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Are movers supposed to say BLIMEY every time they lift a box? I am not sure.
And the best is, I don't think they have quite realized yet that they are supposed to get the mattress down two flights of winding stairs as well...
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Thanks for the quirk alert. Of all drupal oddities that's certainly one of the odder ones... In fact, it might even be more of a browser hangup than a drupal bug. (I wouldn't be completely surprised if it went away after the next browser restart.)
Either way thanks for the pointer. I'll put it on my ever growing list of Drupal things that need investigating.
& very nice photos. You really do look happy crossing the finish line!
Drupal quirk alert: when I'm typing in the comments and I use backspace it takes me out of the comment box and back to the home page. (except that now it doesn't.) Okay. How about drupal randomly boots me out of the comment box and back to the home page. Back in Madison now, with reliable internet. W00t! Ann
I think it looks like a crowd fleeing a fire, and I asked Bill, who hadn't read the entry, what he thought the people were doing, and he said "marching". I'll take your word about the itty-bitty running shorts....
Runner's low sounds a bit like what bikers call "the bonk" or "bonking." Basically, your blood sugar drops so low that you feel like you can barely move your bike, and eventually you faint or fall over. Steve Wragg saw someone do this at the end of the day on the AIDSRide --- the guy got off his bike, took a couple of steps and hit the ground.
Since when does running a marathon count as "leisure"? (Actually, Richard would agree with you.) If you are going to be a lady of leisure I think you need to start tatting, or doing decoupage, or at the very least, knitting.
If you must run a marathon, remember that ladies wear white gloves when they go outside in the sun. A fetching straw hat would be nice, too.