I, like my parents before me, throw myself 150% into things before moving swiftly on to the next new exciting phase.
Checking up on her became a ritual, and as my breakup receded further into the past, I found myself more interested in keeping tabs on her than on him.
Every time I start a new book, I feel a little twinge of sadness for all the other ones I didn't get to start.

Aug 24, 2012 at 5:00pm | 105 comments

Food, music, you name it. When I find something I like, I consume it voraciously. Until I don’t anymore.
all my things are awesome
Only keeping the things I need to live seems awfully boring.
Literary obsession is a lot like social engagement, only it’s more consuming and energizing and it takes place inside your head where you don’t have to deal with human people at all.
annoying hippies
Last weekend I spent upwards of an hour talking to a total stranger about Miles' poop, dog parks with gravel and assholes with chocolate. It was a terrifying glimpse at what life will look like when I decide to spawn.

Oct 5, 2011 at 11:00am | 0 comments

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If they're good enough for the Beatles, they're certainly good enough for Shannon.