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(From my co-worker, V.)

1 box of devil's food chocolate cake mix
1 cup of flake coconut
1 cup to 1 1/2 cup chopped nuts
8 oz cream cheese (soften)
1 box powdered sugar
1 stick butter or margarine
1 t. (teaspoon) vanilla

Preheat oven 325 degrees. Spray oil or grease with oil an oblong 9" x 13" pan. Spread the coconut & pecans on bottom of pan. Mix cake mix per package directions and pour over pecans & coconut. Melt the butter in a bowl and then add cream cheese, vanilla, & powdered sugar and mix with an electric mixer. Spoon with a tablespoon over cake. Swirl with your spoon just a little once all cream cheese mixture is in the pan. Bake at 325 degrees for 50 minutes (no more, as the cream cheese mixture will become too dry). You may want to put a cookie sheet under your cooking pan in case the cake bubbles over a little (It hasn't happened to me). It will crater like an earthquake, but will taste great.

Computer: Okay, I've had enough of this crap.

What could cause a computer screen to flip back or forward to a previously-viewed webpage all on its own--and how can I make it STOP?

Do I need to reformat the C: drive? I'll do it, whatever it takes.

I can't even read my friends page without the screen going back and forth to other things.

Please help, someone!

Doctor Visit: It's been three weeks now that I've had this cough and excessive post-nasal drip. The cold is gone; the UTI is gone. I explained all of this to my doctor. She diagnosed a sinus infection and (thank God) gave me an antibiotic and a steroid.

Yea. Maybe this will take care of it, finally. The breath spasming and inability to speak a complete sentence without a cough somewhere in it have been driving me crazy.

Everyone knows having a crush at the office or in class can make the time pass a little bit quicker. Is it better to keep your crush a secret or tell them how you feel?

If you have to ask this question, you should not be working in an office.

Happy Birthday, Viv!

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