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Re: What are people looking forward to? linkadge

Posted by karen_kay on January 3, 2007, at 9:52:20

In reply to What are people looking forward to?, posted by linkadge on January 2, 2007, at 14:09:30

i'm looking forward to lots of stuff.

may 7th: my son's first birthday! looking forward to him crawling, walking, getting a job (and charging him rent!). learning to talk (he's well on his way already!) crawling. being healthy and happy. i can't wait for him to gain even more personality (and boy does he have a lot of personality. i don't know where he gets it!)

i'm looking forward to my secodn anniversary (april 1). and everyday with my husband (seems like everyday is christmas with him. i always have fresh flowers and just little presents every day of the year.)

looking forward to some good songs on my ipod (any suggestions?)

my birthday this year (july 2, in case you guys wanna send me something. i'd really look forward to a car, but i guess cash will work (no less than hundreds please.)

my husband's birthday is coming up in january. looking forward to getting him something really good (maybe a banjo? that is my favorite instrument and i know he'd love to learn to play.)

gosh, what else am i looking forward to? another perfect year with my wonderful family. another year of continuous babbling (yeah, you guys can look forward to that too!). mr bob making me breakfast in bed (this time, the eggs need to be cooked propery mr bob! trying to make me sick or what?)

lots more stuff to look forward to. especially always beign younger than all done. also, my husband always being younger than i!

one more thing: learning what anhedonic means.




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