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The Long Weekend

I slept a lot.  :)

I listened to “Fragile”, by Lisa Unger, practically at one sitting–if lying in bed with my iPod going can be accurately described as a “sitting.”   This is a very good suspense novel, obviously, and I do recommend it.

For me, free time always includes art, so there was some of that, too.  I recently fell in love with an art supply I’d never realized was available (I’m very fickle in this area)–Liquitex Paint Pens, and it looks as though this affair may last a while.  :)  After seeing them in one of my Somerset magazines, I clicked

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Acupuncture and Brylee’s bracelet

Now, THERE’s a combination for you.  :)

Today, Wednesday, is acupuncture day, and I am sure looking forward to all that relaxation!  People often cringe when I mention acupuncture–I guess they’re imagining skin bristling with heavy-duty tapestry needles and maybe even bloodshed.  :)  The truth is, the points on the needles are incredibly fine, and I don’t even feel most of them.  Note, however, the word ‘most’.  Some of them give me a pretty good twingle, to use my mom’s quaint but colorful terminology, but that’s because there’s stagnant chi (energy) in that particular spot, needing to be released, and the sting

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A “ten gallon hat” can’t hold ten gallons of anything.

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