I borrowed a zany idea I saw on Carla Sonheim's blog...googling your first name preceded by an adverb. I had no idea I had toothless admirers, coupons for shoes, am exempt from writing stories, have no aptitude for diagnosing dehydration, and (sadly) disappeared into a mushroom cloud.
Next time you're avoiding actual work, try it!
Happily, Cindy received her Certificates of Occupancy and opened Dogma's doors in 2006!
Happily, Cindy is distinctly chilly towards him chasing after you.
Happily, Cindy and I will have our very own pair with the shoebuy.com coupons we used to save.
Happily, Cindy at the local branch said they were full of it.
Happily Cindy will continue as an ordinary member of the club.
Happily, Cindy is continuing as an NCPA member.
Happily Cindy will still be near enough to come to coffee occasionally and attend other events in the Department.
Someone smiles happily. Cindy disappears in a mushroom cloud.
As the ladies clapped their hands happily, Cindy said, “Uni and I are new so we don't have to do stories."
Happily, Cindy has fully recovered, they have a thriving business and their jewelry is available in 300 stores, including Saks and Barney's.
Zolov looked up happily Cindy! Cindy! Cindy! he cried out with a gleeful toothless smile.
Happily Cindy went up the stairs, and locked herself in the bathroom to celebrate the events of today.
Happily, Cindy mistook his distress for advanced dehydration and poured him a liberal cup.
Happily, Cindy said, "I will meet you at the bar."