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Special guest star Stephen Greenblatt!
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First off, I'm slightly sickish. It's worse at night and in the mornings but my tonsils are the size of large marbles. Kat's sick too so she sneezes at me and I cough at her. It does mean that after I get Kristin's kids sick tonight, I am going to return home to be sick alone...

Second, I am awesome!! Broad Meadow Brook Audobon Society and Higgins Armory are both going to be at Craftmania!! Things are really looking up for that event.

Third, look what I can do ::does a handstand::

Fourth, I had a really great fall Worcester morning yesterday. i went to the farmer's market on Chandler and then the Mediterranean market. The weather is just turning now and I think I'm finally excited about fall. I got some great bread from the breadman at the Farmer's Market. You guys should check him out. Currently enjoyed roasted garlic bread....mmm

I really do think I've finally made Worcester my home. I feel like being at WCC has helped me become a strong part of the community. It's nice not just to rely solely on your school to be your community but to be able to give back to the community.

Fifth, I am scared that our nation is not going to last another week, let alone another year. Things are so messed up right now and not even if Obama is elected will everything be fixed immediately. I think I need to take all my money out of the bank and hop in my car and drive to Mexico. Who's with me? I'll get a job on a farm, learn Spanish, and won't look back.

Sixth, I really like being a photographer. Somebody should really let me take their picture.

Seventh, What's better, Organic Choices Bear or Seasonal Depression Bear? I am playing in Shaughn's game tomorrow night as well as a LARP!! I've been trying to be more creative in my free (whatever amount of free) time. It's hard in a way because I am having problems concentrating on books. I can do poetry pretty easily, lots of Heaney and Neruda.

Eighth, I've been throwing myself into a little project. I collect articles about arts education and policies related. If you know any, or read anything, please send it my way. I have an abstract project in my head.
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...I hope.

I wanna go hear Obama speak Saturday but that involves getting up mad early and driving to Manchvegas...


Sep. 9th, 2008 04:24 pm
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Maybe I am a communist after all...

I'm pretty sure I'm a socialist at the very least.

I've been on Obama's website, and it's making me smile. I am as liberal as I think I am...I think.

I come from an upper-middle class background but have no desire to live that kind of a lifestyle for the rest of my life. It is nice to have some financial support from my family but I just can't imagine a job where I'm not doing something artsy or with kids. Ergo: poordom for life.

But anyway. Obama. he's got this whole thing on his website about service:

I wanna work for the government and fight for the issues that effect us. it scares me when I have no control over my future.

I was getting nervous because i couldn't find info about the Obama Artistcorps I had heard about awhile ago.
FOUND IT!! You can dl the plan on his website.

The newest of my plans for Summer 2009: move to Arizona or New Mexico and work for arts centers out there.

or Americorps. Or maybe the ArtistCorps will be up and running by then.

I have taken to reading and a new poem everyday.

As long as I stay busy, I'm good. Keep the mind active. My first photography class went better than expected today!!
krafey: (Bridget Jones)

I have become political this summer. I know the issues that bother me and I want to change the world.

I have signed a petition asking Bush not to go to the Olympics and I have signed a petition to NBC asking them to devote more air time to the genocide in Darfur.

Please watch this video and if you want more info, please go to (i wanna work for them someday...)

Listen Up!

Jul. 29th, 2008 01:59 pm
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My cousin is a Naturopathic Physician in CT. Massachusetts is putting a bill forward that could allow physicians to practice this kind of medicine in our state.

It's really important that you all call Sal DiMasi's office: 617-722-2500 and ask him to bring Bill S.2820 to the floor for a vote.

Naturopathic Medicine is defined as: a complementary and alternative medicine which emphasizes the body's innate ability to heal and maintain itself. Naturopathic practice includes many different modalities and practitioners emphasize a holistic approach to patient care, and may recommend patients use conventional medicine alongside their treatments.

Here is a website about Naturopathic medicine:

here is a website about the bill:

It's pretty cool, actually. I hope we can have more Drs in our state practicing it at some point.

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