Tuesday, March 27, 2007


Unless you've been told different, the autographs are in the mail. And when I say "in the mail," I really mean "in the mail." I'm only clarifying that because the phrase "in the mail" can mean many different things. For instance, when I tell my creditors it's "in the mail," that can either mean "how did you get past my caller ID?" or that it's "not in the mail," but in most cases, both.


Blogger Gina said...

You're not a director, you're an enabler. (Well, you're both, actually. :-) ) Thanks for being so thoughtful.

11:45 AM  

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