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A Few Things!

I have a few things to say today!!!! I thought I'd make them colorful, too!

1) I am so glad the first week of school is over with!

2) I am so glad it's a long weekend!!!!

3) I sold some beads to someone in Vilnius, Lithuania - how cool is that? Your beads are on their way today!

4) The engineer received this email from someone last night - take a look:

"can you please send me an abstract on GRID COMPUTING WITHIN 4 HOURS....PLEASE"

So, the engineer works at a university and is fairly famous in his field - can you imagine getting this from someone - at 2am??!!??!?! This someone is apparently a student from a foreign university who apparently doesn't realize how small the world is!

5) I am going to Maryland tomorrow for a fun B&B overnight near Deep Creek - I've never been there.

6) I'll have some beads on etsy later today and yes, the dust is free!!!!!


Sandy said…
Sounds like a busy life. I'll be looking for your beads!
Unknown said…
My engineer says the student should do his own damn work... :)
Unknown said…
My engineer says the student should do his own damn work... :)

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