Every Christmas in elementary school teachers would pass out construction paper and scissors. Us students were then told to fold the paper in half and cut out the shape of a tree or an angel. Every year without fail someone would cut away just a little too much, leaving their sheet of paper unsalvageable. This was never anything to fret over because the teacher would always have a huge stack of extra paper on hand. It was as simple as tossing the chopped up angel in the trash and starting over with a new a sheet. Now, as an adult I've come the realization that way too much of my paper has been cut away. Try as I might, unfortunately my angel simply cannot be salvaged. My only alternative is to throw it away, only this time there won't be a new sheet waiting on me. Little by little I'm becoming ok with that. :dunno: Hello to all.