Sounds like you had a real blast, but I can definitely see how it might be even more fun with just you and your sis. Let me know when you're coming back, and I'll see if I can think up a few more ideas. :)
I suppose now that I've left for a long time, again, and returned, yet again, I feel obliged to keep up our grand tradition of calling you something disparaging about Illinois, and reluctantly asking how superfluouslyyou have been?
Thank you for quenching my curiosity. I hope that it doesn't bother you that I find it quite humorous. Although I believe you intended it to be. I too have found that making fun of one's own quirks and flaws helps us to ease the anxiety that surrounds them. However, making light of one's anxiety to help relieve one's anxiety could possibly open up a vortex much like the inner chasm of a super massive black hole bending both time and space. LOL
Please feel free to send a message if at any time you would like to chat.
Hope things are going well for you. All this rain has got to stop! The deluge on Memorial Day was way too much. The River is up again and will likely overtop its banks if we get the storms forcasted later this week and throughout the weekend. Grrr. Have a nice day, this may be the only one this week!
Oh, and if it makes any difference...I dont think you are superfluous. Wish I could read what your icon says under anxiety girl though. LOL I'll bet you would look adorable in your superhero getup! :bigsmile:
Hi neighbor. I live in Quincy, IL right along the Mississippi River (which is flooded right now). Thank goodness that Quincy is safe though. With the exception of one street along the river, our entire small city of 45,000 is located on the bluff overlooking the river.