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April 29, 2009

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storyteller

Wonderful idea for a T-13! Methinks focusing on the positive is always a good idea. I keep a running gratitude list in my sidebar ... just because.
Hugs and blessings,

Adelle Laudan

Great list. I think we're on a similar wavelength this week. Happy T13!

Michelle

It was so awesome to meet you. We had such a fabulous time! You're going to London? I'm so jealous! Can't wait to see pics!(On FB of course)

I fucking hate Mother's Day. There. I said it. I can't say that on my own blog but I had to get it out. My Mother is dead. I can not become a Mom(yeah, yeah, I know my kid in China will be here in like a billion years or something. Forgive me if I'm not jumping for joy over that right now).

Mother's Day sucks.

Grace @ Sandier Pastures

I was so frustrated with the lack of good restos in London too!

BTW, so nice to read about your Aunt and Uncle. Real, good and long lasting marriages still exist! and what a sweet toast he gave to his wife!

Tink

Bad bloggers don't exist. It's your blog and YOU decide when and how often you post. You have a lot going on in your life. Focusing on the positive is the best approach, but not always possible. Hang in there!
My TT has 13 random things I wanted to share.

katie

I'm not a Londoner any more, but what kind of restaurant? Where are you staying? Time Out is probably the best guide.

Janet

I doubly hate Mother's Day since I couldn't be one, and mine has passed on.

Krissy

Wow - that's a lot going on. Good luck with the mortgage and the move, the restaurants and everything else. Happy Thursday.

Thursday 13 - edition 5
Laundry love...and hate

Susan Helene Gottfried

I've missed you around the Thirteen world, journeywoman. Glad you're back and have tales to tell.

I would LOVE to read that much. Want to swap lives? You can write books for a few days and I'll read?

thalia

There are lots of good restaurants in London, and the exchange rate v much in your favour right now, so we can definitely fnd you some fab food. Would be good to get a bit more specific guidance - cuisine? price range? geographic area?

The Gal Herself

I loved #9. In this economy, I think you speak for all of us!

marcia @joyismygoal in TX

I hope the house works out and you had a good trip

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