Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Float, baby! It's a Big Universe! :)

You'll find me,
On Sugar...

...w/ a sugasm...and, more..

onsugar.com. Happy New Year!

The Best is Yet To Come.
I'll be...there, and everywhere.

You know me: Forever,Adam.

~x~ <<>

Sunday, November 9, 2008

The Universe, as a long and winding road:

Ever changing. Ever Expanding. Ever turning. Ever falling. Ever rising. Forever.

Why must we always give up upon those we love?

We leave, with a wave of our hand,

knowing those paths we've crossed

were only first steps:

a broad, bare, longing...

...or, a shuffle toward forever.


Friday, September 26, 2008


Aquarius (January 20 - February 18)
Your interactions with someone close to you are more important than ever -- and may be getting some extra scrutiny, too! Try your best to do right by them, but make sure to stay true to yourself.


PS: The video, in the previous post, has been
replaced with the YouTube Version. (Onward & Upward, with the darn Monkey references! Spank*)

Friday, September 12, 2008

Where did that Monkey go????SinfullyAnon:

"My ass is just TOO Hot!!"~~


Where there's Will...There's a Way!
Hold on, Pamfilo...Hold on.


Sunday, August 31, 2008

How Quickly The Years Go by...

New York humor!
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Thursday, August 21, 2008

Thank you, Michael Phelps:

From: Fox-News Channel Web-site:

Olympic swimmer and gold medalist Michael Phelps may not have Marfan syndrome but he certainly has people talking about it.

In recent weeks there have been conflicting media reports that his long arms, slender physique and increased flexibility are signs he has the incurable condition, but an excerpt from his autobiography assures his fans he is disease-free.

Marfan syndrome is a genetic disease where the body's connective tissue is defective.

Because connective tissue is present throughout the body, this condition can affect many systems, including the skeleton, eyes, heart and blood vessels, nervous systems, skin and lungs, the National Marfan Foundation said on its Web site.

In the book, “Michael Phelps: Beneath the Surface,” Phelps describes how he first got to be checked at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Md.

My heart rate was accelerating and Bob suggested I see the doctor. Because I was very flexible and had long hands and feet, I had some early symptoms of Marfan syndrome, a disease that affects connective tissues and can be fatal if there is leakage to the vessels that lead to the heart. If you reach out your arms and form a T and your wingspan is longer than your height, you can be at risk. In my case, those measurements have always been very close. I didn't know at the time why the doctor decided to look into this. My mom and Bob didn't want me to freak out, so they told me it was simply a good idea for young athletes to have an EKG test in order to look at the heart.

Fortunately everything was, and still is, okay. I have been tested once a year ever since at John's Hopkins under the direction of Dr. Peter Roe, and the tissues are strong, the aortic route is clear and my heart is in good shape - as long as my Baltimore Ravens are winning."

Dr. Reed Pyeritz, chief of the medical division of genetics at the University of Pennsylvania, said Phelps’ features certainly fit the criteria of a Marfan patient – but it could also fit anyone in the general population.

“So I would never dissuade anybody, a physician in particular, from suspecting Marfan syndrome,” Pyeritz said. “But, if that’s all there was, the likelihood would be relatively low.”

Other characteristics of Marfan patients include:

— protruding or concave sternum

— curvature of the spine

— dislocation of one or both eye lenses

— stretch marks, even without weight gain

— arching of the roof of the mouth, which may cause crowding of teeth

— enlargement of the aorta

— restrictive lung disease

Marfan syndrome may present itself in many different ways, according to the Foundation's Web site: Some patients are mildly affected and have only a few of these characteristics, while others are severely affected.

“The enlargement of the aorta can be present before birth or during childhood,” Pyeritz said. “But, in an adult male, if he had Marfan syndrome, it would be present. And, if they were looking for the disease, they would have detected the enlarged aorta already. I’m sure (Michael Phelps) had an echocardiogram already, and then he probably wouldn’t be swimming since physical activity is restricted.”

There are 200,000 people in the United States who have the disease or a related connective tissue disorder, said Eileen Masciale, director of communication for the National Marfan Foundation, which is located in Port Washington, N.Y.

Of those people, 50,000 to 60,000 have Marfan syndrome, she said, and about half of them are undiagnosed.

