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Monday, December 06, 2004

Not the brightest crayon...

Just a couple things from me this morning.

1. Why, oh why must everyone forget how to drive when the first snow sticks? 2 miles an hour for a dusting of snow? Come on! I bet you wear a helmet when you vacuum the stairs too don't you?

2. I know my list of reads needs to be updated. I know I read you and frequently comment on your blog and haven't added you to my list yet. I'm working on it. I'm a little slow these days.

3. Remember the dilema I had with the camera? Well, once I stopped pretending I might become a professional photographer, we bought a Kodak EasyShare camera. Yes, I'm just like everyone else. (And this was proved with one REALLY bad roll of developed film from the Nikon N55)

4. Thank you for the luck from Friday. I will tell you what it was for as soon as I am able to. Thank you.

5. Now, you too can get writers cramp! All you have to do is have a wedding with 300 guests and once the honeymoon is over, commence thank-you card writing and insist on writing them out by hand, because that's more personal you know. It's FUN!

Happy Monday!

5 Comments:

  • At 10:06 PM, Blogger Shannin said…

    I made my husband do his part of the guest list. Once you get the verbiage down, it's pretty easy. Just do 10 a night or so....(LOL....)

     
  • At 12:05 AM, Blogger Jenniy said…

    Congrats on getting the thank you cards done! The last wedding I went to, they personalized their cards with photos from their wedding so it took MONTHS for them to send thank yous out.

     
  • At 4:26 AM, Blogger lainb said…

    I've got a Kodak easy share too. I LOVE it - point & shoot...no fancy bells & whistles...I use it all the time. My Mom bought a digital camera a few months ago with "the works"...she read the manual and still doesn't know how everything works. When I went home for Thanksgiving, she was back to using her regular camera because she was frustrated with her digital! haha!

     
  • At 4:52 PM, Blogger Denise said…

    Probably a sign that things weren't going to end up well, but I spent an hour every day on my honeymoon writing thank yous (all hand-written, all with personalized expressions of gratitude) so that they were all (180) done when I got home.

     
  • At 7:04 PM, Blogger Tuna Girl said…

    I spent tons of time writing out my thank you notes, but then I couldn't afford to mail them. Yes, we were that poor.

    Aftre two years, I just threw them out. It was too embarrassing.

     

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