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« Reply #28: December 06, 2007, 11:28:35 am »

I have a quill pen I often use to scratch out ideas when I’m having problems. Why the quill pen? I. like. the. sound. [hangs head] I’m weird.

Actually, I think that's a really neat idea.  But then I aspire to be a writer too when I grow up.  Cheesy

Wow, no caffeine at all? [looks down at coffee cup]

My hubby's another no-caffeiner.  His latest feat is getting all hyper--for hours--on a sample of Frappucino that couldn't have been more than one ounce.  He's also been known to do the same thing on green tea.  Green tea, people; there's practically no caffeine in it.  I think it's at least partially psychological, but whether physiological or psychological, the effect is real, so those of us who know him well keep him carefully away from anything remotely caffeinated.  (Fortunately, he's not a big chocolate person anyway.)

Holiday sweets time must suck for you.

There's lots of yummy non-chocolate holiday sweets, actually.  Smiley  Think pies especially, but also there are plenty of non-chocolate candies and cookies.  ...We ought to start a thread.  Maybe I'll go do that.  LOL

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