snapshots of an idle mind

January 23, 2006

pollen counts

Filed under: Uncategorized — sassinak @ 12:46 pm

[i’m starting this sunday night and finishing it monday…]

my neighbour and i are hanging out again and he’s sitting on the couch reading a food encyclopedia and i’m blogging. shut up of course i’m blogging, i’m an addict. okay so we haven’t talked in about ten minutes and it’s SO NICE.

so nice.

the thing i miss about living with people is just having the energy of other living beings around. he’s over there reading, i’m over here typing and we’re both totally happy. his ipod is currently playing death cab for cutie and the cats are grooming themselves so actually all four of the lifeforms in my home are content.

and no one is talking. no one needs to talk and no one feels uncomfortable in the silence. in fact we’re happier because we aren’t speaking.

and i’m struck by how few people i feel that way around. i’m related to almost all of them actually and the rest of you know who you are.

there is something about people you don’t have to talk around that is so intrinsically comforting. this will seem strange to those of you who know me in day to day life because *i* (yes me, little miss sassinak) am a blabbermouth. i will talk about anything with anyone at the drop of a hat.

but sometimes i just need to be quiet and get lost in my head and it’s a rare human that i can do that around and slowly i’m beginning to realise that that too is an essential quality for me.

hell othercat and i? we can ignore each other for hours… and have. all the while completely happy to be sharing air. my sister and i? there is a photo of us sitting at opposite ends of a couch while utterly engrossed in our respective reading.

why is this funny? because we’re like bookends our positions are so similar.

there is something so wonderful about just sitting around and drinking in someone’s energy. that’s probably because i have to feel pretty safe with someone to be quiet around them and even more so to ignore them and thus it will almost certainly happen with someone whose energy i also appreciate. [course there are two kinds of ignore :)]

i can’t really explain it but it’s like giving your soul a glass of water lightly tinged with someone you care for and trust.

oh man i’m a sap.

there have been some rather strange happenings in the blogverse lately and i’ve been struck by something. when people get used to something they don’t like letting it change.

actually jack johnson nailed it (shock awe, i know):

“Losing hope is easy
When your only friend is gone
And every time you look around
Well, it all, it all just seems to change
But hanging on is easy
When you’ve got a friend to call
When nothings making sense at all
You’re not the only one that’s afraid of change”
-jack johnson – losing hope (brushfire fairytales)

anyway some people have chucked their blogs. others have changed them. others have added contributors and so on. and some of these people are taking abuse for it. i don’t understand… noone tells ME how to operate my blog so why would i feel like i could tell someone else what to do?

as usual this is only an example. i have pilates students who say things like ‘but i’ve always…’ and i’m like ‘yes and i’m asking you to try…’ and they get this weird look on their faces. okay so metaphoring on.

i get into a routine with my blogs. i check my blogroll which is hopelessly out of date and then i surf my links a little and then i check my comments again (okay this all happens at the same time but whatever, i’m borderline ADD and i really really like doing 6 things at once) and so on. and when a blog disappears (like castufari did recently for example) i get a little thrown.

this little piece of my blogverse is missing and it leaves a piece out of the jigsaw that is the support structure of my life. so i can fully sympathise with the people that don’t like it when people do things with their blogs (or their lives for that matter) but the thing that they seem to miss?

it’s not THEIR blog or their life to comment on or criticize. they don’t have any rights there.

their comments are welcomed if they are in somewhat good spirit or at least approach the nature of the blog. but to attack someone’s character because you don’t like a decision they made that wasn’t about you at all?

that shit is just weird. not to mention? ridiculous, retarded and just plain wrong.

i’ve noticed over the years that i tend to speak in parables. clearly that’s not changing anytime soon.

man james blunt is so beautiful. recently i’ve been introduced to imogene heap and damm. that chick can *sing* and she makes such pretty music.

wow i just pulled out that picture of my sister and i sharing silence and i’m struck by how young we are. that pic turns out to be something like 9 years old and we look like utterly different people.

i look like a child! so does she!

wow. you don’t realise how much of your life has passed beneath your feet until you randomly look at something from what seems like just the other day and you realise it was a decade ago.

a decade.


i’m barely related to the girl in the picture. i’m not sure she would even believe that she turns into me when she gets a little older. what’s funny is that many of her fundamental traits are identical to mine. her nature is there it’s just… that girl in the picture?

she’s so much less confident, so much less willing to believe in herself, so much more willing to believe the worst of herself and definetely not a girl who would have the balls to think she could heal people’s bodies (and sometimes souls).

but that is, nonetheless, what she grows into.



