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  • September 30, 2008

    Your kids really are cute.

    If we’re going down, I want there to be plenty of booze.

  • October 1, 2008

    I’d invite you over for dinner at my place, but the price of gas to get here wouldn’t help your cause.  I’m sorry things look sucky.  But really, most kids would probably be thrilled with rocks and sticks to play with anyway.  Heck, give mine a trowel, dirt and space to run and they’re good.  Big boxes with leftover sewing stuff (lace, ribbon, felt, buttons, anything) go over well if I remember right.  You’re creative enough, you’ll be fine.

  • MariaV
    October 1, 2008

    You’re kids are beautiful. 

    I work across the street from the NYSE.  The media vultures are circling.  Hang in there.

  • October 1, 2008

    Your kids are adorable, and I hope this market turns around for all of us…we have a lot to lose and I totally get your obsession to the information.

    And I would totally enjoy eating fish tacos and wine regardless of the conversation wink

  • October 1, 2008

    Les - turn off the freaking news!!!  Somehow we’ll all survive this.

    The kids are adorable….

  • October 1, 2008

    LB looks so big and mature, all of a sudden.  They are both beautiful!

  • October 1, 2008

    Your kids are beautiful!

    I suppose there is an upside to being a military family, as long as their is a government there will be a paycheck.  I’m worried about this economic blip (thats my attempt at being positive…blip) but being solo parent and worrying about my dear crashing into a side of a mountain gives me other worry outlets. I suppose its helpful.

    I’m sure it will all work out for you, take deep breathes. And hit the wine. Hard. And turn on some E! tv. Really. No real news on that channel. : )

  • October 1, 2008

    Move here dammit.  Also, I blogged about this very thing last night.  It’s creepy how similar we are. 
    Makes me want to shout “I have a motherfucking twin in Seattle!!” 
    Course that would make me look stupid, eh?

  • October 1, 2008

    You got me laughing out loud again.
    The “cumin” and the “my kids are cute”
    You are hilarious!!!!!

  • October 1, 2008

    I will come to dinner at your house, and then we will turn on some trashy tv. Nothing of this ECONOMIC DOOM crap. I am tired of it and the election, and all. I am contemplating stabbing myself with a shrimp fork just to you know ease my misery. Here’s a plan, if things get bad, I have a spare room and a HUGE basement. We can finish the basement, and put the boys in the bunkbeds together, it will be a drive for Mr. Flinger to work, but hey! You’ll have a ROOF over your pretty little heads!

  • October 1, 2008

    Dude I’m totally all news all the time right now too. It’s like a weird soap opera I can’t turn off. Hopefully we’re not screwed, I’m cautiously optimistic that things will get resolved (OMG pleaes?) but still, frickin frack it’s nerve wracking.

    And yeah, the kids are totally adorable.

  • October 1, 2008

    I feel for you. I am not personally going through this as my husband and I are so far in debt that we will never be able to own anything. In fact, I am not quite sure if I own my daughter right now because I think I have been promising businesses children for electricity and food over the last few years.

    At any rate, I feel for you and I hope that something changes this “no-so-much as recession. We are not in a recession” recession.

  • October 1, 2008

    I’m just glad you’re back in my little blogosphere so we can all go down together!!

    btw, we had dinty moore for dinner last night…can’t afford SHIT anymore!!

  • October 2, 2008

    I am so freaking sorry. I have such anger about this situation. I think that Countrywide is EVIL and I am praying and hoping it turns around.

    I don’t have a mortgage and so I can only sympathize because we are renting BUT the plan to build my house has been moved indefinitely because there is NO WAY that we will be granted a new construction loan in this market.

    I love you.  I wish that I could have dinner with you. We’d have to eat something else though, because I don’t think my itty bitty fetus would have much fun with cumin. Hee!

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