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January 04, 2009


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Given that you're twelve(ish) hours ahead of me, you've been at your new job for about four hours and the worst of the newness is over but the scariness of reality is setting in! Yay! Email me whenever you have the energy and tell me more about your job.

I've spent so much of my life making Chicken-Little-like "jazz hands" about things, that it's a wonder anyone pays any attention to me at all anymore (hmmm... maybe they don't, maybe they just pretend to). But there are worse things than being an open, if overly dramatic, book. We might be silly, but we're always entertaining - one of those books you don't brag about reading but always choose to take with you on a plane or to the hospital waiting room because it's a thumping good read and is distracting and so, comforting.

Anyway, I wish Shelly Von Strunkel could be in my new flickr collection of silly names! And I hope that all went well today and continues to do so tomorrow and tomorrow.

a thousand shades of twilight

Oh, thanks so much, darling. I will email you about the new job soon. All I'll say for now is: so far so good. Silly me was so focussed on getting out of the last job that it came a shock this morning when I woke up and thought:"Darn. Now I have to start all over again and do something else". That's how it works, I guess...

I love your reference to Chicken Little - I can so relate! Also, here's to living our lives like a cracking good read! Yay! As much as I respect him, who wants to live like a Camus?

Shelly von S writes for our local rag - you couldn't make her up. She has hair slicked back in a bun and a mysterious visage. Formerly known as Jean Mullins, no doubt. Hmmm. Must find a way to get her on Flickr...leave it with me!

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