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Friday at last.....

Don't know this week has felt like it dragged, but it has. I guess it's prob something to do with me knowing Gemma doesn't love the job like I do, and I'm catching her vibes. Shame.... still, I love the job and I ain't going any where else.

Bought a lovely new skirt on my lunch break. Cost almot £30.00 - far more than I should have spent, but it's all hand crafted, Ankle length purple hippy/goth style thing, all layers and floatiness..... very sexy! It'll go perfectly with the black leather corset top I managed to win on eBay today too! Hope that arrives before I go on holiday next week!

Glenn seemed to like his birthday presies from us girls. Whisky, hip flask, choc and a book on how to be Filthy Rich - just his thing. Although he did ask why we didn't send him a Russian Bride! (Mmmm bride groom more like, eh Glenn?)

I think my forum has died! HArdly any of the big posters have said anything for ages now. Thank god for Zack.... with out him helpping it would be dead and burried. I have the sneeking feeling that when I go away, I'll have nothing to come back to! Maybe I'm wrong though,maybe people will post loads over the weekend. Maybe their just busy, maybe..... *sigh* Guess I'm just not a good enough RPee to make my own thread.

GOnna go back to RuneScape for a while. At least I'm good at that

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