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• Censorship is ugly, but still not the ugliest bird in the sky. Happily, this has never been necessary.

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I can only imagine what must have gone through the mind of the local after-school program advisor, when I introduced myself at the gas station and discussed volunteering to write an entire prospectus, so the program can apply for grant money and I can graduate.

    TAGS:  hopeful, serendipity, volunteering

obit (hopeful) :: boot

Died laughing.

    TAGS:  hopeful, obituary

Conditioning :: pam

Behind one sliding door of the pantry was food, while behind the other was the vacuum cleaner; the dog knew the difference - it even knew the difference between the sounds of the doors - and so the dog’s raw-edged emotions toward Pantry ranged between hopefulness and sheer panic.

    TAGS:  food, dogs, sounds, conditioning, hopeful

Tammy hoped that if she ever ended up in a state that involved walking around town speaking random phrases out loud, she hoped she would at least have enough sense left to wear earphones (plugged in or no).

    TAGS:  planning, hopeful, insanity


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