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Saturday, August 26, 2006

reading is believing

It's not real until you've blogged it.
The vacuuming got done as promised and the usual demucking of the kitchen. And the round robin piece is packed up and ready to go in the mail. No Garbo stamps on hand, bummer. I made an a pretty envelope to send it in. A page out of a wallpaper sample book, taped together. Found a pen in the perfect ink to write the addresses. I'd post a photo of it, but I don't want to show the addresses. Maybe I'll do it anyway and smooge it out.medium_2006-08-25.jpg
Wait here while I go downstairs. Hum something to occupy yourself.
Oh, this was easier, just took a pic of the back side! Pretty envelope, huh? I would hate it on the walls though.
The beginning of the "letters I've written" round robin is drying. I'm thinking about sending three loose pieces and a journal. Images are okay, but I think this group likes to write a bit, too. Anyway, I'm going to give them the option.
Just got back from getting my hair cut. The stylist had straight black hair and I was sure she would *get it.* She cut it okay, but she kept trying to get the ends to turn under. No way. Applied goop and heat. Brushed and rolled. Still pretty straight. She felt defeated. I wasn't surprised. But at least it's fluffier than usual. Going to party tonight in my new jeans and fresh haircut. Hmm, I'll probably wear a shirt of some sort or other. And a smile.


I like the new "do" and am glad to hear you'll be wearing a shirt, to go along with the smile, jeans and new hair. I like how you keep changing your picture... note to self, try to do that on my blog.

Posted by: Rachel | Saturday, August 26, 2006

I keep looking for one that looks good, still looks like me, when I'm wearing a color that looks good on the site and that I can stand to look at every day.
No wonder some bloggers use strange illustrations rather than photos. Maybe I'll stamp my eye in green and use that some day!

Posted by: Diane | Tuesday, August 29, 2006