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Mar 23rd -- that was the last posting... *sigh*

Thanks to [livejournal.com profile] bigfundrew for the nudge a couple days ago... that nudge combined with [livejournal.com profile] philabearjoe's recent picture of me, and inspired by the fact that [livejournal.com profile] obsessing7 is still posting... has finally got me to come in to LJ and visit for a spell.

Since March I've poked my head in a couple times and tried to keep up with a few LJ friends... but never got around to making an entry. Sad part is, I know there's been a couple of events in my life when I thought in my head "I should make an LJ entry about this"...

The truth is that I used to journal while at work... but earlier this year, I had an intense project that took away my surfing/journaling time... now, I'm just out of the habit.

So without further ado...
16 Notable Events in the Past 16 Weeks )

Kind of amazing that there was at least one important thing each week... makes me feel good to reflect on them a bit and record them. I'll have to share some pictures of them too -- once I find/upload the pics.

So now we're caught-up to today... I'm sitting at camp right now, recovering from a night of fun "Bear Weekend" partying. Barry and I are on vacation this entire week... we're going to P-Town for Bear Week. I'm excited about going to P-Town for the first time ever... and excited about having a "fire and picnic on the beach" -- something I've always wanted to do. Really looking forward to a fun and relaxing (and "sexy" with all the eye-candy there will be) week!

(Hugs)
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I've never really been a big fan of Halloween.

As a kid growing up in a rural community, "Trick or Treating" consisted of putting on a costume, piling in the car, and being driven to relatives' houses. Once there, you had to do a song or joke before you'd get a piece of candy... followed by "visiting" and kissing grandma... then piling in the car and driving around more. At the end of the night, all that "work" got you about 10 pieces of candy and a buck or two.

I dreaded it.

Middle-School / High-School years brought some actual trick-or-treating once I was old enough to be allowed to walk around the nearby "town" with our cousin. It was amazing to me to knock on a door and get candy without having to have to do anything for it. There were still a few houses in the neighborhood that wanted the kids to tell a joke or sing a song or something... but not many.

Nowadays, I wonder if the kids even think about having a joke or something? It also irritates me that communities set days and times when the kids can walk around. What ever happened to Halloween Night being "the" night? And kids drive from community to community depending on what nights they each have "scheduled" for "Beggar's Night". *sheez!*

Oh... and the fact that scary movies and gore totally skeeve-me too doesn't help the fact that this is probably my least favorite "major holiday".

A friend at camp this weekend called Halloween a "Gay High-Holy-Day"... why? when did it become that? I don't think I'll ever conform to that theory. Perhaps when I was in high-school I could dress up like a girl and get away with it, and that was probably the best part... but does that really constitute it as a great "gay" day? If anything, it just makes it harder to spot the possibilities. [possible boyfriends, in-case that wasn't clear]

Oh well... I have to give Halloween some credit, as it does fall during my favorite time of the year [Autumn]... but honestly, Thanksgiving wins the title of "Fall Holiday" for me.



In other news, I coordinated my work team's "Pumpkin Carving / Decorating" contest and our team tied for first-place in the department. Let me tell you, there were some really great ideas. I think ours won because of how it tied-in a little bit of all our team members... that and the blood (aka shock-value). I'm waiting on a picture of it... but it was a pumpkin with a mean face, and an arm sticking out of it's mouth. The arm was on a bloody keyboard with a mouse eating it's thumb. Then we put things around it to represent the different members of our team.

I didn't dress-up in costume. I almost came in as "Heidi Ho"... It wasn't even that I was afraid of comments or anything... seriously, I think people would have loved it... but in all seriousness, I just didn't want people at work calling me "Heidi" for the rest of my days here. It would be one of those things that people would think was "cute" for years and I would think was "annoying" after ten minutes...
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OK... so wow... I haven't posted (or read) LJ since mid December... and that was just to grumble about the fact that Winterfest was no-more. So really, I've been out of the loop for almost three months now...
Work has been so busy for me since November... and being that the only time I really read/update LJ is during work hours: hence why I've been out of touch... Here's a quick recap of the last three months:

Work: very busy times... creating huge updates / redesigns to my web time/project tracking system... no time to breath really...
We moved to a new building in mid-December. The new place is really nice. Commute increased from 1-mile/5-minutes to 7-miles/20-minutes. *sigh* Oh well... It was "rough" at first... but totally used to it now and seriously, it's nothing to grumble about.

