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Monday, March 22, 2004

Dear Blogistanis


I thought I'd write y'all a letter to let you know how things are going. We've put away most of the boxes and clutter, but the house is still not ship-shape. This may have something to do with the oven in the middle of the living room floor. I might be happy to have an oven in the living room, seeing as how baking and lounging could be a great combination. You could be sitting on the sofa, and then you just reach over to the oven and pull out a tray of fresh cookies. But since we still don't have the gas in our house hooked up, the oven in the living room isn't all that much fun.

Today is actually Day 8 in the new house, and for all it's downs (notice how I left out the ups) it's been a learning experience. Never take basic utilities for granted. And, never tip a seven-foot wardrobe until you know what's on top of it. There could be something hard and pointy on top, like the carpenter's measuring tape. And when you tip the wardrobe it could come sliding down at terminal velocity and then bang into something soft, like your head. And then you could get a purple welt on your forehead, just like mine.

But basically we’re doing ok. We’ve learned a lot of things, like how to make scrambled eggs in the microwave, and how to turn an old kool-aid container into a sea-worthy teakettle that can be nuked for ten minutes. We’ve learned that restaurant food every day makes you feel fat, and that we’re better off microwaving Chinese noodles in pyrex loaf pan for twenty-five minutes instead.

Well, it’s time to go now. I’ve got work in fifteen minutes and have to cut this letter short. Hope you guys are doing good, and don’t forget to write back!


Sensei Abez
#321 Clutter Street
Sector Eek 14/-1
Isloo, Pk


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