“England is just a small island. Its roads and houses are small. With few exceptions, it doesn’t make things that people in the rest of the world want to buy. And if it hadn’t been separated from the continent by water, it almost certainly would have been lost to Hitler’s ambitions.” — Mitt Romney
So, Parks and Rec fans, does this election remind you of the story line when Leslie was running for city counsel? This seems like something Bobby Newport would do!
I find it really attractive when someone can always have something to talk about with me. Conversations where we can just be open about things and not have any awkwardness in between. We can basically talk about anything and just ramble on and on until one of us has to go sleep or something. Long replies to a text message is also really attractive. The longer a reply, the longer I’ll make my replies. I just love people like this.
It is too bad there is no generic for this particular inhaler. It is an asthma preventative thing and relatively new, which makes in kind of expensive to breathe. Quiet honestly, this time around if family wasn’t there to help me I would have been in some trouble.
Family, LITERALLY, helps me breathe easier.
I also got the food stuffs I needed, which means I may be a grown up and make a real dinner for tonight. Maybe a hummus veggie wrap, it is light and cool for summer eatin.
Anyway, I survived that great big world! :-D Now onto the reading.
But I only have an almost empty jar of salsa, a single potato, and a small wedge of spicy cheese in my fridge. (<—- this might still be combined for dinner tonight… it is just becoming one of those days.)
Oh yeah, and I like breathing and need to grab a new inhaler.
… damn. I have to wear shoes.
/still drives in bare feet, puts on shoes before she leaves the car.
“The brain appears to possess a special area which we might call poetic memory and which records everything that charms or touches us, that makes our lives beautiful.”—Milan Kundera, from The Unbearable Lightness of Being, trans. Michael Henry Heim (via growing-orbits)
As Whedon discloses in the DVD commentary, much of the dialogue and imagery was inspired by Jean-Paul Sartre. In his essay We’re All Just Floating in Space, Lyle Zynda analyzes this episode’s interpretation of existential meaninglessness, arguing that…