December 01, 2003

*sigh*

Well, it didn't work this time.... Ah well. I'm not sure what happened, exactly, but I suppose it was something like trying to lay down tracks for a train while sitting on the cowcatcher, and eventually I just ran out of rails....

I may be able to salvage something from it, but it didn't hold me all the way through the way it did last year.

Such is life. Anyone make it? From the lack of entries here, I'm guessing that success was a fleeting thing in '03....

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