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Burning Inside

If I hadn’t overslept that day, everything I care about would be gone forever. I very rarely oversleep. In fact, even on those mornings when we have the day off from responsibilities and… Continue reading

Safety Pins Are Not Safe

Bloody scary sores. Bloody wounds everywhere. Gaping holes in our flesh. Torn skin, ripped skin, ravaged flesh.  And a safety pin.  A fucking safety pin on the bathroom counter.  This was yesterday’s afternoon/evening. … Continue reading

Meet The Kellie

The following blog post was written three months ago, but K was too chicken to publish it because we all think it sounds conceited and cocky. However, ever since this was written, the… Continue reading

Playing Nancy Drew

Yesterday is gone from our memory, but it leaves behind a number of visible clues which tell the story of our day and evening.  Most noticeably the bright orange hair which we now… Continue reading

Who Told??

Holy crap I can’t believe we did that. What the fuck were you thinking, Kellie?! Oh shit on me, you told! Fuck. There’s no taking it back now. We-I-she-told one of our real-life… Continue reading

Much Ado About Something

…and then I suddenly came to and found myself in the parking lot at a Mexican restaurant.  Thankfully, K was in the passenger seat of the car. If she’d been driving we would’ve… Continue reading

Glitter’s Homework

Earlier tonight, Husband and I chatted for what seemed a long time, and we talked about things of a serious nature, important things, having perhaps even life-changing type discussions about his new business… Continue reading

Manic Moments

It’s like being high. It’s like being high on drugs. Diet pills… or some over-the-counter legal speed of some kind.  Maybe even similar to the feeling one gets when smoking meth. It’s that… Continue reading

Sharing the Truth

Found: writings dated Thursday, March 14, 2013 Therapy was so productive today that I feel it is imperative to blog about it, mainly so that we (the K’s) can read it later and… Continue reading