Thursday, March 15, 2007

The last page

"Our lives begin to end the day we become
silent about things that matter."

--Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

10 comments:

  1. Renee8:17 AM

    I always read the last page. It's often a relief to discover that I didn't anticipate what would be written on it.

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  2. Go baby ... go-go!

    Smooch,
    The Tart
    ; *

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  3. Wow..I am impressed..you go from boiling hairy corn one day to the deeper meaning of life's last page...yea, I'm a sucker for ramdom paradoxal moments.

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  4. Promise me that if you find out what the last page is all about you won't post a spoiler, no matter what Martin Luther King JR said?

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  5. Well I haven't given any thought to last page before, but now... very cute. :)

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  6. Oh, I don't wonder so much as go back and relive them in memory. Nostalgic, I believe that's what it's called :)

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  7. i´ve never read harry potter except the last page of the last one...

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  8. i usually fill my last page with those annoying stickers they put on the top of cds. i'm weird that way.

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  9. if you're talking about sketchbooks, i use the last page to test my prismacolor markers. i always forget what color they're going to be.

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Willie