Monthly Archives: June 2012

A dispatch from the homeland

More stuff thrown into the Current River. This is what we do, ya’all.

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A conversation with my roommate

“Oh! So the futon made it safely to Andrew’s garage. It’s going to be a pain in the ass to put back together though. Just a heads up.” “In what way? “I suppose that’s a little dramatic. It probably won’t … Continue reading

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A dispatch from the homeland

Just so you know, the Little Black Rural Fire District is named after a river.

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Blast from the past

So, this is me in 3rd grade. I don’t really have much else to say about it.

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A conversation with my grandmother

“Are you riding your bicycle today?” “Yep.” “In this heat?” “Gas is up again and I┬árefuse to pay for it.” “Well, I hope you don’t turn into a puddle of oil. That’s melted fat, you know.” “Oh.” “You’d probably turn … Continue reading

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A conversation with a friend

“What’s up, Caroline?” “Procrastinating a run. You?” “Eating at a truck stop by myself. Sounds miserable, but it’s kinda great.” “It sounds right up your alley.” “I feel like I’m about to make a shady business deal or cheat on … Continue reading

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A text message from my sister

“A little sunshine: Some guy at” the gym “just asked me what I compete in and I said, ‘Oh, I’m a nudist’ and left straight-faced. Annie wins.”

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