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Your Obsessions: Letter to self

Share Dear Marsha, I see that you did good today - sleeping before the clock strikes twelve and waking before the clock chimes seven. Good for you. But I feel like I have to tell you something. I hate it when you are all snotty about people woh dun speel english poperli. I know you are snotty because I can feel it. And what's with all this obsessions of yours. First of all, you are obsessed with books. What's with all those books...you think you run a library or something??!! Jeezuz. Get a life. And you are obsessed, too, with crystals like amethyst. It's a rock, for crissakes, and all that jabbering about it having a life, kissing it for good luck. I think it's loony. You have amethyst beside your computer, you hang one around your neck, you wear it around your wrist. And what would your friends think when they find out that you have amethyst in your pillow case??? Buy Original Amethyst Image Here I mean, come on, Marsh. This is getting out of hand, don't you think? And this blogging thing...you really think anyone's reading it? And you think you are so damn funny that...well, it's funny that you think you are funny because you are not funny. Get a life. Last but not least, stop sticking that menthol thing up your nose. It doesn't do your sinus problem any good. It contributes to bad breath. So there. Go brush your teeth before you start work. Stupid workaholic. Yours Bad-Morningly, Marsha

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Ha ha Ha Ha,

Hilarious letter to your obsessed-self. Why would you place crystals in your pillow case, anyway? Oh wait, it's for good luck AND good dreams eh? Nice one Marsha.

Seriously. Ha ha
Marsha M said…
shanaz, ssshhhhh!!!! yeah, i actually have it in my pillow case to chase away bad dreams. and you know what? so far so good wor! hehehehe....

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