Mar 23, 2006

Truth is so hard to tell, it sometimes needs fiction to make it plausible.Francis Bacon



Ain't it so?
Exactly how I feel about my life sometimes.
It sounds so implausible.

My bro in Austin told me
I'm the strongest
woman he knows.

Encouraging words that got me through an impossibly hard time.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I do hope I am replying in the right journal..

I wanted to thank you for your comment in my Sequel's Shinies blog.

And.... a reply:

I never wear mine as I am fairly certain of two things:
1. My aura would translate itself into sweat.
and
2. Most people probably would not want to purchase bits of my aura.
.. she said, grinning merrily.

I agree in your idea that gemstones have magical properties, though perhaps not the way you mean.
I think all stones (and sticks and insects and seeds and..) have magical properties.

And.. err.. thank you for the prices?
I am glad they are not insane. I just used the cost of the equipment and tossed in a dollar or so for time spent.
(Except for that infuriating one with the wire bits and the jabbing the fingers and the bleeding.... That one I marked up a bit more than a dollar..)

Mr. Fabulous said...

Ok..now I'm wondering if I'm in the right place...

I think women as a rule are sronger than men. At least, I know several woman that I think of as very strong, and I can't think of too many men I've had that thought about.

I know that I am NOT strong. But I've made my peace with it.

Jozee said...

Mr Fab, Don't be afraid, you're still in the right place.

Regarding strength: Men and women have different strengths and weaknesses that's what make unions like yours and Mrs. Fab's so perfect.

No, I haven't lost my head. No relationship is perfect but in the good ones people can fill in for each other's gaps.

That's what love's all about. ;-)