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Friday, August 27, 2004


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"Sometimes if you're lucky, someone comes into your life who'll take up a place in your heart that no one else can fill, someone who's tighter than a twin, more with you than your own shadow, who gets deeper under your skin than your own blood and bones."

Hey, I read your blog today and it really helped me a lot. Could you imagine when you wrote this piece that three years later somebody would really benefit from it??! I am dealing with trust issues, my finace (whatever he is) is going to visit his child tomorrow. He is staying in his ex-wife's house and in the back of my mind, I just know he is going to sleep with her. However, in the front of my mind, I choose to trust him. I either don't care at all or I honestly trust him. I'm not sure which it is! Either way, I choose to trust. If he sleeps with her, there is nothing I can do about it and likely if I question him about it, he will lie. I choose to trust. Thank you so much for this blog. I am actually going to print it out and keep it to read over and over!! THANKS AGAIN!

Wow Mari. I hope when I watch the movie I get out of it what you did and not just notice how hot Portman is!

ahhhhhhhh our parallel lives, mari-- i have a ring (which i had made in my twenties) that has these words pressed into it: "scuttling across the floors of silent seas." Eliot is special for me b/c this poem REMINDS me of the paralysis of sexual and social insecurity, and to "just do it" as you say. j, on the other hand, is less patient, more aggressive: "just eat the damn peach" was his response. pretty funny.

i saw it last night too

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