Note to self: Outside of a salad bar, alfalfa sprouts are really not that tasty. No need to buy them for home. Even if you are at the store and thinking, “Wow, those would be pretty tasty tomorrow for lunch.” They won’t be tasty, because you’ll prefer chocolate instead.
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p (8:15:56 PM): aw
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me (8:16:03 PM): you love you too
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me (8:16:12 PM): yay
p (8:16:16 PM): you rock
me (8:16:18 PM): I know
p (8:16:25 PM): just like your shirt says
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p (8:16:31 PM): no false advertising there
me (8:16:36 PM): hahah
me (8:16:36 PM): shut up!
p (8:16:40 PM): i hate false advertising
p (8:16:42 PM): haha
Megan… a life taken too soon.
Last night I received a message that really shocked me. Megan passed away in a car accident. I don’t know the details; I don’t think it’s appropriate for me to ask right now. She was a high school friend of mine. Actually, we met in summer school, right before she transferred to my high school. It was nice getting to know her through classes, leadership, and just hanging out by the soda machines (usually eating Subway). She was always full of energy, and had the best laugh.
She had so much love for her family and her friends. A few of my friends had actually attended her brother’s high school graduation last week, so we were all thinking of her just recently.
It’s so unreal to think that she’s gone. I have her email address in my planner and her other contact info somewhere… I just never made the call. And neither did she, but no one is to blame. It just really shows how mortal we are, and how careful we all have to be.
Added: There is now a Memorial Page for Megan.
Luke: i looked through the high school yearbook… hehe… you’re a punk
me: that’s funny
me: I was looking through mine too
Luke: andi was like ‘ooh stacy looks the same… you asians don’t age!’
Luke: i told her it’s because we eat dog.