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This city demands gumption. Education and skill hard won. With a bank account and debt to match. Drive, emotional intelligence, health, fitness. A capacity to thrive and endure hardship I am no such soul to succeed in this marshmallow test. I still haven’t found reason for staying aside from clinging to grief and nostalgia for this place. What are we now and what do we choose to be?

I love Surrey

Just because so many people from my school are moving to Mission, doesn't mean I have to jump on the band wagon. People keep telling me that there's cheaper housing in Abbotsford. I do not want to move to there either because that place is a dump. It's chock full of gangsters and overly religious nut jobs. I'd much rather stay in Surrey. I grew up in this City. I feel much safer walking through Whalley at 2am than walking down Main and Hastings at 2pm. Surrey has a great multicultural vibe. More than I can say about Langley...that whole town is Redneck City.


I pick up so much overtime at work (nurse), exhaust myself, pray for my set to be over and my days off to start. Get too exhausted when I work too much yet again, actually take my days off, then have too much spare time to remember that my life actually sucks. Pick up more OT, repeat the cycle all over again. I fkn hate my life.

I'm tired

of people being careless with my kindness and generosity.

I'm finally okay wth

unrequited love. I finally feel emotionaly mature. Don't stop healing. Don't stop growing. I'm sixty-five ... and lovin' it!


I think too much about the past. I'm trapped there.


I took skytrain into Vancouver today and a young lady volunteered and gave up her seat for me. I didn't ask. She did it on her own. I have more hope than ever the world will survive my generation.


Tall n Bald at Poirier Gym

Somebody tell me you’re single! You’re a tall, strong fellow, a regular at Poirier around 9am....

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