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Just some thoughts (thank wine)

Ten thoughts. Please share your own, even if you don’t have ten.

1) I’m from Colorado and I do like beer, but the past few days in California have reminded me I really do prefer beer.

2) tonight I went to a really nice restaurant in town, and it’s been the first time since I was here in town that as a white lady I’ve been in the racial majority. It’s made men confront some things in myself, even if I’m still not quite sure what they are...i think they are important.

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3) Apparently the smell of rotting seaweed is to beach people what the smell of the spring thaw is to me.

4) why are men? I thought I was just having a nice chat with the guys sitting next to me at the bar...until the guy with a wedding ring gave me his room number.

5) Too bad he had a wedding ring.. Because the wine and men I’ve been talking to have made me realize how much I want some good sex.

6) my ex-boyfriend/ complicated situation who died a few year ago’s mom just got in touch with me. I’m always glad to hear from her.... But it also always sends me into a weird mental place. I feel like I need to talk to someone, hit it is also a hard thing to try and discuss with outside people.

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7) I kind of have a crush on one of my friends. But, I’m not physically attracted to them at all, so... I don’t know.

9) My calorie tracking app was pleased my margarita had a lot of Vitamin C and my chocolate cake helped me reach my protein goals. I appreciate the positivity! I will miss vacation eating....especially since my whole “healthy eating and exercising”, isn’t showing any sort of fnclear results yet. I know it takes time, but I want something... More energy, better fitting clothes, workouts being asked er... Something!

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10) I know the roots are patriaeand misogynistic, but there is something nice about being on an Air Force Base and all the clear rules about who goes through a door first, who goes in line first, etc. I don’t like the imbalace, but I like clear protocol that avoids confusion and people dancing around trying to figure out who goes first, who holds the door, etc.

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