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:~: Thursday, December 22, 2005 :~:

I did it!

Okay, reality check. I didn't "quite" do it all.


I did finish my Christmas shopping without committing suicide or driving the car into oncoming traffic. I still have to wrap, though, so anything can happen.

I did finish my Christmas cards...although they'll all be delivered after Christmas.

I did finish and deliver all the neighbor's gifts. (Don't ask. It was a tradition started by someone who had waaaay too much time on their hands. And since we get eighteen neighborly gifts delivered to us, we sorta have to reciprocate. Yes, you read that right. E-i-g-h-t-e-e-n. Wisteria Lane, people. I think I mentioned that before.)

And I did manage to edit through pg 200. Of course I still have 100+ pgs to go, but I'm making progress.

Speaking of that progress...gotta get off blogger and go edit.


Blogger TJBrown said...

Have a wonderful Holiday Elizabeth!

10:03 PM  
Blogger Piper Lee said...

Eighteen neighborly presents! What could you possibly give to all those people?

That is a stupid sucky tradition that you should figure out how to get out of!

I know, you could just send a card to everyone next year saying something like...

"Dear Neighbors, It is with my deepest regret that I send you this final token of Christmas cheer but I must tell you that from this time henceforth you will not be receiving the traditional "neighborly present" from me as I seem to have a bone in my leg. Sincerely,..."

It could work. I would definitely try it next year. Oh, and you don't have to thank me for the advice. Glad to give it.

10:02 AM  

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