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Department Of Youth
2007-02-15 - 9:32 a.m.
Short post today, folks.
First off, in the Oops, I Forgot Dept.:
I forgot to wish you all a happy Valentine's Day.
Yesterday was the first one in several years that I didn't have female companionship. It was...well, bittersweet, I guess. But time will heal, I believe.
In the You Gotta Be Kidding Dept.:
Ever wonder how blonde jokes started? Well...
Wonder what the doctor actually gave her...
Well, the plan today is to go to Disneyland and relax.
So, between the first two items and me getting to act like a kid again...we have today's title.
Aren't you glad you asked?
Be seeing you.
1 comments so far
Brin - 2007-02-15 12:36:30 -
You know the old saying: "Time heals all wounds." Personally, I also like the variation "Time wounds all heels."
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