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Apr. 8th, 2010

rippersgirl

My TV shows are killing me!

 
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Jan. 2nd, 2010

dobby

Welcome to the first snow storm of 2010

What a way to ring in the new year. On the plus side, even though it's been snowing for over 24 hours, it really hasn't accumulated more than a foot, which I don't really understand, but I'm not complaining. It is however supposed to continue snowing for another 48 hours because apparently the storm is just circling New England, so who knows how much we'll end up getting in total. The wind is also crazy blowing the snow all over the place even more so driving conditions are awesome as you can imagine.
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Nov. 28th, 2009

simon

It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Well, it's that time of year again. If you'd like a Christmas card, please comment with your address. All comments will be screened.

Oct. 1st, 2009

fault-blame

Supernatural

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May. 17th, 2009

fault-blame

(no subject)

Dear Prison Break,

Fuck you. Fuck you. Fuck you. I hate you & hope you burn in hell.

Hatefully,

Me

Apr. 13th, 2009

fault-blame

WTF

Dear 24,

You know, I didn't really think I could hate you anymore considering how many characters I love that you've killed off. But no...you had to go & do that. So really, all I can say is: Fuck. You.

No love,

Me

Mar. 28th, 2009

rippersgirl

MS Walk

Every hour of every day, someone is diagnosed with MS, including my father. That's why I registered for Walk MS, and that's why I'm asking you to support my fund raising efforts with a tax-deductible donation.

Eighty-five (85) percent of the proceeds from the walk provide help for today and hope for tomorrow to 14,000 families in Massachusetts and New Hampshire who are affected by MS, through education, support, advocacy, and research.

For example, with $1,000 the Chapter can fund modifications to a person's home to make it accessible.

One thousand dollars will also fund respite care that allows a family caregiver to have time out of the house.

Your contribution will also support the Society's research efforts, including world renowned local scientists who are investigating nervous system repair and protection, pediatric MS diagnosis and treatment, genetic underpinnings of MS, and the long-term impacts of MS.


It's faster and easier than ever to support this cause that's so important to me. Simply click on the link at the bottom of this message. If you prefer, you can send your contribution to the address listed below.

Walk MS National MS Society, Central New England Chapter PO Box 845945 Boston, MA 02284-5945

Any amount, great or small, helps to make a difference in the lives of people with MS. I appreciate your support and look forward to letting you know how I do.



Donate
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Mar. 15th, 2009

buffy behaved women

What the hell?

I find this article extremely disturbing.  I just don't understand & I can only imagine the amount of books that will be thrown away & the amount of history as well & it makes me very sad & pissed off.

Feb. 27th, 2009

simon

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Happy Birthday ladyforash!!!



Hope you have a fantabulous day! :-)
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Feb. 3rd, 2009

rippersgirl

(no subject)

Also highlighted thanks to the lovely gwennymae who got me a gift certificate to do so :-)

And I have this spiffy new computer with a built in camera, which I'm not completely sure of how to use yet, but I have managed to take a picture & upload it to photobucket, so hopefully it has all worked and you can all see my cute new haircut which is under the cut.

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In other health news, I'm slowly starting to feel better. I'm still rather achey & sore, but the muscle cramps are definitely lessening. I think a good massage would really help, but I'm kind of afraid it would also rather hurt, so I'm up in the air about it at the moment.

The only sucky thing is that it's worst at night when I'm trying to sleep. I can't seem to find a comfortable position. And then first thing in the morning I'm very stiff & sore. So I feel like I would feel even better if I could actually get a good night's sleep. But I see my PCP next Monday, so I'll talk to her about everything.

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