Saturday, April 21, 2007

Mmm, smile and I never meant that.

1. When people in the office comments on how delicious your lunch smells. (Thank you Katie for letting me take the supper leftovers).

2. He-Who-Shall-Not-Be-Named smiling secretively about something.

3. Confronting an old friend with some of our early efforts at writing. 'This sounds as if it was translated from the Japanese by someone who doesn't speak much English.'

5 comments:

  1. i'm sorry i haven't been keeping up with your blog as faithfully as i had in the past. i'm really curious what place "he-who-shall-not-be-named" has in your life. friend? foe? i like that you like his secretive smile! ;)

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  2. 4. Enjoying eating that delicious smelling lunch. And it tastes better than it smells.

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  3. Though my heart is heavy from the worlds woes and especially atocities in the U. S. as you've read I'm sure, you take me away and I smile always - thank you for that beautiful 3 lady

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  4. Hi Molly -- HWSHNBN is a colleague who requested anonymity in 3BT. I don't know why. He sits next to me, so it's sort of hard to ignore him; and I strive for authenticity in this blog, so I refuse to not include him when he is beautiful.

    Sandy -- glad to be of service. I think of 3BT as a refuge from the woes of the world.

    Joe -- it was a very good lunch indeed.

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  5. i hate smelling other people's smells in the office including cooking and body smells

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