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Please proceed at your own pace

May 13th, 2005 · 2 Comments

I apologize for the burst of blogposts tonight. I’m in a writing mode, and this week I’ve been finally able to finish ideas that have been simmering inside me for a while. My plan for the next few days is to focus on Gnomedex. So please ration accordingly: I am not planning to write many more posts until Monday. Thanks for your understanding…

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  • 1 Lucy // May 13, 2005 at 9:25 am

    LOL. Thats like asking children to ration their Christmas presents accordingly, spreading them throughout the day!

    A burst of blogposts is a lovely surprise, like finding your Christmas stocking full of exoticaly wonderful things you didn’t even know existed. Personally, I have no restraint. I just plunged right in and wallowed to my heart’s content. I’m a firm believer in moderation, especially “even moderation in moderation”!

  • 2 Chas Redmond // May 13, 2005 at 9:19 pm

    Wow, Julie, that’s an impressive set of impressions and expressions. I really wanted to comment on maybe half of the postings you made today – I’ve certainly got some comments and advice about the aging stuff and I’ve also been sort of aware of my body and soul for (like) ever so I had some comments there, too. I also had some comments on the whole thesis of the veil – that’s one of the most fundamental, elemental, and yet still mysterious things about us humans – we want to reveal but we never really do (or do we) and the Bono comments – well to me, my God is inside of me and he/she certainly knows me inside and outside and I have a hard time sometimes not being as honest with everyone else, but as you put it, there are things we don’t/shouldn’t/can’t do in public – and isn’t public defined by a person and one other?

    Flat out interesting stuff, Julie. I do hope to see you in person soon – but in person being leisurely – the zoo? Good luck at Gnomedex – I’m sure you’ll come away pleased. Oh, great day for two ladies I know – you with your new Powerbook and my wife with her new iMac. Sounds like you had a few slight glitches – unbelievably Katherine emerged totally unscathed from the transfer (but she was going Mac to Mac).

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