Feb. 2nd, 2011

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Life is going well. Being productive most days getting resumes out the door and catching up on my continuing education stuff. Should have all of that done by next wednesday. Therapy is on hold for the next 2 weeks as she is out on emergency leave. /shrug So it goes. I am maintaining momentum at the moment so let's hope I can keep it up.

Have been keeping up with social as well. (the only down being that it is doing crap for the whole eating healthy thing.) Some club nights, lots of gaming, a wedding and gaming and even some familial socialness going on.
Tonight I went to the theater with quixotic_goat. We have season tickets to the Studio Theater, which means once every other month we are required to go out for something different. Tonight's offering was amazing. Marcus; or the Secret of Sweet, (http://www.studiotheatre.org/calendar/view.aspx?id=1505) is about a young man comin to terms with his sexuality and how it fits into his life as a black man in rural Louisiana. It is running through the 20th and I highly recommend checking it out.

Hopefully there will be more later.
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Does anyone have any idea as to why my LJ posts will no longer post to my Facebook? (yes I am checking the box)

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February promotes awareness of to important issues.

Firstly it is Black History Month. Later I may post something more involved as to why I think Black History month is important. If you don't agree, ask and we can discuss. Needless to say I feel that it is valid and important to be celebrating African American history, both as a society and as individuals trying to expand our horizons and better understand out fellow man. And in the spirit of spreading knowledge, I leave you with linkies. Go forth and increase your brain.

A brief look at the Harlem Renaissance -- http://www.biography.com/blackhistory/harlem-renaissance.jsp

Octavia Butler was a brilliant author. If you have the time I highly recommend The Parable of the Sower, a very different post-apocalyptic telling. -- http://www.biography.com/articles/Octavia-E.-Butler-38207

February is also American Heart Month. Heart disease is the #1 killer of both men AND women in this country. More than All cancers combined. No one is exempt. So go out and do something for your heart today.
This is why there is a red dress on my dayrunner -- http://www.goredforwomen.org/


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