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December 31, 2003

happy new year!

OK folks, just one more holiday and you can relax for real. You can make it, you really can.

My brain's a little fuzzy today, my throat's a little raw, I'm a little tired, as I think I'm a little sick. Great, just in time for the main hedonist holiday of the year. My gurl Seamus got us tix for the VIP lounge right behind the DJ booth tonight at Nation. It should be fun. However, grampaw is keeping an open mind tonight as to my options should this cold-thingy get worse: a.) just drop off Seamus at the club and call it a night; b.) go to club, say "wooo-hooo!" when the clock strikes 12, then immediately leave; c.) stay a little longer and only drink orange juice; d.) get totally cracked out of my gourd and dance until 4am.

It'll all depend on how I feel, how crowded it is, and how obnoxious the people are and all that. We shall see. I'm gonna nap the afternoon away and play Civ of course.

As for the Year In Review...I'm not feeling too deep right now, but I had a good year. I handled unemployment and hating my last job pretty well, and I have a good job now. Life is good. Let's hope for no new surprises next year. I wanna coast for a while.

Posted by jimbo at December 31, 2003 2:29 PM

Comments

Hey stud, if you're gonna drink, have some whiskey and lemon cause it's good for what ails ya! mom use to give it to me when I was sick as a kid (just a tiny bit) - actually I think it just kills all sickness and numbs you out. Never mind, this is really bad advice. Continue as you were.

Posted by: Jake at December 31, 2003 2:32 PM

a little bit of coasting after a turbulent year can be a very good thing. you've earned it. get over your cold soon, and have a great evening! Happy New Year!!

Posted by: Todd at December 31, 2003 6:24 PM

Happy New Year! Coasting is good. Things are back on track for you. No reason to just sit still for a while and enjoy what comes your way.

Posted by: Bubba at January 1, 2004 2:58 PM

wishing you all the best for the new year Jumbo

Posted by: Andy at January 2, 2004 12:35 PM