Thursday, April 25, 2013

Lull

Thoughts are still hard to make, and the thoughts that make it through are hard.

-Youngman Brown

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  1. I just read your post on Relax. Smile. I've always been asked if I'm mad or sad because my natural expression looks like I'm frowning. I was going through some old pics and found one of me as a baby...with a frown. Now when I'm around people, I conscientiously turn my mouth up. I know it seems like such a silly thing, but people respond better to me.

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    1. I'm the same way. My natural expression is kind of stone face actually. I try to remember to smile or open my mouth a little or something to make myself look less pissed off. lol

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  2. I love the word "lull." It somehow embodies a pause, a word with palatable emotion, almost texture. :)

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  3. Was wondering where you've been! Get un-lullified!

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  4. I'm pretty sure that this is obscene.

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  5. Truth. Also, I remember reading Relax.Smile. I force peaceful or happy expressions on my face for a living working in a Peds ICU. I have a new baby who has smiled from his birth. His smiles, whether in sleep or directed at me, make me feel happy versus his frowns that make my heart hurt.

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