Sunday, Oct. 15, 2006
How is it that the 24 hours on a weekend day is so much shorter than the 24 hours on a regular day?
Today I was more or less lazy. I say more or less, because I did make two meals (if you can properly call tonight's grilled cheese and canned soup a meal) and I did three loads of laundry. I also did get the necklace made with the materials I bought at the gem & mineral show yesterday, and made a quick run into town to pick up a couple of things I'd forgotten to buy yesterday. Though I still forgot to get more cream cheese, darn it.
Tomorrow will hopefully get the last information we need, one way or the other, to finish up MC's divorce. Obviously it's still got to go through the whole appearance in court thing and all, but unless I miss my guess, that part will be easy. It would even be better if he didn't have to show up in court at all - an option in Arizona in an uncontested divorce except if we have to go ahead and serve his ex by publication.
That's the last puzzle piece, though - finding out where his ex is so we can serve the divorce papers on her. I guess that doesn't hold any great excitement for anybody else, but lemme tell you, we're poised to celebrate like crazy around here the second this thing's done.
When we finally get married, I hope to post pictures from our wedding. I'm still hoping we can do a trade for the pictures, creating a website for a local photographer in exchange for the photo package. We're still planning to dress in period costume, guests and all, so it should be great for pictures and hopefully a lot of fun for everyone who attends. We were planning to keep it small... but between family and close friends, that's still a whole lot of bodies!
Before - After
In the grander scheme of things, no soul can truly be replaced. Each one of us has a place in the universal tapestry. We each contribute our own color and texture. When one thread is snipped too soon, it distorts all the threads around it. Other lives can unravel and tear. If the wrong thread is ripped away, the whole fabric of life becomes dangerously fragile.
- LeiLani, aka Radiogurl aka Bright Opal (1957 - )