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Thanks for sharing the recipe. I made it for dinner tonight and it's delicious! Good timing too. Turned out my husband got stuck at work until late, and this should be easy to keep warm and yummy until he gets home. If I don't eat the whole pot first.
Toggle Commented Mar 24, 2011 on Soup. Black Bean. Hot. at WWdN: In Exile
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From my journal: 28 July 01 Somebody wanted to send a comic strip to Gigi in Mongolia. This girl had a cat named Holly Fitzgerald. There was a T-shirt featuring a shape-changing beaver/rodent/deer thingie named Daddy Billy. He was giving advice to his son: "Push!" His son, Patalale, just looked... Continue reading
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From my journal: 27 July 01 A pack of dogs was walking by, and one stopped to sniff something on the ground. "Hey guys!" he yelled. "We've been trying to get this on baseball cards for centuries!" Continue reading
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From my journal: 25 July 01 I was at work, and the phone rang. It was for "Danny". We didn't have an employee named that, but I remembered we had interviewed a guy named Danny. I asked my boss and he didn't know. I went to look, and there he... Continue reading
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From my journal: 24 July 01 There was a little girl named Kaheri Ann. She and her brother were swimming, and she couldn't get out of hte water without a key. She was little, 3 years old. She went to the bottom a few times, and her father kept diving... Continue reading
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From my journal: 23 July 01 Naked lady with spinach pouring out her ears, mouth, underarms, vagina. Bathed in white light, like a statue. Continue reading
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From my journal: 8 July 01 I was in a school. I had a class there, but I was there after house, and Michael Jordan was practicing his typewriting in the hall. I had lunch with Brad1. He was suspicious. I went into my classroom and climbed into bed. The... Continue reading
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From my journal: 1 July 01 I wanted to go bowling, and I didn't have anyone to go with. I was at work and I called a number and left a message. I told my boss that my boyfriend was going to call. Later, her said, "Oh, your boyfriend's on... Continue reading
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From my journal: 24 June 01 There were too many people in the nursing home who thought they couldn't walk, just because they hadn't--and I picked him up and he just walked into the wall like he couldn't remember. Oh well, there's nowhere to go anyway. I had to ask... Continue reading
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Welcome to my dream blog. I am starting with some older ones from my (handwritten) dream journal. Enjoy! Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2010 at Ren's blog
Oh, one more thing... WILWILWIL! HAVE YOU SEEN THIS?! 2010: LIVING IN THE FUTURE!!!! A children's book written in the 70's, detailing what the future would be like. I'm sure it's out of print but you can read the whole thing here: http://2010book.tumblr.com/post/310745454/cover Sorry it's a bit off-topic, but I share your enthusiasm for living in the future. Thought you'd be interested. PS I would have titled your post, "Is that your phaser, or are you just happy to see me?
Toggle Commented Jan 22, 2010 on billy bad breaks at WWdN: In Exile
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Most people use the word slash for a homosexual pairing, and some use it for any pairing. There is no ultimate fanfic authority to determine the right or wrong usage, so you can all stop arguing about it now. And it's just my opinion, but I am really annoyed by the term femslash, just as I am by the phrase gay and lesbian. To me that sounds like people and women. I'm a gay woman. (OK, I'm bi, but whatever.) I'm not a Lesbian. Lesbos is an island in Greece.
Toggle Commented Jan 22, 2010 on billy bad breaks at WWdN: In Exile
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Do your parents live in The Shire? Just kidding. But wow, what a great description!!
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2010 on moves by just like a paper boat at WWdN: In Exile
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So right about the milk, but don't forget bread! I grew up in Alabama and worked in a grocery store in high school. Every time the weather report called for possibly maybe a small chance of a light dusting of snow, we were overrun by people buying milk and bread. During the Blizzard of '93!!! in which we received a whopping THREE INCHES of snow, the roads were closed statewide. The district manager called and begged me to come to work. I wouldn't drive there (because if the roads are closed, your car insurance won't pay if you have an accident) so he came and picked me up. We had a special shipment of sliced bread, so fresh from the bakery it was STILL WARM. It was insane! People acted as if they might be snowed in for weeks, and for some reason would be forced to survive on nothing but milk and bread. Instead of the more likely outcome, that everything would shut down for a day or so, and then the snow would melt, since winter temperatures in Alabama are typically in the 60s.
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2010 on moves by just like a paper boat at WWdN: In Exile
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I have danced in the rain with my husband. It's awesome.
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2010 on moves by just like a paper boat at WWdN: In Exile
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Nobody likes clowns. I was in a funhouse once, and a clown smacked me with a rubber bat.
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2010 on moves by just like a paper boat at WWdN: In Exile
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That's exactly what I was thinking! I am great at jerry-rigging things like that, but I'm not sure I'm understanding the design of the basket. Post a photo, Wil! We can help!
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OMG, I just re-watched that episode this week! Too funny. And speaking of your book being available on Kindle, I have a question. I really want a digital copy, but is it better for you if I buy a print copy? And is there a PDF version available? I only ask because I'd rather give you money directly than give Amazon part of it.
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