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Thursday, July 20

Computer Access Has Forced A Hiatus

How I wish I could write something worthwhile! But I am typing on a dinosaur computer in our lovely home we like to call "Embassy - How We Love That Free Happy Hour of Yours" and they are charging me by the minute so this will have to be short.

We have been here for over a week now. It is so nice having someone clean up after you and reinforce your diva habit. During the day, I hit the gym, run last minute errands and usually get in an afternoon nap. I guess I have finally achieved "lady who lunches" status. And I am LOVing it! In the evenings, we can either be found at parties or going away happy hours or just dining with a group of friends. It's damn tough being me.

Oh, how I would love to tell you about these evenings! However, those stories will have to wait for the time when I am back to free internet usage. Just a snipit... there has been drama and fighting and crying... and for once it wasn't just coming from me!

But alas, I must move on. Time to go work the beers I drank last night off my middle section.

Just to let you know, we move on Saturday morning. Arriving in our new home country of Japan on Sunday late in the afternoon. (Actually very late on Saturday in the U.S. for those of you that are counting.) I won't be writing much until we get settled. I so wish I could tell you all the crazy emotions that I have going on, but I'm sure you guessed what kind of a mess I am already.

So this is a tiny goodbye for now! Or just a see you on the flip side!

3 comments:

Lisa said...

I was wondering what happened to you! I was really happy to hear that you finally got to sleep in a bed instead of on that tempermental air mattress (I warned you!) and that you were able to partake in the "FREE" happy hour, but with such a long absence, I was beginning to wonder if you had forgotten to get out of that bed in the last week! Good to hear that you are still around (or at least awake and out of bed) and still counting the days till your departure. I wish I could be there to see you off on this fantastic journey, but alas (wow, don't think I've ever had a chance to use that word before) you'll just have to remember that I'll be thinking of you both constantly instead.

Should I start the count down now or later for my own trip to visit you?!

Kimono Karen said...

Now please! Start the countdown now!

Rest assured I am alive and well though I may be crying on small occasions and laughing hysterically on others. Crazy heavy emotion day.

I will return again soon!

Anonymous said...

I like it! Good job. Go on.
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