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A Few Thoughts to Pass the Time

I'm sitting at the library, my new hang out besides random coffee shops. Class isn't for another 2 hours and I've finished all my homework. There's a guy running across holding his pants up and rush hour is just setting in.

I never realized how weird Minnesotians actually are until I saw American Idol last night. They were doing auditions in Minneapolis, which Randy liked to call Minnehopeless. I thought it was just the culinary students that we're weird at my school, but no it's the whole state. The majority of the people that I know here are not actually from Minnesota, only one that truely is seems ok to me. Maybe I'm just like them but I don't want to admit it.

School is alright. It keeps me busy. I like that some classes only have 10 students. Everyone in my Nutrition class eats healthy and reads the ingredient list but me. At least I get to take home everything I make in my baking class.



Summer seems so far away. I need to find a place to live before it comes. I'm thinking someplace downtown or near it so I can walk to school. I think I'm learning to become more independent, without realizing it I've always counted on someone else. It's kind of scary but I seem to be handling it ok.

Work is low on pay roll which means I'm the one that gets cut, meaning I get out of work early or I don't have to come in at all. I only work 3 days a week, how much less can they give me? I really hope my loan comes soon.

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Comments

Alison said…
Hey you! I did quit Xanga. It's seen better days. Sounds like you're doing really well. That picture of you is great. Take care.
Anonymous said…
Do you have any bowling allies around, we should go bowling. I really am craving some minneapolis rite now. That picture is a knee-slapper.
Wholeheartedly,
Blake The Roman
Anonymous said…
To bad Blake can't drive...he would go visit you with me! I just looked at Chelsea's pictures and she has one with Blake in it and I for some reason thought of "Hey guys, you night-night, me cho-cho". HA,HA!! Good times! I love the picture of you in your outfit...thats priceless. I hope your doing good and that the coffee shops are treatin' you well! have a lovely day and I miss you!
Anonymous said…
How cute!
Anonymous said…
Good words.

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