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What do you call it when you corral all the cats into one room for their anti-flea treatment?

Frontline Assembly. Hee :)

It seems I haven't entirely beaten the Creeping Crud yet. I feel pretty good in the middle of the day, but upon waking I still have congestion and throat soreness. It's been over a week now, fer chrissake. But, on the up side, today is the last day of Phase One on South Beach for E and me. It seems I can fit into a smaller size of jeans that I thought, and like E, I have had to move my wedding ring to my middle finger, because it was falling off my ring finger.

Also, I made the following icon for jbsegal. The interest is Edward Gorey. (papertigers is next up.)

Finally and most importantly:

"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."


"When you are right you cannot be too radical; when you are wrong, you cannot be too conservative."

Thank you. Dr. King. Your words give me strength. And help me not to emigrate to New Zealand.


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Jan. 17th, 2005 12:33 pm (UTC)
Creeping Crud: pretty please please please give me Permission to do distance reiki on you, dear one.

Another fine quote, appropriate for the day, especially in this climate: "Speak your mind, even if your voice shakes."
--Maggie Kuhn, Social Activist

And help me not to emigrate to New Zealand.
I had someone ask me very recently what I was still doing here. They weren't speaking about new zealand, per se, but my response involved not being able to survive without my Dear Ones. (I admit, though, that I do wish you'd reconsider new zealand in a few years.) (They have many llamas)
Jan. 18th, 2005 04:53 pm (UTC)
pretty please please please give me Permission to do distance reiki on you, dear one.

:) Hell, yes! I'd be very greatful, sweetie.

I seriously doubt I will ever actually want to move to NZ. I'd be too far away from my family. But who knows. My mind may change. I'm a P like that :)
Jan. 17th, 2005 05:33 pm (UTC)
Ahhhh. New Zealand. Why don't we all move there and start an organic farm? I just checked, and it's partly cloudy and 70 degrees just south of Auckland on the east coast along the Bay of Plenty. Tomorrow it's supposed to be sunny and in the high 70s! My family's only about an hour or so away. When we visited, we stayed just north of there in Whitianga. It's absolutely beautiful near the ocean. Fresh fish. Clean water. All the sheep you can. . . . Never mind.

Now may be not the best time to buy, what with the exchange rate so shitty. But then again, living around here -- well, anything would be cheaper.

Jan. 17th, 2005 08:37 pm (UTC)
If enough of our freaky friends moved to NZ, we could make it fun!
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