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Medicine cabinet

I was asked, why is my medicine cabinet so small, . I promised I’ll explain it a bit longer here. I hope it helps, Mari. 

It is small, just a small box on top of the shelves, and it is most basic one can get. It is actually based on first aid kits we found from World War II. 

  • Gauze bandages – classic. I tend to keep at least 2 rolls of the most basic gauze material bandages there at all times. You never know, when you might get a bigger cut that needs bandaged.  I tend to have two types – sterile and non-sterile.  Sterile for straight-on-wound things (like making simple band-aid with small gauze piece) and non-sterile for general bandaging and for wound cleaning instead of cotton balls. I prefer it, because it leaves less fiber around the wound than cotton balls.
  • Medical plaster tape. Same reason as above. Accidents happen, it is good to have some plaster that you can cut in meters should the need arrive. Fabric based. The new types nowadays have zigzag edge which you can easily tear if you need. Love it!
  • Punch of safety pins. Though I was taught how to knot up the gauze bandage, it is good to have those pins together with the bandage. I am skilled at knotting that thing, but oh the frustration if you must do it yourself on yourself! So, yes, seems legit to have a shortcut. At least until you get to someone, who can help you with it.
  • Band-aid plasters. The type that is on fabric and can be cut in shape. Plastic sort comes off with every little move and I really don’t like them. Fabric ones are more resilient to sweating and working with water conditions. Plus you can cut them as you please – so you don’t need them in hundred different sizes only to discover they still don’t have the one you need. 
  • (Scissors) – I don’t keep them in the box, but my place is always infested with at least two pairs of surgical scissors that I can clean with boiling or burning or alcohol. If I move, I tend to keep them in the box.
  • Alcohol wipes – It’s not so much part of the kit itself, I just store them there. They are nicely packaged, so I can always grab few to add in my EDC bag or so sis can find them and supply herself if she needs. With kids, we’ve discovered they are a must have and so it seemed natural that instead of buying 1 or 2 at a time, I can simply get the whole package and we can both go and grab as many as we need.
  • Antiseptic spray – self explanatory. 
  • Fastum Gel – Pain relief for pulled muscles and tendons. Must have if you have tendency to do that often. I’m not clumsy, but in my case even a small rip can cause arthritis to bloom for two weeks. So it’s a good thing to have to lessen the symptoms.
  • Panthenol – against burns. 
  • Oak, ginger and blueberry tablets – these are actually what’s used often for traveling sickness. They are natural tablets and so far the best remedy for stress-reacting stomach. Oak powder is used for runny bowl, so one must be careful with them or you might end up with hard case of constipation. Still, one of the fastest way to stop diarrhea. Ginger calms upset stomach and blueberry is actually more against constipation (I’m guessing, duo oak, you need something to balance it a bit), but also eases the nerves a bit and calms your stomach.
  • Charcoal tablets – mild food poisonings, vomiting, easing the stomach… Rudimentary even, but worth each and one of them. 
  • Cold remedy tablets – Though it is known fact that normal cold takes about 2 weeks to get out of your system and if I can, I have way better and milder ways to deal with the symptoms, I am still working person, so I tend to have them in the kit. I’m not fond of them, but I like other modern cold medicals even less.
  • Tea Tree oil – Antiseptic and good for closed nose if you happen to have a sneezer. Plus all the other 20+ ways to use it. I mostly have it for antiseptic reasons.
  • Brilliant Green – Antiseptic for flaming up wounds or mouth ulcers. There are restriction, when and how you can use it, but if used correctly, it is a lifesaver. 
  • Glucose tablets – For blood sugar and for those kids, who have been good little kids while being mended. 
  • Golden Star – Ointment for scratches, on insect bites, for rubbing on the back to ease breathing with cold, etc, etc. It reeks bad enough that no kid volunteer to touch it, so it is quite safe to keep it there.
  • Thermometer – self explanatory.
  • (Beeswax ointment) – That thing is natural and I can tell for hours what good this simple, old recipe can do. This one has no extra infused herbs in it, but it is still one of the best ways to help the wound heal better. Plus it is perfectly safe to children. I keep it in refrigerator and yes, it is accessible by children. 🙂 But with those ingredients, I am 100 percent sure that nothing bad will happen if they even eat the bulk. Plus my niece already knows why it is used for and how to use it. She may be 3, but she is smart girl.
  • Pain killers – I’m prone to headaches, I guess it has a stable presence in the box. But I always have them in the same dosage and I toss out any that appears there with different one. This way I can be sure I know what I’m taking and I can change the dosage according to the need. 

