Reality check in the pause for breath

With some relief in sight, I can admit that being on the road somewhat underequipped and jnderfunded is really hard. The overnight options, as I learned in Centerville, are fraught with the potential for devastating toxic exposures. Packing and unpacking dvery day is painful and an egregious time sink. The solitude doesnt bother me but the lack of distraction does. The constant, relentless struggle with tbis poor body leaves the words “frustration” and “hovering bitterness” feeling hopelessly inadequate.

I’m supposed to create a budget fod implementi g the CRPS: Art & Spirit projdct. I’m much mord clear about what ig will need to include. Good information to have.
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  1. And let me just say that I find the Galaxy S3 significantly harder to use than my old iPhone 3GS. Having to type into a space that snaps out of sight is too ridiculous fof words, as you can see above. The judge should hVe tried using a Samsung phone. Then he would have realized they didnt steal nearly enough from Apple.

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