Miracles do happen!

Miracles do happen!

Missing Teen Elizabeth Smart Found Alive

I shudder when I think what that poor girl has gone through.

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Pants hemmed, for better or for worse.

Pants hemmed, for better or for worse. I’d have a lot less angst about the hemming job if they were MY pants. David’s a bit — exacting — so I hope they meet w/his approval. Or at least I hope he lies and tells me they’re ok.

Mickey started up with the honking again, so I called the vet to give them an update. The nurse brought up an awful thing — Mickey may be sensitive to something here in the house. (Kim has devastating thought that she doesn’t even keep her home fit enough for a DOG.) I opened the sliding door to get some fresh air in here, and the honking’s stopped. (I’m chilly, but I can cope) What have I brought in here since Monday night??? I’m racking my brain here…

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Training went….ok

Training went….ok. I didn’t die. But I did muck up the booklets. Damn. Luckily Damon went back to our area and ran off copies of the corrected page. :)

Mickey seems better. He’s only ‘honked’ a few times. Nothing like the 20 minute or longer ‘honk’ sessions he had yesterday. I’m wiped out from lack of sleep last night, but now I have to hem leg TWO of David’s pants. I have 3 hours in which to do it. :)

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(breathing into paper bag)

(breathing into paper bag)

Less than 10 minutes until I run my training session. I have 15 booklets hot from the copier. Stapled and ready to go. All the info they need is in that booklet, so if my heart explodes while I’m presenting, they’ll get the point.

On a positive note, this is good resume-fodder.

On a negative note, I think every drop of saliva has dried up from my mouth.

On a canine note, David gave some cough syrup to Mickey, and he stopped coughing. We’re hoping it’s merely an infection.

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