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Gypsy Fun

Sunday, December 10, 2006

It's Gypsy Fun day. If you are unable to come to our little get together, you can still enjoy an evening of Gypsy Fun.

Light some candles, pour yourself a glass of red wine, and plan an evening of entertainment.

Here are some links to some "fun stuff" that you can do:

... I am so sorry to do this to you, but this post has been moved. I have a new website,, and The Prosperity Project is currently in the process of moving in over there. Here's a link to this particular post: Gypsy Fun Day


shirley said...

Well, I was unable to make it to the get together because my "moving mountains" ordeal with the waterline break unfolded exactly like the "moving mountains" spell.

It took way longer than expected. I did not have the right tools. And at the end there was more left undone than I had hoped for.

I do, however, have water and that is really nice.

I think I am going to have to go back and redo the moving mountains spell. Only this time I am going to give myself plenty of time, I am going to use real dirt instead of potting soil and a real sieve instead of a collander, and I am going to work it until ALL of it is through the seive instead of stopping with about 1/4 of it still not sifted.

So that was an interesting lesson for me. And I really felt bad to miss the get together. It was very disappointing to me. I did, however, drown my sorrows in a significant amount of red wine.

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