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Is God throwing me more than I can catch? No way! Bring it on!

It is a bittersweet moment. My journey will be complete in a matter of ours when Opening Pandora's Box is submitted for publication on Amazon. I think I like this trilogy conclusion the more I read it. Maybe now I will have moire time for this blog...yea right...I am SO terrible at keeping up with my blog. I think it's because it's like talking to myself, which I do all the time without having to download and fight the pop ups.
At least with the finalization of this third book I can view Spring Break 2013 as a success. My kitchen renovation has become  nightmare. The counter top does not "fit" so I have two huge holes where counter top and sink should be. We decided to drop the in the sink and hook it up, not knowing how long we would be without. Guess what?! The new sink is DENTED. So, now I get to do something I am NOT good at and that is arguing. I have to call Lowe's this morning and waste most of my day haggling with them. Sorry...I hate to publicly bash anyone, but that company will not have to worry about my business any moire once this whole debacle is over.
Vented...done...thanks...

Look for Opening Pandora's Box in the next couple of days and don't forget to acquire Abby and Raspberry Beret while you're at it so that you will know the whole story!

Off to fight the big, bad hardware store!
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