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From Twitter 02-28-2010 [Mar. 1st, 2010|03:01 am]
e_moon60

  • 08:43:52: New post up at http://www.speedofdark-thebook.com/blog/ about progress in M-'s first six weeks of college.
  • 08:46:29: New posts up at http://www.paksworld.com/blog/ and only 17 days until US release of new book.
  • 08:47:21: Going back to choir today. Can't find choir robe. Did I leave it at church? Don't remember. Gnah! Don't know music. ACK!
  • 15:29:32: New glasses make *amazing* difference in reading music!! Sang two unfamiliar anthems today with minimal rehearsal. Notes VISIBLE.
  • 15:30:18: Someone stole my new (paid for, my very own) choir robe. Found my old one and then stupidly left it at church. ARGH.
  • 15:44:25: Paksworld blog commenter says she found a copy of the UK edition on sale at a Waterstones in Manchester...first spotting (good spotting!.)

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[User Picture]From: ndozo
2010-03-01 03:23 pm (UTC)
What kind of lowlife steals a choir robe?!?
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[User Picture]From: e_moon60
2010-03-01 04:45 pm (UTC)
Some at least don't think of it as stealing. They're new. They see a robe that will fit them, and somebody says "Oh, she's not here" (or, since I'd told the director I would be gone for awhile, "She's not around right now, take that one.") When they're done, they're in a hurry...they drop the robe on the bench, or they hang it up in a rush, not on the same hanger. Next service, someone who forgot their robe at home needs a robe. They also borrow it. (This is why I normally take my robe home every time...that last Sunday, I wasn't feeling well and left without it...and then the stuff hit the fan and I wasn't there for a month.) Someone may notice it's a bit whiffy and take it home to wash--and then put their own label in it (I hadn't had my new robes long and I don't think I'd put my name *in* the robe yet--depending on the very labeled hanger to protect it if I left it between Sunday and Wednesday night practice.)

The church has some choir robes but some (including mine that disappeared) were purchased by choir members. Those who sing only occasionally don't buy robes...and are less likely to know that a robe on a particular labeled hanger belongs to someone privately.

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[User Picture]From: ndozo
2010-03-01 05:05 pm (UTC)
Ah. So maybe you can recover it? (If it hasn't been washed, you might be able to prove ownership with the aid of a bloodhound... [:)]
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