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Hmmm. SO I don’t have to work tomorrow!!!! It’s Saturday and I don’t have to work! Now then there is the minor issue of senior pictures. Does anyone know where we are supposed to go for that? I mean do we go to the school? or to some dark lair of unfathomable evil/photography? It didn’t say on the sheet I was given. That or I didn’t look that hard, which is a very conceivable possibility. Meh.

So now I was thinking about post cards. Now post cards are the most silly and wonderful things. They only give you enough space to write say… 3, 4 sentences. So you can’t really say anything at all. Then again if you send a post card you are not obligated to say any more than 3 to 4 sentences, and you can just get that yay-I-sent-a-card thing going for you. You see I found in my stash of things some very… interesting post cards. heheh… I think I’ll send them to Brian over the next 6 months. I wonder where I put my even stranger ones. The ones with googly eyes all over them…

I saw David at Publix today! He got loads of yogurt, probably for his shady yogurt purposes. Hi! It just made my day.

See you when I see you, PEACE!

5 Comments

  1. softsmile wrote:

    yogurt CAN be scary.

    Saturday, July 17, 2004 at 3:37 AM | Permalink
  2. Anonymous wrote:

    Hey! My yogurt is a vital part of my nutrition, because buying that protein powder stuff for shakes is bloody expensive. And yogurt has 10g of protein per serving, zero fat, and wonderful taste. So, ye who oogled me at Emily’s graduation party (you know who you are) cannot complain about my yogurt habits. Although, I suppose preparing myself for a career as a special operations officer in the USAF is a bit nefarious…

    When we took the graduation pictures, it was definately in a secluded hive of villany (the scum had not yet arrived, although I’m sure they got there right after I left). For proof, look at my yearbook picture. And then realize that that was the best picture they took. But anyway, it was at Bryn-Allen (sp?), which is off of GA-120 and Powers Ferry, I believe.

    And I’d actually been meaning to visit you at Publix one of these days, but I never knew which one you worked in. I knew you lived near me, but I live in the epicenter of 3 of the bloody stores. But yes, it was good to see you as well. I was actually down in that shopping center again around 2000 for dinner at Taco Bell, but figured it’d be creepy dropping in again in the same day. But we should chat a little and catch up before I leave for CO.

    –Knutzen

    Saturday, July 17, 2004 at 1:52 PM | Permalink
  3. admin wrote:

    indeed. We should hang.

    you and your yogurt purposes!

    Saturday, July 17, 2004 at 4:29 PM | Permalink
  4. tornprince wrote:

    Yogurt and oogling. Sounds like a winning combination to me! ^__^

    Saturday, July 17, 2004 at 9:29 PM | Permalink
  5. Anonymous wrote:

    Cool. Name a day. I leave for CO Aug 2 or so.

    –Knutzen

    Sunday, July 18, 2004 at 2:04 PM | Permalink

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