Monthly Archives: February 2013

go to the head of the class

I’ve had it with snobby professors. Seriously, pride stinks!  No one likes to be treated like a second class citizen. Why is the voting rights law even up for a vote? And so do hypocrites. I realize honesty takes guts, … Continue reading

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leaving Mt. Baldy, part two

Leaving Mt. Baldy By Leonard Cohen (1999) I came down from the mountain after many years of study and rigorous practice. I left my robes hanging on a peg in the old cabin where I had sat so long and … Continue reading

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harp farts

just because I am a harpist, I don’t go around thinking that butterflies fly out of me butt when I fart! Sorry if I was snobby. Wrote letter to harp teacher about run-in saturday.  What a snobby professor. and the … Continue reading

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Stories and furniture

I went to visit my grandmother’s grave this morning. Today would have been her 103rd birthday. I started crying. I remembered how she and mom would tell me stories of the family and the craziness and the good times and … Continue reading

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harp sightings

2013 ACADEMY AWARDS: AND THE NOMINEES ARE… BEST MUSIC: ORIGINAL SCORE   Anna Karenina by Dario Marianelli No harpist listed in associated files Argo by Alexandre Desplat Marcia Dickstein, harpist   Life of Pi by Mychael Danna Katie Kirkpatrick, harpist … Continue reading

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ladylike

if Beyonce is so upset about her pictures from the Superbowl, she should dance in a more ladylike manner.   #youdidittoyourself

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Taurquin the turtle part two

there is an alternative ending to the story where Tarquin comes home and his mother is being carried out on a stretcher because she tries to commit suicide and Taurquin starts crying “what did i do wrong daddy?” and the … Continue reading

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