Friday, April 15, 2011

In a Whirl


Taken April 1, 2011.

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6 comments:

  1. Tears on the front porch and tears in the library--all before noon--and that was staff members. Emotions are running high these days.
    I'm just keeping my head down and making it through the days.
    Friday--WooHoo.

    Beth, Cyberhugs.

    If you haven't seen Source Code with Jake Gyllenhaal--a great action/thriller with a heart. Nice eye candy and tugs at the heart strings, as well as plenty of bomb explosions. What's not to like.

    Fab. Friday to All.

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  2. Morning, all.

    Friday @ the mimes. My last makeup day, thank goodness--at least until I start banking days for my NYC trip in the fall.

    @Lisa - :( ::hugs to all:: Sorry to hear about the emotional days.

    Tree pollen hitting record highs again this year. My eyes are very unhappy. But, that said, the weather is shaping up nicely today, even though another storm system is due tonight.

    Happy Friday!

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  3. Hugs to Lisa and Beth. May May be a better month.

    Andi, the car is getting serviced so I am ready to safely drive down to Bethesda for Malice. Very good thing!

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  4. Looks like one of the many cacti sprinkled around the valley, andi! And thanks for the answer re yesterday's picture - I had no clue. :)

    And for the kind words. Life goes on.

    Hugs, Lisa. I'm sure you're a calming force in the middle of all of that emotion.

    I get to see Nancy tomorrow (doing the happy dance)! Not sure if she'll have time for more than a hug, but at least I can attend her panel and learn something. We will wish you all were there with us - and I will hug her for you! I'm looking forward to the drive to Flagstaff, and visiting a new place.

    But today, off to the mimes. TGIF, y'all!

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  5. Keep that head down and before you know it, you'll be banging right into summer, Lisa.

    I'm sorry about the pollen, Maria, but I've got tell you, I am absolutely loving seeing spring come to life plant by plant.

    Dina, happy driving!

    Ooh, lucky you, Beth. Getting to see Nancy and hear her panel. Plus, Flagstaff is such a great town (if you have a chance, go to Macy's)

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  6. {{{Lisa}}} Summer's coming!

    Maria, the storms are already here. So far, nothing dramatic. They just replaced our tornado watch with one where we're *just* outside the watch area, so maybe we'll be OK.

    Dina, enjoy Malice and I hope you see lots of online friends there!

    {{{Beth}}} hold your head up, you'll find the right one sooner or sooner. Give Nancy a hug for me!

    Andi, spring *is* a nice time despite the storms. The wild garlic looks pretty robust this year… hope it blooms out before the mowers nail it.

    Mason's all congested, and was up a lot last night… making up for three nights in a row of uninterrupted sleep for the grandparents. :-P He's zorched out now. Off to edit some more…

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