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Bad Day!

Feb 7th, 2011 | By | Category: Uncategorized

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This past Friday was an exceptionally bad day for me and my family.  Not only did I have to take my dad to the emergency room, but while we were there we received a phone call that my uncle was being rushed into the OR for an emergency bypass surgery – it ended up being quadruple!  They are both (relatively) fine now, though, and I ended up, surprisingly, having a very nice weekend after all was said and done, but because of those quite stressful extenuating circumstances, I was not able to write a post for today.  I will be back tomorrow, though, with a whole new blog, so until that time . . . Happy Stalking!  Smile

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  1. Fran says:

    Sorry to hear about your bad day… hope things stay better for a while

  2. Ashley says:

    Awww! So sorry to hear about the troubling times for your family :( Glad everyone is ok, hope things stay quiet & calm from here on out!

  3. Lavonna says:

    Glad to hear they are doing better!


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  1. […] As I mentioned in Monday’s post, despite my drama-filled day on Friday, this past weekend actually turned out to be pretty darn nice.  It all started with a Saturday morning stalking trip out to Studio City’s Aroma Coffee & Tea Company, which I had read about the previous week while doing some online research on the similarly-named Aroma Bakery & Café on Sunset Boulevard.  As it turns out, Aroma Coffee & Tea Company is a big-time celebrity hotspot and since I love all things having to do with coffee and celebrities, I was absolutely DYING to stalk the place!  So, bright and early Saturday morning I dragged the Grim Cheaper right on out there.  And let me tell you,  I pretty much fell in love with the place immediately upon walking through its front doors.  The full-service café is actually a former residence which owner Mark Gunsky transformed into a restaurant just about fifteen years ago.  And I have to say that the result of his work is quite possibly the most charming little café I have ever visited. […]

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