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Friday, April 29, 2005

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NOTR

My spouse & I have been thru that twice now. She is always the trooper, I am the wuss about what they are doing to my gal. We have come thru "clear" each time. You have "probability" on your side. After this is all over, you need to go out and buy yourself a red hat!

fiwit

I'm not *that* old yet! :)

I'm not worried about it, I just got tired of typing, so the update on how it went today (it went well) will most likely show up tomorrow.

Thanks for the reassurance. :)

shannonblogs

So, what was the result? I've been "away" from your blog for so long and a little alarmed to read this entry and see that it was posted almost a month ago. I think about you every once in awhile and wonder how you're doing. Of course my life is so much different since we first "met" and I am so much busier, but I have never forgotten you or how much your friendship has meant to me. Please let us know how you're doing!

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My Commitment


  • Though the fig tree does not bud and there are no grapes on the vines, though the olive crop fails and the fields produce no food, though there are no sheep in the pen and no cattle in the stalls, yet I will rejoice in the LORD, I will be joyful in God my Savior. Hab. 3:17-18

Authors I enjoy

  • Angela Elwell Hunt
    Everything Angie writes is well-written. Not always easy to read, but definitely *worth* reading.
  • Anne McCaffrey
    One of the reigning queens of Science Fiction.
  • C.S. Lewis
  • Celia Hayes
    Celia Hayes is not only a favorite author but a personal friend. If you like historical fiction, especially thoroughly researched, well-written historical fiction about Texas, you need to read her books.
  • Dick Francis
  • Earlene Fowler
    If Benni Harper were a real person, I'd want to be her friend.
  • Elizabeth Moon
    Sci-Fi/Fantasy. LOVE her Deed of Paksenarrion, and her entire Heris Serrano/Esmay Suiva series.
  • J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Kristen Britain
    Sci-Fi/Fantasy
  • Louis L'Amour
    He wrote more than just westerns, people....
  • Madeleine L'Engle
    My all-time fave. Both her fiction and non-fiction are very readable, and always thought-provoking.
  • S.M. Stirling
    Time-travel/Alternate Histories.
  • Terri Blackstock
    Some of the best legal thrillers (for lack of a better term) I've read. Believable characters that it's easy to care about, as well.
  • Terry Pratchett
    Hilarious!

Other People's Musings

  • Blog - The Steve Laube Agency
  • HeroicStories
    "Restoring Faith in Humanity...One Story at a Time." True, not sappy, stories written by ordinary people about how other people have impacted their lives. Another e-newsletter created by Randy Cassingham, now published by Leo of AskLeo.com. From the website: Our mission is to publish examples of people being good to each other, to inspire similar heroic actions in others.
  • Joanne Jacobs
  • Mostly Cajun
  • My Online Photo Gallery
  • This is True
    Randy Cassingham's e-newsletter proving that "truth is stranger than fiction, because fiction has to make sense." From the website: This is True is a weekly syndicated newspaper column by Colorado humorist Randy Cassingham. True reports on bizarre-but-true news items from legitimate newspapers from around the world (never "tabloids"). Each story ends with commentary by Randy -- a tagline which is humorous, ironic or opinionated.
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