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December 15, 2006


We're going to a party...

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It’s Just Ten Days Before Christmas:

Do you think this is normal?

What do you mean?

You know, does this feel right to you?

We’ve done this every year Dan, there’s nothing wrong with
celebrating a birthday. Besides, this is my way of remembering, my
way of coping.

I know honey, I just worry sometimes…, about confusing the boys.

It’ll be fine Dan, you’ll see. The boys need to remember their little
sister too. Just because she’s not here doesn’t mean we shouldn’t
throw a party. And, her birthdays are special. The three candles on
her cake also mark, the three years she’s been with Jesus.

Posted by: kasac at December 15, 2006 10:34 AM · Permalink

Honey, does this dress make me look fat?

No, Dear.

Do you like it better than the blue one?

They’re both nice, but, yes, I like this one better.

Do these shoes go well with the dress?

Yes, Dear.

How about the purse?

It all matches fine.

Do my legs look okay in these stockings?

Yes, Dear.

How about my hair, does it look pretty? Do you like the color?

Yes, Dear.

And the makeup? Does the makeup look too trampy?

No, you look pretty. But I swear, Frank, this is the last costume party you go to in drag.

Posted by: Mr. Parx at December 15, 2006 12:36 PM · Permalink

Mr. Parx

While reading your blog of yesterday's date, I couldn't help but wonder -the people you were waiting in your office to meet, were they the authors of this site?
If I were ever invited, I would not be late.

Posted by: kasac at December 15, 2006 1:27 PM · Permalink

Oh, kasac, your assessment began as soon as you made your first post. Consider this a kind of free-association psychoanalysis, with a few corners. As they say, "A psychiatrist expresses his love with his silence."

Mr. P.

Posted by: Mr. Parx at December 15, 2006 2:35 PM · Permalink

Four of us wrote stories on the main page so far, and not one of them had anything to do with balloons, cake, streamers, or little plates with things on crackers.

It's entirely possible there's something very wrong with the lot of us.

Posted by: David at December 16, 2006 3:58 PM · Permalink

David, does 'entirely possible' mean the same thing as 'absolutely certain'?

Posted by: Jim Parkinson at December 16, 2006 5:28 PM · Permalink

It's entirely possible.

Posted by: David at December 17, 2006 11:31 PM · Permalink

Well, at least none of us went for a 'Donner Party' story...

That's gotta count for something, right?

Posted by: Jeff R. at December 18, 2006 12:49 AM · Permalink


Posted by: Stacy at December 18, 2006 7:24 AM · Permalink

Check before you post!