My mother has paid my


My mother has paid my debt to UNT, and I am free to go to college again. Thanks be to God. Now, all I need to worry about is getting into college. I'm obviously cutting it very close, but I'm hoping and praying for the best. Please keep my parents in your prayers. I have a private intention, but I can tell you that it is for my parents. Pray for my brother too while you're at it. He will be going off to college very soon, and his presence will be missed in the house.

We celebrated both my brother's and my going to college today. My parents picked me up from vigil mass, and we went to Bahama Breeze again. My brother asked to buy and smoke a cigar, and my father agreed. Dad asked me if I wanted to join them with the cigars, but I decided against it. I told them that I'd stick to drinking. So, I got sloshed with my mother. She and I shared our first mojito. I found it refreshing, it reminded me of a limeade slushee from Sonic, but not as sweet. I'd say it was very refreshing. Since I'm unfamiliar with them in general, I don't have another mojito to compare them to. When we were done with the mojito, of which I drank most, my mother made me buy her a Grasshopper. That was nice, but I don't trust drinks that resemble milkshakes. I had my meal, an angus burger cooked medium rare, with a gin and tonic. The G&T is my signature drink. I considered buying a gimlet or a martini, but decided two drinks was enough for the night. Needless to say, I feel fantastic.

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This page contains a single entry by Robert Diaz, MI published on August 13, 2004 10:39 PM.

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