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20 February 2015 @ 09:04 am
Confessional 2015  
Tell me a secret! Tell me a not-secret! Whisper sweet somethings in my comment box. Express your maddest crush or deepest curiosity! Expound upon the fabulousness of your friends or lovers or would-be friends or lovers! Or people you know or want to know. Do it anonymously or with your name attached; anonymous commenting is on and IP logging is off.

You know you want to!

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I'm feeling: curiouscurious
 
 
 
(Anonymous) on February 20th, 2015 04:00 pm (UTC)
Re: Hazy Days of Winter
It has been *awful*. I think we're all about ready to snap. Or maybe we already have. I've been coping by complaining a lot on social media, because it really does feel good to know that the other people around me are struggling, too. I've been helping others out as much as I can, because I am lucky to have a little more elasticity than others. I've been throwing myself into my artistic and creative endeavors, especially those that involve looking at and combining pretty bright colors. I've been trying to get out when the getting's good, which is rare.

But in the large sense, I've been draining my reservoirs of cope and patience and "pragmatic good humor", in the hope that they will refill come May or June or July.
(Anonymous) on February 21st, 2015 06:34 pm (UTC)
Re: Hazy Days of Winter
the worst part of this winter is that i look at my house and and just wince because come spring, i'm going to have to spend thousands of dollars on the damage that the winter caused. and there's no good way to keep from doing that every time there's a bad winter.the worst part of this winter is that i look at my house and and just wince because come spring, i'm going to have to spend thousands of dollars on the damage that the winter caused. and there's no good way to keep from doing that every time there's a bad winter.