Bit of a dry spell…or, Real life intrudes on Armitageworld!

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4 comments on “Bit of a dry spell…or, Real life intrudes on Armitageworld!

  1. katie70 says:

    Now if the roads in Wisconsin looked like that right now I would be a happy person. Snow covered and icey not fun, and now with temps in the deep freeze. Sat and froze in class tonight, then to a bone chilling car.

    I am with you on the very busy RL, and this time of year is very busy at the best of times.

    • obscura says:

      Oh, you must have gotten the worst of that storm…it satyed warm and rainy long enough to melt all the slush from Tuesday’s snowfall, so our riad were bone dry when the cold blast shot through….stay safe!

  2. guylty says:

    RL intruding *haha*. Should really be the other way around. December is always busiest. I kind of like it, even.

    • obscura says:

      You are right of course 馃檪 I LOVE RL “intrusions” like parties, concerts (son’s choir concert is Monday, daughter’s Christmas pageant is next Saturday, I’m ringing chimes and bells in the church Advent concert next Sunday) and time with friends (I’m weekending with my bestie in the “big” city – tonight we’re going to the thee-a-tah to see “A Kick in the Dickens”)

      The real intrusion is a gozillion student papers, finals and a deluge of “is there any extra credit?” emails supplementing the steady stream of new administrative atrocities coming down the pipe that are eating up any free time I usually have right now. Grrr!

      But I will emerge victorious!! 馃榾

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