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A Jumble of Stuff

Because of my going out to dinner with another woman, or a woman other than Her at any rate, I didn't watch Enterprise last night so I can't tell you what I thought of it. (Not that anyone cares. Truthfully, I don't.)

Going out to eat was as fun as I thought it would be. Tracy and I haven't a chance to talk much of late. We tried messing with her boyfriend's alcohol-hazed brain by telling him she was going out with a another man but he guess it was me immediately. So? I can be dangerous! (Ah, who the hell am I kidding...) I had red wine. Why? I don't know. I prefer white. Leftovers, yay!

I thought about the consequences of going out with Tracy in my plan to tell Her my feelings because I'm like that. Do you tell a woman before, which is no longer an option, or after you go out to dinner with another woman? As I said, it's too late now but in future?

Watched Forrest Gump last night. That movie is so good. Tell me why I don't own it? I had forgotten that Haley Joel Osmett was in it.

While doing so, I was IMed by Smonkess who I went to St. Joe's with. (I previously referred to her here as Jackie O.) I hadn't talked with her in months. She has her culinary degree and works at a restaurant in Vermont. She also showed me picture of her boyfriend and has been accepted at Brown. She's not sure what she wants to do there though. (This is typical of her.)

Watched the last 20 minutes of Billy Elliot and Saturday Night Live with Her and others. Two things occurred. She cried which is so like my mother. (Actually, I've noticed this before and have even mentioned it to my mother.) The second thing is she apparently loves the band T-Rex which is my uncle's current obsession. (I like them too.) These two things have led me to believe she would fit in my family so well. My question is: why can't I just focus on the first step of finding out if there's chance of anything between us before I look at larger ramifications?


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