Thursday, October 27, 2005

Long duck Dong

Movie: Brokeback Mountain (translation: gay cowboy flick)
Genre: Romance (translation: sex and nudity)
Starring: Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal (translation: hmm)
Synopsis: Set against the sweeping landscapes of Wyoming and Texas, this epic love story tells of two young men -- a ranch-hand and a rodeo cowboy -- who meet in the summer of 1963 while driving cattle on a mountain range. They unexpectedly forge a lifelong connection, one whose complications, joys and tragedies provide a testament to the endurance and power of love. (translation: a gay cowboy flick.)

People are gonna call this bareback mountain. It is just unavoidable.

I just watched the trailor for this movie. I didn't know much about it other than what I just posted above. I have to say, this is going to be a good movie. Definitely take dad.


I truly know what it is like to have an addiction. It is something you have to deal with everyday- the constant battles of want and need. Addictions can get in the way of your life and prevent you from having good relationships with loved ones. You put the addiction before anything else in your life. You start out with a small addicition, or in my case, we refer to it as tall. Then, it gets bigger and bigger. Your talls turn into grandes. Your grandes turn into venti's. 1 venti becomes 2 venti's. My name is Stacey and I am a STARBUCKS coffee addict. Thank you.
You're the best friend I ever had.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005


I haven't posted in 30 days. For all you smarties out there, I 'm sure you have figured out why. I just completed my 12-step program and have been blog-sober for 30 days now.

Nah, just kidding. I got arrested and had to spend 30 days in the hole. You may have seen me on jail break. I wasn't the one with all the tattoos. I was his cell mate.

No- that was a joke too...I just didn't feel like blogging. For a while there, this thing took up a good part of my day. Now, I don't even remember the URL address.

None the less I felt like having some contact with the randoms I have encountered via this blog. I'm here, still alive and still struggling to find the meaning of life. I haven't cracked the codes yet, but I'm close.

Life in Maine has been ok. Lots of rain like the rest of the country. At least it isn't snow. (If I hear one more person say that I am gonna whack them with a shovel) For the most part, it's pretty damn lonely up here. I hope everyone is well. I am going to check in a bit more often. For Christ sake, I can't lose my sense of humor. It's just about all I got left.