Wow, you've really mastered the power of positive giving-up.

Cordelia ,'End of Days'


If the Apocalypse Comes, Beep Me

Birth, death, illness, new job, vacation...if it's happening to you and you want us to know about it, post it here. These threads are intended for announcements only. Want to offer sympathy or congratulations, or talk about anything? Take it to Natter. Any natter here will be deleted.


vw bug - Sep 23, 2002 9:03:20 am PDT #22 of 5578
MARRIED!!!

I'm still banning myself from the board, but I stopped by to see how many messages I was behind on. Woah! I sure better get my school work done soon. I've got a lot of posts to catch up on (3,500 in natter alone).

I did want to stop by also, though, and let everyone know WE ARE IN OUR HOUSE!!!! YAY!!!! It only took two days to unload the truck, as opposed to the four days it took to load it. The house is beautiful and amazing. My room is actually quite huge. We have a lot of unpacking still to do, but it will finish eventually.

I got to meet a bunch of the area Buffistas Friday night for the Firefly premier. Everyone is so wonderful. I was telling my parents what a great time I had, and my dad said, "You know, you are really blessed to have found this internet group before we moved. I think they have made this move so much easier for you, and they sound like great people." I can't wait until the Buffy premier tomorow night at Victor's house.

I miss you all. I should be done with this class by Friday, and then I'll be back.


Hil R. - Sep 23, 2002 9:48:30 am PDT #23 of 5578
Sometimes I think I might just move up to Vermont, open a bookstore or a vegan restaurant. Adam Schlesinger, z''l

I just took the GREs. 660 verbal, 800 quantitative, 800 analytic.


Lyra Jane - Sep 23, 2002 6:28:08 pm PDT #24 of 5578
Up with the sun

I'm back from my honeymoon. Montreal is a wonderful city, and the wedding went perfectly. Now I just need to get used to this "work" thing again...


CaBil - Sep 23, 2002 7:19:50 pm PDT #25 of 5578
Remember, remember/the fifth of November/the Gunpowder Treason and Plot/I see no reason/Why Gunpowder Treason/Should ever be forgot.

Just heard from EstherS, folks. She's doing okay and wishes everyone a Happy New Home!


Java cat - Sep 23, 2002 7:20:34 pm PDT #26 of 5578
Not javachik

Many thanks to all Buffistas for their hugs and good vibes re my dear sister's car accident on her vacation. It worked!

DS returned home from Colorado last Friday, and is doing well. She has to wear a clamshell brace for 2.5-3 months, even to shower, until the vertabrae heals. That's a drag but still, not bad given the Thelma and Louise circumstances.

Mutual friend SG and I did a commando construction project at DS's house Sat. and power-augered & concreted fence posts for a hand rail down steep steps to DS's house, which we will finish this coming weekend.

Rec'd the police report over the weekend. The car was airborne 34 feet over the imbankment to point of impact, then slid another 16 feet before stopping. Amazing. The Hertz rental 4-door Kia Spectra is totalled. Yay air bags.

Thanks again.


Jen - Sep 23, 2002 10:10:31 pm PDT #27 of 5578
love's a dream you enter though I shake and shake and shake you

Update on my health: No bad news this time, just a request for vibes of the calming variety Tuesday at noon. I've got my first appointment with the MS specialist, and I'll likely do such momentous things as choose a treatment option, learn what all this brainstem madness is really about, and hear whether or not I can go back to weightlifting again or if I'm relegated to low-intensity exercise. Wish me a clear head.


Susan W. - Sep 23, 2002 11:41:37 pm PDT #28 of 5578
Good Trouble and Righteous Fights

I now have two first interviews this week. On Thursday I have the one I mentioned on Natter, where the HR person from the employer that strung me along for half the summer is now with a different organization and remembered my name. The second one will probably be on Wednesday afternoon--they left me a voicemail, and I need to call tomorrow morning and confirm the time.

Job vibes appreciated.....


Steph L. - Sep 24, 2002 7:02:04 am PDT #29 of 5578
I'd sign away my trust fund / I would even sell the Jag / if I could spend my misspent youth / with Andrew in drag

My writing/film event (second one on the page -- "Back to Cool on Calhoun," and no, I didn't have any say in the cheesy name) is tonight. Eeeeep. Eeeeep. Eeeeep.

I'm wired. And excited and nervous. I read my piece early, around 7:15-7:30. So any Calm Yet Performance-y vibes would be appreciated.


Erin G. - Sep 24, 2002 9:08:13 am PDT #30 of 5578
Average everyday sane/psycho supergoddess

Hi, all. I'm not DEAD!

Always a good thing. I've been dark for the past couple of weeks because (a) a 4 day hiatus from work due to a killer sinus infection, paired with (b) the fact that I discontinued my home access due to economic cutbacks (gee, I sound JUST LIKE my university!!), and (c) the fact that my work schedule has been the busiest ever, and for the past two weeks, I've come home at about 7:30, and passed out by 9:30.

Trudy, I got your package; it saved my life and I feel like an ass for not taking the time to write and say getoutgetoutGETOUT!! No, wait: thankyouthankyouTHANKYOU! You are so nice.

So I'm not dark, but I'm gloomy. And only have 8-5 access. But I missed you all, and hey, new Buffy!

(StompyFootita, I didn't want this lost in Natter. Thanks.)


Fred Pete - Sep 24, 2002 10:02:30 am PDT #31 of 5578
Ann, that's a ferret.

30 seconds I shouldn't be taking --

I'll be pretty dark this week. Emergency project at work. Hope to watch premiere tonight.

'Bye! See you when I can!