I don't have a raincoat and they are predicting rain tonight and tomorrow - thanks!
Tosses an extra coffee mug from The Shakespeare Tavern to the next poster (and it's a nice, big one for those "need caffeine - lots of caffeine" mornings!)
BTW, yesterday my 10 year old daughter was watching me post on the forums and she was a bit befuddled at why we want to virtually throw things to each other. After I explained it to her, it made a little bit more sense but I think she (still) doubts my sanity. So, what else is new?
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We already get a copy at work (which reminded me to peruse the Sunday comics) so I'll toss that to the next poster along with a roll of paper towels. (Guess who just spilled her vegetable soup all over her desk? geez)
Not my favorite, but since I have nothing else to drink>>>>>...
Throws a box of tupperware lids(with out the containers...isn't that always the way!!!!) at the next poster!!!
]AN EXCERPT FROM A POEM THAT I WROTE ON 10/11/07
WE CAN'T CHANGE WHAT WE HAVE DONE.... BUT ONLY TAKE A LESSON FROM EACH EXPERIENCE AND MAKE THE MOST OF EACH MINUTE THAT WE HAVE LEFT AND TELL OURELVES THAT IT IS OK TO LIVE, LAUGH AND CRY..... PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE ALL WORK TOGETHER TO GIVE US WHAT WE CAN AND SHOULD EXPERIENCE AND WE NEED TO CHERISH ALL OF THE TIME THAT WE SPEND WITH OURSELVES AND OTHERS MAKING THE MOST OF THE SPECIAL MEMORIES THAT ARE OURS.. AND THE ONES THAT WE HAVE YET TO CREATE WITH THE PEOPLE THAT WE HAVEN'T MET!!!!![/SIZE]
thanks for the Tuypperware lids. I'll give them to my mom, she probably owns one of everything tupperware ever made - extra lids may come in handy.
Tossing a green "Kiss Me I'm Irish" hoodie from Old Navy to the next poster - just in time for St. Patrick's Day
"He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, "He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust."" Psalm 91:1-2
"Be what you would seem to be--or, if you'd like it put more simply--Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise." from "Alice in Wonderland"