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Marilee J. Layman

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05:14 pm: "Oh no she wouldn't"
Oh yes, she would. I took trash and recycling to the dumpster/bins today and one of the tween girls in the next development had left her bike right where I needed to back in. I leaned out the window and told her (she was up a tree on their land) she'd need to move her bike so I could back in, which is when she said "Oh no she wouldn't." And then as I started angling, another of the tween girls said "Oh yes she would." Yep, I would.

I took the bookgroup book back because we don't have enough for everybody (I need to type up my scrawled notes today so I can read them on the 19th) and picked up T.R. Reid's The Healing of America, A Global Quest for Better, Cheaper, and Fairer Health Care to read next.

Then I dropped off a DVD at the post office and went on to eat at Ruby Tuesday's. The last time I was there the receipt had me do an online survey and get $4 off the next time I was there. I noticed yesterday that the expiration date was today, so I took advantage of it.

Spirit sat with me last night while I beaded, but she's moving between the top of the recliner and the heating pad otherwise. I've found that it was Shiva who kicked out an amazing amount of litter -- I haven't had to sweep at all with Spirit.

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Date:September 2nd, 2009 09:39 pm (UTC)
The bicycle story makes me think of the motorcyclist / trucker joke that ends with the waitress telling the motorcyclists "I guess he's not much of a trucker, either; he just ran over three motorcycles out there." But I don't think you're actually saying you squashed a bike, quite.
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Date:September 2nd, 2009 10:31 pm (UTC)
"Yes, she would! She's the crazy SciFi woman!"
Date:September 3rd, 2009 07:12 pm (UTC)
I just came by your blog and I'm very sorry to hear about your kitty! My heart goes out to you and Spirit, whom I'm sure misses Shiva as much as you!
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