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Shea Goff
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painter, friend, work (short list)
I'll tell you stories of how much I admired you. I'll tell you how I wasted the entire weekend and blueberry pancakes and brownies with chocolate chips. You'll be excited. It's a huge week in an even huger life of back flips and toe touches and hair up and ...
I'll tell you stories of how much I admired you. I'll tell you how I wasted the entire weekend and blueberry pancakes and brownies with chocolate chips. You'll be excited. It's a huge week in an even huger life of back flips ...
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Yeah. Grateful.
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Not what but how . Today I am grateful for people who call and say, "We have this idea, and we need your help." I am grateful for the equipment I have to help them. I am grateful for their trust.
Not what but how. Today I am grateful for people who call and say, "We have this idea, and we need your help." I am grateful for the equipment I have to help them. I am grateful for their trust.
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the wait
Before the coffee there is the quiet. And we love the quiet just as much as we love the music. Today I am grateful for the space between. (Is that a Dave Matthews reference?) This is not Dave Matthews.
Before the coffee there is the quiet. And we love the quiet just as much as we love the music. Today I am grateful for the space between. (Is that a Dave Matthews reference?) This is not Dave Matthews.
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listening to The National Today I am grateful for what I have.
listening to The National Today I am grateful for what I have.
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oh the drama of it all
Everything feels important. Drastically, vitally, critically, incredibly, all the el whys. I walk around assuming that we're all feeling this way. And I had this schedule in my head and it was beautiful if I could pull it off and sometimes maybe I can't pul...
Everything feels important. Drastically, vitally, critically, incredibly, all the el whys. I walk around assuming that we're all feeling this way. And I had this schedule in my head and it was beautiful if I could pull it off...
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Yes. Indeed. Grateful.
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Yes, it is ridiculous that I walk around thinking great things will never end. Today I am grateful that great things can still be downloaded until June 2016. I am also grateful to know that those people will be out there doing what they do in this world. Su...
Yes, it is ridiculous that I walk around thinking great things will never end. Today I am grateful that great things can still be downloaded until June 2016. I am also grateful to know that those people will be out there doin...
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One of the things we learned last time is that we have to plan better this time. And one of the things about February is that March follows it. Today I am grateful for lessons, for repeat performances, and how if we're lucky we get to try again.
One of the things we learned last time is that we have to plan better this time. And one of the things about February is that March follows it. Today I am grateful for lessons, for repeat performances, and how if we...
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It's horrifying, the tragedy you have to write. If you were to pick and choose all those words you type these would never be put in an order to tell a story that would be spread from fingers to eyes to brain to feel the way she did. Does. 350 words. Due in ...
It's horrifying, the tragedy you have to write. If you were to pick and choose all those words you type these would never be put in an order to tell a story that would be spread from fingers to eyes to brain to feel the way s...
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last night's music
Today I am grateful for an afternoon off, dark chocolate peanut m&m's, singing in the car and that one thing I had to call and tell her. Her laughter, I am always grateful for her laughter.
Today I am grateful for an afternoon off, dark chocolate peanut m&m's, singing in the car and that one thing I had to call and tell her. Her laughter, I am always grateful for her laughter.
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"We have no idea how long this series will last, but watching our favorite musicians give unadorned, honest and intimate live concerts could never grow old." ( here ) Today I am grateful for work.
"We have no idea how long this series will last, but watching our favorite musicians give unadorned, honest and intimate live concerts could never grow old." (here) Today I am grateful for work.
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