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RE: RE: holiday decorating

Go tto say I am much more relaxed in a home that is lived in..... Know a
few folks who make me very uncomfortable... like I might wrinkle
something, drop something, or spill something and it would be the end of
the world to them....


> I've never seen a tombstone
> say - she kept a beautiful house. That's NOT what people remember
> you. People remember - you were kind, funny, articulate, creative,
> intelligent, compassionate, ecologically responsible, a good (fill in
> the blanks) friend,
> sister/brother/daughter/son/mother/father/husband/wife etc. THAT'S
> people love about you. Not how &^%$#@!! clean your house was. Oops,
> sorry about the soapbox. Stepping off now.
> xo - P

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