Hours and arms

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Commute at dawn

O, I have a bicycle;
O, I have my lover —

On my bare arms and
arrogance
I swear, no one
has ever
been happier

Late summer through early winter, 2011

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The lab did a terrible job scanning these, but I don't mind. From southeastern Massachusetts, New Hampshire, San Francisco, the Chicago suburbs.

Monday

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Things are not bad at all except for when I think they are

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* The more I freak out about how bad being unemployed is, the less capable I am of securing employment.

* This could be a nice enough time if I let it be.

* Stressors I do not have to deal with include: paying rent, paying for groceries. Thanks, Mom and Dad.

* I have money in my bank account from the last six weeks of temping. Not enough to move out, but enough to go places and do things and relax a little about what living expenses I do have.

* And I have plenty of time and energy now to do things that will keep me feeling okay (IF I LET THEM) such as sleep enough, meditate, watch Xena, ride my bike, be with my love, bake...

* All I have to do is keep putting in some work every day (vis–à–vis job applications) and keep learning.

Final day of employment

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Read in April 2013

Titles link to the pertinent Goodreads page — feel free to add me as a friend.

1. Woman and Nature: The Roaring Inside Her, by Susan Griffin

2. Blessing the Boats: New and Selected Poems, 1988-2000, by Lucille Clifton

3. The Beautiful: Collected Poems, by Michelle Tea

4. Fun Home, by Allison Bechdel

5. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, by J.K. Rowling (reread)

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