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[Aug. 17th, 2007|07:52 am]
Mark Rimmell
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It's amazing how a few hours sleep can improve things. That and the large glass of wine Grish handed me last night ;-)

I'm feeling much better.

Have decided there are just two urgent jobs. the plan is to get them done by the end of August. Everything else will have to be put on the back burner to deal with the Cliff practical stuff. The emotional stuff will be harder to deal with.

I am also scheduling a few fun things to do for myself (because it's all about me!). I am off to The Grant Museum on Tuesday night with V.C.

...And come Hell or Highwater, I am going down to Cornwall next month for Sword Fest .

Thanks for the support. Texts, emails, comments and calls have really helped.
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From: lady_gaslight
2007-08-17 08:17 am (UTC)
Im glad you're feeling better.
Lack of sleep for too long + jetlag + serious worries = not pleasant.

SwordFest will do you the world of good.
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[User Picture]From: _hedgewytch_
2007-08-17 09:21 am (UTC)
little steps and reward yourself ;o) oh Sword Fest looks good!
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[User Picture]From: pvcdiva
2007-08-20 11:11 am (UTC)
We will be going to London the weekend of Sword Fest before heading out to Oz - this means our home is empty if you need a place to stay...
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[User Picture]From: markrimmell
2007-08-20 12:03 pm (UTC)
Wow! That's really good of you to offer :-)Really most chuffed, but I'm sorted thanks. Either in a tent, Bronze age roundhouse or if the weather's really crap in the bunk house (which gets my first vote really... no long walks with a torch in the night).

I must get you hairbrush back to you and I have a ton of fabric that needs turning into a dressing gown.

Have fun down-under.
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