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
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
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?