  1. Great post, great quote from Jack, I’m glad you enjoy him as much as I do.

    Blogwise you’re right. I had a chat with someone about this over the weekend, I think I’ll restart it, maybe tonight.

    The ortho cleared me today and the chiro asked me to visit in 2 weeks. Time has really flown, I feel whole again.

    Be good you.

    Comment by castufari — January 23, 2006 @ 1:06 pm | Reply

  2. thanks for liking my post, i wasn’t sure i liked it that much :)

    yeah dude i should have listened several years ago when you told me about him… clearly the man is right up my alley.

    you’re starting your blog again? yay!

    and you’re cleared? nice. so nice.

    so glad no surgery for you!

    thanks dude, i try.

    Comment by sassinak — January 23, 2006 @ 1:20 pm | Reply

  3. I totally dig the sharing the space in silence thing and I must do it with everyone. At least I must give it a shot. Some people feel uncomfortable when there is silence and feel the need to fill it, which is a great way to learn more than you ever imagined about people.

    And the thing is…as much as I talk and as much of a social butterfly that I am, I love silence and I am not intimidated or bothered by it, which takes people by surprise, really.

    I need my space and my time and my silence as I think all creatures do. But I like the quiet company of someone who loves you enough not to take that time away from you and who is comfortable enough around you to just be ok with your presence and not your words.

    To me, it is a must in all romantic relationships and a very important thing for most other ones.

    Also…did I miss something? People giving other people shit about their own blogs? What? When? How? It doesn’t make sense to me. I mean, surely if you decided to not blog anymore I would not be a happy bunny and I would try to convincve you not to but in a good way, not by giving you shit… that is just wrong.

    While we share them with the world, our blogs are like an extension of us and our space and our minds. No one can tell you what to do with that. Suggestions can be entertained if appropriate but no way should anyone be given hell over what they choose to do.

    Major donkey ball suckage going on!

    And I was grooving to Jack Johnson… and yes James Blunt is indeed beautiful. He would have been more beautiful if he had been at the concert I attended just to see HIM. But whatever…he wasn’t…and that’s his loss…cause really…SNL???

    But I digress…where was I?

    Damn I am verbosing… loved the post :)


    Comment by Natalia — January 23, 2006 @ 1:23 pm | Reply

  4. i understand that putting yourself out there for everyone to comment on is a bit…frightening

    i also understand that sometimes people go too far, and that’s kind of the downfall of the anonymity the internet provides

    but, as with anything in life, you aren’t always going to have open arms to your every thought, your every experience, your every choice. some point you have to take the good with the bad and not just admit defeat, and throw a mini temper tantrum by just deleting it all and saying “fuck that.” you’re writing and posting it on a world wide medium…expect the good with the bad, and take it with a grain of “hey, they don’t know me at all” salt…instead of overreacting, ya know?

    love james blunt!

    and my mom likes to go through pictures of my brother and i when we were younger….mostly to relive us growing up into what we are now. funny thing is? outside of me being a lawyer..she predicted my brother and i to a tee. odd huh?

    Comment by da buttah — January 23, 2006 @ 2:01 pm | Reply

  5. You are a handful. A handful of intellect combined with a touch of crazy, and maybe a pinch of an old soul, if there is such a thing. I mean this all in the nicest of ways. I can see you intimidating folks with the IQ combined with the energy. No disrespect intended. Just a casual observer, which of course is what all stalkers start out to be..(playing about the stalking thing.)

    Comment by Casually Me — January 23, 2006 @ 3:47 pm | Reply

  6. I love a good silent conversationalist. It is one of the most important qualities I look for in a person. I don’t usually talk unless I have something interesting to say. Thats no problem when I first meet a person. Everything is new and I can drone on for hours. But, shortly after that point, it might be days before I have anything of importance to say. That leads people that don’t know about the silent conversation to believe that I magically got pissed at them. Not the case. I just like you enjoy the silent energy of having someone close.

    Oh and don’t change your blog or else.

