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I recently got to spend a couple days back home in Florida with my family. It was a nice mini-vacay, that went by entirely too fast if you ask me. It was much needed rest, and I even got to start back working on my manuscript. I need to finish that thing before this year is out, which has gone by extrememely fast! I think I got dropped from doing my Medical classes again, and if I have to redo my financial aid packet, FORGET IT! I am going to go to school for what I want to do, and not what people think is a good idea for me to go to school for. I need to go to school for what makes me happy.




I wish I wasn't too lazy and uncaring to care about fashion. I don't even think I really have a style. If it fits, and I happen to like it, I will wear it. I don't really go out seeking a certain style, I just pick up and wear what I like. I would like to try new things, though. My favorite season is coming into affect, and I finally get to wear this cute dress that has been hanging around in my closet the entire Summer. I'm excited!

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