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  • Saturday, July 21, 2007
    I think this is okay ....
    I had a super-successful productive day yesterday. I got through everything I wanted to, and thensome. I was working right up until midnight. I read through the February 2007 essay questions (all 10, which I found on the internet during the whole lawsuit media flurry, and liked having all 10 questions together to give myself a sense of the package deal) and felt okay - I didn't think I would have gotten a perfect score on all of them, but I think I understood what the issues were, and could have talked some for each.

    Then today, we got up a little before 8. We went to our gyms. We came home, we showered. We walked up to town and went to our bank to sever our accounts (joint from individual) on our ATM cards, and changed our pin #s to be Euro-compliant. We went to an Indian food buffet, which was DELICIOUS. We went to the Gap, b/c I would like more skirts that I can just throw on to walk around town, and all my old ones fall off. We walked home slowly, stopping at Radio Shack to look for electricity converters for Europe. We talked, we enjoyed the 72 degree weather.

    I did not freak out. I did not start twitching. I did not get upset.

    It's now 1:30, and I'm about to head into my office/bar-study room/ kids' bedroom.

    Do I feel guilty?


    Do I feel refreshed and ready to be productive?


    Do I, momentarily, feel like a healthy, well-rounded, able to carry on a conversation sort of person?


    So no ... I don't feel guilty.

    p.s. Feeling normal again also makes me miss my kids :( I really would like some snuggle time with them. I saw clothes in Gap Kids that would look great on them.

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