gotta blog this one. im 54 and ready to go to work. a little over bolus on the hyper this morning. my bad. so when do you guys think im ready to jump in this car and get on the freeway. maybe at 55. i killed a juicebox out of the fridge, just waiting my fifteen. know what, prolly just gonna down another and hop in the car. ok maybe i wont. but i will down another. its early. and i feel the low coming back...gotta treat. maybe I should just call in...

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Comment by Denise Armstrong on August 1, 2008 at 11:47am
Yep! I'm a thinkin you should just call in.
Comment by Tammi V on September 11, 2008 at 9:14pm
haha! i love this. I got so low one time i started throwing tomatoes and potatos in my pool to see if they would float, then I started balling my eyes out because my mom laughed at me. I have to admit, when I am low, I am way off my rocker!

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