Thanksgiving was nice... my sister hosted and Barry and I helped with cooking and all.

Holiday Party with [livejournal.com profile] labelsdc at the start of December was fun.

Got our new living room furniture... HUGE set, but really nice.

Got a real Xmas tree on Dec 9th... Was so nice to go "tree hunting" at the farm and actually saw the tree down myself. Marea and Chris joined me and housemates Ken & Don for the hunt. Marea and Chris also got their tree. It was nice... only thing that would have made it better would have been some snow on the ground and Barry to be there with us.
(Pictures of tree and living room to follow shortly.)

That night, had a good time at Bill & Jerry's annual wine-tasting party. Got snookered. :)

Annual tree-trimming party at Brian's was fun... drink a beer and hang it on the tree. What a great concept... my only concern is: after a few weeks, does the tree start to smell of rotten beer?

Got to visit campground on the 16th... weren't going to do any parties that night, but then decided at last minute to stay at hotel with Ken & Don and go to Pat's Holiday Party. Was fun... drank a lot... The next morning, our drive home wasn't so "fun"... but we made it and recovered over the next two days. :)

Christmas gift shopping went rather well... Barry and I got out several nights and managed to get everything we wanted to get. Spent one evening at Tara's getting some pearls for several of the girls on our lists (family/friends). (I helped her with her website... check it out: Perennial Designs Jewelry.)

Fantasy Football: I lost... darn... so close though... I was doing well, then really bad... then I started to do better... but it was too late... *sigh* Oh well... at least the dinner and cooking part was all done on one night and was rather fun... Todd's new house was really nice and got to play "Wii" as well, which was interesting/fun.

Christmas was very nice... I went to my traditional dinner at Grandmother N's house. That was nice to do... Barry didn't go, as we still aren't technically "out" with that side of the family yet... but I have a feeling that won't be the case for much longer... Barry's been included on my parent's xmas-card-letter for the last two years. And was in the picture they sent to all the family too this year. :) Christmas morning was at my sister's house... she being pregnant (due in March), she didn't want to travel, so all of the family (including my brother) came to her. It was such a nice day: three hours of present opening -- we take turns and really cherish each gift. Took a breakfast intermission to eat "Cheese Strata" that Barry and I made (YUM, new tradition?)... I spent the most of the day putting together my nephew's "Kenex Roller Coaster" -- It was like a big puzzle or like playing with an erector set or legos... FUN!
(Speaking of Christmas Card Letters: Once again I did not send any cards this year... I'm such a slacker... this is the second year in a row without sending any letters... *grrr* I'm so mad at myself... and yet, have I done anything to correct the situation? no... *sigh*)

New Years: Barry and I went to spend the weekend with Frank & David (our neighbors at The Woods). It was such a fun weekend. They hosted us in their beautiful house in NJ. They drove us into New York on Saturday evening... we drove around in their convertible (through China Town and Little Italy, top-down, freezing weather, bundled-up in blankets and earmuffs, playing loud music, people looking at us like we were a bunch of fags out on the town... which we totally were... it was so much fun!)... then we walked around the village and had some drinks... the two of them are very familiar with the gay bars and places to go/see in the city, so I felt very comfortable and it was SO NICE to be in the city again. (Oh how I've missed the city...) We went to see "Drowsy Chaperone" on Broadway and had front-row mezz seats... it was AWESOME! Then went back to the village to hang out and drink until wee-hours of the morning... and flirt with a bunch of cuties...
Sunday (New Years Eve), we slept in and then helped them prepare for their dinner party that night... they hosted a "murder mystery" party. I was "Mary Kay Eternity" -- in drag, I was the wife of Barry (who played "Jim Bob Eternity") -- we were a TV-evangelist-couple from the south (think Tammy Fae Baker)... very fun... wonderful dinner and lots of champagne...
The following day we recovered from our hangovers and just lounged around.
(Pictures of this also to follow soon...)

January was pretty uneventful... just lots of work, rolling out my system changes to the department, including training all 140 associates in the enhancements.

