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Author: sarkie Three stars, 500 posts Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 886520  
Subject: Re: ot-help me do some "living" Date: 3/14/2002 12:39 PM
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Thank you everyone for some wonderful replies. I don't participate as much as I would like because I am at work and don't have that much spare time here. Reading posts doesn't really take that much time, posting and replying does, for me anyway.

Okay, here is what I have done so far, Friday night I am going to a birthday dinner for an acquaintance/friend of mine. I had been wobbling back and forth whether I wanted to go or not. If nothing else it will allow me to get out and be a little social.

I called a friend of mine to see if she wants to have lunch on Sunday and she said yes and said she was actually thinking of me this morning (but she wouldn't have called) sigh… how come I have to do the calling and inviting?

I work for an accounting firm and practically live at work at the moment so after April 15th, I will make an appointment with my hairstylist for a cut. I have been going to see her for the past year or so and she is slowly making little changes to my hair so I don't freak out and don't got back for a year or two. I may tell her to do something a little more daring next time.

I will also go to the Bobbi Brown counter and ask for the makeover. I don't mind paying a little more for good lipstick and eyeliner so it won't be a complete waste of time for the makeup person.

Tonight I will go through a catalog of classes (these are one time fun entertainment type classes) and sign up for a cooking class after the tax season.

That's all for now.
Sarkie




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