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Autumn more than ever...
These days it's just getting colder and colder. The leaves are finally noticably collecting on the ground. The sky is nearly always thick with those characteristic Fall clouds.

It's got me in the best mood I've been in all year. I'm happy with whatever the weather throws at us because it's usually no more than a thunderstorm or wind--and that's just part of Fall.

It makes me happy that this is the time I will be attending college for the first time, next year. I'll be "on my own" living in a dorm with my best friend.

(Additionally, to solve the problem of not having a job during college, Edinboro seems to have a bus system that takes students to the Mall, where I work. Which means I may not necessarily quit my job while I am in college.

This new realization may be both a blessing and a curse. The stress that is brought on by both college and Pretzel Time may be enough for me to quit my job regardless if it's easier than finding a new one in Edinboro.

Only time will tell. I've already vowed to find a new job in the Mall before College-Time.)

So... I'm thinking a walk down to the Bay at this time of year might be neat. Chris wanted to take his Big The Cat doll down to Erie's most popular sites by the Lake and take pictures of Big for a website. It's a cute little idea he's had for a while and it's a nice thing to add to my Love Erie LJ account, because he seems to not know what to post on there. Ever...

I should be taking a trip down to Maryland in October for a week. Not only will it be fun, but I could take Big with me and take more pictures. The website he wants to make is, after all, called Big's Big Adventures--or something painfully similar.

It's cute.

Unlike my stomach ache. I think I need TUMS or something. gonk

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