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Dumb week ahead.

I go through phases where I am lonely and hope someone visits, but no one does or I want to sit in my house and suffer in silence and have no one visit, then everyone does. Last week was one of those weeks. I had intended to stay at home for the week and school in my pajamas all day, but it didn't happen that way. Everyone visited included the ones where when you see them at the door you ask in your head, why are you even here I haven't seen you for MONTHS?

This upcoming week is a busy one for everyone, especially my Mum who over committed herself to a cause that I'm not sure is going to benefit anyone but the hungry on Friday night. Quick trip to Auckland and back mid-week and I'll be very glad when it's Saturday.

Searched for something on YouTube to cheer me up tonight. I started with cats and cucumbers to drunk Russians fighting to Justins Biebers new album to NFL bad lip readings ending with Bindi Irwin dancing the tango.

It was a pretty fantastic tango I must say.

I'd love to wake up tomorrow and it be Saturday the 28th. It's a chips and salsa kinda night.

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