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Fridays are the best

After a long week, I plan to spend the day in my pajamas. I am not getting dress or doing anything. I plan to make some significant headway in the new Stephen King book and straighten up my room. I may go for a run later today. But today is about what makes Silly Girl happy.

Yesterday was one of the best days for me. I did a story on this automotive testing facility being built near here. The ceo, who's from England and has awesome accent, took me for a ride on the ride course in his BMW at speeds up to 90 mph. I love my job. Then afterwards, I was allowed to climb up onto the roof to take some pictures. I think I am finally coming back down from that amazing high.

Last night, I went out after work with some co-workers and friends for wings and drinks. I did a lemon shot and had a bunch of terakyi wings. I stepped outside of my comfort zone by eating in front of others and socializing. I had a really great time. I plan to do this more often. In fact, I am attending church tomorrow with a lady I met while covering some events. So I am trying to be more social and less isolated.

Daily Dose

1. Double stuff oreos and milk are pretty good for breakfast.

2. Having time to properly plan and cook lunch for myself.

3. The excitement is starting to build for the season premiere of Lost. I love this show and can't wait to see how it will end.


  1. Good for you for stepping outside your comfort zone and socializing/eating with others. It's great that you had a good time. I think experiences like that just build positive momentum :)


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