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I'm sitting here at work, surrounded by stacks of envelopes and papers, desperately scouring my mind for other things I can use as writing samples. The application process for graduate school has given me more acne, gray hairs, and wrinkles than I care to admit. What in the world happens if I actually get in?

And honestly, when will he open his eyes and realize that it's ME who left him that note? It's almost Christmas. Shouldn't that jackass wish me a Merry Christmas back? I have a better relationship with the FedEx guy than I do the love of my life.

Where is the justice?

I just finished The Ultimate Final Checklist Ever OMG(tm) and it doesn't seem as daunting as it should. There's just a lot of money involved in this application process. Damn them and their money.

We won't think about the tuition just yet.

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"When I write, I feel like an armless, legless man with a crayon in his mouth." - Kurt Vonnegut


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The following comments are for "The madness of Jo"
by madrigals

just an idea...
Maybe you should ditch this so-called "love of [your] life" and take a good, long, serious look at the FedEx guy. : ) (Do they ever wear shorts?)

Merry Christmas!

( Posted by: LinnieRed [Member] On: December 22, 2004 )

The questionable love...
The love of my life? Don't even know his name. The FedEx guy is looking better and better.

And yes, he does wear shorts when it's warm. He has a wicked tat on the back of his calf. Ruff.

Merry Christmas to you too!

( Posted by: madrigals [Member] On: December 22, 2004 )

The Madness of Jo
First off, Jo you're not insane! :0)
Second, this got me in the funny bone!
Thanks,
D47

( Posted by: Dfortyseven [Member] On: April 21, 2005 )





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