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Dailies for 03.29.2010

Natural Law

Dana @ 12:46 AM | Filed under: Podcast

She glanced at us through the glass, looking at no one in particular, after which she went back to reading her Vogue magazine.

I could see from where I stood, panting, that it was the latest issue, the one with Angelina Jolie on the cover. Man! What I wouldn’t give to be reading that exact issue right now; to be doing anything for that matter that would allow me to breathe in enough air to survive. Instead I was gasping and sweating to the beat of the latest power mix tape. I could also see, somewhere between push up number 32 and 33, that she had on a crimson-ish lip gloss and a touch of rose colored blush.

It didn’t seem fair somehow that she would be enjoying her workout in such a civilized way, browsing the pages of her magazine, stepping on her stair master, without a hair out of place while, I was struggling to remember what day of the week it was…

Dailies for 03.22.2010

Talk This Way!

Dana @ 2:13 AM | Filed under: Podcast

If you ever expect to have what it is that you really want -

At some point you are going to have to be bold enough to say that you have it even if it looks like you don’t!

In fact, in order for anything to exist in reality, someone, somewhere, at some point, had to say that…

Dailies for 03.15.2010

Playing Catch Up

Dana @ 3:41 AM | Filed under: Podcast

Don’t you hate it when you get hit with something from out of left field that knocks the wind right out of your sail?

I do, especially when I’m just minding my own business.

I hate it when I’m just living my life, going about my day, not bothering anybody else, and seemingly out of nowhere – POW! I get hit, by someone else’s…

Dailies for 03.01.2010

Where The Brave Dare Not Go

Dana @ 1:46 AM | Filed under: Podcast

I have always been reluctant to rely on mainstream conversation to dictate for me what is or isn’t real. Whether or not everybody is talking about something yet, has never been my measuring stick for what can or can not be.

I hear a lot of people say a lot of things. As a matter of fact, a lot of people say a lot of the same things over and over, just because a lot of people are saying that same thing, so that pretty soon, that same thing that everyone has been saying over and over again, begins to determine just how high we might fly or how long we might passively comply with furthering someone else’s intention to maintain the status quo. The careless talk that we allow ourselves to agree with and then repeat will…

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