Oddities and successes Wednesday March 30, 2005, 2 comments

A strange thing occurred last night. Continuing my madness, I can safely say I’ve found the third of nine, the most difficult yet.I suspect the search will become more and more involved and complicated, but with every success, more and more worth it.

Finding the third wasn’t the oddity however. It was in discovering that I’d already found the elusive tenth years ago. Color me stunned. Learning this definitely changed my plans, but not nearly as much as one would have suspected.

In any case, I fully intend to locate the remaining six. Each one drives me to find the next, and each is a greater challenge than the one before. Each is special in it’s own way, and I am beginning to understand that all are more important to me than I ever dreamed.

I shall continue to report my progress in this space, so be sure to watch.


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K Wednesday March 30, 2005


really interesting that you found the first 3 that fast…

adrian Wednesday March 30, 2005


yeah, but it’s getting harder. At least I know how to look now.

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