Mol (mollyringle) wrote,

Minor Xmas notes and things

Last time I checked, we still don't have DSL hooked up at the new house, which is where we are finally living. Guess what: moving still sucks! But it does go easier when your relatives show up in various combinations, bringing new things for the house, or helping you carry stuff or clean up or unpack. My extended family is pretty rad that way.

kenshi (one of the extended family) has pictures up on his LJ of a bunch of us being loonies on Xmas Eve and Xmas proper. Did you know you can throw glowing hoops at each other in one of Seattle's best restaurants, and not get thrown out? Our group got away with it, anyway.

Life is on the up-swing but still busy. Think my New Year's resolution is going to be to stay out of internet arguments--so flame-baiters might as well get out of here and quit lurking on my LJ. I can use the time to work on novels and home improvement projects (of which there are lots and lots to be tackled). But, thank you to all who have, one way or another, sent greetings and well-wishes and happy thoughts and assistance. It's been a nice way to end the year.

But I'm supposed to be working, so...right! See you.

Dumbest post ever.
Tags: holidays, housework, pictures

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