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Sunday, May 15, 2005

The Beach Day That Wasn't (And Other Mutterings)

Marc and I went to have lunch with our friend Apinya and her friend David. We met them at the Barney's Beanery on Third Street and enjoyed the good food, music and interesting scenery (Apinya couldn't help herself and blurted out, "What is she wearing?" when a girl walked past looking like she didn't check the mirror before she stepped out of her place; of course, David and I whipped our heads around and looked so obvious when we checked her out).

The day started out sunny so we were dressed warm and we had planned to hit the beach after lunch. Well, when we finished lunch, there were goosebumps all over my arms, so we nixed the beach idea and hung out indoors instead.

Afterwards, I took my brother and grandmother to the 5:30pm mass in St. Monica's. We got home and I was ready to wind down when Ernest piped up, "Let's watch a movie!" So now my weekend that I thought was over turns out to still have something up its sleeve. Ernest and I are catching a late movie at the Promenade. Whew! I'm going to be wiped out tomorrow!

Not that it matters because I always feel wiped out when I go to work now. I'm on the exit lane in this job, I think. I'm waiting for the green light that a new job offer will provide, then I'm outta there. This job has its advantages, but I don't think it's for me after all.

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