Sunday, June 08, 2008

Not Dead Yet

I am still alive. This year has begun as a very powerful time for change, lots and lots of change. I just wanted to make a quick note that all is well, I am flourishing and I WILL be visiting soon.

17 comments:

  1. I wondered. Glad to know all is well. Awaiting details.

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  2. We were beginning to worry. Hope the changes are for the better.

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  3. Hey, at least you are around still. So many are just never heard from again (or maybe that's just because of me)

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  4. Whooh, thought for a minute I was the only one changing, changing, changing....

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  5. Powerful. I like that word. Wonder what's in store, huh?

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  6. We're not quite dead yet, either.

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  7. I am glad that you are all right. I look forward to your visits.

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  8. Good to hear that all is well...look forward to hearing more.

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  9. Hope your changes are the most wonderful type you wish to experience.

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  10. 2008 seems to be a year for change!

    come back soon!

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  11. Lots of changes for me, too. :) I've had to delete one of my blogs and kind of merge the two into the other blog so I don't have to deal with managing two blogs. No more classes mean no excuse to play around on the computer as much. ;)

    Glad you are well. Good things come to those who wait...:) Take care.

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  12. I was just thinking about you and wondering what was going on. I've must've missed A LOT because your posts leave me with more questions.

    Hope all is well in your world.

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  13. I know how those Chrysalis stages go... :)

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  14. Glad to hear it Goldennib. Look forward to hearing an update.

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  15. Nice to know that you still exist.

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  16. Just flew by to check on you.
    Hope all is well and that your summer is "hatching" lots of butterflies.
    Please stop by and remind me to tell you the story my 3-year old grand daughter told about cock-cocoons and butterflies and crocodiles. It will make you smile.

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