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Monday, October 26, 2009

This post is just forty-nine words long

T and B are both at school on a Monday. It's a miracle! I've got an allergy headache, but I'm still going to work on my WIP, Versus the Bounty, because I just got to the really exciting part. It's dumping buckets outside. Buckets! Have a good Monday everyone!

6 comments:

  1. I wish we got bucket-dumping down here. Stupid drought.

    Eh, grass is always greener and all that :)

    Happy Monday to you too!

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  2. The grass is always greener in the PNW. I love it here--even if the rainy season gets to me a little by March.

    Seriously, we try to keep it a secret that this is the best place on the planet, so if I never post again--assume the worst--I've been taken "out" for posting this. This is the best place on the planet. Mild winters. Lots of green. Vampires like it up here. I'm just saying....

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  3. I hope you and your WIP have some quality time together!

    We actually get very little rain here in Eastern Washington (something to do with living in a desert) but it's raining here, too. I rode my bike to work and now have a nice wet swath across the backside of my pants from the nasty puddles along the way. It's a good thing I ride in grubbies and bring work clothes along or I'd have to spend the day looking like I wet myself.

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  4. Okay, that is true about Eastern Washington. There has been a movement for a while now for Eastern Washington to secede from Western Washington and become their own state. The politics, the weather, the population are all so vastly different that it makes sense. I'm trying to think of any other states that are quite so divided without being divided. California is a little like that, I guess.

    The headache is gone via lots of lovely little pills, and the WIP and I are getting LOTS of time together. (Wink wink nod nod know what I mean?) You guys did understand that the WIP is actually a guy who stops by my house named WIP, right? Okay, then, now that we're all on the same page (wink wink) I'll just get back to a very exciting WIP (nod nod) who enjoys being worked on. (Know what I mean?)

    I love innuendo. It's really a sin, but it's hard to resist. I don't think it's covered in the Seven Deadlies, so it's okay, right?

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