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Writing can be an outlet for the harsh realities of the world. This blog documents the experience and healing process of ending a 10.5 year relationship. It's a way to connect to others and be heard without uttering a word.

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Latest Blog Posts for Thirty Days and Nights

  • Part of the Process
    on Aug 8, 2011
    I have been dating someone, I nicknamed G.I. Jane, solely for her occupation, for the last five and half months.  I guess I never reported the day-to-day events or progress because this relationship, I thought, had potential.  And seeing ho...
  • Camping in the Basement
    on Aug 4, 2011
    I am a nanny for a living.  A difficult and tiring job.  But an important job that has shaped me, defined me and most of, an honest job that I'm proud of.  Who wouldn't be boastful about lending a hand in shaping the minds of the futur...
  • Exit Music (for a film)
    on Aug 3, 2011
    the shower wakes her from her sleep.ebbing water.she turns over in their bed and caresses the pillow.  cold cotton.she remembers the night.perfection.slow walk.  no talk.love carrying them down the street.she rolls onto her back.stares at t...
  • Baggage Claim
    on Aug 2, 2011
    Mothers, fathers, bachelors, bachelorettes, families, friends, pilots, flight attendants are whirling around me.  Everyone has somewhere to go, someone to see, some place to be.  My pace is slower than the crowds, I can't keep up.  A p...
  • Riding the Wave
    on Aug 1, 2011
    Surfing.  A multi-million dollar sport.  Guys and girls, golden tans, long flowing hair, sleek, sexy toned bodies, above average looks, zipping up lycra suits in hopes of catching a wave.  Surfing is a technical sport.  It looks e...
  • why did you do that for?
    on Jul 27, 2011
    My friend told me a story once about being strike by a cyclist.  I pictured the scenario in my mind; a geeky older man on a red-striped banana sit, helmet, reflectors, picnic basket, horn, trekking down the street and my friend, attractive, tren...
  • Residue
    on Jul 20, 2011
    Time.  A system of measuring passage.  A method of sequencing events.  A means to compare the intervals between occurrences.  Time, a powerful noun that I think should always be capitalized, like names of people and places. &...
  • Groctegus
    on Jul 19, 2011
    My four year old nephew, N,  is quite a kid.  His imagination takes him to Hot Wheel Land during the day, he eats lunch with one-eyed aliens, he naps with monsters under his bed, has an afternoon snack with his imaginary cat and flies to th...
  • Karma Police
    on Jul 18, 2011
    Karma is fundamentally an ethical principle dictating, if you believe in it, a course of present results, derived from both past and present deeds.  Who we are and what we will be is determined but what we are.   However, as things are cons...
  • Poker Face
    on Jun 23, 2011
    My niece by default is the coolest little girl i know.   She has an angelic face that invites conversations with strangers.  She has curly light brown hair that changes shade with sun.  She has a sweet voice that is always negotiating.
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