Friday, December 28, 2007

for 2008.

I am working on compiling my list of "resolutions," but this is probably the most important.
I never want to be the person who gives up at a locked door...I always want to be the person who goes to the back or through a whatever it takes to find a way in.

Friday, December 21, 2007


it's official.
I am over christmas.
The stress of packing, buying christmas presents, anticipating the 8 hour drive through the bowels of Alabama and being home for 4 days is driving me to question if it is legal to drink and drive in Alabama and Mississippi. I think that is only in Louisiana, however.
Doesn't it seem like Christmas used to be so much more magical and so much less stressful? Maybe I'm just getting older. I'm sure I'll have much to blog about upon returning to the ATL...stay tuned and have a super-duper-major-fucking-happy-holiday season!

Saturday, December 15, 2007


Yes folks, god IS in the proper spelling.

Friday, December 14, 2007

Too much of a good thing?

Is it just me or does it seem excessive the amount of online social-networking that is available to us? Here is my tally:

2 blogs (I'm pretty good at keeping up with this)
Facebook profile (that I check only if someone sends me a message)
MySpace profile (I hate myspace...the format is horrific)
Friendster profile (I don't even know why I have this)
LinkedIn profile (this is the only one that seems remotely useful)
Flickr Account (for photography/images)
JPG magazine (for more photography)
YouTube (for questionably entertaining videos...usually filmed after several cocktails)

What the F#$cK? Doesn't this seem a little ridiculous? Am I the only one or are there others out there as well?

Monday, December 10, 2007

Happy Monday.

People...I know you probably just forgot or, perhaps, you don't really care. Either is fine, but don't forget to give this blog some love! Mary Campbell Design Blog

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Wednesday Poetry.

I love this....even though I stole it from another blog. Not much else to say...this poem really says it all. Enjoy :)

Becoming Larger Than Our Skin Allows

We seek metaphors
To describe our friendships
But alas, even these fall short of our true emotions
So we joke, tell stories, and hold each other
Accepting the inner weaving of our connections
As part of the evolving tapestry of our lives
What is amazing to me
Is how little it takes to impact another human being
In profound and deep ways
Simply by being present
By witnessing each others stories
By honoring each others thoughts and feelings
It is physically possible to lift each other up
And hold each other under a starlit sky
Enough to feel the power of the universe enfold us
Wrapping us up with simultaneous feelings of love and immensity
Yes, we are only a speck in the whole of things
Yet, our love mingled with the love of others
Is more immense than we can ever intellectually know
Our ability to tap into the collective energy of the world
Allows us to transcend our language
Each of us becoming larger than our skin allows
Each of us finding power
From the source of our humility and awe
But mostly from each other
As our hands work to lift each other higher

-Doc Klein