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April 06, 2006

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Yet another pair of gorgeous pictures of a pair of gorgeous cats!

I have rediscovered (with great pleasure I might add) the joy of really good music. A beloved friend gifted me at Christmas with a very old timie looking radio which is actually an AM/FM radio, CD player AND TURNTABLE (33-1/3, 45 and 78 rpm if you can believe it) and I have been enjoying music more than in many years!

Cleaning the house to Gloria Estefan is a singular experience - my cats find it most inconvenient because I'm so busy dancing around with the duster and the mops and so forth that occasionally a tail is in danger! Ergo - they hide under the dining room table, the only place they deem safe!

Reading a good book (I'm reading Oriana Fallaci's excellent new one) to the sound of a good violin concerto is soothing to a soul in need of refreshment after a busy week!

Have a good weekend y'all!

I got to your top post today and then had to jump off without reading more until now. I'm so glad the Simple OCR is working for you.

Except for the geek speak... which I'm sure put you right at ease *grin*... I didn't really have too much of an answer... Yay Brian!

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