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This is what it could look like when one completely deconstructs a life as one knows it, and how to build from the ground up. Alternatively, this is a fresh look at an old story. The fine art of falling apart.

Mrs. John Cusack.


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Abstract Magdalene.

I haven't been paying too much attention to Mrs. John Cusack lately. Not even to sync up with new music. I still have last week's play list on there. I shouldn't neglect my iPod, so.

I'm watching Intervention. I'm sucked into the happy endings that are portrayed after the gritty shots of people smoking Meth. Meth is a funny thing, you know. It takes literally pennies to make, and people are smoking their brains out all over the country. Yet, my sister, the one that bottoms out every 3 months, is not addicted to it at all. She relies on the hillbilly heroin to keep her going, and to pot. I once told my older sister that we should do something, but there isn't anything left to do. We did all the things other people have done when they have an addicted relative.

It just gets to me sometimes. She could be so much.

Urg. This is what goes through my mind when I watch too much A & E.



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