i canät sleep in airports

turns out that the come and go/new and old energy of the airport keep my eyes closed but my brain awake. the floor sweepers, table movers, tile polishers, drill-weilding maintenance men, and heavy rain on a metal roof didn´t help my cause much. but the good news is that i met an amazing new friend who once took a year off school for a road trip….ran out of money in portland, so she got a job and then took off again when she had it saved back up…..nannies for “micheal bolton” in office space. she´s pretty dang neat, to say the least. and her dress was killer. i mean, if i had THAT dress even iiii might consider wearing it once in awhile! still no heels though. (she wasn´t wearing heels)

ok, BIG new blog coming soon. when internet isn´t 12 min per €. insanity i say. insanity.

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