And that is all. As you can see, it doesn’t have any antibiotics in it and nothing elaborate, but it has stayed nearly unchanged for most of my life. I don’t have many tablets in it, because I don’t use any if I can. They tend to expire too often too. Except the ones for belly and head, because these are my weak spots. Unless it was winter I didn’t even have cold tablets. Well, I am keeping some around nowadays, because of niece.

Also, if someone asks about the tablets, I open my kitchen cabinet 🙂 – and oh the wonders you can encounter there! Most of my tablet needs are covered with the natural remedies you can find from there. Most headaches can be cured through them as well.

I also have alcohol hand wash near the sink. I got it few years back, because there was bigger stomach virus outbreak and we got them at work. So I got myself one at home too. Very helpful thing so far.

It follows 3 rules: 

  1. Bandages must be multipurpose – they must be adjustable in size and I must be able to cut exactly the size I need. You don’t need to toss the entire package upside down on the table to find one suitable band-aid when you can simply cut it. Opening the sterilized packages of those one-portion-band-aids can be hard as well while you can still manage to press one end of scissors between the table and you and cut that long strip with your one hand. I know, because I’ve done it.
  2. As less expiring as I can have – being inspired by WWII bags, I saw what can happen over time.  So I decided that I take the expiring tablets to as minimum as I can, including things that can go bad over time. Most medical tablets are temporary, so I don’t keep the left-overs for safety reasons. Keeping tablets there just-in-case creates bulk and most of it never gets used. I need something, I go and get it. And in situation of no-apothecaries-available, I know what to replace most that is used for daily problems. Knowledge is what you need, not endless supplies of medicament for just in case.
  3. You must be able to sterilize your medical kit if the need arises. This means anything besides tablets and plaster tapes, which in that case would be all simply tossed out or burned, I must be able to boil the bandages and sterilize all the rest of the equipment (think knife, scissors, safety pins) and I must be able to do it without thinking if the method chosen will destroy it or not. It might sound odd in today’s world to talk about boiling bandages, but if done right,  they are perfectly safe. I have done it with women in my family.  As always – there are rules for it and solid info on why and how and when.  So if I have the knowledge, I might as well choose my equipment accordingly and with minimized losses on the way. 

I know it doesn’t seem to be much and there would be many preppers, who laugh at it, but that’s how I choose mine. In SHTF situation, perhaps, yes, I would prefer to have some basic antibiotics for the sort of problems that can’t be mended with herbal remedies and some wound glue, but the good side with having less bulky medical kit, is that I can toss in there the scissors and the meds I might be taking at that time and it will still weight much less than most that I’ve seen out there and it is still variable enough to cover the most problems I might encounter. Plus when I open it up, I don’t have to spend another thirty minutes packing it up again. I might not be ready for nuclear blast, but sorry – those tablets will not save you from radiation poisoning. You encounter something like that and all you can do is pray your heart’s delight. But the small cuts that can go bad, common cold, infections and cuts and bruises – I have help for that :). Plus what I don’t have, I look around and find.

 

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Drinking urine for medical or survival reasons

Seeing how this is growing popularity again amongst preppers as the last resort and for medical reasons, I thought I’d add a little salt in the punch. What prompt me to write this was one episode from second season of Doomsday Preppers.

Urine therapy was very popular in the mid 1990s. I remember several shows, where two guys came with glasses filled with slightly yellowish liquid and drank it in prime time TV to show how healthy they were. I was then in 5th grade and we had just had our first human body biology classes. I stared at the screen, trying to wrap my mind around the concept that someone was drinking their own waist. It is still popular though to drink your own urine and I don’t understand, why?

Why do you think we urinate?

It is to rid your body from extra water, minerals, vitamins your body does not need and rid your body from toxins you’ve consumed with drinking and eating.

