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Jésus je ne suis pas digne

Saturday, February 9, 2013


I don't post here often, and as I have no real readership I thought this would be a good place to think out loud, so to speak...

It is in regard to someone I've met a couple of times - that upon meeting I considered to be a fine young adult. Actually, the words that came to mind were "a noble, trustworthy, guardian angel", but I wouldn't want to embarrass them.

I believe this person is interested in one treasure, in particular, that I was blessed with from God. This treasure - however - is rather closemouthed, and has made it clear that they won't discuss this other person and their relationship with that person - with me.

That is fine and I respect these intentions. However I do not know if my instincts regarding this other person were correct. Is this person really decent and honorable? Or a bs artist with an honest exterior who has - among other things - dishonestly numbered my angel among at least one other relationship?

I don't know how to determine the answer, and am wondering what others would do if they found themselves confronted with a similar situation regarding someone THEY cared about? If my initial instincts are correct and this person is indeed a mature, kind adult, then my questions and concerns will be happily forgotten...

But...what if I'm wrong? How then to let this person know that if they aren't interested in a relationship with only one person, they should definitely be moving along?

Wednesday, October 3, 2012


Wish I remembered the passwords to my playlists below...

I have more music I'd like to add.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Likin' this one, too

Thanks again to YouTube's


for posting this video featuring the music of Arthur Kopit and Maury Yeston, combined with scenes from Andrew Lloyd Webber's 2004 movie.

Kopit, Yeston, and Webber's Phantoms, combined...

Thanks to:


from YouTube.