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Jennifer E. Thomas
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It's almost like there are these periods where our relationship is smooth and steady, and then there are times when it's like standing on the edge of this gorgeous, wonderful waterfall and just letting yourself drop, knowing that there's a safe pool of water ready to catch you at bottom. You take the plunge and you're in wayyyy over your head, but oh man, it's exhilarating, it's breathtaking, it's just incredible and you feel better than you ever have before and the water is cool and refreshing and exactly what you needed.

Sam is my waterfall.

- LJ entry from 8/2005


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Jennifer E. Thomas [userpic]

2008-08-27 20:23:12
pool-72-70-84-68.bstnma.east.verizon.net Boston Massachusetts United States MSIE (7.0) Windows XP



Can't keep away, can you? I'm glad to know you're actively following my life. :) Gives me a big warm fuzzy. :) Feel free to say HI in comments. :D

Haven't you found a life yet? You say you have no daughters, so why not just ignore us, you pathetic crone?

And you really should install Firefox. MSIE is easily infected with viruses and malicious web page code. Google about it. That's just a word of advice to protect your investment, and something that anybody with half a brain knows very well.

PS: I would avoid taking your MSIE browser to my personal website. You don't know if I have malicious code targeted at MSIE 7 there.

Where the hell am I?: Not Boston!
Borderline symptom of the day: amusedamused

Hi, I'm not logged in, but it's me...how do you know who the IP belongs to?

Me who? Not Janice, as she only visited once today after I set it up. :)

As to how I know it's her? Email headers compared to the IP from Boston that accessed my LJ today. Perfect match.

Ahh, I know who you are. Yeah, I have assloads of email from her, and on at least two of them, the IP is an exact match for the one from Boston that hit my LJ today.

I'm not sure entirely how this matters. I guess that having a "virtual" relationship is better than none. I hope she understands that "virtually" nothing in my journal is about my real life. I'm far deeper than that, plus I've learned the art of restraint when it comes to posting about my life.

I post what I want, when I want, and if she or anybody else dislikes what I have to say, that's their issue. Nobody forcing 'em to read, you know?

These days? I feel sorry for her. I'm still raging pissed off, but I'm sorry for her. She's a trainwreck, and always will be, because she refuses to admit that she may be in the wrong about ANYTHING. So be it.

Meanwhile, how are YOU? Left you a voicemail last night. Good to hear about the house stuff.

The house stuff gets better. We just got back from the public adjuster and it would seem that the insurance company is on the hook for a larger payout to us. There was a letter confirming what I had requested, as well as other points to support it. They also really screwed up on some paperwork: we had re-fi'ed in September '02, and they were notified of it. There is correspondence from them showing it, but when we reviewed the policy just after the fire, they had neglected to change it on our file. The older copies of the policy show the old mortgage company, then our present one, and then (for some odd reason) the old one again, even though our paper is stilled held by the newer one. Go figure.

This is good news indeed. :)

In other news, I'm about to start up making rag dolls again. I did a lot of it when Amy was a baby and made a few bucks doing it, and I've always liked it, so I'm going to do again.

Maybe I'll make one for you to put on a shelf in a guest room. :)

Ok I just got your message this morning. I was home, but was walking Abbie, and the answering machine is no more, it goes straight to voice mail which doesn't blink at me (plus it was almost 10PM! You do realize I am usually sawing logs by about 10:30?) :)