November 2019 archive

Songs I Love by Contemporary Christian Music Artists Stacie Orrico, Rachael Lampa and Jaci Velasquez

The following is a list of songs by Stacie Orrico that are either unreleased, on international versions of her albums or on other albums that are otherwise hard to find nowadays. I love *every single one* of these songs!! And also, I want to make sure people know that I’ve verified that *all* of these …

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List of Things I’m Thankful for, November 2019

For years I’ve seen people post on social media about things that they’re thankful for; however *I’ve* never actually done something like that myself, until *this* year. And so my list reads as follows:Day one: I’m thankful for every day that I get to remain alive.Day two: I’m thankful for music because no matter what …

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Songs I Love by Brandy (Who’s one of My Favorite Artists)

The following is a list of songs by Brandy that are either unreleased, or on international versions of her albums or on other albums that are otherwise hard to find nowadays. I love *every single one* of these songs!! And also, I want to make sure people know that I’ve verified that *all* of these …

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List of Songs That Have Gotten Me Through Numerous Life Experiences: Revised

But first, I want to let people know that when you read a * sign next to one of these songs, I put that symbol there to indicate that that particular song is either unreleased or on an album that’s difficult/unable to be found now. But that being said, most, if not *all* of these …

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Holiday Gripes, Assorted Thoughts on Disability, Sexuality, Being Free from Abuse/Other Toxic Biological Family members, Creepy People and a TV Show

In response to someone in the Blind Bitching group who posted about having to listen to Christmas music *this* early, I wrote:I’m an atheist so I don’t celebrate Christmas, nor do I enjoy such festivities that come with this time of year. Personally, I think that the majority of it is fake, because people want …

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List of Songs That Mean a Lot to Me, That Have *Also* Helped Me Through Numerous Life Experiences

But first, I want to let people know that when you read a * sign next to one of these songs, I put that symbol there to indicate that that particular song is either unreleased or on an album that’s difficult/unable to be found now. But that being said, most, if not *all* of these …

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Thoughts on Different Aspects of My Multiple Disabilities, More Thoughts on Sexuality, and Upcoming Excitement

So I recently told my caretaker about my bitch about men telling lesbians that they just haven’t met ‘the right guy.’ His response? “Every guy thinks that!” Me, internally, and how do you *not* see that as being a problem? Ugh!! Because lots of people believe in religion in some form or other too, but …

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Thoughts on Holidays, Music, Disability, Chronic Illnesses, and Bitching About Many Men’s Views of Women’s Gayness

In response to someone in the Disabled Feminists FB group, I wrote the following:Thanks for your words, they really mean a lot. Some people do validate these types of feelings I have, but not many, to be honest. That is a huge reason why I came here to post about this: because many people think …

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Thoughts on Loneliness, the Holidays, Life, Death and Something to Look Forward to

In my last blog post, I forgot to mention that Christina Aguilera’s merchandise team emailed me *yet again* apologizing for the mistake regarding the release of her digital album bundle being delayed for who knows how much longer. And much like the last time I wrote here about her merchandise team emailing me, they said …

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Music Excitement, a Dream, Tough Times for Me and More

I tweeted the below tweet to a fan account for Christina Aguilera. My tweet reads:AguileraOnline I just recently discovered this account but I’m happy to have done so. My username is for @xtina and I’m a fighter who saw her for the first time in June this year. Words cannot even begin to express how …

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