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Subject: Re: Time To Celebrate and Confess

Gun (flabbergasted and gobsmacked)
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Date Posted: 04:11:54 08/13/09 Thu
In reply to: Pol 's message, "Time To Celebrate and Confess" on 15:06:46 08/12/09 Wed

>Well it's awfully quiet around here. Good thing I
>finally showed up to liven the place up. I just love
>throwing parties on Gun's board!!!!!

And now I'm concerned that these old, crusty floor boards won't hold for all that stomping that usually occurs when Pol throws a party. Last party in real life she threw was a fun bash though, we stomped and clapped a lot and I can safely say, fun was had by all.

>I wonder how long it will take to get things started
>around here???

With you around, dear Pol, two things can happen. Eighter people come out of the woodworks looking for munchies and boose, or y'all go into some p*ssing contest on who can dish up the best meal amongst you. Either way, I still worry about the floor boards. *grin*

>Hopefully it will be quick since I head off to Sweden
>in two weeks to check up on a certain bard. Hence the

God save this poor nation. Not sure if we're ready for a party-ready American arriving to go to a wedding which theme is "Glitter and Glamour"...You American ladies are known to sparkle even when it's not a theme party. Should I worry about THOSE floor boards too? LOL!!!

>Now I have a confession of sorts - The reason "The
>Guardians" has not been finished is because of me, not
>Gun. We began collaborating on the story before I
>headed out to Iraq for two years. When I returned I
>wasn't in a writing mood and the demands of "saving
>the world" were a little time consuming.
>My favorite bard would not complete the story without
>me and patiently waited till I was ready to finish it
>with her.

Yeah. What she said. All her fault. Again. And no, I'm really not as clingy as she makes me out to be. I am however quite supersticious, actually. I figured, if she has to come home from Iraq and finish the story with me, then that's yet another incentive to stay alive. Worked like a charm. *knock on wood*

>Well, that time has come so with any luck we should
>have it completed soon.

SOON? What do you mean, soon? I have to finish the darn novel first, amica! But when I'm off to Treklovers (rehab clinic (and no I haven't hit the bottle - its for the MS) that can be our therapy. *grin*

>I have other news as well but some of it will have to
>wait until the party really gets going and I have had
>something to drink!

God-almighty! Or as some of my family members say, Gun-almighty! More surprises. Is it for me - does it come with a bow? Is it Pol-shaped? *grin*

Jokes aside, can't wait for you to be the guest of honor next to the bride and groom. Marrying off a kid is both traumatic and super-fun. Loving the son-in-law helps. Having wonderful grandchildren doesn't hurt either.

So, how's this for CPR on this poor dormant board?



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