Devyn. 25. Happily Married. Born and raised in Alabama. I'm a very Southern girl, who happened to end up on Colorado.

I am an old woman in a young woman's body. Some may find this incredibly boring, but that won't change the facts my friends.

Posted: June 6th
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This is my dad. I don’t have very many pictures of him, but I thought I should post one today, since everyone is sharing all these great things about their dads.
The saddest thing about it all, is I lose a little bit more every day. The stories become muddled, and the memories get foggier. But I tell you a few things about him.
He was an incredibly proud man. He was strong, and brave, and he would do anything to take care of his family. He was hilarious, and could make me laugh like no one else, if only because his laugh was so infectious. He led a rough life. He walked with a limp, and he was missing a kneecap. He was always proud of me, and supported my choices, no matter how crazy they were. He had faith in me. He taught me so many things, that I won’t be able to forget, because they are part of who I am. He made me. He was my daddy and I miss him every day.

I should really be studying.

I’m going to be saying this a lot for the next few days. I have an exam on Wednesday, and a Final on Monday, neither of which I am even sorta prepared for.

To top it off I believe I am getting sick.

My honey is actually zonked out on the couch now. He’s being sick for the last three days.

This weekend is our fifth anniversary. And next weekend is the fourth anniversary of Daddy’s death. I think I’ll be okay this year though.

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Death Cab for Cutie | Styrofoam Plates

I will listen to this song just a few more times, and then move on, and forget any of this ever happened. No sense in being bitter anymore.

I really am a horrible person for feeling this way, aren’t I?

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Hope is over the Hill: 1994’s MOST BIZARRE SUICIDEAt the 1994 annual awards dinner given by...

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1994’s MOST BIZARRE SUICIDE

At the 1994 annual awards dinner given by the American Association for Forensic Science, AAFS President Don Harper Mills astounded his audience in San Diego with the legal complications of a bizarre death. Here is the story.

“On 23 March 1994, the medical examiner…

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Posted: August 8th
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