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- Covering the whole of something
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- everywhere: to or in any or all places; "You find fast food stores everywhere"; "people everywhere are becoming aware of the problem"; "he carried a gun everywhere he went"; "looked all over for a suitable gift"; (`everyplace' is used informally for `everywhere')
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- jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
- T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
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All over but the Shoutin'
A New York Times Notable Book of the Year
This haunting, harrowing, gloriously moving recollection of a life on the American margin is the story of Rick Bragg, who grew up dirt-poor in northeastern Alabama, seemingly destined for either the cotton mills or the penitentiary, and instead became a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for The New York Times. It is the story of Bragg's father, a hard-drinking man with a murderous temper and the habit of running out on the people who needed him most.
But at the center of this soaring memoir is Bragg's mother, who went eighteen years without a new dress so that her sons could have school clothes and picked other people's cotton so that her children wouldn't have to live on welfare alone. Evoking these lives--and the country that shaped and nourished them--with artistry, honesty, and compassion, Rick Bragg brings home the love and suffering that lie at the heart of every family. The result is unforgettable.
One reason Rick Bragg won a Pulitzer Prize for his feature articles at the New York Times is that he never forgets his roots. When he writes about death and violence in urban slums, Bragg draws on firsthand knowledge of how poverty deforms lives and on his personal belief in the dignity of poor people. His memoir of a hardscrabble Southern youth pays moving tribute to his indomitable mother and struggles to forgive his drunken father. All Over but the Shoutin' is beautifully achieved on both these counts--and many more.
Day twenty-four<3 - woke up, it's the first day back to school in a week. - finally got out of bed and got dressed did my hair, make up you know the normal. - ate a chewy chewy bar, I haven't had one in forever. And a juice box on the way to school. - turned in my note from last week and I was off to class. - first period: just kinda sat there because I had already finished my project of derby. My teacher gave me my exam to take home. SCORE. - second period: looked over a few of my exam study guides just invade I had to take an of my exams today. - third period: still working on my coil pot, this is taking forever. But I honestly didn't miss much I am still ahead of everyone and I wasn't even at school last week. - fourth period: Mr. Cush changed seats, I really hate when teachers do that. Let's me just sit where ever the hell I want to. - fifth period: notes, I have to get a new note book new semester. -lunch: I finally got to see everyone again I have missed them so much<3 - sixth period: there is a new student in our class. She seems nice, kinda shy but then again I don't talk much in that class. Finished homework in class today. - seventh period: ummm, well I can honestly say I did bell work and then zoned out for the rest of the day. That's kinda scary. - lucky me I got all A's and B's on my report card. I am pretty sure I did. - mom picked my up from school. We had to go to the store to get more ink for her printer and they didn't end up having any but I ended up getting a necklace more bloomers some yoga suits new sports bras and a jogging suit that's matches lake Nona colors navy blue and white, I love it.<3 and guess who I saw when we where checking out Miss. Beavers, the best English teacher ever! - walking out from the store I saw Mr. Hottie, with his cute body blonde surfer hair and blue guys, and he jumps into his pick up truck, he took his shirt off and started changing in the middle of the Parkin lot, it was perfectly fine with me, wink wink! - went to staples to see if they had ink. Score they did:) - then stored at the dollar tree to just mess around:) - as we where walking out I saw the new Sky blue VW Buggie, it was BEAUTIFUL! And then like two seconds later we saw an orange one it was pretty sweet. - off to home. - as soon as we got home I had to go put on my new bloomers and sports bra I have tumbling tonight. Can't wait. - drinking cranberry soda<333 - left for tumbling class was like two min late, oops. - had a really good time at tumbling but I just can't stand keeping my hair up for so long, my head starts hurting. poor me. - of to the house. - ate some ranch and carrots. Or is it carrots and ranch either way I ate them both. - now watching a movie. - more cranberry soda only because it is the best<34 - shower. - bed! *Picture: Sexy Sky Blue VW<3 saw it as I was leaving the store.
after daniel broke up with me, i cried. i sat on top of a picnic table at rocket park & cried.
i chose rocket park b/c it's mostly neutral. we've been there once or twice, just to walk around, but i never have to go back there again. it wasn't my house, or his, but it wasn't someplace where i couldn't cry or yell or whatever i thought i might do.
i didn't yell, as it turns out. & i didn't cry, either, at least not till after he'd left. how could i, when i could see how much he was hurting, too?
so it's over.
& here's my first photo of the rest of my life: i got home & i packed up all of his stuff. i packed up his underwear, his t-shirts, his button-downs, his ties. i packed up his DVDs, his printer, his art supplies, his weights. i gathered together his dirty laundry, his fan, his pills, his coffee table. i backed up everything he'd had on my computer & burned him a disk. i took our photos off the wall.
i tried to get everything that belongs to him in a knot on the floor in front of my bed.
i'm not used to missing people anymore.
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