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I'll keep this short and sweet.

Stop sending me threatening texts/twitters. Mike has your stuff now. Your tie, shirt, book, and dvd are not worth threatening me over, and I've told you before, I have no intention of keeping your things. I have no problems getting a restraining order (though I'd rather not), and you certainly don't need that trouble. Don't do anything you'll regret later, or that would jeopardize your time with your kids. Please act like an adult, and stop threatening me. Just stop. There is no reason for you to act like this.

That's your only warning.

My friend Lindsay wrote:

[Jeff’s] mom and dad are moving to Austin next weekend and they are needing someone to take their dog (Australian Shepherd named Bill) because they have to move into a rental house for a few months until their house is ready and they can only bring two of their three dogs. :( Bill is old and SO SWEET, I wish that we could take him at my house, but we have too much going on as it is. Anyway, if you know of anyone that would like a sweet older dog and could give a great home, please let me know - Jeff's mom would be really relieved!!


If anyone knows someone willing to take an older dog, let me know and I’ll put you in touch. In the meantime, I’ll try to get a photo.

They've finally picked out an opening date for Legacy Books - November 7th. It's located on the Dallas North Tollway, on the north side of Legacy. Based on the articles I've read, I can't wait to see it!

1. When’s the last time you had a fever?
I don’t have a clue. At least two years ago.

2. If you had six unexpected weeks off (let’s say unpaid, to make it difficult and for the sake of argument) before you had to go back to work, what would you do?
I’d work out a lot (biking, hiking, swimming, climbing, etc). Find odd jobs to get paid for. Read those books sitting on my “to-read” shelf. Work on my project list.

3. Any Olympic opinions or observations?
Are the Chinese women gymnasts *really* fifteen/sixteen? They look 9-10 years old. They are so damn tiny next to our muscular US team.

4. What is your worst eating habit?
Manners-wise, I’m pretty polite, I think. I like bread too much – I’ll eat as much of it as is placed on the table.

BTTW: Last night’s convertible ride. Rain today. Monday’s de-stress evening. Last weekend’s mini-vacation to New Braunfels/San Antonio. Watching Mad Men.

WTTW: Minor things… nothing worth mentioning. (yay!)

6. Top 3 Audio
Rilo Kiley
The Mini-Cooper Mix (yay new music!)
On-the-go Mix I made during the trip down to Randolph AFB.

Current Location: At work
Current Mood: contentcontent
Current Music: Does He Love You? - Rilo Kiley

Oct 23, Ben Folds at the Palladium ~$32
Oct 24, R.E.M. and the Old 97's at Nokia ~$60+

Current Mood: greedy

From last month's bill:

Friends -- To: 854 / From: 866
Cha-Cha -- To: 4 / From: 5
Twitter -- To: 166 / From: 1821
BrightKite -- To: 59 / From: 342

Total texts sent: 1083
Total texts received: 3034

Total in/out: 4117

Current Location: At work
Current Mood: sillysilly
Current Music: 15 - Rilo Kiley

No Wrecked Poll just yet… So in the meantime, I thought this might be interesting.

The Omnivore's Hundred
1) Copy this list into your blog or journal, including these instructions.
2) Bold all the items you’ve eaten.
3) Cross out any items that you would never consider eating.
4) Optional extra: Post a comment here at linking to your results.

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The weekend was lots of fun. There ended up being six of us, two of which were old high school friends (Sam and Kevin). Kevin is in the Air Force, and he just got back from Afghanistan a couple of months ago! We stayed at Randolph Air Force Base, about thirty minutes away from San Antonio and New Braunfels. It was neat to see the base – it’s like a mini-city! They have EVERYTHING – houses, a grocery store, grade schools, a bowling alley, and even a Burger King! The housing we stayed in was inexpensive – only $25 a night – and since we got there late Thursday evening, they didn’t charge us for that day! Friday, we went to Schlitterbaun. It was pretty fun, definitely better than Wet n Wild / Hurricane Harbor. The lines were pretty long, though, and the park was huge (you have to take a BUS to get to the other side!), so we pretty much rode everything once and went home. Friday night, we drove to San Antonio and had dinner at Dick’s Last Resort on the Riverwalk. Our table [i.e. KEVIN] got in a paper ball fight with the bachelorette party across the room – it was funny. After that, we went to a piano bar called Howl at the Moon. It was really neat – two pianos and a backing band, and they played all kinds of stuff we knew. Saturday, we floated in the river all day. We rented tubes and coolers, and floated down the river, all our tubes tied to one another so we didn’t float away. I never really understood the interest in floating the river, but now I completely understand (not that I can explain it any better). We were all exhausted Saturday night, so we ordered pizza and watched a movie on TV. Sunday was spent driving home.

Photos here:

Current Location: At work

I really want to blog a summary of the trip this weekend, but I am simply too tired right now.

Hopefully my brain/body will catch up and I'll be back to normal soon.

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