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January 15, 2005


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Oh Frema,
In many ways, you are the most grown-up person that I know. If you figure the money thing out (and you will), you will be way ahead of many of the so-called Adults that I know.

I remember thinking as a child that when I reached adulthood that I would not make any more mistakes and never cry ... at least not cry about silly things. However, here I am at 58 still making ridiculous errors in judgment and sometimes crying at the drop of a hat.

I guess that we are in real trouble when we do not learn from past mistakes. Here is to fewer mistakes for us all.

Interesting how your last post was anti-SatC but the last line in this post (the coulda, woulda, shoulda part) is the theme for another episode of the show in the same season, and-- I think-- only one or two episodes apart from the one that you hated.

Maybe in my obsessive absorption of all that is Sex and the City, I'm the only one who finds that interesting.

Oh well.

Actually, it's from THE episode I hated. Ironic, isn't it?

I still love the show, by the way - I just realized I never want to be that kind of woman. In other words, I never want to be a Carrie or Samantha. Miranda has redeemed herself, and Charlotte's pretty harmless.

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