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Oct. 5th, 2009 | 09:32 am

Dear My Life,
How are you? I'm okay. We've been living at my sister's house for awhile because our new old house is not done or near done or will be done any time soon. That's fun. Sister is very nice and they have a new new house with heat and soft carpet and a big large TV that plays pinocchio and Tom and Jerry and Mickey Mouse on demand. Heaven.
One day my husband had a birthday. It was last week. I got him a big mac to celebrate. With cheese. Does cheese come on a big mac? Did I make a fool of myself at the drive thru when I said "Big Mac with cheese?" Didn't think about it at the time, I just really wanted to surprise him with an extra special treat. With cheese.
Another day I took a shower.
And then another day we went to Thanksgiving Point and saw the new soil to market exhibit that is MORe than awesome. Plus there was a worm farm, some chocolate milk and baby rabbits.
None of these days had any writing. Except for the grocery list that was actually quite literary. I tried to show not tell.
Oh and I had an awesome interview with lovely friends Sara Zarr (New Book ONCE WAS LOST released on that very day!! Can't wait to read it) and Emily Wing Smith last Thursday. It will show up sometime in Salt Lake City Weekly. My hair was very sleek. 
I think that's almost all of everything.
I hope things are going well for you. Like you aren't so depressed that you wish you were rollerskating in hot pink sweat pants instead of scraping off wallpaper and being impatient with the people you love. I also hope you are eating healthy foods that are made with things like carrots.  Maybe we should get together soon for lunch or a swim or something.
Much Love and Marriage,
Ann Dee

P.S. Please attend to two year old who is crying that he has "a lot of boogers, Mommy. Get them, get them."
P.P.S. Remember how Debra Schubert has a blog and had an invited guest on her blog named Daisy Whitney and Daisy listed Everything is Fine as a part of her YA indoctrination list? Remember that? That was the best. Thanks Debra and Daisy. Do you want to come to lunch or for a swim too? Okay.

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Kathryn L. Gaglione

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from: gag01001
date: Oct. 5th, 2009 09:46 pm (UTC)

Ann Dee, you never fail to make me laugh. I hope you and your life get some quality time together soon.

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Debbie Schubert

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date: Oct. 5th, 2009 10:12 pm (UTC)

I'd love to come for lunch and a swim!! It was fun having Daisy guest blog. I'm so glad she picked your book as a YA Top 10! I wish you continued success along your journey. ;-)

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from: aprilhenry
date: Oct. 5th, 2009 11:50 pm (UTC)

You made me laugh. Thanks!

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from: kellyrfineman
date: Oct. 6th, 2009 01:34 am (UTC)

Love this post. You ought to be a writer.

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The Gab

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from: gab
date: Oct. 6th, 2009 05:00 am (UTC)

I LOVE the way you say everything. You're so funny. :) Glad things are going more or less well!

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