    Comment by Light Strikes A Deal — January 23, 2006 @ 4:39 pm | Reply

  7. nat: i too totally dig the silent space sharing. it’s just that there are very few people i can do it with. don’t get me wrong, there are people i can IGNORE like a champion but that is so not the same thing.

    you’re right too about how much you can learn about a person when they are intimidated by silence. i’m not surprised at all that you like silence though because of the way you think.

    i’m a pretty extroverted person by all reports but i crash hard if i don’t get my quiet time. people who are willing to share that with me are especially treasured in my world because so few are.

    and yes, it’s a must romantically and damm important otherwise.

    i don’t know if you missed something, it’s happened to a few people on a few occasions and recently quite harshly to someone. it’s not my tale though and they will tell it or no as they wish. if they do i hope they tell it here also.

    it is just wrong, and your way would be positive reinforcement which is all too lacking in this world today. but yeah, i just don’t get how someone thinks they can tell off someone else for how they choose to blog.

    it’s a blog. by it’s very nature it is shaped by the writer.

    i love your verbosing… and your taste in music! :)

    elle: i don’t know if it’s frightening because the popularity of my blog happened very slowly. i wrote in it for months before anyone really noticed it so i got sort of used to it.

    that said, i don’t have the kind of blog that leads to people attacking me. it’s too uh… innocent? not so confrontational?

    but yeah my skin is pretty thick and i think if someone nasty started emailing or commenting i would just delete unread after a while… but what if it was you (for example) … i would be much more hurt if you said nasty things to me than if some stranger did.

    but yeah, i’m so used to being hated (recall the school days) that i don’t think i would care. who knew that thick skin would come in handy someday?

    oh man that’s so cute of your mom. it’s scary that i’m doing that to my own life !!

    Comment by sassinak — January 23, 2006 @ 5:07 pm | Reply

  8. cas: i’m for sure a handful. i’m a nut and eccentric and scary smart and ridiculously observant of people. i suspect there’s a bit of old soul in myself as well… i feel things so deeply most times.

    yay i get another stalker *snicker*

    i don’t mean to be intimidating (johnny says i have a friendly brilliance) but i guess i just am. i don’t really get it since i’m inside myself and i don’t see me from the outside but enough people have said it that i’m starting to believe it.

    lsd: it’s funny that you say you don’t usually talk since you and i have these marathon conversations. course once we’re all caught up it’s different.

    still i don’t really think of you as particularly quiet though i do find you easy to be quiet with.

    *snicker* i don’t think you’re pissed when you get quiet, i think you’re answering email in your head again.

    i don’t want to change my blog, i just want my fingers to stop hurting cause it’s fucking up the climbing.

    Comment by sassinak — January 23, 2006 @ 5:13 pm | Reply

  9. I love those self-realisation moments, when you’re looking at a picture or your mom is telling a story and you’re like… wow. That was me?

    At new year’s Nat and I just sat in her living room, she on the laptop and me with a cheap novel and just chilled for hours. It’s nice to have that comfort level with a friend. Essential to have it with a partner.

    Comment by JMai — January 23, 2006 @ 5:52 pm | Reply

  10. silence is golden. amen.

    people hate you? so not seeing why. me? i can see why i’m hateable. but you? not really seeing how..or why….

    my blog got kinda popular quick i guess, but, i’m not one to really give a shit if people i don’t know like/don’t like me. and that was my attitude at the outset…..

    granted now some of you are my busom blog buddies, and your opnions do count…


    Comment by da buttah — January 23, 2006 @ 5:52 pm | Reply

  11. sitting silently with ya…love that. true its so rare to find people you can do that with…

    Comment by Jenn! — January 23, 2006 @ 6:11 pm | Reply

  12. note to self: never start a comment on sass’s blog then after writing for 20 minutes, and several paragraphs later, go and start a comment on casually me’s blog.

    At least not without saving my work.


    Comment by Mike — January 23, 2006 @ 6:13 pm | Reply

  13. I have always loved women who knit or crochet. Why? Because while they are at work we can have as much or as little conversation as we feel like, and it doesn’t seem strange to be silent or just read. Also I have a thing for misshapen sweaters and scarves.

    A decade ago…the tail end of university, fraternity life, spending almost every night at my sorority girlfriend’s place, except on weekends when she would come to my place (lived at the frat house)and we would get drunk/stoned…owned a stretch limo then, which me and a frat-brother bought expecting to make money, but we all just drove around in it til he wrecked it…owned a painting company then too, with the same guy, which actually made us enough money to…ok I’m sure nobody cares what I was doing 10 years ago

    Comment by Mike — January 23, 2006 @ 6:40 pm | Reply

  14. lsd: or else what?

