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Monday morning wake up

Whoa mama! I'm back at work and the kid is back at school today. I thought that this morning was going to be hairy, but the Goddess blessed us with a hassle free morning.

I did write up a short list of hopes for 2009 at Work it, Mom!

And as usual, here is a list of my AWEARNESS posts that you might have missed over the holidays:
As always, comments at both sites are very much appreciated! AWEARNESS now has a system where you don't have to register to leave a comment. Easy!

OK, back to the grind...


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