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Tuesday, August 17, 2004 Midlife celebration
Today I felt like spitting out my amygdalae, and I still am. I almost did not go to Derek's class because I was not sure I could handle it. Then M.A. came up for a minute after his work-out and I guess I was shamed into action and ended up almost running to get to the class in time. The wonderful thing is that I had a fantastic time, as I always do. I was there, dancing away, and thinking that if this is what a midlife crisis is like, bring it on! So many interesting people out there. So many great things to try. So much fun to be had. So here I am, on a high again.
Bryan (that's how he spells his name) wrote me an e-mail today. We are definitely going out on the town again - soon.
Then Annie called. We are going out for a drink tomorrow after work, either by ourselves or in a group happy hour. She seems to have matured so much in these last years. She is a very bright (and beautiful) girl and she seems to have exchanged a lot of her previous animosity for a much sweeter attitude.
I'd really like to be able to sleep before 3 AM ... 11:49 PM
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