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Tap Dancing to Work: Warren Buffett on Practically Everything, 1966-2012: A Fortune Magazine Book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 22, 2014

    Xavier

    You cheered me up. :3 Ah, l needed that. Thank you. <p> I promise you, even though promises are vain and silly, that l will find you and return that hug with as much gusto. o.o Yeah, that's an empty promise, 'cause l don't know what the future holds in store for us. God may plan for me to be poor, to lead a family, to own my own business, feed children all over the world, or to simply be a God-fearing man. o.o l would gladly take a simple road of a difficult life than the tough road of easy living. I know, it sounds flipped around, but those who live easy have money. Money is the root of sin, and it can dig deep unless you have God there at every moment. <p> Anyways. The lies you have told are immaterial. Sure, lies re not good, but who you are has not lied to me. Your name, your face, where you live, what you like, and who you love are things that seem small when l think about what you are to me. I rely on you to be there as my best friend. I never thought l would find you, amongst the many popular kids around the nook, as my very own best friend. You are a one-of-a-kind trophie, really. I will never have one like you, and even though second place sounds bad, my friends aren't placed on a tier winding up or winding down. They are simply there for me. You represent the friend l hope all of my friends will be. Such as Sparrow, you can stand to be around me when others can not. Granted, it is over the interwebs, but l think that counts. :3<p> Swag, l love you. As a sister, you have to be around me until we can not stand each other, then we hve to talk again. Like a mother, you tell me what l need to do, and you have no fear that what you say is incorrect. Like a true friend, you are wholly comfortable with who and what l am, and deapite moments of angst or sadness between us, we remain inseperle until death. Sound like wha marriage should be. Heck, we could be married and bothing would change. Aside from the kids... And the house we would share. And the hugs... *sigh* o3o Meh. Anyways. Caught daydreaming. So embarassing. •////• <p> Facebook is desolate as it is full of life. Just find the right way to use it-- your own way-- and it will feel right eventually. See you, dearie. v.v

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