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It's been almost a month since I posted a post.

Wish I could say I was traveling or wandering in wonder lust.

Nope. Just getting on with life.

Dusting and vacuuming a bit more often to keep my facial eczema from flaring so awfully awful that my eyes become swollen. How swollen? The recessive epicanthic folds of my eyelids show themselves. An advantage for me. Nobody thinks anything is wrong with my eyes.

Celebrating the husband's 60th anniversary of being born. Every 60-year-old child should have a birthday party complete with bubble wands, darts, and other games. And lots of his favorite food.

Finishing a deadline and starting another one. Sigh. I'm boxed in until 12/12/12. So, by golly, the world better not end on 12/21/12!

Working on my 40th high school class reunion. The husband doesn't believe me when I say this is the last time I work on a reunion. "Absolutely," I say. "Uh-huh," he says.

So, that what has kept me me away from writing on the blog for almost a month.

Actually, I probably will stay away until the reunion stuff is over. But, you can find me every day at Take 25 to Hollister. That's the blog I do about my hometown, not the store. I've given myself the challenge of posting a photo a day for a year. I'm now on Day 170.

So, if you don't find anything new here, head over to Take 25 to Hollister. Yep, that's what I would do.

Hope all's well with everyone!

A piu tarde,

Su-sieee! Mac

P.S. I let the husband cut my hair off. All of it. His first time at cutting hair. He did a very good job,  don't you agree?


  1. I think you look lovely with your new haircut! If I'm not mistaken, the world is supposed to end 12/21/11, not 12/21/12.

  2. Hi fishducky! Thank you. The husband cut it with a comb and scissors as his tools. He just amazes me. There are a few end-of-the-world dates floating around out there. It may end 10/21/11, too. We'll see. :-)

  3. so you would have nine free days before the end of the world. yeah, you have a vested interest in the world continuing. good to see you:)

  4. Aw, shucks, widdershins, merci beaucoup. :-)

    Ed,I would party like there was no tomorrow. Oh, right.

  5. You look so pretty and so happy with your new haircut. But then, you are used to having your head shaved so this must seem long to you. :)
    Tell Husband he did a great job.
    It's good to see a post by you, again.

  6. Thank you, Manzi sweet blogging friend. It does already feel long. :-)

  7. I bet the new hair cut is nice and cool!

    Post when you can, life gets in the way sometimes. We'll all be here!

  8. Hi ryoko861! We cut our hair on the hottest day. Since then, it has been very cool, at least for our area. LOL! Doesn't matter I love the airy feel that's going on in my head. Lets all the heat from the brain thinking to evaporate. :-)

  9. hello Su-sieee, i'm visiting from ed's. it is really the sweetest that your husband cuts your hair. when I was little, my grandfather cut my hair and even when I was in college, he cut my hair once. i am off to check your photos on the other blog. nice to meet you Su-sieee.

  10. Hi oceangirl! Right back at you. Nice to meet you. Glad to meet another one of Ed's fans. He has such a delicious way with words. The image of your grandfather cutting your hair as child, than as a college student is a delightful one.


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