Mar 18, 2002
When you're driving home at 6:15 A.M., you actually see the sun in the east. Even when you're bleary-eyed and afraid to catch your own reflection in the rearview mirror. It's been a long time since I saw the sun in that spot while driving anywhere. I'm glad I'm making new memories.
When you don't go to sleep until 7 A.M., it's hard to wake up before lunch. And even harder to make productive use of what little daylight is left
There is something funny about shredded wheat being used as a measuring device. But you had to be there.
There was a roundish old man carrying a bag of something. When I ran past him, I caught the scent of his perfume. It was nice.
My parents love slapstick comedy.
Everyone loves the girl who brings the crudité platter.
I can still sing relatively high notes.
I can still run a few miles and feel like a champ.
There are a few people left in the world who like me. But it seems their numbers are dwindling.
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