Monthly Archives: August 2008

Drunk Face!



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Build a bridge…and get over it

Thank you all for the great comments and emails. I’m very happy to hear that so many of you all enjoy reading my blog and find it inspiring. It’s times like these that positive words of encouragement and support are needed. I really appreciate it!

I’ve had down times in the past and my loving readers have always been there to cheer me up. I definitely love checking my comments to see the great things you all have to say and I always smile when I read them. Thank you. :)

I have a saying that I always say when a friend is going through drama that they don’t want to deal with. I’d say “Build a bridge, and get over it.” and afterwards I’d follow with “Let’s take a shot!”. Of course, I am being facetious and am sincere in respecting their feelings and being sympathetic.

Anyway, I’ve built a bridge and dragged myself over it. I am still a little down in the dumps, but I’m not letting it keep me down. Time does heal wounds – although not all wounds – it does numb them down a bit. Pooh and I have been going out with friends the past couple of nights. It’s nice to just get my mind off of things.

As for my blog, I think I’d be too sad to see it go. I know that there will be some people that don’t like me, my blog, or whatever it is they don’t like that compel them to make rude comments. It’s a given. So don’t worry, I’m still here.

Jill Scott – I Keep (Jill Scott btw is one of my most favorite artists!)

I have some pictures from when Pooh and I went out with friends. I’ll post them soon!

Here’s one of Pooh, Manny, David, and I at the Southern Comfort Music Experience at Petco Park Stadium. We went to see Common perform.


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Feeling Down

I haven’t really been in the mood to blog much lately. I’ve been feeling down in the dumps. I haven’t really had much content to blog and I haven’t really been taking many pictures. I think I usually whip out my camera when I get excited and happy about something…but lately I just haven’t been genuinely happy. I’ve been debating whether or not I should even continue with my blog. I’ve actually been receiving some pretty harsh comments lately. I know that it should be expected since my blog is public and everyone is entitled to their opinion – not everyone’s a fan. I’ve had bad comments before and it’s never really bothered me, but since my passion for blogging is dwindling the comments definitely aren’t helping.

Just when it seems that everything is going your way, life as you know it has it’s own unexpected way of changing the very world you’ve gotten used to. Just like I always say, “life is random”. There’s ups, downs, uncertainty, and catch 22’s. In my life, it seems to all come at me at once. I’ve always thought that god (or some higher power) puts us all on this very steep hill called Life. He tells us that we are to get to the very top of the hill. What he neglects to tell us is that along the way he’ll be hurling giant boulders at us. Some of us seem to get bigger ones than others.

I don’t want to get into too much detail as there are some things that I have trouble expressing openly. Yes, this is my “digital diary”, but it’s very rare that I even open up to any of my close friends. I usually keep everything boggle up and to myself.

I am very sincere when I use the words “love” and “trust”. I only trust my deep inner emotions with people I truly love. Unfortunately, sometimes the people we love do something to lose our trust. Don’t worry, I’m not referring to Pooh. But I have lost a friend that I genuinely loved and will never trust again.

Me’shell Ndegéocello – Fool of Me

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Ray At Night

Pooh and I went to Ray at Night a couple weeks ago. Ray at Night is an art event held on the second Saturday of every month. It’s a bunch of art galleries and exhibits. Ray at Night is pretty exciting because there are several galleries scattered in Northpark. Most of the galleries are located on Ray St. Pooh and I went to a really interesting gallery where the artist did art using wire. I really liked his music selection – Portis Head was playing when we arrived. Portis Head rocks!



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Oops

I had forgot to mention in my last post that my walls in the video were blue. I was trying to say that my walls were not green in the video and my walls are currently green. Anyway…whatever. I’m over it. :P

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Random Images

I thought I’d post some images that I’ve recently uploaded to my flickr but not had time to blog about. They’re of two different nights Pooh and I went to Universal with some friends. Nothing really interesting…just random.

































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The Hole

Pooh and I went to The Hole for the first time this past Sunday. It was pretty fun! They serve all of their drinks in these large pitchers. I’ve never had a pitcher full of Greygoose & Tonic before…it’s frikkin awesome!

They also have fresh burgers out front. I had a Gordo Burger. It had a large beef patty with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, avocado, and bacon. IT WAS INCREDIBLE! It might have been just because I was extremely hammered at the time…but I am very sure it would of been just as good had I been sober.















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TOP CHEF!

I just finished watching the season finale of Top Chef and I am extremely happy with the result.


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Stephanie has always been my favorite throughout the competition. She was very quiet, humble, and always surprised the judges with beautiful and delicious dishes. I really wanted her to win and I’m glad the judges chose her as the winner.

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CJ7 – OMG ADORABLE!

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