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06 September 2006 @ 09:52 am
Oh yeah! I left you all hanging, didn't I? Sorry.  
Yeah. Life. Health. Gets in the way of a lot, let me tell you.

First though...

Happy Birthday, fewthistle!

It's almost Autumn, when my Muse returns from her long, drunken Summer Hibernation and I think you and I, dear Few, need to start writing again. However, before that, you need to have some long, lovely shoe-shopping trips and whatever else might make your feminine sensibilities happy, because it is your birthday.

Have a wonderful day! And call me! We need to do dinner before I leave for Sin City again.

;)

As for the rest of the story regarding getting a hemiplegic migraine on my flight home from Vegas last month, basically, I was fine. I had trouble walking and I called my parents and Tiff to let them know what was going on (having a conversation with me while I am experiencing aphasia is rather like having a conversation with a Speak N' Spell). My parents met me at baggage claim with a wheelchair and other than having had to sit next to a 12-year-old idiot and her witch of a mother for that last flight, I was fine the next day after about 12 hours of sleep.

In the meantime, I am dealing with more health issues but nothing unusual or life-threatening. Just inconvenient and annoying, really.

And two weeks from today, I will be returning to Vegas for my long, wonderful, 20-day trip that will encompass my beautiful gf's birthday, which I hope to make one of her best yet. So far, so good, I think. I have already reserved a room at the Las Vegas Hilton for that night. You know, the hotel with the Star Trek: The Experience stuff in it? Yep. :D Total immersion geekiness. I can't wait.

Tiff already knows about that part of her birthday, so don't worry that I just spoiled something. LOL

I have more to talk about, I really do. But I'm going to pace myself.

Besides, I have things I should be doing.

Oh, like... work.

Love to you all!

Twoodles!

Erin
 
 
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