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by ysoldateague August 23, 2006

sorry for the lack of posting. I’ve been taking photos and uploading them, but actually writing anything to go alongside said photos has been another matter. I’ve been ill, and busy. Which is never a great combination. But, I’m going away for a few days, first to sit around knitting and reading, and to walk on the beach. Then on Saturday I’m going to Aberdeen for a friend’s 40th birthday funeral and wake. Perhaps needless to say these are my uber goth friends. It’s a great excuse to wear my a la beetlejuice funeral hat and something from my black lacy cocktail dress collection. I’ll be back next week, hopefully feeling better and more rested and more able to focus on something for more than 5 minutes without getting panicky and anxious about what else I should be doing.

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