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Back again!

Gotta be quick…  was having trouble with my username/password but am back on track now!

I was on vacation last week and it was absolutely wonderful!  The weather was absolutely gorgeous and now I’m sitting at my desk looking out the window at the pouring rain and I am being very thankful that we took last week and not this!

I am very excited yet also quite nervous about this evening.  We are considering making one more move and we have a realtor coming to the house to give us an appraisal.  More on that later…

Anyway, I’m in serious catch up mode right now but will update again ASAP. If I haven’t stopped by your blogs just yet, I will soon!

Published in:Uncategorized |on June 4th, 2007 |5 Comments »

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5 Responses to “Back again!”

  1. Ben Says:

    Welcome back, Mary. One more time, huh? Are you looking for more space or different location or what? Just curious.

  2. daisy Says:

    Good luck with the realtor. I can’t even contemplate moving…too much work!

  3. Molly Says:

    So nice to see CurtinCall back on line. And great to hear that you had a good vacation. I’m counting the days til June 20th when I head out for a week of R&R.

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