The sky was clear tonight. I could see so many stars, even with the streetlights and trees obstructing some of the view. I recognized nearly everything up there but only remembered a few names. Ursa Major, Ursa Minor, Orion, Betelgeuse, Rigel, Aldebaran, Sirius is a binary star in Canis Major, Castor, Pollux, and I am a Gemini... and Rush has a song titled "Cygnus X-1."
Yes, that astronomy class seems to have been a waste for the most part. If a star appears to wobble, it probably has planets around it as big as or bigger than Jupiter. Pluto is an outcast. The sun will explode. We are literally made of stars. The moon waxes. You can give or
On the morning of New Years Eve, I was at my grandma's funeral, listening to my brother give the eulogy and to laughter, sniffling, and an "amen" here and there. On Monday, my grandpa realized that he and my grandma had their first "date" on December 31st, 1948, 60 years to the day of her burial. He has been telling everyone their love story since last week, over and over. It was absolutely perfect and I don't believe it's possible for anyone to live up to it.
I won't go into details about every little thing that's been happening and I don't feel right to share every personal detail here (especially when she would most likely be highly morti
Don't kiss sugartwat.com - it looks filthy now.
Go kiss sugartwat.com goodbye while it's still there to kiss!
So, no surprise, but I thought I'd at least put this out here. It's something I've been thinking about a lot lately. I haven't ever considered myself to be a full-fledged artist and for a couple years now, I've known I never would be. It's a bit heartbreaking to realize that and it takes a long time to come to terms with. It really does. Especially after I hear all this bullshit about how talented I am all my life and that I'm going to do or become something great. It hurts to realize that a