Barry and I got an SUV (replacing his car) on Jan 24... We got a Toyota FJ Cruiser. It's SO awesome... We totally love it. 4WD and high-clearance... it's going to be so cool to have for the summer going up to camp... and for the winter snow... and just in general it's so cool... :)

Last week (Jan 27 - Feb 3), Barry and I went to Breckenridge, Colorado with a big skiing group. Being that I've always wanted to go skiing out-West... when Matt and Tara suggested that we go with this group that they have gone with a couple times in the past, I jumped at the chance. Barry was looking forward to just getting-away for the week even though he doesn't ski, he figured he could sit in the condo by the fire and relax. It was a great week away from things and I got some good skiing in. At first I was disappointed at the conditions, but then we got about a foot of snow on Wednesday and we went to Vail that day... it was the most amazing riding I've ever done (I'm a snowboarder)... That's what I went out-west expecting. It was great. Barry hurt his knee on the first day, which made it difficult for him to enjoy his time, but we managed to go out around the town one day and go out to eat a couple times. He also cooked a big spaghetti dinner for a group of 10 of us the one night. All-in-all it was a fun time. I'm not sure if I would go out-West for skiing again and may just stick to Vermont for my "big snow"... but who knows... perhaps another ski trip is in my future.

Back to work today... and it's actually been a rather slow day... I caught up on my emails, and thankfully nothing pressing or urgent came-up while I was away. Nothing was planned for today so that I could use the day to catch-up... so I actually had some time to post this. YEAH!

One final note: Barry left his job this afternoon... they really dicked him over -- for the last time! I'm so glad he walked... They gave him a bad annual review... and he works SO DAMN hard for them... they had no right to do that. He stood his ground and told them it was unacceptable to get that kind of rating. They really dicked him over about a raise and promotion several months ago... and things have been going so bad for him there since then... and I've told him several times that the stress of that place isn't worth it... But he kept giving them his best and giving them more chances... today was the final straw, and I'm glad he stood his ground... it's the principle of the whole thing... he handed them an immediate resignation and walked out. On one hand, yes, I'm nervous... with only one salary we're going to have to tighten our belts a little and live a bit less extravagantly... but on the other hand, I'm really happy because perhaps it's a blessing in disguise... A chance for him to start new and fresh somewhere and not have this horrible stress that place was giving him. And also... haven't you always wanted to say "take this job and shove it"? Imagine: he actually got to do that today. *cool*

So that's a wrap-up of the last three months... ending on a pretty big note...
Over the next couple days I'll catch-up on some of my LJ friend's journals... so don't be surprised if you get a response to a post from months ago. :)
*hugs everyone*
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Barry and I took off Thursday and Friday last week... we decided that because we weren't going to Hershey on Thursday, we'd make a four day weekend out of it. Don't really know if we "should" have taken off... Barry has had so much to do at work and I'm sure taking the two days did not help much for that... but being with Barry for the two days was really nice... He said to me last week, "I don't care what we do, I just want to be with you." That was really sweet... and we did have a very enjoyable time.

I have to say that we "planned" to do a lot more than we actually were able to do... but never-the-less, we did get a lot accomplished and managed not to rush ourselves.

Thursday we spent the day sleeping-in and then went shopping. We went looking for ideas for some statues to place around our campsite and on the new deck... we shopped for a table and chairs for the deck... and we also started looking into ideas for our "water-feature" that we want to create around the tree on our deck. Had massages that evening, and slept in on Friday... Friday, we did our grocery shopping and jetted up to camp... Really enjoyed our day and evening.

Saturday afternoon, my friends Sean & Jen had a big BBQ and pool party at their house in Scranton. We went there and I really had a great time. These are all the people that I just came out to a few days ago. They all basically knew already and all were SO supportive of me. I told Barry, these people are my second family. And seriously, they are... I grew up at Sean's house almost as much as my own house. The kids all have grown so much and don't recognize me... I mean, I haven't seen them in almost three years I think. It really hit me a little hard when this one kid (who's like 11 or 12 now) didn't remember who I was. I've been away from them all for far too long... hiding from them afraid to come out... and there was no reason too. Some of them even grumbled that I should have come out sooner because they missed me. I really look forward to regaining friendships with them... They are all coming down for Musikfest in two weeks... I CAN'T WAIT!

We left the party a little early, but that allowed us to get back to camp before dark and we even threw together some costumes for the "Masquerade Ball" that evening... Barry actually put on a dress!! Too fun! Another friend, Tom, was trying drag for the first time, and with his encouragement, Barry threw on a dress too... and Heidi Ho came out as "Betty Jo Ho, her cousin from Idaho". (I'm hoping for a picture that someone took...)

