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Wipe Out

2007-10-19 - 9:01 a.m.

Well, Brin arrived safely last night. She was so wiped out I immediately put her down for a nap.

Once she woke up, we headed to the Park for a little while. We caught Pirates and the Haunted Mansion (the Mansion having been decked out with the Nightmare Before Christmas theme) before time ran out. We sat and had a pretzel - Brin loves the Mickey Mouse-shaped ones - and headed home for a late dinner.

We both wound up going to bed much earlier than usual...which is why we're awake much earlier than usual.


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Remember earlier this year, when the new Democrat-controlled Congress promised earmark reform? Well...


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Makes me wanna get back to drinking coffee.


Today promises to be busy. Brin wants a haircut, and we need to get to Fry's to pick up a new cooler for her laptop.

And we need to fit lunch in there somewhen.

And then, of course, the band gig tonight.

Shower's free.

Be seeing you.


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