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Dear World Wide Web,
I miss you. I know you probably don't care--but there it is. I'm lonely for you and I was wondering if you felt the same. Is it possible that we could come to some sort of arrangement? I know you have a lot of other people vying for your attention I was just hoping I might be special. Do you miss me?

If you feel the same just give me a sign, something... anything to show me you notice me.

Forever Devoted,


Claire Wessel said…
If I posted something like that, my husband would turn off the internet connection when I wasn't looking and say "I think your sign arrived". The thing about the internet is that it will be there when you get back :)
Claire Wessel said…
okay, so I know you can't talk back or anything ON THE INTERNET but surely you could call me if you wanted :P There is this gal in Australia doing a goodies in the mail exchange thing. It's almost like having a pen pal, but with gifts! I thought it would be so much fun and since you love the pen pals as much as I do, I thought I'd give you the link :P

Sign-ups are until February 13th, so luckily your period of internet abstinence will be complete. Don't let the Sisters con you into this again. I don't think the internet could survive it.
Cari Hislop said…
I miss you! I think you're fantastic company and I enjoy reading your ramblings. I've been mentally off line a few days otherwise I would have told you sooner. I think I'm coming down with another cold, but at least I went to the dentist on Saturday (bad-pscyho-day) and had the x-rays and check-up (that was my birthday present). It cost about
80$ just to be told I have tooth that needs to be pulled...I could have told them that for nothing, but nevermind. I have an appointment to be tortured, but in the mean time...I think my stuggling immunce system is going to throw a few more tantrums and then hopefully 2010 will be a mega healthy year! Hope is free thank goodness!!! I hope your back is feeling better today!!!!!
cannwin said…
Thanks for all the support. I'm glad I'm not alone in the internet loving world.

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