Barry got wasted... I felt bad for him the next morning... we didn't wake up until 1pm. And therefore missed our opportunity to return some lumber to Homo Depot (by borrowing Joe's truck)... but I think it will all work-out anyway... we're going to keep the big lumber for when we build our guest house next year... not to mention, who knows what else we may build. :)

OK... that's the recap... now it's 1pm on Monday... and I've done basically nothing all day. I've caught-up on LJ postings... and checked my work email... and had lunch... but now I've GOT to get some real work done!
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As promised... here's some photos from this past weekend. Obviously, there are more from the party, but in order to keep privacy, I won't post them... perhaps I can crop some of them... I'll see what I can do. :)

Heidi Ho, Red Dress Heidi Ho, Red Dress
Heidi Ho, all dolled-up and ready for the Red Cock-Tail-Dress Party. Tennis anyone?
Site 8 Site 8
Our site for the weekend.
Flamingo Garden Flamingo Garden
Someone camping on the field setup this festive little flamigo garden. Loved it! LOL!
Woods Entrance Woods Entrance
They put a lot of work into the campground this year... the most significant change is the new garden, fence, steps, and flags at the main entrance. Very nice!
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Had a good, long weekend at camp. Barry and I both got off work early on Friday... it was nice to start the weekend with a bit less stress (than we would have had if we had to pack after a full day of work).

The weekend was spent mostly with our neighbors (Dawn & Helen)... helping them with their deck, but even-more-so just hanging with them and their dogs.

Sunday was the big "Red Cock-Tail-Dress Party"... Heidi Ho made her first appearance of the season... which was fun. Barry couldn't participate because his knee was really bothering him this weekend. I felt really bad for him, and even more-so when I found out just how bad it really was hurting him. Sunday night (after he had a lot of martini and no food) he let his guard down enough to let me know that he was in major pain. I wish there was something more I could have done to help... I wish he would let me help him more sometimes too... but I guess, in reality, it's not like I can go to the bathroom or smoke for him: he's gonna use his knee no matter what... and he's stubborn enough to do what he wants to do and there's no stopping him. *sigh* I wish I could take the pain so he wouldn't have to have it... (Side note: He saw the doctor this morning... strangely [and thankfully] the pain had mostly gone away today. The doctor can't really diagnose it because it's still swollen, so he gave Barry something to take to reduce the swelling and hopefully in two weeks we'll be able to get a better diagnosis.)

The party was fun... and I had a good time overall this weekend... but it didn't really seem like a vacation... I hate to admit it, but I think part of that is because I had to be sober for the entire weekend. There were only a few times when I really was craving a drink... and I'm not sure if "Heidi Ho" was really herself due to not having a buzz to keep her "giddy"... I don't want to think that I can't relax without alcohol... but there's a bit of a factor here where I think that may be the case. I still have 6 more days of this medicine... and 8 days until I can have a beer... I never really craved beer too much, but knowing that I CANNOT have one is driving me crazy... and I SO want a beer. *sigh*

Barry said the same thing about the weekend (that it didn't really feel like a vacation)... so perhaps it's not just because I was sober... although with his knee, he wasn't able to really enjoy himself either. I think a nice weekend for just the two-of-us is needed soon... camp is great, but it doesn't really let us be with each other -- there's too many other people there to that need socializing-with.

OK... well... nothing much else to report. I have a bunch of pictures from the party... I'm glad I took my camera... [subtext: lugged my heavy-ass-camera]... Hopefully will get those posted in the next day or two. Other than that... just work and trying to "catch-up" at home and relax are on my calendar for the next three days.
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Working from home today... Barry came home at lunch and made the chili that we're serving tonight... Ken and I are gathering a bunch of people together to discuss the July 4th show at The Woods. There are 17 people coming! Good lord, that's a lot of people... I'm very excited about the show though, because with so many people involved already and such a great theme laid-out already... it should be a great show! Guess we should start planning for Labor Day now, too... LOL! (*sigh*, I guess it's not really funny... we really should).