So many unused water, minerals, vitamins – why not drink it? Seems perfect way, doesn’t it? Some filter their urine, some drink it as it is. Some let it sit for a while…

For preppers – what happens if you drink salty sea water? You get hydrated much faster. Then why do you think drinking your own mineral, salt filled urine is much better?

Has anyone heard of side effects of overdose of vitamins and minerals? Or overdose on toxins? For example vitamin D overdose can result bigger kidney stones. Loading all the toxins your body has already filtered out of your system back in the system can cause overdose on that as well. So instead of slight discomfort you felt an hour before urinating can turn into mighty bloated stomach ache instead. I’ve heard people brushing it off as detoxing your system. You need a brain check if you don’t make difference between slight discomfort for eating lots of raw food after nearly no fresh food consumption before and reloading toxins in your system. It might feel ok at first, but if you reload the toxins in again and again in longer period of time, you end up poisoning yourself.

What happens to kidneys if you drink your own urine?

Gravity. You know those sites that allow you splat thousands of small dots on the screen and when two emerge, the bigger object starts pulling all the others in? Pretty much the same thing happens in your kidneys.

Chemistry. If the mineral mass in liquid gets over certain mass, it doesn’t melt into the liquid anymore, but stays on the precipitation on the bottom. Same thing happens in your kidneys. The minerals it got rid are back in the kidney, the concentration flips and the image in your kidney gets quite clouded. It happens all the time. But if you then drink it in again after second, and third, and fourth time, you end up with fog so thick you can eat it with spoon. The minerals are not going anywhere nor anything else your body is trying to rid itself and the end result is either kidney stones or in worse case kidney failure.

There are people, who swear they have received help by drinking urine. I know only one case, where drinking your own urine was considered preferable. It was a man with condition that in short meant his body couldn’t obtain enough amounts of mineral and the doctors recommended him to drink his own urine second time to give body chance to obtain the minerals through second time. It was 1967. The man died duo kidney failure.

Then you say you let the urine sit for few hours before drinking it. If you’re still not convinced, let me paint you an image – stale urine is used since times not known to man for tanning and as mordant for fixing dyes on textile.

There are tens of books explaining how wonderful you will feel and what ailments it can cure, but think! Ask yourselves – do you want something so toxic and acidy you can use for fixing paint and tan leather back in your delicate body? If we were meant to drink our own urine, why were we made to urinate in the first place? You don’t need to be rocket scientist to understand that cons outweigh the plusses. Think before you do it! Chemistry and gravity!

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Mason heaters and cooking

So… the solar superstorm is still a coming…Well, right now we are enjoying the snow storm, which has taken half America out. Interesting is that we seems to have third day in a row snowing blizzard here and besides people getting tired of it there seems to be nothing scary about it. It is slightly wetter than we would like, but normal.

However, the promises of solar superstorm do sign me one thing: it is time to do the printed backup files. Even though I have read a lot about what kind of machines might be affected, quite many scientists do point out that info carriers might be affected, so it’s better to have my darlings on paper. Makes me sleep much better knowing I won’t have to start from zero to recreate them. God knows I’ve had to do that for more than once.

So what else could be done?

I’m not gonna do some doomsday prepping despite the lingering in me that I need to prepare. Though I keep reading those sites, half of them give me giggles more often than I would like. Often they are small things, daily duties that are unavoidable, but have significant difference to the quality of your life. Most of them seem to be my daily life already, in moderate way.

Things like if you take tree branch and slice it to make trivets- is it recycling?

Net basket is fantastic way to toss your roots in it and wash them naturally outside. However your no-pluming-included washing experience turns into total waist of water if you use your hose to “shower” them clean. My grandmother always used the rain water gathering water tank to do that. She just sank the basket in there several times and moved it around. After she had washed the veggies, she would then use the same water to water the plants. In spring she did it in the morning, summertime she did it in evenings. While she watered the plants, the veggies dried in the same basket sitting on the lawn. So it was unsettling to see this as “water saving tip”. Yes, it saves water, but only if you don’t do it with hose.

