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I am Dave and this is my scarcely updated blog. I enjoy life and the things I write in here are reflections of that. So if you want to read about my lackluster life, continue to read.
   

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Tuesday, June 28, 2005
ern

If I had something to write about, I'd update. Life is still the same... I'm sure I could be specific and more writerful, but I'm just not in the mood right now. I've been working 7 days a week the past three weeks. Kill me now, I'm so tired. Plus combine that with my running routine and I'm just wiped out. Fourth of July weekend is going to be awesome, hopefully. So here we go!

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Saturday, June 11, 2005
Goodbye, Sky Harbor

For some reason I cannot get that song out of my head. I have probably been listening to it non-stop for two weeks now. "So here I am above palm trees so straight and tall. You are smaller, getting smaller. But I still see you....". It's just so true with a lot of things right now. No matter how far away that someone is, I can still see them clearly. I don't even know what's on my mind. Everything is just a blur. We're supposed to move in November to Virginia and my mind is almost set on just going with them. I pine Washington so much. The beauty of which it possess is just amazing. I don't think I've ever seen such lack of words as when I looked over the pacific ocean and watched the sunset, nor did I not feel like I was on top of the world when I stood atop mount rainier. (Both experiances on which I owe to Sarah.) But right now it just isn't working out for me. I have a lousy job, my friends aren't all that great, and how would I survive on my own at this moment? I don't think I could. The only person I would truly miss would be Sarah. I still am contemplating on whether I should tell her.. I doubt I will though. I'd rather perserve the best of our friendship for what it's worth, and save those words and feelings for a rainy day, when they best be needed. If I could give her the world, I would.. for she makes me smile like I never have. I'm sure the east coast will offer many things and people, so can say im looking forward towards it. I think I might close down my blogdrive, going back I see how much ive changed over these last two years since I've started this really makes me proud. I guess I can say without a doubt I am a better person, and that alone should be merit enough. Plus, noone expect myself reads this, so I might as well just have a journal in writing; something more cast in iron for more personal enjoyment for the years to come. Do we not write diaries so that we can look upon them and reflect and remember? Oh well, sleep time. And just for the record, so that everyone is aware. I now run a mile everyday for two days, then have a rest day, then run two more days. So I'm averaging about 4-5 miles a week. Not bad for a beginner. Yay for running.

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Thursday, June 02, 2005
Turpentine Chaser

So what's been going on? Not a whole lot, actually. Life is still in that semi-crappy stage. But there have been some good things, like running. I started running last week. Every other day I go run for about 20-30 minutes if I can last that long. I started out doing really bad, but I have been building on it and it's actually pretty cool. You just have to get in the mind set that you really need to go do it. Which is what I'm going to be doing now as soon as I'm done with this. At least I'm practicing so I can get kinda far if I change my mind at the alter. ;) ahah. The only big thing that sucked was the first two times I did it I couldn't walk the next two days, absolutely horrible pain. But now I feel nothing and it's easy, breezy runs along the water. Other then that my parents have been gone for a week with all the little kids and it's been nice not having them all here. They went to Orlando and wont be back until... gosh, next wednesday I believe? It was kinda weird having noone here the first few nights, but after that I bought a 12 pack of beer and threw it in the fridge and just started living like the bachelor I always knew I was. :) Although I must say I'm a pretty capable bachelor, laundry done everyday and folded, dished done as well. Oh well, I'm raising the bar. Well... I think that's about it. Things with her are still breezing along and all is good. Tonight Tracey and I are going to dinner, gotta think of a good restaurant. Time to run, later kids.

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Monday, May 30, 2005
Defiance

My world turns and blurred visions ensue. My heart is warm, as is my body as a whole. I am intoxicated; Completey drunk off you. The simplest things bring me pleasure. The way your face blushes when you say a bad word, or when you flip your hair, or the way just seeing you can make even the odious days melt away. I promised myself not to let it go this far, but that farest point seemed a mere dot in the distance. Amazing how one can speed past the point of no return with no obligation to what it means. The truth you ask for is like a one sided coin, the same question always answered with the same answer. No. Too risky, too taboo. You'll never know how I really feel. And I'll never know what would have happened if I caught you at a different time. He'll never be good enough for you; If only you could see that. Or maybe I'm just jealous he might be.

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Friday, May 27, 2005
drrrrrrruuuuuuuuuuunk

Edited the next day more so for grammar errors, but because I'm also a dumbass. Thank you for your cooperation.

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Wednesday, May 25, 2005
America..

