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Post Number:#1 by knightss
» 25 Apr 2007, 21:40

(recreated this thread because it was deleted for some reason)

i got a raise
and i'm about to leave to get wasted because i turn 21 at 12 ;)
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Post Number:#2 by CollegeReader
» 25 Apr 2007, 21:55

Congratulations! I turned 21 earlier this month and it's been a blast ;)
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Post Number:#3 by DeletedUser
» 26 Apr 2007, 00:22

I cooked some Manwich sloppy joes for dinner. Added an onion to the mix and it was delicious. MMM Manwich! :D
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Post Number:#4 by sleepydumpling
» 26 Apr 2007, 03:40

I'm happy this thread is back!

Plus my oldest friend Dobs came over for a coffee today. I don't get to see him very often, so it's always a joy when I do.
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Post Number:#5 by awelker
» 26 Apr 2007, 13:51

hmmmm what made me happy today???????? i really don't know. i didn't do much mostly sat around and read. but i do that everyday.
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Post Number:#6 by sleepydumpling
» 26 Apr 2007, 21:47

I don't do it every day Alli, so I'm happy that I'm getting the opportunity to do it today!
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Post Number:#7 by sleepydumpling
» 26 Apr 2007, 22:10

Since we found the old thread, I thought I'd better reply to your posts...

Yes, I did say yes to the date. He's a nice guy, fun, intelligent and HAWT!

Dunno when it's happening to be exact though - he has equal custody of his three small children so he has to find out when he has them.

(See, that's what you get when you're over 30 and dating - family issues etc)
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Post Number:#8 by Rowan
» 27 Apr 2007, 08:25

I slept in a bit. Anything is better than 5 am!
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Post Number:#9 by awelker
» 28 Apr 2007, 23:36

today i got to lounge around all morning and read and then i had to go to work at 4. other than that my day was more or less perfect.
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Post Number:#10 by sleepydumpling
» 29 Apr 2007, 00:47

I've had a very mellow day today. I'm still enjoying the shopping I did yesterday, new dress (perfect for a date) and a pretty top.
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Post Number:#11 by DeletedUser
» 01 May 2007, 00:45

I kept really busy yesterday. It felt good to be busy and useful. Got a lot accomplished. Feelin' good about it. :-)
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Post Number:#12 by sleepydumpling
» 01 May 2007, 07:12

I wore a new dress today, and heaps of people complimented me on how nice I looked!

Ahhhhh....
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Post Number:#13 by notrorygilmore
» 01 May 2007, 22:45

I was happy today because it was a beautiful day for me to go outside and read. I took a blanket out behind my dorm and laid outside reading for a while. I hated that I had to come back inside to watch TV, but I have a paper due on Monday and my research is a survey I'm doing about TV shows. I guess that's what I get for taking a class titled Critical Analysis of Television. Then again, I'm also enrolled in a course titled Critical Analysis of Literary Studies. I guess then even each other out.

Oh, I was also happy today because I got to have spaghetti for dinner. My favorite!
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Post Number:#14 by sleepydumpling
» 02 May 2007, 07:09

Sounds like absolute bliss!! The day out reading, not the paper!

I had to give a presentation at work today, and it all went well. Woohoo!
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Post Number:#15 by CollegeReader
» 02 May 2007, 17:56

Well ... I have only one more final to take and then its summer vacation for me! The next four months will consist of lounging by the pool, reading and painting ... such bliss =) I will just pretend like I won't be working the other 40 hours a week, haha.
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