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    Tuesday, May 28, 2002     7:21 PM

i stayed up very late last night re-reading Emma Bull's War for the Oaks since i finally bought myself a copy. it really is a great book but it's interesting reading it now, there's a certain style to her writing that i find very similar to mine. makes me wonder if i could possibly write something publish worthy. probably not.

and though it has no real parallel to the situations i'm going through i found myself making connections as i read, some comforting, some not so - all in all it did help me become a bit more centered than yesterday, exactly what i needed. that and writing in my paper journal really helped.

i'd planned to go into my thoughts on phobias but that will have to wait until later as i am extremely hungry.


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