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December 25, 2006

Christmas 2006, Take One

Meeeeerrrrry Christmas, everyone! Hope this finds you all well, wherever you are. I, I will remind you, am still in Boulder. Alone in my own apartment listening to the radio, which frequently treats me to a nice Christmas song. I have water on for tea and a big stack of books beside me—sketchbooks, journals, novels, how-tos, a dictionary. Because that’s the kind of dork I am. Not my usual Christmas, but I'm over my Christmas expectations and I feel pretty good about it right now.

Tim made us all brunch, I drove home, and then to really get my day going proceeded to take a nap in the warm sun directed right at my living room futon. I haven’t left the apartment since then, except for trips to the laundry room downstairs. That’s right, I’m doing laundry on Christmas day. So? I even contemplated working, but brushed that thought aside. Instead, I've talked to a few friends to wish them Merry Christmas and have done a bit of reading and have updated this silly blog on storm stuff.

This is what the sky looked like tonight:

Hope all have had a lovely Christmas holiday.

I'd like to especially send a Merry Merry to my Antarctic friends, if any are reading this, because I failed to send a greeting out ahead of time. I love and think of you guys, especially at this time of year. Hope you've had a good one. Warm thoughts.

Posted by beth at December 25, 2006 4:00 AM

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Merry Christmas, Beth! Very sad but also sort of relaxing sounding to boot... Anyhow, here's hoping we see you for New Year's Eve!

Posted by: Michael Burton at December 26, 2006 7:18 PM

I second Michael's sentiment! 'Cause I'll be there! Wouldn't that be cool, Beth, to hang out for another NYE?! Hope to see you there.

Posted by: Michael Valliant at December 27, 2006 12:05 AM

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