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    Monday, November 29, 2004

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    claudia

    You forgot "I am very creative with language." and "I am an instigator."

    Just sayin'.

    Eilene

    Thank you for sharing yourself with us!!! ;-)

    Kim

    Oh Norma, you crack me up. If anyone dares to question #30, just send them my way, or towards any of us there in the family room that night at Rhinebeck! You're an information SPONGE! :)

    By the way--I've put my first item for sale on Ebay. It's just a USB cable, but I'm starting out small, yanno?

    Cassie

    Quite fascinating. A wee glimpse into the Magical Mind of Norma.

    Kerstin

    My blog has had a near death experience. Does that mean we have something in common? ;)

    Of course, I want to hear all about your childhood. For shrinking purposes, of course.

    Thanks for giving me a smile today.

    Susan

    Hmmm . . . now I don't have to make my own list; I can just "borrow" 50% of the things on your list. Unfortunately, my first plane trip was to Ohio when I was 19. Not quite as exciting as your first plane trip. But, we do share the same blood type and an inability to donate blood for the same reason. And, I'm completely on board with the "no chemicals on the lawn" thing. When we were kids, we ate dandelion salads ALL the time. I think it's an East Coast thing. We even planted two kinds of dandelions: the kind with the serrated leaves and the kind with the smooth edge leaves.

    Stephanie

    Seriously to the no-blood donating thing? If it's CJD then don't they care that you were a veg?
    I wrote my 100 things ages ago, but I'm too chicken to post it.

    Margene

    Hummmm...lots of food for thought. It's always great learning about your 'imaginary' friends. They don't seem so far away. You are an awesome person, Norma.

    Jenika

    Great list. Any chance you'll share your secret for remembering names? I'm horrible at it . . .

    Annie

    Okay, I'm shamelessly copying you in my blog entry today.

    Great list. You are a great person! :)

    Sharlene

    I keep thinking I should make a list too, because I always enjoy reading other people's lists. Then I think, well, maybe no one would be interested anyway!

    Ryan

    If only you knew how carefully and slowly I read and considered each one of the 101 items. This means either "I'm glad to have you for a friend and want to know more about you" or "Be afraid; be very afraid." I'll let you decide.

    Cassie

    You also forgot to mention the incorrigibility part.

    Julie

    Glad you did the list! And tell me, how did you learn to remember names? I'm awful with this (and spelling, and directions. . . )

    Mary Beth

    What a great list. As we have come to expect, you gave it your all! How did it feel to do that?

    chelsea

    Norma, fantastic list...!

    And the Rogue looks great (without sleeves is cool, but I am with everyone else--sleeve that babeee!) I will be swatching mine after Xmas. It's the only way I can make myself slow the hell down and get it right (oh, and enjoy the process of course, heh).

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