    JM: yeah it’s pretty funny. i was struck dumb by HOW BAD the tori spelling eyebrows were but otherwise what i really notice is how unlived in that girl’s face is. there’s no wrinkles or character, it’s like a blank canvas waiting to be sketched in.

    so weird that i like my face so much better with lines on it.

    oh dude that sounds like a great new year’s. isn’t it nice to have friends like that? (and yeah word to the essential in a partner)

    elle: amen.

    no wait noone hates me i think uh… let me reread what i typed. oh yeah, WHEN i was in school i was the kid that everyone hated. because of that i no longer really care if people like me. funny thing? way more people like me since i stopped giving a shit.

    anyway i think with the blog buddies you can start to tell after a while who is going to be a real friend and who will just be a random commenter. they may get treated the same but time does tell.

    see you would care if i said nasty things about you wouldn’t you? i would totally care if you said nasty things about ME! but would i care if anonymous did? or joeionlycommentedonce did? nope.

    Comment by sassinak — January 23, 2006 @ 7:48 pm | Reply

  15. Jenn: it totally is and i treasure it.

    mike: dude do the comment on his blog and then click back twice and your comment will still be there. i found this out the hard way :)

    now i want to know what you said.

    re the knitting or crocheting that’s awesome. i would say it’s a lot like hrm… making a mixed tape or something. a task you can totally share or not at will.

    heee i love homemade scarves.

    actually i was really curious where the rest of that sentence was going… does that make me nobody? :)

    Comment by sassinak — January 23, 2006 @ 7:49 pm | Reply

  16. Hmm… trying to remember what I said before I lost my message (I lost my comment on both blogs, BTW0… I remember I started out describing the couscous thing I’d made for dinner…and I said something about how much I loved reading Casually Me’s blog, and even how interesting his comments are, how surprised I was after expecting him to be just a big thug or something…then mentioned that I’m straight.

    I mentioned briefly how I’ve been blessed with a non-painful back for 12 years after 5 years of constant pain…

    Talked about how having had a political blog I hadn’t really had to put myself “out there”, though a full read of the years of writing would give an idea of how mildly odd I really am.

    And in my hour of darkness she is standing right in front of me. Let it be.

    Comment by Mike — January 23, 2006 @ 9:37 pm | Reply

  17. mike: that sucks dude. there is nothing more frustrating than that.

    also couscous? yummy.

    what did you do to get your back to stop hurting?

    i think odd is underrated. i’m odd or weird or eccentric or nuts and i love it…

    mmm the beatles. love me some lennon and mccartney. nobody writes songs like they did. nobody.

    Comment by sassinak — January 23, 2006 @ 10:18 pm | Reply

  18. I can’t explain why my back stopped hurting. After near paralysis from the pain, and a summer on the most uncomfortable fold-out couch in history, it was fine and never came back. Maybe you need an uncomfortable fold-out.

    You know, I think some of the greatest people in history were odd… Einstein, Lincoln, I know I’d have gotten along just fine with either of them.

    Couscous…am i I becoming a vegetarian? I mean, I still eat lots of meat, but I have got 2 types of tufu in my fridge and I actually like it.

    I love the beatles, but my fav was George. I was sad when he died a year or 2 ago. My favourite Beatles song is “While my guitar gently weeps”, which George wrote. And the song “my sweet lord”, George’s only Solo hit, was great too. In fact I’m listening to it right now.

    Comment by Mike — January 23, 2006 @ 11:26 pm | Reply

  19. mike: that’s the weirdest thing i ever heard. seriously. you fucked your back more to make it better.

    i tend to get along well with brilliant or eccentric people but that may be because of my borderline add *grin*

    i don’t know if you’re becoming a vegetarian but i know that the majority of folks i talk to start going off meat when they hit 30 or so. or at least want a lot less of it.

    the beatles are the best, all four of them. that said, most of my favourite songs happen to be l&m cause they wrote so many of them. that said, my guitar gently weeps is one fantastic song.

    Comment by sassinak — January 24, 2006 @ 12:40 am | Reply

  20. LMAO Obviously the blog police haven’t been to mine, I changed it YET again today…wish me luck in keeping this way for more than 24 hours!

    Comment by debambam — January 24, 2006 @ 4:16 am | Reply

  21. debenbaum, my blog has gone through a few transitions in the past 3 or 4 years, you have to write about whatever you are interested in writing about. It’s YOUR blog.

    sass, when I remember the years of pain, when I see my sister now in massive pain, I know that somehow I got really lucky. I’d continue, but I really am late. gotta run.

