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May 20, 2005


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OK, Frema baby... excellent blog on your moving experience and warding off the devil with a soothing CD when you found yourself alone in a strange hoosier land.

ACCIDENTS, ACCIDENTS, more car accidents. Just yesterday I rear-ended someone on an I-65 off-ramp returning home from SJC. Right after the woman stopped screaming at me we all hear a screech and a bang. Same type of accident happened while we waited for the cop to arrive. *sigh*

Dear . . . God . . . I forgot your name!

Moving can be a bipolar experience -- it's exciting to collect all your things and move them to a new and interesting place, but there inevitably comes a down point where you realize that
you no longer have your routine and the same support network.

Finding those things of life that define who you are and how you like to spend your time can help in getting settled in. It will be fun to find "your" new coffeeshop. Or your new favorite place to get those "girlie" drinks you like to get. Or your new favorite used bookstore. Or your new parish home, if you're into that. Or your new reading group, yoga class, cooking class, etc. etc.

Enjoy Indy!

Monkeyfacing medians?

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  • "The Lord is my helper,
    I will not be afraid.
    What can anyone do to me?"
    - Hebrews 13:6

    "The best way out is always through."
    - Robert Frost

    "Breathe, pray, be kind, stop grabbing."
    - Anne Lamott

    "Mere completion is a rather honorable achievement in its own right."
    - Liz Gilbert

    "When we tell our stories,
    we change the world."
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