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Holiday Greetings

Dear Friends,

What a year 2010 has been! 

After a spring that brought both major tape misplacement and replacement with, of all things, poser tape, fall brought three new tapes into my life--transparent tape, masking tape, and brown packing tape. It's good to have variety. Now I don't have to play the same tape over and over again.

 

Or CD.

 

We are in the 21st century, after all.

 

And speaking of, I also bought a new supplyy of blank CDs. Listening to the sound of nothing is soothing music to my ears.

 

I spent a lot of time meditating on important issues. The issue I kept returning to was, when I've licked an envelope to seal it, where does the glue go after it leaves my tongue?

 

Speaking of glue, I have enjoyed sorting through my ever increasing  junk mail collection.  I have junk mail solicitations from nearly every organization in the country. Note pads, too. And calendars. If anyone wants to swap address labels, drop me a line!

 

I've saved my exciting news for last--my shredder turns one at the end of December. We will have a big celebration with lots of confetti. Homemade, of course. I will also be serving snacks--shredded wheat, shredded cheese, and shredded cabbage. 

 

I hope that the past year has been as enlightening for you as it has been for me. 

Happy New Year! 

(I can hardly wait to see what 2011 will bring). 

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Things Are Looking Up

I think that joy will be a staple in 2011. And I will be the the stapler.

See you there!

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Things Are Looking Up

Hurray! I am glad that you relayed that to me. Thank you, Ron. My staple community thanks you, too.

Eva 

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I don't know which tangent ...

... to ride along with you. And then Ron pulls a cute one too.

I will say, as to enlightening, I've had no flashes of inspiration.

I, however, will wait softly.

Barb

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Glued

When I got to the part about the glue and where does it go, I began salivating in sympathy. Oh wait, it's dinnertime. You sure notice the little things around you, time after time. It's fun.

Cheers,
Christine

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Glued

Christine,

Forsooth, you speak the truth. For example, whenever I use self-seal envelopes, I become unglued. Thank you for your thoughtful comments. I hope you had a good dinner!

Eva 

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You remembered CD, but you did not mention PB

You mentioned about CDs, and what about PB the panda babies? They came to me the other day and told me about their role being filled by CDs, and so they invited me to join them in the wilderness to hear Nature's CD. So I did and I submitted my latest work "Beyond Reason". Any reason not to read it?