I spent the weekend with Mimi on her new farm. It isn’t the one I lived on, hence “new”. I had a blast: I saw Todd, and I rode Cinnamon, one of the horses. I learned Amigo died. :( He had arthritis and just got to where he couldn’t function right, and it would have been more painful for him to continue going like he was.

Anyway, I did take pictures.~

I made four videos, but they won’t play right on my laptop, so I’ll see if they upload correctly to [at least] YouTube later and will post them on 6birds if they do play right when I get around to it. The audio only plays on my laptop… it’s really weird. >.>

This post is picture-heavy.

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Not once have I ever said anyone had to believe what I say. However, if I’m quite consistent in my words — my story, my experiences — shouldn’t that result in truth-telling from me? Shouldn’t that hold reason for my words to be the truth?

I find it difficult to lie, thus I do not — I cannot mentally handle lying, nor can I deal with the pretending that comes with it, as I can barely pretend to be “normal” around the people who want me to be/act normal… around the people who wish me “fixed”.

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Hi! I did things today!

Many of the pictures are from Instagram, but I think having a variety really works out and makes it cool, and ah… maybe not.

I went to the Gluten & Allergen Free Expo yesterday, and it was really, really awesome and eye-opening.

This post is part of A Day in the Life, a series by Manda.

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Apart from being in pain that makes me want to vomit, lately I’ve been alright.

In becoming an “official blogger” for the Dallas Gluten & Allergen Free Expo, I’ve noticed something with them and with their subscription box that is pretty stellar and should be done by other major/serious PR folks: my stats don’t seem to matter.

I applied to become a blogger using Charlise’s blog, just because I have been feeling “blah” again about 6birds, and her blog isn’t that “big” compared to 6birds in terms of age, traffic, etc.

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