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2007-01-10 - 11:51 a.m.
Prepping to do some housecleaning. There's lots of recyclables to take to the center. All I need to do it get the drums out of my trunk.
I also need to get to the post office and mail off a package. Oh the fun will abound.
Tomorrow, the plan is to go to the garage and start going through stuff I haven't looked at since I moved in.
I'm sure I can sell some of it here.
I checked my mail, and my own copy of the paperwork hasn't arrived yet...which explains why the ex hasn't called yet.
It's one of those "you know it's coming and can't stop it" things.
USA Network is showing "Bride Of Chucky" this morning. I came across it as I was channel-surfing.
Well, if I wasn't awake BEFORE...
Not much else. I'll let you know what I find in the garage.
Be seeing you.
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