Contrary to popular belief, YES, things DO disappear into thin air.

Like, say, the YEARBOOK FILE off my hard drive.

Weeks of work are gone. It hurts to type that.

If you had to be around me today you would have wanted to run and hide. I’m doing everything I can not to scream and cry and get mad about it. Although I’ve tasted some of that already today and had to apologize for it this evening. No reason to go back for more.

Let’s just get a fresh start, shall we?

Here’s to “extra practice” using Adobe InDesign.

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~ by hthr on March 16, 2010.

One Response to “Contrary to popular belief, YES, things DO disappear into thin air.”

  1. […] church is flooded. I'm not feeling extra optimistic about this. If nothing else, it will be like the yearbook file that disappeared. Consider the first round "practice". We'll […]

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