I've been stirring the chili all afternoon... and trying to work a little too... and still need to prepare myself for what we're going to discuss tonight... I hope that it goes well and everyone enjoys themselves... not really looking for it to be too "formal" -- hell, if nothing else, it will be dinner with a bunch of friends and a lot of brainstorming about the show -- I just hope we can keep it all organized enough that we don't miss any good ideas. More and more people want to get involved each year... it's so cool... can't wait until they build us a "real" stage at camp! :)

Show theme: "Ho White and the Seven Dudes"

There will be 5 scenes involved with the theme -- along with Heidi Ho and Kandy Treat doing all kinds of stuff with it during the breaks between acts. Plenty of room for people to have their own acts and such... and we're trying to find more ways that "walk-ins" can get involved with the Ho White theme... so far the "cast" is up to 14... wheeee!
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GAP Square-Cut BoxersGot them...
Wearing them...
Loving them...

Thanks [livejournal.com profile] sambass :)
(link to post that started the craving)




Other birthday goodies got while shopping at the mall last night:

  • cool "clubbing" shirt
  • feather mattress-top for our bed
  • automatic umbrella (black one for me and a rainbow one for camp too)
  • towels
  • a new outfit for "Heidi Ho"




So what do you think I'd dream about on the night of my 33rd birthday? I would have hoped something exotic or deep or erotic even perhaps? But no... I dream about the milk lady... )
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My very good friends from Ireland came to visit last Thursday and Friday. David, Vince, and son Connor are on holiday and planned a trip to visit their friends in Middletown (or some out-of-the-way-little-town-in-central-PA) and made a stop in Bethlehem on their way... (Some background: I met David & Vince on a cruise three years ago. They were wonderful guys and we really hit-off a great friendship. When Amy and I went to Ireland in April 2004, we ended our trip in Belfast and they hosted us and were just absolutely wonderful. Last July, they came to the States and Amy and I went to visit them for a dinner -- brief, yet wonderful evening. This year, they decided to spend a little more quality time with Amy and I and to see our town. I'm so glad they did as it was absolutely wonderful seeing them and showing them around Bethlehem a little.) They loved the Brew Works (who wouldn't? LOL)... they were in town for just about two days and ate at the Brew Works three times... LOL! They stayed at the Hotel Bethlehem, which they said was wonderful... I got to see their room and I have to agree that it is a very nice hotel (old, but well-kept and good amenities; marble bathroom). They did quite a bit of walking around town and enjoyed Bethlehem. I felt bad that Amy and I both had to work while they were here... I wish I could have planned on their visit a bit more (we only connected about them coming to visit about a week before they got here)... but we made the best of it. Friday evening, after dinner, we took them to Rita's for some "American Italian Ice", then took them to Wegmans for an "American Grocery Store" (they commented "Why do you need a whole aisle devoted to Ketchup?" -- I think it's funny that they only have one brand of ketchup in England/Ireland). Then we took them to the "Super Wal-Mart" at 11pm on a Friday night and the place was packed! How funny and typically American?! I know, I know... for-shame for taking guests to Wegmans and Wal-Mart... but it was all in good fun and all very interesting really.

Saturday morning, Barry and I and Kim took them out for brunch at Perkins. As we sent them on their way, I felt a little teary-eyed... I always get so sad when saying farewell to David & Vince... they are such great people! and I totally can't wait to visit them in Ireland again. (Barry and I thought about it a little and are actually considering a trip to Ireland next February/March?)

After brunch, we cut the grass and trimmed some branches from the trees around our rental house. Then packed our overnight bags and headed to camp. Turned in rather early and woke up early for some great breakfast with the girls next door and then spent the day poolside. It was a wonderfully relaxing day.

We ended our Sunday going to Becky's Drive-In movies and saw "War of the Worlds" and "Batman Begins". They were OK... nothing spectacular, but it was definitely interesting to go to my first "Drive-In" as an adult. I was nervous about sneaking in the couple beers that I had... hehehe.

Today is very quiet at "work"... (although I'm still working from home... no emails or anything this morning... almost too quiet). Barry is home sick... I don't see how Drive-Ins can make it because of the late-night... we didn't get home until 2am! I've gotta get showered and off to work.

One final note: I got some more pictures of the camp's 4th of July show... I promised I would post a picture when I got one... here's the "Sexy Heidi Ho" outfit from the show with the great wig:
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Long weekend... lots of LJ catching-up... so I'm cutting it to spare everyone a huge entry in their friends' page...
Holiday weekend recap [including a few pictures] )

This week (Tue & Wed)...
Just been chilling at home for the most part. Barry and I went shopping at Target for some misc things and came out with a cart-full. I've been very busy at work and just in-general trying to get back into the swing of things. Been trying to catch up on LJ in my free time.

