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My God, I Confess
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- A Wounded Heart, Who Can Bear?
- Drowning Under a Tidal Wave
- Clawing My Way to the Sunlight
- Yes, Santa Claus, There Is a Virginia
- Fugu
- Touching the Spirit
- A Hole in the Universe
- Riding on the Dreams of Others
- Turning Into a Shark
 - A Heart, Ripped Asunder
- Surrendering to the Roller Coaster
- Hunting in the Jade Forest
- Dodging the Shark
- Dancing With Invisible Partners
- The Captain and the Harliquin
- Courting the Devils
- The Captain Makes His Mark
- Mad Dog to the Rescue
- Innocent in the Big City
- Dropping the Ball Briefcase
- Scrambling Brains
- Cheating the Reaper, Again
- What If the Man Behind the Curtain Is No Wizard After All?
- All of Us Have a Soundtrack
- Working With Broken Machines
- Happy Anniversary, Baby
- Standing on Stars
- Running the Film Backwards
- Identity Crisis ("Who am I?")
- Can We Ever Really Admit the Desires of Our Heart?
- Forgiveness is a Rare Thing
- Having Your Heart Caressed By the Creator
- Working With Broken Machines
- A New Leg to Stand On
- The Real Spirit of Christmas
- Chatting With Infinity
- Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder
- We All Have a Great Capacity for Loss
- Brushed Lightly By Might Have Beens
- We See the World Through Our Own Looking Glass
- Every Storm Passes Eventually
- Accidents Can Introduce Destiny Into Our Lives
- Freedom Depends on the Walls Around Us
- Pulling Aside the Velvet Curtain
- Riding the Razor's Edge
- Dying With Strangers
- In Your Face
- Between the Lines
- The Bobcat
- Angel With a Coffeecup
- Innocent in the Big City
- Chains of Gossamer
- Playing With Knives
- Stumbling Through Memories (Ooops)
- Picture This
- Running the Film Backwards
- Playing the Score, Tasting the Music
- Coins and Corals and Carved Coconuts
- My God, I Confess
- Exotic in Thin Air (Part 1, Speechless)
- Exotic in Thin Air (Part 2, Taxi)
- Exotic in Thin Air (Part 3, The Pan American)
- Exotic in Thin Air (Part 4, Guano)
- Exotic in Thin Air (Part 5, The Andes Express)



 
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"From this hour I ordain myself loos'd of limits and imaginary lines, going where I list, my own master total and absolute, Listening to others, considering well what they say, Pausing, searching, receiving, contemplating, Gently, but with undeniable will, divesting myself of the holds that would hold me."

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Monday, March 22, 2004
 

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OK folks, grab your canes and whack your cats its time for this weeks...
Blogger Idol Week Nine Top Picks

(No, don't REALLY whack your cat with anything, the phrase just had the right cadence. And no, I haven't whacked MY cat either. Well, not today, anyway. He's been behaving. Uh, what was I saying? Oh yeah...)

Here are this week's picks in no particular order:


Seasons of Violet - To Biz Stone, my real life Blogger Idol. Marguerite has, I believe, the exclusive honor of having her Celebrity actually visit the blog and leave a comment!

Amanda - Dear Bono Wow, not only was this a really touching story, but Amanda writes so well that you find yourself right inside her heart. Way cool, girl.

si­lent tri­bute - I'm sorry, but I can't... Just TOO cute, Jess! I love her sense of humor!

timsamoff - I Wish I Cared A lot of thought and feeling went into this one. I think my favorite part is that it does not leave you feeling like a period was put on the sentence. That's class.

Deneice - My letter to Jessica Simpson Deneice shows that she "gets it" far more than I ever did. Thanks for the heads up.

The rest are good too, click on the icon above for the whole list!


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