Then the time came when the risk it took to remain tight in a bud
was more painful than the risk it took to blossom. ~ Anais Nin
My saint is Di....Saint of helping me write papers in APA format.
i'll put my newspaper and scissors away now and get back to the regularly structured program...
oh man. sounds tough. good gravy, that brings back all sorts of memories ...i look forward to the day when you can emerge from the cave & into the light of day again!!
Ok, so I can't read it all, but that's awesome. I remember feeling like I had to take a deep breath and submerge myself if I ever wanted to find my way thought...yuck. Here's good writing and thinking to Rob!
Okay, that is adorable. Di, you are so cute. I love the way you support your man. Go, Rob!
Someone is wanting her husband back but willing to sacrifice for his good. Sounds like a love-ransom note to me.
man, i love you guys. makes me really appreciate the meeting i had with rob yesterday. thanks for taking time out from your hostage situation rob.
ack!! APA!! post traumatic stress, post traumatic stress!!future pace the heck outa that sucka. glad you two have each other, and looking forward to some time together with margs.
Di This is my twisted view of your blog. (sorry, overlook me) Not the meaning. The layout.. The first thing i saw was a flash of that wiener poopy thing Terri found on you tube that time. It scarred me for life, every time i see a ransom note I have flashbacks.
Dear Di, Began reading the note, had a hard time deciphering it so, we (Mike) decided to abandon Rob and get you another husband. (just kidding, Rob)Mike and Karen
Uh, NOOOOOOOOO! (I got that from another wise bride I know ;)
shoot! I was remiss in responding to all my favorite blogger buddies here!deciphering the hubnappers:to whom it may concern rob is being held hostage inside his home library reading writing thinking he will emerge next month with final paper and will be released back to society and his wife unharmed and exhausted signed patron saint mary of final causesand deciphering "my gosh" poet
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