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I woke up at 4 AM this morning because of reasons, but I ended up getting a shizzton of stuff done! Like, I cleaned the house, did a load of laundry, baked a fresh loaf of banana bread for my family, and answered a bunch of e-mails and stuff from peeps in Europe. #productivemorning

My sleep pattern seems to have been disrupted lately, partly cuz of the change of seasons, but mostly cuz I apparently have a lot on my mind. I dreamt the other night that I bit through my mouth guard—you know, the one that’s supposed to keep me from grinding my teeth—with such force that it broke into three pieces! Last night I dreamt that I bought a super-expensive new car, one that I couldn’t afford, but I figured I was already all in, so whatevs.

I theorize that the limited amount of sleep I’ve been getting lately is just preparation for upcoming sleepless nights when our hypothetical daughter eventually arrives. Can I be honest with you? I’m not really looking forward to having even worse sleep. It would be nice to get a baby sometime soon, tho, considering we’re already all in and stuff.

This video came up on my newsfeed on the Book of Faces. (Protip: click the cc button next to the gear on the bottom-right of the YouTube window for English subtitles.) Of course, the vid gave me a bunch of feelz cuz I’m not a robot despite evidence to the contrary. 

To quote noted American philosopher and philanthropist Marla Simmons, “Feelings are like treasures, so why not keep them buried?” Amirite?

"Life is fair. We all get the same nine-month shake in the box, and then the dice roll. Some people get a run of sevens. Some people, unfortunately, get snake-eyes. Its just how the world is."

Stephen KingFull Dark, No Stars (via feellng)

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"Raise your words, not your voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder."

Rumi (via everything-bass)

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"Throughout life, from childhood, from school until we die, we are taught to compare ourselves with another; yet when I compare myself with another I am destroying myself. … You are actually what you are and to understand what you are, this process of comparison must come to an end. If I am always comparing myself with some saint or some teacher, some businessman, writer, poet, and all the rest, what has happened to me – what have I done? I only compare in order to gain, in order to achieve, in order to become – but when I don’t compare I am beginning to understand what I am. Beginning to understand what I am is far more fascinating, far more interesting; it goes beyond all this stupid comparison."

Jiddu Krishnamurti (via itsquoted)