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accident [03 Jan 2004|04:51pm]
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Somehow, I posted the same journal entry twice, so if you read the first one for Saturday January 3rd, 2004. Ignore the other one. What an idiot I can be at some times.

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nostalgia [03 Jan 2004|03:42pm]
Thanks Gianna. She suggested that I get an online journal. Well, here it goes. It all started with me removing the @aol.com from a friend's name and typing it into a search engine for aol member's profiles and I was able to locate Gianna, a friend who went to Phillips Exeter Academy with me, online, so I IM her under my dad's screen name. We talked about a good three hours about what had been going on the past year or so. Oh, by the way, for those who don't know, PEA is where I went for my 11th grade summer in Exeter, NH. I stayed there for five weeks in a single room in Main Street dormitory. Up to this present day, I still proclaim it to be the greatest time of my life. Anyway, back to the former subject, I discovered that alot of Exonians(peeps who went to Exeter) stopped e-mailing and started IMing each other. I asked her for the SNs of everyone she talked to and as she typed each name to me, my heart got light and these flood of emotions coursed through my veins. Nostalgia popped me in the gut hard as fuck. So I might as well bring this up and get it out of the way since I'm talking about Exeter. At Exeter, I met this girl named Hermalyn Truax whom I called my Apache princess. She was this girl of Apache heritage from Fort Apache, Arizona who was somewhat athletic, liked to take pictures, had long, straight black hair that stopped at her waist and really cute in my opinion. To make a long story short, let's just say that once I went back home I discovered that she left an imprint on my heart and it took some months for me to get back to my original self. Since I got back home from college, I've been mainly catching up with old friends from high school and New Hampshire. Been discovering good news and bad news. Some are pregnant, others are doing nothing with their lives and being lazy, a few are working and going to school and a select number are failing. Regardless, whether it's good news or bad news, it's great to hear from them.
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nostalgia [03 Jan 2004|03:42pm]
Thanks Gianna. She suggested that I get an online journal. Well, here it goes. It all started with me removing the @aol.com from a friend's name and typing it into a search engine for aol member's profiles and I was able to locate Gianna, a friend who went to Phillips Exeter Academy with me, online, so I IM her under my dad's screen name. We talked about a good three hours about what had been going on the past year or so. Oh, by the way, for those who don't know, PEA is where I went for my 11th grade summer in Exeter, NH. I stayed there for five weeks in a single room in Main Street dormitory. Up to this present day, I still proclaim it to be the greatest time of my life. Anyway, back to the former subject, I discovered that alot of Exonians(peeps who went to Exeter) stopped e-mailing and started IMing each other. I asked her for the SNs of everyone she talked to and as she typed each name to me, my heart got light and these flood of emotions coursed through my veins. Nostalgia popped me in the gut hard as fuck. So I might as well bring this up and get it out of the way since I'm talking about Exeter. At Exeter, I met this girl named Hermalyn Truax whom I called my Apache princess. She was this girl of Apache heritage from Fort Apache, Arizona who was somewhat athletic, liked to take pictures, had long, straight black hair that stopped at her waist and really cute in my opinion. To make a long story short, let's just say that once I went back home I discovered that she left an imprint on my heart and it took some months for me to get back to my original self. Since I got back home from college, I've been mainly catching up with old friends from high school and New Hampshire. Been discovering good news and bad news. Some are pregnant, others are doing nothing with their lives and being lazy, a few are working and going to school and a select number are failing. Regardless, whether it's good news or bad news, it's great to hear from them.
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