Many, who have proper masonry heaters at home, talk about building extra stove outside just in case for power failure. Why? Many of such also express their fear for climate change. Here’s the little insight. We had to live over a month without electricity some years back, thanks to company, who messed up. It was in the middle of a summer, so lighting up the fireplace was out of the question. We live in a house with massive stone walls, so unless you need to keep it dry, you don’t warm the fireplaces in summer. We had grill outside and so for over a month we lived on grilled food. What we learned from it, was the unfortunate truth that though my family loves grilled food, we get sick of it quite fast. The other truth was that grilling outside with even the light rain can be nuisance of its own, especially if you didn’t have any other alternatives. I can’t imagine doing it in autumn with heavy winds or in winter with minus 30 C outside. Learn from us – rethink that plan. It can seem fun for few day plan, but longer than that can be hard to endure.

Besides, if you have Finnish fireplaces or masonry heaters – get yourself either cast iron casserole cooking pot or ceramic casserole cook pot. Ours is at least 4 liters big. It was a gift for my parents and we love it to no end. It is one of those items that has no price and it is worth its weight in gold. Because of the size of it, you can hide entire meals in it and be done with it until dinner time.

If you plan to have a masonry heater, ask about the possibility to cook in there. In planning stage it is possible to add bread oven, too. This means your fireplace itself should be slightly bigger so you can fit your cook pot in it. If you already have fireplace, then choose the pot size accordingly. On a slidenote, I don’t think the fireplace is the right word here. It should be sort of like an oven.

The process itself is simple.

  • Plan little ahead. Note how long your oven takes time to completely finish burning. Prepare the dish in the pot so it can be put in the oven in time.
  • Careful with the edges! After all, we are talking about hot iron next to your hands! Use pot holders!
  • If you know you will cook in it, you can’t do fire with toxic things like plastic, rubber or anything that isn’t firewood, paper and match. If you burned some rubbish there before, then clean it up before you do the fire up. Sounds like a lot of work? Well, I don’t want this into my food, do you?
  • If you need to cook for the same night. The oven is on highest temperature right after fire has ended. Then push the charcoal (turned black or with very little red left) in the back and on the sides and simply put your pot on the cleaned bottom. Completely close the oven like usual and after about half an hour check on it. If it shows signs that one side is getting too much heat, turn the pot around. Usually the dishes are ready in 1,5 hours or 2. So if you want to serve it for dinner, plan ahead a bit.
  • If you are cooking stuff that you’ll need for holidays or next day, you don’t need very hot oven. So you can put things in slightly later if need and just leave them there over night. There are many things you can prepare this way, it’s like the slow cooker of your grandparents. Few years ago we put some sauerkraut in the oven, like we do every Christmas, and totally forgot it. It was nice and tasty surprise. So you can forget it there – besides slightly burnt edges, they tend to turn out fine.

 Foods you can prepare this way include pretty much everything. For quick cooking, you can cook anything starting from casual casseroles, small groats (buckwheat, rice…)  to smaller pieces of meat. We often have cooked veggie pot with few thicker slices of meat on top. I quick fry the meat beforehand so it wouldn’t loose it’s juices so much. Any big grain porridge that asks for longer period to cook will benefit from this as well, especially if you cook them for about an hour or hour and a half. For overnight you can leave anything that is big and needs slow cooking and benefit from simmering. Things like big roasts, sauerkrauts, big grain porridges (groats like wheat, barley), beans and peas, strong root vegetables (turnips, rutabaga, big onions, beetroot) and of course big roasts. Crock pot recipes should all work perfectly for this old-fashioned cooking, but what else was it than our grandmother’s early version of slow cooking? Ingenious version, too.

The fact that you don’t need to check on it as often as when you would be doing it in the pot, gives you free hands to do what you need while the meal cooks itself. We use it a lot to prepare holiday meals in advance and in big quantities. I can’t even imagine if I’d need to watch over them boiling in the pots. In winter I use it at least twice a week if the fireplace is heated enough to cook – no extra firewood used on cooking and no extra space lost for special wood based oven (which, by the way, have their own advantage – give anyone in my family a choice and we’d have both).  So, ideal for anyone, who is concerned about fuel use.

There are few foolproof recipes that you can twist according to your needs. I cook for family of 4 + dogs and take in consideration that it usually should last for tomorrow’s lunch, my quantities tend to be big.  They might also seem underseasoned, but that’s our taste – we like the taste of the real thing under it too.

