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January 25, 2006

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Vera

The wrap sweater is looking wonderful!

Leisel

I like to tape Lost, anyways, because then I have the option of rewinding and watching a spot again if I miss something important (and with Lost, I often do).

Pam

Your wrap sweater is looking good.
I plan my knitting around my TV shows too. lol

Sharon

Bron, before you go the route of a prescription sleep med, have you tried melatonin? I take a 3mg tablet every night just before bed. I read for 15 minutes or so, then work a crossword puzzle for a few minutes. My eyes droop over that puzzle, and I'm out. Been doing it for about 10 years now.

Marcia

I think powerful readings can give both your body and soul things to think about. Certainly can make it hard to sleep.

By the way, I tried to comment on a few posts recently (your other reading, included, and wrote a lengthy description of a recent, way cool reading I'd had recently.), and it never stuck. I hope I'm not banned or something!

Sweater looks good. I envy your knitting. I'm just studying these days, with the occasional blog cruise.

Marcia

And maybe some wine. Or something.

Bron

Thanks Vera & Pam regarding my sweater - I can't wait to get it finished! TV & Knitting - there's no better combination! hehehe

Marcia - You? Banned? Never! Can't imagine what was up - I'm SO sorry I missed your way cool reading description! And yes - you have a point. Psychic things tend to stir up the subconscious & make it difficult to sleep. Hopefully I'm at a calmer place now. :)

Bron

Leisel - I didn't even set up the tape for Lost - don't know if the kids taped it for me (they're still asleep.) I might be asking you for a few details today!

Leisel

Bron... I could do that, or, if you'll send me your mailing address, I'll send you my tape... I haven't recorded over it, and I already need to make a run to the post office.

Plus, Lost is so rich in details, reading a summary just never covers it.

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