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365 days of celebration

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  1. Chaos begets chaos! I’m sorry you encoutered so much trauma…but at least you created some good karma freeing those tape-entrenched insects!

    becky lipinski — November 10, 2011 @ 12:43 am

  2. Having a crazy schedule due to too many commitments is order, not chaos. Chaos is the lack of order. A schedule is the opposite of chaos. A schedule is order. The meaning of the word schedule is pretty much an antonym to chaos. Having your time taken up by commitments is order, not chaos.

    It seems like this holiday is a way for people too busy to find an excuse to surrender to their programming. It’s just chaos! Throw up your hands! This is life! Nothing you can do about it! I call major b.s. on this one. Even the chaos you cited in this was due to your own decision. If you feel helpless due to your own decisions, you aren’t really helpless, you are simply feeling the effects of your own decisions. You decided to have dogs. Having to deal with them is not chaos, it’s an effect of your decision.

    bro — November 10, 2011 @ 8:53 am

  3. bro — I was simply suggesting that no matter what plans or schedules you might make, Life has a way of occasionally rewriting them. I never suggested that this Life wasn’t of my own making…just that it’s sometimes like an outside entity that has its own agenda. Like a monster that’s been fed and now demands attention.

    Brittany — November 10, 2011 @ 9:03 am

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