Today...
I felt sick when I heard about the explosions in London this morning. It's such a scary thing... and just like 9/11, I keep thinking "I've been there" when they show pictures and such on the news. What-if timing were different and it was while I was there. How horrible it must be for all the people involved! I sent an email off to my friends who live near London, I hope they are OK. I also have three local friends who are traveling and are in London right now; I heard through a friend that we've heard from them and they are OK. (Thank goodness!) PLUS, David & Vince are coming in from Ireland today to visit... I believe they are flying straight from Belfast, so I don't think it should affect their travels... I hope not.

I've been working from home all day... started at 6:30am this morning due to some things that were needed to be done. That means I'm just about done with my workday soon. It also means I'm tired as hell and feeling ill all day. Although, honestly, I'm not sure if the waking-up-early thing is really what has me feeling ill... or if I'm just sick.

Finally got this entry in... yay!
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Just finished catching up on the past five days of LJ friends. Looks like most everyone had a good weekend. I did...

Barry and I took Friday off of work so that we could go up to camp early and relax. Thursday night my brother-in-law brought my old couch up from Bethlehem. We took him and my sister out for dinner as a thank-you. It was good to get rid of the smelly couch that sat in my camper "living-room" all last year (I just couldn't get rid of the wet-pet smell). Now the brown thing is sitting in my front yard... totally trailer-trashy... I'm thinking about leaving it there and calling it my trailer-trash-front-porch-furniture. OMG the neighbors will die.

Barry and I ended the evening in the hot-tub... it was nice and quiet and relaxing... cuddling in the hot bubbles under the starry sky.

Friday was relaxing and yet busy... we did a lot of work around the trailer. Took a nap and then partied all night with everyone. Saturday was basically spent recovering. We managed to get out to WalMart to get supplies (soda). Saturday night we didn't stay up too late.

Sunday was the big "Cock-Tail-Dress Party". (Theme is that you wear a cock, a tail, or a dress to the event.) I finally decided that I would definitely wear a dress and go as Heidi Ho. It was Barry's first time "meeting" Heidi Ho and I was a bit nervous. All went fine. I wore my favorite skirt (I know, I know, technically not a dress, but no one said anything) along with tons of pink... including the debut of Heidi's "Candyland" shirt. Here's some pictures that other people took and shared...


Barry and I both had these AWESOME martini glasses... about a foot wide... LOVED them and they were a hit. Only bad thing I can say about them is that they were very bad at defending a drink from pollen and tree-things-blowing-in-the-wind. *eew*


Nice shot of Scattina, Tim, Heidi Ho, and Kandy Treat.


Kandy Treat was running the show (she was the MC and one of the original organizers of the party). She asked me to help her MC a bit and I ended up being a bit more talkative than I expected. *hehehe*


On Monday... Barry and I felt like we had been away from civilization (and our bed) for quite long enough, so we headed home very early (right after breakfast). Cut the grass and did laundry, etc. Then went to a party at Frank & Guy's to show our faces. Then came home and watched TV.



Yesterday was a busy day at work... didn't even check my personal email. *jeez*
Barry and I helped his sister install some software and had dinner at her place. Tonight I think we will be doing the same at my sister's.



OK... I've gotta run... Things are still busy at work... spent way too much time on LJ now...

PostSecret

May. 19th, 2005 08:30 am
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I found this "postsecret" link through blog-surfing... OMG, it's both touching and funny... Here's my favorite: (click to follow through to the "postsecret" blog)



Guess it's my favorite because it "hits close to home" with me...
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Being without the Internet for almost three days, I realize more how much I'm "addicted" to LJ... I kept catching myself saying, "Uuu... that's one for the journal." LOL... plus, after just spending two hours catching-up on emails and interesting journals and links/stories from those journals, I feel this need to fend off sleep to update my own journal.

Short version: friends, fun, socializing, dining, train ride, foliage, camping, hosting, drag, questioning.

Long version... )

It's late and this entry is getting very long... so let me just leave it at that... we'll just have to see where things go from here, I'm not going to try and predict anything anymore.

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