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T minus...uh...2 hours and 55 minutes to 2008

In a car for 6 hours, waiting for sumone outside a bank for 1 1/2 hours, meals twice in 2 hours at the same restaurant with two different gals...stuck in a jam for 2 hours...stuck in a train with 3 million people and sweating for 1 hours....home blogging about the new year eve...new year countdown that I wont go too...wastedddddddd...
Happies Nu Years...Tuuuuu-oooo---oooo---yate.

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Miladysa said…
Two different gals?!

;]
Ghost Particle said…
yesh two cousins :D
...was the weirdest day...had to send one cousin to the bank, and took another to lunch...then the lunch cousin had to go see her client (was a working day yesterday)....so didnt eat much jst drank...then the other cousin came from the bank so took her to late late lunch at the same place. sigh...

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