Running Behind

Posted by on January 9, 2014 in 365 daily project, 365 Day Project |

I woke up for work an hour and thirty minutes before I had to leave today and was still thirty minutes late. All I did was exercise for twenty-six minutes, then I marinated some chicken for a Hawaiian dish that I make about three times a year. I then took a shower and got ready […]



Posted by on January 8, 2014 in 365 daily project, 365 Day Project |

I heard this song on the way home today. It was originally recorded by Trent Reznor from 9 Inch Nails, but Johnny Cash covered it and made the video right before he passed away. The video is heartbreaking, covering Cash’s entire career right up to the old man sitting on his, “Empire of dirt.” Click […]

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Posted by on January 7, 2014 in 365 daily project, 365 Day Project |

It’s amazing what a fresh set of sheets can do for your love life after not washing them for so long you’ve forgotten how long it’s been. They are almost like an untouched wall in the ghetto, begging to be graffitied.

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Posted by on January 5, 2014 in 365 daily project, 365 Day Project |

This is what grocery stores in the Mid-West look like when you tell people there’s a snow storm coming. (Picture from my friend Lori. We both grew up and went to high school together in Hawaii.) P.S. I’m posting twice today because I didn’t post anything on the third. I did write in my notebook […]


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