Category Archives: Correspondence

guts

This is the pile of things I need to read when I have free time. Non-testable handouts that will be really important for life. The pile is growing. I’ll read them someday… probably. Until then, I’ll focus on TQs and … Continue reading

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north star

A conversation with my dad on astronomy and musical choices… me – You need to check out this band… they are like a combination of Yaz and Björk. dad – That would be quite a combo. I’ll check ’em out. How … Continue reading

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keyword = partnership

…keeping it real for way longer than any sane person would find reasonable…   It’s really tricky to describe the thing we have going. I think that calling Jacob my “boyfriend” makes it sound a little too superficial, and when I … Continue reading

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hope for v-day

“Hope you have a dam fine Vday and no one is mean to you. Love Father” Dad… this is my hope for each and every day.

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looking forward

Dearest Future Me, How are you? You look real pretty today. I like what you’re doing with your hair these days. You’re so cool. I’m sure that by now, you’ve cured cancer and are living on a yacht somewhere. Have … Continue reading

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stormy weather

Have I mentioned how much I love Oklahoma? I do. A lot. I could have done without the storms last night… mom – [The weatherman] just said to put a helmet on. me – Forget it. We’re going to play … Continue reading

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tenacity

A message about/to me… I want to say                  THANK YOU                 THANK YOU                             THANK YOU For a wonderful presentation and the support for our STAY Team!  At the very end Haley you were AWESOME… of course some of … Continue reading

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