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Monday, 12 November 2007


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Love the blocks Ginny. I wish I could take a class with you. Hint Hint :) I'm in the Philadelphia area so I'm not too too far away. I am guessing that Art Continuum was a fabulous venue you once put on. Sounds like it was wonderful!

Life is like a huge jigsaw puzzle, isn't it? All those little pieces so intricately interlinked to form the whole. Sometimes it seems like chance but on reflection you see all the previous events had to happen first to mold you into 'that' person to be amenable or available.

love love this blocks!

I don't like to beat a dead horse, but trusting-the-wrong-person-in=business trick was the worst mistake ever, but live and learn. (sigh)
At least things do have a tendancy to change for the better (and that Karma sure can be a bitch!)
Love to you....

Choosing a new school, and ended up in the same music class as Stewart (now husband). There's been lots of other things along the way too... it's interesting how the path takes it's course!

The blocks look great!!
Fate...when we were in high school, our basketball team went to state. My girlfriend & I were in line to purchase tickets & 2 guys,(who were too lazy to stand in line) asked if we would buy their tickets. LONG story short, their seats were next to us. Our team didn't have a good outcome, but I did!! 35 married years later, after 5 years of dating...I got Rick!
The end!!

I think even the little choices we make every day effect our lives in ways we aren't even aware of most of the time...fate, serendipity or whatever you want to call it...do I turn right or left at the next intersection...which store do I go to today...it's amazing how things work out, isn't it?

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