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And a webcomic that I follow that is created by two friends of mine, two of the characters that I ship on there will be reunited very soon and I’m pretty giddy about that as well.
I’m such a romantic sap…
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Today was a good day. Mom and I went downtown and there was a small art festival going on. It was really cool. We have a larger one in the spring, which is really cool.
There was a guy there that was selling oil lamps made from rocks and geodes. Some of the rocks were called rainbow rocks from out west. Pretty cool looking. I wish we'd have gotten his card because both mom and I would've gotten one had we enough
Mom stopped into an antique shop and found a couple of wedding pictures from the Thirties. She bought them and is now trying to track down who the family is to eventually return them. It's kind of exciting! Luckily there was a name and date on the back.
I've been watching a lot of The Office seasons 4 and 5 on my computer via Netflix online. Pretty awesome! I still wanna buy them eventually, but until I get some more money I have to wait it out. Next I wanna see if they have season 2 of Big Bang Theory...
Oh, and for the record, Jim and Pam are still totally adorable and I look forward to the wedding next week! *squee*
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