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I LOVE Freecell, too. I haven't played in a while, better not to even start! I remember the wedding day, I first came to your blog because I had to read everyday about the progress on the dress! What a happy coincedence! Jane

By Blogger jane, at 9:36 AM  

Happy Anniversary to William and Worth!! My how time does fly! (It's been a year already?)

By Blogger Carolyn, at 11:56 AM  

Happy anniversary to the beautiful and wonderful souls of W&W.

By Blogger Amie, at 1:21 PM  

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Sunday, January 22, 2006  

30 # free cell games played avoiding $Paperwork$
3 # pretty colored files that are too small for all the back years of $Paperwork$
2 # of bags of carrots I ate trying to not eat spice cake
1 # bags of papers that are probably still hidden somewhere in the house.
8 # bills to pay
1 # of reiki sessions I think I need to slog my way through the $Paperwork$ reorganization process.

Sigh.

I ought not complain, though. For look what Mr.Horoscope tells me!

Your week ahead: Shall we discuss the number of unfair and impossible tasks that
you are now being expected to perform? Shall we worry about what's likely to
prove difficult? Shall we wonder why other people seem to lead much easier
lives? Or shall we just trust that you are not in your current position by
mistake. You have made a brave choice. You are now coping with the inevitable
consequences of this decision. You may become stretched, but you will not break.
You may find yourself 'out of your depth' but you will not end up totally
submerged. Somehow, you will be helped and you will make exactly the right kind
of deeply satisfying progress.


Of course, it’s far easier to look at this and think “Oh well, doesn’t that sound like GD”, or M or any of a host of other Virgos I know. But for the woman who took the Stagnant Stash Oath, who actually did pull out money paperwork in January, instead of March 18th, like she usually does - well - who am I kidding? I console myself with the thought that I will be glad of all this, later. Gladder then, than I am whiney now.

And for those of you who are new to this blog - and for those of you who are sweetly nostalgic - I mention here that one year ago today, in a ferocious sleet storm, the Young Darlings wed. 130 guests braved the storm and joined us at Upper Essex Church for the beautiful ceremony and gorgeous dress (if I do say so myself) and delicious food. It was one of the most magnificent days I ever had the joy to live through. You can read all about it, and see links to photos, in the January 05 archives. It took me a good week to get around to writing it all up - heck it took us 2 weeks to eat up all the leftover wedding food. Fortunately though, that put the post with pictures near the top of the archived page.

The YD’s are off on an anniversary jaunt, but the popped over last night to return Capt. Jack, who’d been hunting with LD.

Sigh. I believe, instead of getting on with the $Paperwork$ I will go re-read that post.

posted by Bess | 7:34 AM
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