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I'm in a mood for a little bit of dangerous fun... (be gentle now... no wrecking my life, please)

Ask me a question you've been curious about, or dare me with a larger journal topic to write on in the next few days.

And don't forget to leave behind your own url if you have one.

-- Anonymous, May 23, 2000


How 'bout having Kevin write a guest entry about what you were like in high school? With pictures?

That's not exactly the question I want to ask, but it's close enough.

xo Sara

-- Anonymous, May 23, 2000

lol.. I will pass that request along, Sara! Dunno if he can pull out anymore pictures though seeing as how I was BLACKBALLED from the yearbook!

I may have one or two around here though from the era...

-- Anonymous, May 23, 2000

Truth: If you could wave a wand, and one person in your life would do exactly one thing you wanted them to, to the letter, at whom would you wave it, and what would you have them do?

Constantly taking dares at Headspace

-- Anonymous, May 24, 2000


Me, write a journal about Lynda. First, I don't write journals (I hate to write), give me a math or science problem any day, that is why I teach Science and not English. Second, I'm not sure I can write about Lynda and do just to the friendship we had and lost and have slowly rebuilt. Third, I do plan to respond to some of what Lynda wrote on April 28th, about the reunion. I just have to find the time, which would be about now before finals come up.

-- Anonymous, May 24, 2000

Well, Lynda, the clitoris is always a fun topic. I once wrote a twelve page poem about searching for something-- and ended by finding the clitoris. People laughed hard when I read it publicly, but it was a serious poem.

Really, I think the best thing for you to write about right now is what your ambitions are regarding writing, what your goals are. It used to be that sanity was your goal, I guess, but that doesn't seem to be motivating you anymore-- (maybe you've gotten sane?)-- so to get over this writer's block you might want to try thinking aloud about why you want to continue writing-- if you even do.

Hey, I hope you do.

-- Anonymous, May 24, 2000

By the way, Lynda, I like the poem a lot.

-- Anonymous, May 24, 2000

Having taken on zombie co-workers, how about the vampire bosses? I'm sure you (like most of us) have had bloodsucker employers ... Or how about needy 'psychic vampire' friends/co-workers?

-- Anonymous, May 24, 2000

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