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February 05, 2009


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Mark Geduldig-Yatrofsky

O. K., what's a "meme"?


Apparently I still have a nose for news. Just found out I'm not the only one who chose today to write about 25 Things. Today it's also in USA Today.http://www.usatoday.com/life/lifestyle/2009-02-04-facebook-25random_N.htm
and the New York Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/05/fashion/05things.html?_r=1&em
Also Mark, A meme is a piece of cultural information passed from one person to another. I was clueless until recently,too, and I had to ask someone under 25 how to pronounce it. Like seem.


He's a country boy, your V.


That's a great list. You are a lucky woman.


Not really surprised, but "V" just completes the picture of a really special family. It seems that you have been respecting his privacy up to this point but thank you (and V) for this glimpse.


Never thought of V as a "country boy" but maybe that explains all the differences since I'm a city girl--and yes I am lucky. Among all the other things, V is totally willing to trust me about privacy. He was out of town and didn't even see this list until after I posted it. I have to confess I could never have done the same thing for him.


Darryle - I love your 25 things about your husband! It was truly interesting to read, even though I've never met him. Maybe I'll do this about my husband, Steve, on Facebooks, instead of myself, which I think would be more interesting to my friends too...

What is a snuggle?


I think everyone who has husbands or wives should do it. We'd all learn a lot.
BTW A snuggie is one of those blankets with sleeves. AKA a slankie. He's been living in it lately.

Nursing top

Cool..what an informing list?...like that!

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