you must have seen her dancing in the sand

i think they’ve really missed me here at work. in my last meeting they let me swear, vent, and generally crab about people. they also let me run the meeting, which never ever happens.

even shawn the graphicsboy came and rubbed my back and asked me how i was.

i wonder how long i can get away with this. probably not long, i know how these people work.

i’ve decided that half my problem is that i don’t get touched enough. if i just had someone who would rub on me or hug me everyday, i’d do much much better.

i miss you.

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  1. heather 22.Sep.03 at 5:06 pm

    i miss you, too. =)

  2. dainec 22.Sep.03 at 10:00 pm

    You are so right… human touch is way important. When I was in college (about 100 years ago) I decided that I would give 15 hugs a day. The neat thing is that it meant I also got 15 hugs a day back.

    I became known as a person who hugged a lot. And you know what? People loved it. I hugged all my roommates every night before bed.

    I kind of doubt I would be able to get away with all that indiscriminate hugging now that I’m a grown-up with a job and everything, but who knows. You’re younger than me – maybe you should give it a try.

    You can be the Hugging Bandit! Or the Hugmeister.

  3. Charles 22.Sep.03 at 10:37 pm

    Yeah, I think we can all take a lesson from Rick Springfield, ezpecially when like Sally, one has a love monkey on his or her back. hubba.


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