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Sometimes it’s hard to say goodbye. It just feels easier to keep holding on. But in the long run it’s usually a good idea to let go, it’s the daring thing to do. It allows room for new things, for transformation. And maybe the goodbye isn’t even forever, but you can’t know until you really say goodbye and mean it. In some cases, goodbye is really the end, and good riddance!

Say goodbye to all the things you need to let go of: bad habits, dead people, alive people, ex-boyfriends and girlfriends, self-destructive feelings and behaviors, jobs, projects, re-occuring thoughts, etc. Write it as a simple list:

Goodbye Bill.
Goodbye wetting the bed.
Good bye interrupting people when they are talking.etc.

Learning to love you more.

misscontraire:

No One Belongs Here More Than You
By Miranda July

This collection in three words: candid, heartfelt, and a little bit pesky.

A Miss Contraire update after.. how long again? Anyway, I still owe five new posts and I will get to them as soon as I have time to write inarticulate book reviews. I haven’t stopped reading! I just stopped reviewing them because of work. But I only have a week left, so yay! :)

"Are You The Favorite Person of Anybody?"

Directed by Miguel Arteta
Written by Miranda July
Starring John C. Reilly, Miranda July, Mike White and Chuy Chavez
From Wholphin Issue 1 

Eleven Heavy Things by Miranda July
Eleven Heavy Things, created for the 53rd International Art Exhibition at the Venice Biennale, is comprised of eleven sculptural works installed in an enclosed garden within Giardino delle Vergini. The cast fiber-glass, steel-lined pieces are designed for interaction: pedestals to stand on, tablets with holes for body parts, and free-standing abstract headdresses.

THINGS:

- “Me and You and Everyone We Know” is a lovely, lovely film. Thanks, Gian, for making me watch it.
- I only have 7 weeks left at work aka HELL. I am so glad to be leaving soon.
- My camera’s still undergoing repair. Hay. So I’ve been using my Polaroid camera lately.
- Still, life is great. The positive things definitely outweigh the negative ones. Someone’s keeping me grounded.
- SEVEN WEEKS LEFT AT WORK. LET’S PARTY.