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Doll is using his birthday gift daily. He even made me one and I most definitely not a smoothie enthusiast. Turns out, I am now.







In other airhead news, as I prepared to make my baked macaroni ala pepperoni and spinach, dum dum over here began to whip together sauce in the preferred/only pasta cooking pot she has presently. Um, it would totally help to cook your elbows first so you have said macaroni for said baked deliciousness. My sauce started to come out especially good just as I noticed too. I wasn't about to toss out fabulously churned and blended cheese. When life hands you unboiled pasta, improvise:




I met up with an old friend over le weekend. It was absolutely wonderful. We talked, we caught up, and we laughed. It was everything an old friend meetup should be. Oh and we ate delicious deli food. Superb. It was nice to remember times, moments, people, ourselves. It's easy to forget who you were at that time. Not in a bad way, but in the way of you grow up, you change, you develop a life of your own. In 8-10 years, I have absolutely evolved. I also have so much more evolution to experience. It is so good to reflect.

My friend and I were very close in high school and we had so much fun together during this chapter of our lives. We had a big group of people and we were all friends, and friends of friends. My class, one of the early 2000's, was a fun class. We were good, trouble loving, good at heart kids. I feel like high school friends are in a league of their own. You learn so many things in high school and mostly its from your friends. The one thing I learned from my closest HS pals so, so many times was to laugh. Laugh at life, at each other, at stupid moments, fights, disagreements, everything. I laugh all the time still. That's a good thing to be able to say. The inhabitants of the world can use more laughter. If you're in need of any, start with a hind sight perspective and get the giggles. Enjoy!

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Meggie

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