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It's Always Something

Something always tears up or breaks when you don't need it to. At the moment I have a broken lawn mower, the grass is taller than I am. Well, not taller than I am but tall enough I can't see in it which irritates me. It's not like I want to go out side or anything. Geez.


I am broke until Friday, and even then I'll still be broke. The bills for October get paid on Friday. I'm waiting for my auto insurance bill to come in and hoping that it doesn't renew until November. I'm hoping that I don't forget to renew my license like everyone else that I know has. I don't care to be driven around I don't ride well. 


I am waiting on the other half of my project at the moment because the man has the flu and while it's only a little bit I'd really like it so I can get done. Oh well that's like. And I'm gone for the day. I'll be back soon.
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