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Hee, hee...that's exactly what I do, only I type my thoughts at work (makes me look busy), save it to a disk, and then download it when I get home. I use one of those single disk cases because I've ruined a couple of them by throwing them in my purse.


Once you put everything on the disk, you could always stick it right into your purse before bed, that way it'll be in there already :D

Barbara V.

Ah, Lisa. I am not a blogger, but I do write a good many letters, from which I save copies that serve nicely as my memories. When I cannot write, I am in sad shape. I believe in the DSL fairy, and will say a little prayer that the DSL folks get movin' your way really soon. After all, what's blogging in the free world if you aren't free to blog? Smiles to you and sunshine in your heart.


Its hard to believe that not too long ago we didn't even have DSL. How did we ever live without it? Here's hoping you get back on line soon.

But in the time being, doing the rebel every now and then is good for one's soul. Really!


WAHHHHH!!! I miss you... hoping the DSL fairy shows up soon...

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