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can you have passover resolutions?

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If so, mine is to marry an allergist.  I saw Dr. K on Tuesday and now can breathe again!  And my particular allergist is very good at what he does but not highly attractive (plus kind of old and married), but just think - there must be more where he came from!  And they could be young and single and, if I had one of my own, capable of keeping me from exploding ALL THE TIME.  Just think of it.  Sigh.  I must go hang around by Cedars-Sinai more often.
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On April 10th, 2007 06:51 pm (UTC), miss_ev commented:
I feel there is real merit in this idea. Go be a bartender near a teaching hospital, I bet that would work. Or see if your doctor has a nice son :)

For my part, I think I need to take up with a writer of some sort, possibly even a poet (but not the kind who gives readings) or perhaps some frustrated essayist or english teacher, simply because I need to be fed the written word, or at least to have material to edit. The current guy has managed to cool some of my ardour with bland e-mail. This will not do. Good thing he's cute. But seriously, I need writing! Actually, now that I think about it, the previous one made his living by writing, so scratch that.

Maybe I should just date physical therapist, and thus might finally get over my lingering aches & pains.
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On April 10th, 2007 06:53 pm (UTC), miss_ev commented:
Actually, if you've read the "Tales from the City" series -- I often felt there was somethign to the idea of the 'dirty 30' valentine's day resolutions.

You could always adopt some Easter resurrection/redemption resolutions. Not quite sure what the symbolism of passover would translate into . . . perhaps a "There, but for the grace of God" series of resolutions
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