Much like pineapples, I am hardcore. (thisgirliknow) wrote,
Much like pineapples, I am hardcore.

my ribbon...

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The day I put it on (June 25), and right now. To be fair, the lighting is different, but still...

Yesterday I was talking to Justin and my mom about how I was going to take it off at Sabrina's wedding, and maybe how I would accidentally forget. Justin was like, "She won't forget. I will REMIND her"

Sab plans to bring scissors. For the specific purpose of cutting this thing off my wrist. Indira threatened to get my roomies to cut it off a month ago. Sara has more than once talked about cutting it off without my knowledge. The only person who hasn't said anything about it is Deborah-- she's been wearing hers almost as long as me, less one day. Plus, it's from her Bat-Mitzvah

So I guess it's just about time. Although Nate from SCL has been wearing a ribbon for almost three years now. I guess I'm just not that cool.

You know, I'm going to miss it. It's become a part of me. Sab suggested taking a ribbon from her wedding and tying that around my wrist for awhile.. but it won't be the same. I realize that neither of these occasions (Deb's Bat Mitzvah, Sab's wedding) are MY days, but with Deborah's Bat-Mitzvah, it was still all my relatives, my friends, etc. So it was very special and close to home, and this ribbon reminds me of all that.

Six more days till I am ribbonless.
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