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April 13, 2004

Off to Bedfordshire

I only have to get up in a few hours to catch a train to catch a plane to catch another train. I'm only gonna be gone a couple of days, and yet it took me forever to pack my carryon. Doubtless I'll still forget something. Oh well.

When I was in second grade I made sure that my school supplies were all carefully arranged in the StrideRite shoebox I used for storage in my classroom desk. Whenever we had a fire drill, I'd tuck the box under my arm and line up in size order with the other students to leave the building. So in case I had to escape a blazing inferno, my beloved pens, no. 2 pencils, erasers, Elmer's glue and other mundane trinkets were easily transportable.

Fastforward to today, and I am still trying to be prepared for every possible contingency, like Calvin packing a map of Montana into his backpack just to play in the yard with Hobbes. Do I have enough music? Is one book enough? What if I'm stranded in the airport coming and going? Because you never know when you're going to need something.

Yours, &c., LC | 01:06 AM | Slice o' Life | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0)

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One book is never enough. But I just went to the Beverly Hills liberry which is, lemme tell you, phat. You can take out up to six items from each category of their audiovisual section for a buck each. So for 18 dollars, I got 6 books on tape, 6 DVD's and 6 VHS movies for the next two weeks.

Posted by: Dash Riprock at April 16, 2004 04:54 AM