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Medicine cabinet

 As cold winds are creeping in and the weather is turning for worse, I thought it would be good time to talk about what to hold in your medicine cabinet. Here I’m not talking about traditional cabinets full of pills in different sizes, but about herbs we keep at home for emergencies.

I think the medicine works at its best if combined with “traditional” medicine. Instead of traditional I would rather use Chemical, because there are plenty of arguments on which is the traditional and witch is not. The reality is, it gives better results if you know how to combine them without compromising one with the other. There are herbal remedies that don’t go well with pills, for example if you are taking blood thinning medicine, you should keep away from nettle and white clover just to be safe.

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Coming out of the broom closet

This article was first published September 18th, 2011, but it seems to have come up again.

As this seems to be the topic of the week, I would like to add to what I’ve watched in the channels in youtube. Some personal thoughts on the matter.

I agree with Annie on PaganPerspecti, who spoke about your privacy and how it is really up to you to whom you tell. That you don’t have to feel bad if you don’t go on your roof top and scream to the world “I’m pagan/wicca/witch!”.

In general I have been lucky. I grew up in environment where personal religion was what it was – personal. You didn’t discriminate people on this and it didn’t define you fully. It was part of you, but you didn’t get fired if anyone found out nor were you looked at any different if you walked around in your street. Rumors perhaps, but in general it didn’t matter. Also we have many natural witches around, thanks to whom nobody even winked if you told them you are “towards the woods” as we say (meaning you were nutty in a good way).

Still, this didn’t meant I would go around expressing my beliefs out and pressing them to be the best and the only way. With our openness on religion, there are still things we do not tolerate – pressure of any kind to start with. I’ve come to understand that this principle is pretty much universal.

I don’t usually bring up the subject in personal conversations unless people ask. I remember though how I thought about it years ago, when I started on the path. Then my mom solved my problem. In one word – respect.

1. No religion is better than other. I follow this rule firmly as even the though on religious intolerance makes me angry – there is no religion better than other. Study them and you’ll know what I mean. Rather find the common traits than differences. My father is Buddhist and Christian. My mother has same traits and my siblings have their own worlds. We are one odd bundle, but we never attack each other based on religion. It’s just one thing out of many and there are too many other factors that actually do keep you together.

2. Do not act provocatively. You do not erect altar in the living room and use this as your “coming out”. And you do not walk in the family meeting and land the bomb. That’s the worst one can do. I’ve seen my sister use this tactics and it always ends with fights and eating nerves. Your nerves. Rather do it gradually – read, do small things, act out the philosophy. No need to pick a fight.

3. Be honest and respect YOUR OWN privacy. You don’t often realize, but your liberty is in your privacy. If you put an add in your newspaper that you are a witch, there are always people, who feel they MUST turn you from the wrong path. Your privacy on the other hand gives you the liberty to do be free in your path without having to constantly protect yourself. You don’t need acceptance from every stranger out there, but you need it from your family. If you do trick like that you are not only risking with your own privacy, but also with theirs and it will put all of you in threat.

4. Practice. No point to go around saying you belong to some religion without going through the pits and bolts.

Celebrate their holidays with them – you will miss it later if you block it. And if you can’t make a bigger holiday out of your holidays, you can always celebrate it anyway. Bake a cake! No one minds a cake 😉 and you can still celebrate with your family. Or if it seems offensive, don’t tell, but still bake a cake! Clean the house before your holidays the day before your holiday. You still don’t need to spill the beans, but the house will be neat and everybody feel better. Doesn’t take them long to understand that there’s a reason behind it, but by that time it seems natural for both your family and to you.

At some point I started leaving my decks on the window for moonlight. I was fretting it would insult my father. He laughed the first time, joking on how stupid it was. But I did it next time and the next and now he doesn’t even rise a brow, just marks that it must be full Moon again. Same went with spells. I started with small things in secret, but now they have nothing against something boiling on the stove or anything else I take up. Because they know I don’t do something that would harm them.

Show that your religion is not threatening to their way of life. Show that your way of life is just as warmhearted and open as are theirs. Don’t press it to go faster than it goes. Show respect towards others and they do give you the same courtesy.Show your religion through your actions, but don’t use it as excuse to live out your anger.

