Don’t Mind the Gap

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  1. I could maybe do the no starting at the mole–but not if there is a long hair growing out of it. I know because I’ve been in that situation before!

  2. lime says:

    it’s that last bit of advice the rest hinges upon.

  3. kmkat says:

    That would be a challenge, with or without the cute sidekick.

  4. sweffing says:

    Just caught up with your new address and back posts. The one about Virginia moved me immensely: both the subject and the manner in which it was written. In fact I found tears in my eyes for all the right reasons!
    They say friendship is an art: you and Virginia, and Kirsten, seem to have it in spadefuls. I send all my best wishes to V. for many more good months with Kirsten, and to you that you have mores wonderful visits together.

  5. Choochoo says:

    ah, yeah… I would be staring at the tablecloth and trying reeeally hard not to throw the word “mole” into my sentences by mistake.

  6. Over-looking oddities is key.

  7. Jazz says:

    The mole would definitely do me in.

  8. Pearl says:

    Finally got through! Whew! Why did I have such a hard time getting to your blog? Whyyyyy?

    I’ve added you to my blogroll, where I will never be without your (new) site again.

    Pearl

  9. chlost says:

    Ah, but perhaps she is looking at your mole-free face,and finding it equally difficult not to stare.

    A cute sidekick needs no translation.

  10. Monica says:

    moles and such can get you all cross-eyed, no wonder cutie-pie had to rub his eyes…

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