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Whatever Is on My Mind
dreamingsquirel
Well, Christmas day has come again, and it's been a bitter-sweet day. I got to see the faces of my family, talk to them and hear their voices. But it could have been any other day, except everybody was playing nice to each other. This has been a totally unsatisfactory year filled with lots of valuable life lessons. I wish, wish so hard that it had been filled rather with incredible amount of happy moments. But that was soo not the case. But, there are a few people and many a things I have been grateful for, despite what a disgusting year it has been. My Auntie Jane has been beyond incredible, she has taken me in her home, supported me, giving me place to stay. I have never been more grateful to have a roof over my head as the moment I reached the place where my auntie was staying. But the most important person, the number one person I am thank-full to is my best friend, my sister, Jennifer. I don't know how I would have survived without her. Always listening, always supporting, always giving her infuriating, but always useful suggestions. I don't know why God blessed me with such a friend, but I will always be grateful to him for arranging us to be roommates at Sonoma State, who knew who how deep this friendship will grow... So thank you, thank you, thank you.....and a Merry Christmas to you girl...love you....lots....

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MERRY CHRISTMAS HON!

You had an okay time then with your family? Tell me more, por favor. *hee, it rhymes*

Christmas here was nice and mellow. Mom, Kris, and I cooked together. It was a lot of fun. We ended up just eating side dishes since the cornish hens wouldn't defrost, but they were deliscious.

Saw Dad. It was good. Just had a generally, very pleasant day.

Love you a lot,
JK.

ps. stop. I'm blushing. You're so sweet, honey.

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