existence after existence. If there must be darkness to reach the higher plane (or whatever higher existence you choose, be it heaven or nirvana) then is it wrong to try to 'resolve' your darkness/flaws/issues or should you be working to make the darkness and the light compatible?

Hhhmmm. I think I'll have those Cheetos after all.

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