Wednesday, April 27, 2011

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 I am currently in a blogging slump with a touch of emotional flu. I will see you when I am more inspired.

Love, peace and groovy things,
Pagan Sphinx

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  1. Diagnosis: HUMAN



    Hope you feel better soon. Mine cleared today...


    Warm Aloha from Honolulu


    Comfort Spiral

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  3. you are not alone. I'll watch for your return. you will be missed. and thanks for the tune.

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  4. Oh, snap out of it, woman!

    Get back to work!

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  5. Thanks for the diagnosis, Cloudia! Sending a hug

    Becky - are you a Suzy V. fan? I met her once and she was as cold as ice. ;-) Thanks Becky. See you around.

    MP Jonathan - I should have known that you ascribe to the "Snap Out of It School of Psychology". You know I'm not a whiner! I just whimper every once in a while! Sending a hug. And hug Mrs. M.P. too - you don't even have to say it was from me! :-)

    Lastly, an update: as if I didn't have woes enough, I found a deer tick on my leg the other day (eeeeeeeeeeeeeuuuuuuuuuuu) and just a while ago, I was sent home from work because I was the recipient of the most fugging painful spasm of my life, in my back. I'm sitting here with ice on it as I type. At least I'm home now where I'm free to use the F-word as often as I want or need to.

    I hope that's not the high point of day. I AM supposed to be going to get my hair cut today but with how things are going, I don't dare! :-)

    Wow. I said a lot. I don't usually say that much...

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  6. I AM supposed to be going to get my hair cut today

    After the deer tick incident, I wouldn't be surprised if they tell you you've got lice.

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  7. It's so reassuring to see how seriously you take my concerns, Jonathan! :-D

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  8. I'm renowned for my pastoral skills.

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  9. Aw, Gina!

    Like the Bangles said, "these are the days when you wish your bed was already made!"

    And everything was dark and dire, and nothing worked, and everyone was miserable and cold and hungry and things were generally all fucked up.

    And a voice spoke from the heavens and it said;

    "Rejoice and be glad, for it could be worse!"

    And I rejoiced and was glad

    ... and it got worse.

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  10. Francis - it's true! It will get worse! I thought I had problems with that deer tick yesterday and the low mood and everything and today, it is the least of my worries. The doctor I saw this afternoon didn't feel it was worth prescribing antibiotics, since it's doubtful that The Tick was in my leg longer than 24 hours. I hope he is right. Muscle relaxant tonight at bedtime and no work tomorrow.

    Thanks for the smile!

    Jonathan - I see why you're always dedicating flowers and songs and chocolate to Mimi. You insult her worse than you insult me! And more often! :-D

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  11. Looking on the bright side you're at least getting a chance to watch tv. I was just reading about security arrangements surrounding the the Wedding that include plans of action in case of a Runaway Bride scenario. Would young Price Bill be allowed to chase her and if so, how far? Would MI5 have a helicopter ready to whisk the absconding Catherine away, new identity papers at the ready? I'm thinking no wonder they make them wear long dresses with trains that can bring a quick halt to any escape attempt.

    I hope you feel better soon in every way.

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  12. This is a great post. Thank you. I hope you feel better soon. Here for you!

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  13. Susan - I don't give a toss (as the Brits would say) about the royal wedding. But a runaway bride would've been interesting. No chance, those royal types are too stuffy for anything like that. I'll bet they won't even divorce once they've had enough of each other,just to keep up appearances. Ugh.

    Sandy - hey! Thanks so much. You're a sweetie.

    It is now Sunday and I'm still stiff and in pain. It's beautiful out and I have so much work to do in my garden, which I can't do...it's frustrating. I don't even want to go outside.

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  14. My prescription:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxavHgbaE-E&feature=related

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  15. Get well is my wishes, art needs you (and probably God Google too). a good wek

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  16. Sandy - thanks for the clip! Melissa Ethridge was over the moon singing with Bruce!

    Taxi - God Google! Ha! Muito obrigada por as susas palavras!

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  17. I learned a long time ago that, for me, if I don't feel like blogging, I shouldn't. I hope that you feel better soon.

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