Jan. 13th, 2004

I feel much better. Not perfect yet and I have been told the fatigue can take weeks to dissipate completely, but much better all the same.

Wish I could say the same for Moss Pinot, whose diarrhea has come back. She is off to the vet tomorrow for more bloodwork, so we will see what happens. I am at a loss - she was doing a lot better for a while and still shows no other signs of illness. I hope they can figure something out soon.

Ah yes, onto the lemming stuff - who's going to play?

1. What should I wear for Halloween next year?
2. Which of the seven deadly sins am I?
3. What Harry Potter character am I and why?
4. What profession should I be in?
5. Choose a desert dish that has my personality.
6. If I were a tree what kind would I be?
7. I need a vacation, where would you send me?
8. What kind of movie would I play the lead role in?
9. If I met President Bush what would the sentence out of my mouth be?
10. I am stuck in traffic for two hours with no radio or AC and its 90 degrees out side, what am I likely to do?


A book
A movie
Something to do in the next two months
My birthday is coming up. I have no idea what we will do, as the birthday weekend is also the weekend of a gig for Suburban Genius. So maybe dinner before and the gig after. Sushi, anyone?

And since people will ask, here's the official list:

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And while I would like to be self-deprecating and humble, I have decided not to be. I do, in fact, want presents for my birthday. This does not mean that you have to bring one in order to come to my party - I could care less about that. Nor does that mean that I expect gifts or will feel insulted if I don't get any. But I am perfectly happy to admit that yes, I like presents and hope to receive them often. Birthdays are just a way to concentrate the gifts, rather than spreading them out over time. There are lots of people out there who don't want or desire gifts. To them I say, good for you. But I am not one of them. And, I suspect, there are a lot more of you out there who agree with me. It's ok - you're allowed to want things and to want people to give them to you. It doesn't make you bad. It doesn't even make you greedy. And there are things to be said for being spoiled, especially if you can manage to not act like it.

Say it loud, say it proud, don your crowns and scream it to the world - WE LIKE PRESENTS; BUY US SOME!!!



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