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Women, Wine And Song

Those of you who actually read my blog would have noticed a dramatic decrease in the frequency of my posting in the last few months. Heck let’s face it, I barely blogged at all. So what happened? I have 3 letters for you – LIC.
Life's junk will suck the will right out you
Hold on Lord I can't do it with out you
Seems like a lot of grey in the world
Women Wine and Song, Women Wine and Song
Will make you all move along to a lovely beat…
Replace Life with LIC and you’re all set. Anyway now that life’s settled down – somewhat – I’ll be writing more often. Speaking of life, it’s been great living on my own. Finally, now that I’ve cut the cord, I get to put my money where my mouth is. I’ve my own place & I’m even learning how to cook! (yup Hell has frozen over). A girl could get used to this stuff. The only downside? Now all my friends are long distance calls away. Oh well gotta take the good with the bad.

And there’s plenty of the bad, mostly to do with work. Working in this organization is like trying to bring down a brick wall with nothing but a nail file. A really blunt file. If I had a dollar for every time I cursed, I’d be Bill Gates by now. I just hope I don’t get used to it!

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