"A man was caught trying to sell bombs to terrorists and was caught on tape saying he had no loyalty to American. He has been charged with attempting to provide material support and resources to a foreign terrorist organization." Basically just ripped that from MSN. What ever happened to just saying treason? I consider that treason, and why isn't treason still a death penelty? Stupid laxing laws.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2005
me and mrs jones

I love summer twilights. I love how the moon is out in full, orange in its complextion cause the sun has still not set in it's westeren decent. Combine some water and the way the waves make it's reflection shimmer and you have a beautiful picture. Work is work, and this weekend is going to be hell. We have a huge soccer tournment coming in and it's just going to be tons of suger hyped kids and their hysterical soccer moms. all i can pray for is that it will be quick. have no fear, my friend jack will be helping me get to sleep easier those two nights. my parents are also going out of town for two weeks and are taking the kids with them, leaving the house all to myself. absolute freedom in its rawest form. what more can i ask for?

Posted at 02:28 by mivida
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Sunday, May 22, 2005
You're getting smaller, but I can still see you

Hey guys! I know I havent updated in awhile, and I know that my updates have been going out less and less, maybe 5 times a month, if even that. I'm sorry. I was wondering when the last time I updated more then 10 times a month, and that was back in November of 2003. =| Hehe. I could say that nothing interesting happens in my life, but that'd just be lying. A lot of things happen in my life, I'm just not so good at translating them into words. I guess that kinda defeats the purpose of having a diary or blog, and would help you understand on why sometimes I just write about pointless things and I seem to drag the subject on, like I'm doing right now. Either way, summer is starting around here. It's so beautiful outside and the sun is shining and the heat is starting to warm my hibernating soul to it's joyful state of summer excitement. Swimming at the lake, laying on the grass, starring at those shimmering summer stars and etc. So many things to do and I plan on doing them. Work is going boring as usual, and I get the feeling I'm working with a bunch of morons. I mean, I've suspected that for quite awhile, but still... It's just now dawning on me as it might be a true fact. And they're a bunch of sexiest horndogs. I thought I was pretty bad, but some of the things these people say make even my jaw drop. Modesty, people, where has it gone? :) Anyway, I'm done. I have to go to work now, so I'll talk at you all later. Have a good day.

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Thursday, May 19, 2005
Star Wars

I just saw Star Wars. All I can say is, "Sweet." I didn't plan on going to the midnight showing or anything, I was actually going to wait till next week when the hyped died down cause I'm not a die hard fan or anything. I was just at Lyle's drinking and screwing around when I saw that there was going to be a midnight showing. So, we thought why not? We went and saw it. I'm not too sure why everyone was freaking out about advance tickets and such. The place was packed to the rim, but they had 5 theaters showing it and there was no line outside. The ticket lady told us to just find a theater that suited us, and off we went. We found decent seats and watched the previews. I can say a majority of us just wanted to watch the movie. As soon as that 20th Century Fox/Lucas Films logo popped up on the screen, everyone just erupted in applause and claps. Then when the famous, "A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away..." it was just like being at a front row concert. Claps, cheers, screaming, it was crazy and definitely a bit fun. Other than that, I won't talk too much about the film. I don't want to ruin it for anyone. Let me just say this, while I enjoyed the film so much I definitely don't think it was the best one. In a class of it's own, it was an amazing film. But I just felt as if it was a tad rushed (even though it was 2 and a half hours long) and mainly just a "leak filler" as to adjoin the two sides of the Star Wars universe. Every question you ever had is answered, but in the most obvious ways. It made me feel, I don't know, almost as George Lucas thought I was mentally challanged and couldn't figure it out unless it was spelt out for me. Who does he think his fan base is? A bunch of 10 year olds? I think not. Common George, give us a bit more credit than that. Anyway, go see it if you ever watched a Star Wars film. Infact, even if you havent go see it. It's an amazing film and deserves your eight bucks.

Posted at 03:05 by mivida
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Thursday, May 12, 2005
Gambling

I like to gamble, I'll be the first to admit it. The thrill, the excitement, the whatever gets you going. Someone who's gambled before knows what it is like. But I know my limit. Once or twice every two weeks, and no more than $20 dollars a time. So worst is I lose $80 bucks a month. That's money I can learn to live without, and sometimes I don't even go for weeks, not that I need to justify it. Tonight I went and I lost about $20 dollars. There was this guy beside me who had to have lost at least 300 dollars. He'd lose his money, go back to the ATM, get some more and lose again. He'd repeat this cycle over and over. He was an older gentleman, and when I left I saw him walking to his car looking like he was going to cry. Probably just more disappointed in his self then he cared to admit. I've seen a lot of people get way too carried away with it and depend on it. If you have a problem with gambling, get some help. It really can tear your life away, so please play responsible. I know that sounds really lame, but I know a lot of my friends that read this are gamblers, so just be careful. Other then that, have fun!

By the way, life sucks. :)

Posted at 02:38 by mivida
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