[oxfordgamers] Re: Suzanne

Suzanne,

Take my advise, get a cool dress, the groom in a tie, invite any who will
make it and head to the nearest court, get married then hit a cool local bar
for the party. It worked for me and Sanson and was virtually headache free.

Just my 2 cents worth,

Andrea
----- Original Message -----
From: "Suzanne Jackowski" <suzarooney@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <oxfordgamers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, April 10, 2002 11:47 AM
Subject: [oxfordgamers] Re: Suzanne


>
> If only.  It's actually so much more boring.  Here's
> the real list:
>
> 1.  Working on the yard.  Digging, pulling, pushing,
> squishing, coddling, dragging, and watering.  I spend
> 1-2 hours on it every nice evening, and more on nice
> weekend days.  If I may say so, the parts of the
> garden that are done are stunning, and my hamstrings
> have never been so loose.  Just call me Martha.
> 2.  Working on the house.  This is really reserved for
> rainy days and nighttime, but we are currently working
> on some built-in storage and other interior
> architectural features.  In the process, we are
> managing to collect more power tools than Norm Abrams.
> 3.  Trying to get Bryan to give up the idea of
> building another house.  The one I'm in is arguably
> too small for two of us plus our crap, but as spoiled
> American consumers, any place would quickly become too
> small.  Hell, Bill Gates is adding an addition on to
> his 66,000sf house!  Mostly, Bryan really just wants a
> shorter commute and something we can call 'ours'
> instead of 'Suzanne's', and I really am just SO, SO
> sick of making the big decisions, fighting with lowsy
> builders (you guys have no idea how lucky you are to
> have M/I up there!) and I'm SO, SO sick of moving.
> Besides, I love this house.
> 4.  Planning a pool.  This is a little sticky since #3
> above is not totally resolved, but I expect I'll get
> my way ;)
> 5.  Avoiding the wedding thing.  I'm torn between
> getting married in the aforementioned garden or going
> to Vegas.  Vegas weddings can be cheap, but are
> invariably tacky, Vegas receptions are not at all
> cheap, and since all my relatives on both sides love
> Las Vegas, they will all show up.  On the other hand,
> if we do it in my yard, it means my yard has to
> finished, the weather has to be good, and there are a
> lot more vendors to choose.  I think Bryan would
> prefer we just go down to the court house, and I'm
> starting to agree.  We'll just have the big party when
> we get to it.
> 6.  Working for Microsoft, as little as possible.
> 7.  Thinking about my 5-year plan.  I hope it won't
> involve Microsoft and if I can give up my love of
> money, it may not even involve computers.
> 8.  Hanging with our very small set of friends.
> 9.  Learning to play bridge.
> 10.  Teasing Bryan for his very unfortunate
> spur-of-the-moment 'it was in the clearance rack' DVD
> purchases, the latest of which is Highlander II.  It
> was really kind of hilarious.  Unlike Solaris (which
> he has NOT brought home, thank God).
>
> --- Mike Chambers <mikethequick@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> > Here are some possibilities:
> >
> > 1. Building a new house
> > 2. Welding steer horns onto the hood of her SUV
> > 3. Secretly enjoying her own copy of "Solaris" on
> > DVD
> > 4. Dodging twisters
> > 5. Buying naming rights to a stadium
> > 6. Singing a Gershwin tune
> > 7. Wearing PJs
> > 8. Rolling around in her giant vault of frequent
> > flyer
> > miles like Scrooge McDuck
> > 9. Documenting the paranormal activity in her
> > neighborhood
> > 10. Building yet another new house
> >
> > --- John Phillips
> > <phillips@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > >
> > >   So, has anyone other than me wondered what's
> > going
> > > on with Suzanne right
> > > now?
> > > John
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > Pessimism, when you get used to it, is just as
> > > agreeable as optimism.
> > > Indeed, I think it must be more agreeable, must
> > have
> > > a more real savor,
> > > than optimism - from the way in which pessimists
> > > abandon themselves to it.
> > >
> > > Arnold Bennett(1867-1931)
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> >
> >
> > =====
> > For every action, there is an equal and opposite
> > malfunction.
> >
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