5 Responses to “So”

  1. Shelli Stevens December 12, 2007 at 3:12 AM #

    You have the cutest daughter! Love the pink jacket!

    One of our cats ran away last year and the kid never really noticed. Never mentions her. But like you said, it’s the cat she didn’t pay much attention to.

  2. Laura December 12, 2007 at 8:37 AM #

    Congrats to your husband for getting the new job. I’m in one of those hateful jobs and looking to get out. Only, they don’t treat us like machines, they treat us like children. No trust, no respect, no empowerment. It gets old after a while. So it’s great to hear about someone who escaped. Good luck to Josh!

  3. Michelle Cary December 12, 2007 at 10:25 AM #

    Who says you’re not supposed to share personal angst? If you were always upbeat and cheerful you wouldn’t be a real person. Besides, angst is what makes stories believable and life interesting. :laundry:

  4. Jackie L. December 13, 2007 at 1:05 PM #

    What Cary said.

  5. Nicole December 13, 2007 at 10:58 PM #

    Cute picture.

    Funny you should mention that book Cat Heaven since I just bought it at HPB last week. As I’ve been putting away the new shipment books in kids, I’ve been grabbing cute kids books that I see. I mean, how can you pass up getting new hardback kids books for around $3? Who cares if I don’t have kids.

    Anyways…sorry for the tangent.

    I’m so sorry about the cat. And always feel free to post your angst. If nothing else, it feels good to let things out.

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