    Comment by Mike — January 24, 2006 @ 7:16 am | Reply

  22. deb: yeah it’s pretty funny how people get attached to things and feel like they have a right to tell the things owner what to do with them.

    good luck!

    mike: exactly.

    you are really lucky, what happened to your sister?

    Comment by sassinak — January 24, 2006 @ 11:37 am | Reply

  23. K, I think this is one of my favoritestestest posts of yours.

    I totally get that ‘loving to have someone around and feeling comfy enough with them to not talk’ vibe you’re talkin’ about. I’m not a big talker, at all, and it’s fantastic when I get around those people who I can just sit with and not have to say anything. That was kind of the case when I went to school. Now, because I’m always around my parents I’m kind of forced to talk (my mom makes me talk all the time) and it’s driving me insane. I just want to be around people who appreciate that silence just as much as me and are comfortable enough with me to enjoy it.

    And the blogosphere? YES! You always tend to say what I can’t put into words. No one has the right to be so judgmental when it comes to someone else’s blog. It’s that person’s space. Have some respect for the decisions they make, and the information they share.

    On that note, I was only thinkin’ of taking a week off…at the most. I’ll be back very soon. It’s one of those things where as soon as you say you’re taking a break, you find that you have a lot to say. Figures!

    Comment by Blondie — January 24, 2006 @ 12:09 pm | Reply

  24. I think your blog is a bit misleading…IDLE MIND? I don’t think that ever applies…in your case…

    Comment by Casually Me — January 24, 2006 @ 12:32 pm | Reply

  25. blondie: really? that’s excellent. i didn’t realise it was so moving but it seems to have affected a few of you.

    i became a big talker as a defense mechanism when i was very young. it is an enormous measure of trust for me to feel comfortable enough with you not to have to talk. i seem like an extrovert but that’s like a graft i put on to protect myself.

    i’m absolutely outgoing and all but i need my quiet time immensely and the older and more confident i get the less talking i do.

    can you move?

    i don’t know how i manage to put into words what y’all are thinkin’ but i seem to do it a lot. the case in particular that i’m referring to pissed me off like i can’t even tell you. if people are sharing their lives you appreciate what they share and you don’t cuss them out for changing a little.

    okay enjoy your time off and we look forward to seeing you again.

    why not blog it all and just save it as drafts?

    cas: when my mind isn’t busy it’s blogging… so when i’m idle you get a snapshot of my thoughts…

    or something like that :)

    but thanks for the compliment.

    Comment by sassinak — January 24, 2006 @ 2:35 pm | Reply

  26. Or else I’ll secretly find a way to bring the conservative party to power in Canada:) It’ll be snowballs and shotguns with George and Steve.

    Welcome to the darkside.

    Comment by Light Strikes A Deal — January 24, 2006 @ 4:31 pm | Reply

  27. oh god
    oh god

    please help me

    let’s move to europe.

    Comment by sassinak — January 24, 2006 @ 4:40 pm | Reply

  28. The French seem pretty friendly to foreigners lately. Lets go there. Wee?

    Comment by Light Strikes A Deal — January 24, 2006 @ 4:54 pm | Reply

  29. sold.

    [uh just a thought… the food in italy is better…]

    Comment by sassinak — January 24, 2006 @ 5:02 pm | Reply

  30. I love Indian food. And if I moved to India I could walk around in just a diaper.

    Also I’ve been getting interested in the spiritual side of yoga. I used to think yoga was just about sitting in awkward positions.

    Comment by Mike — January 24, 2006 @ 6:19 pm | Reply

  31. yoga IS just about sitting in awkward positions… AND finding your self and your body and a connection to the universe :)

    and yeah, indian food kicks ass.

    Comment by sassinak — January 24, 2006 @ 10:56 pm | Reply

  32. Have you ever done yoga? I’ve been reading up on it, and I’ve tried a few things, but I am thinking that I am going to find some sort of yoga videotapes or maybe a yoga class in my area to try out.

    When I was a kid my mom was into it, and she taught my sister and I some things. I remember I was very good at something called the “sleeping tortoise”, but now I just don’t have the flexibility.

