Saturday, December 2, 2006

I don't know what to write

I don’t have anything to write. I am just feeling the pressure of knowing that I haven’t written anything of substance in a while, so I thought I would heighten the pressure by opening up a “new post.”

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After a few blissful weeks of unseasonably warm weather (mid 60s) today temperature was a stark 45 degrees. My friend jenny said today that at the store she manages, sales have been down because the weather has been so good. i asked why, and she said that since it was not cold, people were forgetting that Christmas was coming. Being from southern California, this theory was lost on me.

Hmm, that wasn’t that interesting.

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I bought a new cell phone and switched from Cingular to T-Mobile.

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I think my job, the one I gave notice to, has found a suitable replacement for me, within 3 days of posting the notice. I couldn’t be more thrilled. That may mean that I can quit the job earlier than expected. Not that I am thrilled about the loss of pay, but I am excited about the new adventure that awaits. I will definitely tell you more as things develop, but all I can say is that I am starting a new business and as soon as I incorporate it, I will spill the beans.

Ok, that’s enough for now.


  1. Congrats on the new phone!

  2. Ooh! Blogger's Block. That's rough!

    Did your cell number go with you to T-Mobile?

    And finaly:

    Hooray for being out of work! Er... something like tha.

  3. Tom- thanks, honey!

    Brent- Yeah, I got to take my phone number, and it was ridiculously easy!


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