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Procrastination


Saw this on the eBaum website, http://www.ebaumsworld.com/pictures/view/62720/, and loved it. Its a "demotivational" poster. Kind of made me think of me and the infrequency of my posts.


I'm doing well; feeling good; looking forward to the holidays and family get-togethers. Maryse's mom, brother and nephew are all here now. Pierce is enjoying all the snow before we get all that rain Sunday.


Next week we're off to Maryse's cousin's for a Pesant/Trudel Christmas.


The following week Megan, Selo, Miko and Matt are all expected, for the Bray version, New Year's Day.


Life is good; the weather forecast: so-so.



Book: This Is Your Brain On Music by Daniel J. Levitin

Music: Wintersong by Sarah McLachlan

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