    Comment by Mike — January 25, 2006 @ 7:00 am | Reply

  33. i’ve done a little yoga and there’s a lot of yoga/pilates crossover these days. but i’ve taken pure yoga classes as well and while i can see the appeal pilates is my bag.

    that said, i’m fascinated by movement so it’s really all neat to me.

    that said, you cannot do anything nicer for your body then to give it yoga or pilates or tai chi or nia. you just can’t :)

    there’s a good iyengar studio at yonge/lawrence but otherwise give me your coordinates and i’ll ask around for you.

    it’s nice to be flexible… gives you… options *g*

    Comment by sassinak — January 25, 2006 @ 8:06 am | Reply

  34. I’m at Dundas and Royal York. There’s not an awful lot of commercial space around here, so I’d imagine that someplace east on Dundas or on Bloor might be the closest I’d find a good vinegar studio (ok I know you said iyengar, but come on…)

    OK I just did a search and there’s one literally around the corner from me called the Singing Lotus Yoga Studio. Gay name, but til Eddie Van Halen opens up a Yoga Studio, I’ll have to deal.

    Unfortunately I was an idiot and accepted a new cushy position I don’t even want at work, and start next week. I may lose my lovely 9-5 Mon-Friday thing, so I’ll have to wait a few weeks and see what my schedule is like before joining the Van Halen Yoga and Rock Guitar studio.

    Comment by Mike — January 25, 2006 @ 6:11 pm | Reply

  35. there’s a pretty good pilates studio at bloor and windemere called retrofit bodyworks. you might want to take a stab at that?

    a vinegar studio… good lord what will you say if i tell you about bikram?

    oh man i’m so imagining eddie van halen opening a yoga studio and what it would be like and damm that shit is funny.

    what’s the new job and why did you take it if you don’t want it? what would you end up doing and what would your schedule be like?

    Comment by sassinak — January 25, 2006 @ 11:34 pm | Reply

  36. why is my last comment yellow?

    Comment by Mike — January 26, 2006 @ 12:18 am | Reply

  37. …oh because it didn’t save. good thing I’ve learned to copy before sending…


    The new job involves spending my day filling out forms, clearing out old phone numbers and making them available again, and other mind-numbing work. I took it as a roundabout way to a promotio I’m going to want later. However this week I discovered a neat path to promotion within my own department, and since I am apparently carrying my team as far as the company is concerned, I would have stood a great shot at it. Unfortunately it’s too late.

    I’ll be honest, I know pilates has something do do with yoga, but I really have no clue what it is. I haven’t wanted to say that because it would make me look dumb and..well maybe that’s the only reason.

    Bikram…I could try to appear brighter by doing a google search, but without knowing the meaning, it kind of makes me think of a garnish, a combination of pickles relish and mustard. mmm.. I think I’m going to make some bikram tomorrow night.

    Comment by Mike — January 26, 2006 @ 12:19 am | Reply

  38. mike: i don’t know, why is your last comment yellow? *g*

    okay that job sounds agonizing though. i mean ouch. forgive me for dissing but you’re not exactly enthusiastic sounding.

    you could go talk to your boss or hr and be like ‘you know i’m better suited for this job here because blah’ and they might respect you enough to go for it??


    pilates is a form of movement related to martial arts, yoga and dance but with a totally different foundation.

    personally i find it funnier to hear what you come up with… let’s see. there’s hot yoga but hrm…

    i know… feldenkrais is not too disimilar … what’s a feldenkrais?

    Comment by sassinak — January 26, 2006 @ 1:07 am | Reply

  39. Pilates is somethihng I have a feeling I’d need to see to understand.

    Hot Yoga, I may have tried that once under a different name. Very um..relaxing, good for the soul. I’d take classes in that.

    I’m not really sure what a feldenkrais is. Is it related to a practice in which….oh yeah mom and dad are reading…I don’t know what it is.

    Comment by Mike — January 26, 2006 @ 4:34 pm | Reply

  40. sass: i have to say the silent thing you have going is great… i am like that too..
    i read in one of the comments you made as to why its a trusting thing for you.. and i think you may have pinpointed it for me as well.. i never knew why around certain people i could sit on the sofa and not utter a sound for hours.. but i can.. and it turns out (as i mentally checked the list) that those are the people i am most comfortable around..

    so thank you.. that was a nice thing to know about you ,, and in turn myself! :)

    Comment by sugarpunk — January 27, 2006 @ 12:29 pm | Reply

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    Comment by pilates video — February 15, 2006 @ 10:37 am | Reply

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