Monday, June 28, 2010

Shout Out From S. Korea

In the latter part of my college years I met my friend Timothy. We were maybe in two classes together before I interjected myself into his life and made him stop dying his hair black. (Seriously, Timmo) For the last couple years he has been fartin' around in South Korea, teaching English to kids and; for the most part, staying out of trouble.
Last summer I had the chance to spend time with him when he finished his first tour, then Tim hid in a hole in Milwaukee till he abruptly left again. Despite all this, we've managed more email contact then ever and my bestie even sent me a package that I received yesterday.
I believe it speaks for itself, but was prefaced by this in an email: "I've been talking about it for two years but on Saturday I finally did send you something in the mail. Nothing spectacular, but assuredly things."

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 I adore you more than anyone, Timmo. Every bit is pure gold. You have brightened up my blogosphere.
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Monday, June 7, 2010

I Don't Not Love You

Listen blog, I forget about you sometimes. Mostly because no one reads you. And my life looks like this 90% of the time. Let's be honest here. 
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Sometimes I make little things when I can find the time and have the need to. Like this shear case that was made on a whim without my shears present. One of those shears cost almost $500 and yet I make a $4 case because it looks pretty on my station. 
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This weekend my favorite couple is getting married, I don't say favorite lightly. These kids are mad adorable, they make my heart hurt. So, instead of devoting time to make a present for them I decided a dress was in order for one of the greatest parties of 2010. I'm pretty much here at this point. 
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Then for the reception I offered to make cupcakes. There's that to handle as well. This sounds like me, all over.
Can I tell you we went to Millenium Park for She & Him and it was mass overload of people. 
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And I'm convinced 97% (myself included) were there just to enjoy the midwest decent weather and picnic atmosphere.