Marfan patients can live well into their 70s with proper treatment, which is why it is so important to be checked out, Masciale said.

In 1986, Olympic volleyball player Flo Hyman died of complications from Marfan syndrome. It is suspected that John Larson, writer of the Broadway musical "Rent," who died of an aortic aneurysm, also had the disease.

“Hyman had been checked countless times for college, for the Olympics, and no one suspected Marfan syndrome,” Pyeritz said.

However, soon after her death, an article ran in Sports Illustrated about the disease and a number of people with Marfan characteristics rushed to their doctors.

Pyeritz said he saw an increased number of patients that year.

“We wound up diagnosing a number of people,” he said. “There is great value in publicizing the features. The vast majority won’t have it based on flexible joints or long arms, but there will be a few who do have it and we will be able to save their lives.”

[Awareness is good. ] ....


Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Sunday, August 10, 2008

You've got to be carefully taught....

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....One Year Later.
(Happy Blog-Anniversary, to Me!)
...can I come home now??...

Shameless Love!

...what a story.

xx,Will (sausage dogs! lol!)

Tuesday, August 5, 2008


I'd like to thank my Russian Friend, Lolitta,
for uploading this.

Another Great Band!


Saturday, July 26, 2008


It is always best,
to tell the truth,
the whole truth,

and, nothing BUTT
the truth....(right?) ...[for, the ladies!]

xx,Will (..spank*)

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Play it as it Lays...

I'm fucking tired.
End of story.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Have a "Naughty" 4th of July!

Just dropping in for a quick one...gotta run...

Have a great 4th of July, Friends.


Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Favorite Band of The Moment!

For Summer Time "naughtiness":
click the blog-post title.

If you are -18: Enjoy, Augustana, or click, "next blog."

Love yez, Will o6/24/o8

Friday, June 6, 2008


Monday, May 19, 2008

Where shall I go from here?:

Amazing. That's exactly how I view this little Universe I've traveled in.

Those who seek me out, combing the "Links," will know me better; and, in turn, I can only scatter myself further.

Not everything in life is sexy, or naughty, or full of hot passions; therefore, what you find is the "hodge-podge," and sometimes depressing "posts" I'm prone to~~Yes, RL intrudes, and the confessional quakes! (I'm in a nutty family, and we can all write our stories)

No matter what shit goes down; no matter how it plays (poetry, prose, memoir..life) You, my traveling readers,
will always be in tune...a link away. I'll may drop out, but I'll always be back.

Only death itself will take me out of this Universe.

Love yez,
Will. o5/19/o8.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

I promise,...

...You will always know where to find me.

Thursday, April 3, 2008

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Yes. Rolling right along, Marty:

[note: This isn't advertising.
This is Rock 'n Roll....

..(Have you ever seen
"The Last Waltz"??????????)...

..This is Love!]


Saturday, March 15, 2008


It always comes down to this:
How much am I willing
to give away:

Blazing a trail,
with fallen bridges,
and, broken dreams,

collapsing in that place
you'd left empty.

Your voice no longer can reach this heart;
and, all your belief in stars,

are burnt out,


Saturday, March 8, 2008

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Thursday, February 28, 2008

~~It Matters..................~~

With Love,
at the end of his rope,
Will (Formerly, "Adam")

Monday, January 28, 2008

Monday, January 21, 2008

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Monday, January 7, 2008

For those who want to know:

Little by little,
everything, eventually,
comes together:

Broken toys,
long thrown away,

into the good-byes,
of friends and family;

and, the church-bell no longer rings in your ear.

You'll find yourself,
alone, but determined;

everything you love,
you'll cling to, all the more...

no matter how disappointing the Crew of them.

Memory, where it matters most,
can take a family,
into light, or darkness.

I see my days,
as a summing-up;
no longer fearful of what others think.

In my father's eyes,
I am wise now...

...and, as paired to his Past,
as he.

I, the silent ill,
shall depart from being callous:

Only love,
for the one who raised me.

His absence, has always been ...

as such.

[see you all, once again, one day]

You raise me up - Westlife - MyVideo

xx,Will 1/6/2008~~I've truly had it with everything. Still love.Still.

Friday, January 4, 2008

Take care.
This day & always,