Archive for November, 2008

Doll Face

29Nov08

Sometimes we are not satisfied with who we naturally are, and try to improve ourselves by trying to become something we see somewhere else, some of us to the point where we destroy any reminents of who we really are, and afterward become broken within. A sad result of having the wrong expectations. What are […]


Song of the Moment Tool – Jambi It’s thanksgiving morning here. I’ve just woken up and wanted to share with you some things that I am thankful for. So, here’s a little list I’m gonna throw down for ya. Echo is thankful for: His loving family His most cherished daughter The job he still has […]


I don’t believe I’ve properly introduced myself to you. I’d rather not be just another member on this network rambling out what he likes and dislikes. I’d rather describe myself to you so you know who is writing all this stuff you’re reading from me everyday. My name is…. well, just call me Echo. Or […]


Song of the Moment: Kenny Wayne Shepard – Blue on Black *Lights up a cigarette* You know what I can’t stand? (and this is going to sound blunt, just bear with me here) People who give themselves away to someone else like they are on sale. You know what I mean? Okay, so woman meets […]


Gears of War 2

23Nov08

Song of the Moment Drowning Pool – 37 Stitches I don’t play video games enough these days. I should though. Gears of War 2. Wicked game, great AI scripting, intense graphics! I played multiplayer Horde match with a friend of mine. Where other’s failed, I pwned. Much fun… The way Horde works is co-op. You […]


Random Thoughts

22Nov08

I’ll be honest with you. Right now, I frankly have nothing to write about. I’m just going to move my fingers any which way they’re going to go and see what happens. You’ve probably done that right? I used to write really long blog entries. Most of what I wrote was never smaller than 6 […]


Yes, it’s getting colder, and you’re just going to have to deal with that. You’ve got clothes to keep you warm, and you’ll get more. Here’s what’s important right now: Job transfer. Whether  you move back to your family or you stay where you’re at now, you have to focus on moving to the next […]