Tuesday, November 11, 2008


I wanted something that we couldn't have
we're kept in the past but you'll save me for last
the truth will unfold, how I'm growing old
to take in the cold or to be left alone
she slams the door as she falls to the floor
she wants to give up though its never enough
to let me go she has to know
we're running in circles & I can't ignore
and I want to meet you halfway
is it worth it to start again?

so hard to please
keeping me on the side
so hard to define
how we seem to collide
reflections are fading and we're losing time
it's all in your mind as we're falling behind
a picture you painted has now gone away
I can't seem to erase the portrait portrayed
shes letting me go and I'm letting her know that we're letting go
I want to meet you halfway
is it worth it to start again?

I'm running around on these feet I can't stand
I'm outside your door with my heart in my hands
and I want to meet you half way
don't go

Saturday, November 8, 2008

eye shadow

The many faces. things are changing for me in all aspects of life. I'll be leaving my job and coworkers behind, my house, my friends and my comfort. All to be traded in for a new job, coworkers, home, friends and to find new comfort.

There are so many different types of people out there "the many faces". I'm aware it may be an even trade along my new journey. There is the easy going, caring boss. The gossip girl. The jealous girl. The two faced backstabber, that I've kept around for fun? The ones who say they "live through" me. My cheerleader. The one I call when things aren't great or when things are better than great. All these many faces I will leave behind and look back and understand that they were apart of this "stepping stone" path & I have made it across for a reason. Each one of them have taught me something. Whether it was about my self or others they all have helped me, in the good & the bad.

I will miss talking with all of you. To (not) name a few...

... about his life changes, beard and music.

... about home improvements, world changes, writing and how much we're alike.

...about our hair, giving each other goose bumps, style and what great things are out there.

...about what he had for free Monday night dinner, laughing at his many jokes and trivia.

...about her man, martinis, Boston's night life and of course our hair.

...about updated celeb info, travel stew, latest and greatest gadgets and life.

Now to become the girl whose face is unknown & Path is uncertain. Yet where options are endless... It's all very bittersweet.

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

out with the old

today was a day of change alright! On the 5th day of this month brings five new things of change. Sounds like a holiday song. Anyway here is an update.

new president - that will be great change

new job offer that will change my bank account ;)

new town to paint red

new apartment to bring shabby chic to

new status when it comes to... a relationship

you heard it all right. and all right here.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

chow chow

its that time again
its tuesday.
martha stewart (who i heart)
thought it was time to picked out a new puppy, one of the above.
her chow, paw paw past away recently....
and one of these little guys will be the newest addition
i'm sure francesca and sharkey love their new buddy.
they're all so cute
how do you chose!?

Saturday, November 1, 2008

pumpkin seeds

I just love all their various shapes, colors, and textures. I hope you’ll enjoy these photos and I wish you all had a very happy, spooky, and safe Halloween!


When carving a pumpkin, it’s always fun to roast some of the seeds. Roasted pumpkin seeds are a tasty and nutritious snack, and you don’t have to wait for Halloween to nibble, because the seeds of all varieties of pumpkins and winter squashes are edible. For the simplest roasting method, scoop the seeds from your pumpkin or squash and remove the clinging pulp. Spread the seeds on a parchment lined baking sheet, sprinkle on a bit of salt, and roast in a 350-degree oven for about 40 minutes, until golden brown. The seeds will be crunchy and have a pleasant nutty flavor.