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Previous Entry I need more weekend, please May. 26th, 2009 @ 10:07 am Next Entry
I need at least another day in my long weekend, I think. Alas, I am at work. With bad hair and a slight limp and no breakfast.

Thanks to anyone who came out on Sunday. I had a really good time, and I hope I wasn't too annoying when I got to the chattering phase of my alchohol-induced crazy. I certainly needed yesterday at home. I was useless in the morning- got out of bed at a surprisingly reasonable hour, but then just sat unmoving for a very long time. It wasn't remotely as bad as The Great Hangover Of Boxing Day 2007, but it wasn't a lot of fun.

Around 1:30, though, I was suddenly ravenous, and once I got some food in me, I was happy again and able to move around comfortably. Not well enough to get to Cacie and Auggie's barbeque, unfortunately, but well enough to do some cleaning. I made great strides in the living room and dining room. Then Lacey and I spent the entire rest of the day watching a Bones marathon on TNT. This wasn't planned, but we just couldn't. turn. it. off. Oh, and I had managed to twist my ankle when I missed a step toward the end of the party, so I also spent most of the afternoon yesterday with a bag of frozen peas on my foot. Excitement!

Today is rainy and bleak, and no one wants to be here. At least we all know it's a short week.
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Date:May 26th, 2009 10:48 pm (UTC)
I missed all the parties, but I wanted to remind you of the one time you drunkenly said (because it was chilly outside) "I'm cold! Like the Hearted Snake!" And then everyone started singing "Cold Hearted Snake"

You probably don't remember that but it makes me giggle every time I think of it. :)
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Date:May 28th, 2009 02:47 pm (UTC)
That is a very silly story, and therefore I like it very much! I wonder what on earth led me to that particular connection.

Oh, wait, I know. It was alchohol.
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