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Friday, January 25, 2008

Yippee-kai-yay!!!

Today Ron got the long-awaited letter from the CBR and........ he is declared unlimited fit to drive a truck!!! He can go to the cityhall and renew his driver's license for all categories he had before. Woohoo!!! *happy dance* :-D
The odds this would happen were very little (because of his burn-out and depression, and European legislation), but we kept the faith and won! If I ever doubted whether magic works, that's over now.

10 comments:

  1. Congretulations! Wellllll.... I told you that it was going to be a heavy, but very strong ritual. If the odds were 99% we beated them with the single 1%!!!!!
    For me it was several years ago that I performed such a heavy ritual, and, well, to be honest, in the beginning I wasn't sure of my magical powers... Still didn't lose them, and that's a releave for me!!!! Take care world! I'm back, and more powerfull then ever! The Phoenix arised from the flames!

    Wonder!aka Evert!

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  2. I am so pleased (and relieved) to read this Tink. I am sure it is a huge load off of your mind and heart.

    Blessed be

    Mama Kelly

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  3. Saw you at zenmommas,loved your kitty icon and thought I would pop over to say hi!.Nice to see some more "eclectic" ladies out there.


    Merry meet and merry part
    And merry meet again...soon ;)

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  4. What great news - I'm so happy for both of you!

    So then I wish you a lovely week ahead :-)

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  5. congrats on the drivers licence.

    It's wonderful to find another pagan blog out on the web. It seems everywhere I turn there is another Christian Mothers Blog

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  6. Randilin - I've noticed that Christian stay-at-home moms seem to turn to blogging as a way of preventing complete insanity from taking over. And some of them even blog with the pagans - I have to say that really cracks me up.

    Tink - I'm so glad everything worked out for you and your husband. My husband is bipolar and when he's down he is hard-pressed to walk down the aisle at his job without gouging himself on the sharp edges of the shelving. He avoids driving because of that. However, your husband sounds recovered enough to drive, and I know how impossible it would be to convince officials that he's now functioning and capable if it ever got established on his work record that he couldn't drive. So glad your ritual worked so very well.

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  7. Oh Tink, I am very pleased that this has worked for the good of your family. It is wonderful that daddy will be drivng the lorry again! I can see him doing it already! it is good to keep the faith about these things...much purrrs from snowy Washington from Miss Peach

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  8. Congratulations! Very happy news indeed!

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  9. Happy dance here too! Ron rocks. ;-)

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