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Thursday, June 12, 2003:

I wanted to post before I go out of town tomorrow, so that you guys don't think I just dropped off of the face of the earth. I need to say that I am very lucky to have the friends and family that I do, and while I don't mean to take them for granted or lessen what they mean to me I do want to say that I cannot wait to go to California so that I can forget everyone and everything out here for a few blissful days. It will be like leading a new life, if only for nearly a week. I will return on my birthday, call everyone and let them know I love and miss them (which will be genuine, despite what it sounds like from the comment I made above) look for a new job and get my ass in gear. The vacation is what I need right now in order to excape from the current pit I am in, I anticipate returning recharged, and I am looking forward to that as much as I am looking forward to the trip itself.

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And congrats to my nugget, who graduated high school today- no one means more to me than you do, and I am too proud to truly express myself. The best way I can put it is that, due to the fact I looked at you as more of a daughter than anything else for so many years, I hope my children are half the kid you've been. Thank you for everything.

QueenBee // 12:37 AM

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Monday, June 09, 2003:

So tonight I picked my friend Amber up and we went to a casino coffee shop for a bite to eat. After an hour and a half of causing a raucous at the restaurant we paid the tab and split, only to remember that her mother had asked her to pick up some bandages from Walgreens on our way back. We stopped off at the corner store and grabbed some, but once we got to the cashier she remembered she had spent her cash on the tip at dinner. She asked me to borrow some dough which I had left in my purse in the car, which was extra humiliating because I think we both thought the cashier, Ethan, was pretty cute. But I ran out anyway, brought her the money, and we headed on our way back to the car. She started laughing and said that the cashier had asked if I was single. She had told him that it was a complicated situation, but no, I was not available. I made the mistake of saying “Oh, but he was adorable!” She threw the Band-Aids on the passengers seat and disappeared back into the store, returning with a slip of paper with his phone number on it, of course. Other than ranting about how embarrassing she was I pretty much let it go at that point because I had no intention of calling him, but when I got home I took a look at the piece of paper she’d handed me. Printed on it was the intro to the Walgreens receipt for the cashier, it read “I’m ETHAN. I’m here to serve you with our 7 service basics” and he had printed his phone number below.

Now, I don’t know about you, but I don’t know many people who would turn down a man who offers them the “7 service basics” right off the bat…

I wonder if I should give him a call?

QueenBee // 1:05 AM

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