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Archive for December, 2010

OSBS Reunion @ Neilhaus | Vegas with the Girls | First Snowboarding Trip of the Season

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SF Giants | Jess’s Bday Wine Tasting | Halloween!!!

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DISNEY with Jess | PAD & New Job | Butterflies ❤

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Boreham Elopement | Last Night in LA | Rediscovering the Bay

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JULY 2010: Favorite Memories

Finishing the Bar Exam | Vegas with the Girls | MDMF 4th of July

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JANUARY – MAY 2010: FAVORITE MEMORIES

January 2010: Snowboarding in Tahoe on New Year’s | Mushy’s Bday in Vegas | My Birthday in Vegas

February 2010: Cousins in the Philippines | OSBS on June Mountain

March 2010: Cre’s Visit | Barrister’s Ball | Big Apple with Hansen & Justine

April 2010: Irvine Mud Run with the MUD PANSIES!!! | Girl Cousins Snowboarding @ Northstar | Girls Night Out Long Overdue

May 2010: Graduation!!! | Mom’s Birthday in Yosemite

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JUNE 2010 Favorite Memories

Tim McGraw Concert| Electric Daisy Carnival

 

 

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Thanks, Sheldon!

 

Chuck Norris wishes he were 73.

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“What though the radiance which was once so bright
Be now for ever taken from my sight,

Though nothing can bring back the hour
Of splendor in the grass, of glory in the flower;

We will grieve not, rather find
Strength in what remains behind…”

-William Wordsworth

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Apparently, I am:

The Too-Busy-To-Date-Dater: You are a procrastinator and you always pack your days so full that you can’t focus on love or do anything to find love.  Maybe it’s your career or children, but you need to be proactive to find love.  You need to make finding love a priority and make time.  Quit using the excuse of your busy schedule as a reason to avoid your personal life.  If you really liked someone, wouldn’t you make time for them, no matter how busy you are?

Sad. But true. If I did, would I? Or would I just be too caught up in my own thing to return text messages, phone calls and emails? Aahhh!

On the other hand, this message was brought to me via a matchmaker-type of ad, so really, they WANT me to make the time to find “love” so that they can make money off of making me feel like I need someone else to make me feel whole. Right?

I can’t decide if I’m being a realist or being jaded.

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