An exasperated sigh follows

I suppose I should tell how my reunion went.  The dinner was fine, I got to see people I haven’t seen in ages, and I paced my beers too fast, having to leave about 11 from not feeling too well.  But it wasn’t the total disaster I thought it would be, which is good.  It seems Marc is right, though, about how being a loner all through high school doesn’t make the thoughts of reunions all that exciting.Yeah, it’s cool some people are getting married and having kids, etc., but I’ve always felt that I’ve been out of the loop ever since graduation.  Some of my classmates wanted to catch up, but conversations didn’t last beyond that.

It’s not really a relief that this three-day weekend is almost over.  It just went by too fast.  At least tomorrow I don’t have to go in until 8, becasue Larry will have to leave early and I’ll have to close up.

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