Won’t keep the fights away, but it will make your life much easier and coming out wouldn’t be a problem. Because if the signs are there and it doesn’t threat them, they will take it as something normal. You learn over time how to deal with it all without having to come out with the answers within 5 minutes they will usually give you to explain yourself.

That’s how I got accepted by both my family, my friends and strangers, who happen to see my pentagram. I learned over time that my privacy is my freedom and this gives me confidence. I don’t have to feel threatened and act upon it. I didn’t walk out in the war without first learning what I’m fighting for. Don’t make the mistake – it’s better to know beforehand than to be put in stupid situation, because you were too eager to expose yourself.

Your mightiest tool is your brain – think and ask guidance from your gods/goddesses. If there is a need, you’ll find the way. The nice way, not the in-your-face! way. It’s a path that will last your entire life, you DO have the time.

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Bright Queen of the Sky

It is probably the astronomical event of the year – Morning Star is now the Evening Star! Ok, so perhaps not in so dramatic sense, but I liked how it sounds. I was really hoping to see this, but like it is inEstonia– if there is anything big, viewable, going on in Universe, then here we are neatly covered up from it. We got up four o’clock this morning just for this and guess? Complete overcast! It wasn’t even raining, just this thin light blue swirls dancing over our heads. So much of the global event.

Other interesting matters? Cold process soap!

I just want to make through the process of making cold process soap. I am not planning to make it into a monthly hobby, I just want to know how it is done and actually go through the process so if needed I know how to make it.  Plus it is utmost fun combining recipes like that!

I’ve been researching the quantities and temperatures and all the nifty part and now I need to make a post, where I can reason all this out for myself so when I start making it on Saturday morning, I will have proven results. Proven as recipe is calculated through and through, double checked and I have all I need for it in my hand.

I will take photos and post the end result here in a week or so.

The recipe I came up with based on what is available using Bramble Berry Soap Lye calculator:

5%    Castor oil        25 g
11 %  Coconut oil     55 g
3 %   Jojoba oil          15 g
28 %  Olive oil          140 g
21 %  Palm Butter   105 g
32 % Rapeseed oil  160 g

7% Lye (NaOH) Amount 65,528 g
Grams of liquid recommended 165 g

Patch is meant for 500 g of oils and yields 730,53 g

Rapeseed infusion: fresh nettle, blackcurrant and birch leaves.
Additions: 1 tablespoonful of green Argiletz clay

I used percentage to figure it out, so I added them in front. Now comes the poring part of why I chose to put together such recipe :). It’s new process for me, so I want to recall what I thought on that moment of putting it together so I can explain it to others if I need to.

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Nibiru, my darling, are you coming home?

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Honestly, I don’t know what to make of this. I’ve been watching the entire day videos that explain what the Planet X is and how it is getting nearer and nearer to Earth. By May 15th it should have been visible bare eye from Australia and right now I feel like I’m in good need of vacation. Just to prove myself that it really is nothing but a blob created by those “experts” who can’t even recognize Moon eclipse for what it is. At least I could get a nice 10k EURO trip to south, right?

I added the cute clock here just for the fun so I can always come back and check if the doom is already near or not.

One thing I am sure of – this autumn things will go weird and something has to give, which is bringing more trouble than we are customed to. We can only be lucky if there are fewer survivors, but thinking in zombie tactics – we love to imagine ourselves as the ones not zombies while the fact is you’d be one of the crowd. And I mean THE crowd. So I guess I have little to worry about.

This Nibiru isn’t letting me slide though. I’m convinces that it indeed is a prophecy that doesn’t have merit, but in reality I can’t just jump off the ferry and declare that there is no such planet either.

Good thing is I don’t have to worry about probing it wrong or right, because in time coming it will do it for me. In 205 days and 5 hours and if then there really is something that strech us up, cause another ice age and make as feel like… makes us feel bad, then as much as I can be, I will be ready. Not in the hiding-in-the-bunker, but prepared enough to guarantee at least some level of sustainability to my family and pets. I can’t think of any other place to face it from either.

But some of those videos – I am having a blast! So many paranoia in so short videos. I’m getting my mind blown up with new ideas. Should get to writing instead. First I need to get out of my life’s first hangover. Oh man, why do people actually drink like this? I didn’t even have that much and I feel bad. Not enough to throw up, but bad enough to think of never drinking again.

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