Quiet Nights

2 Jun

J and I had our re-match and, um, I lost again. It’s ok though because I am going to be at someone’s track running 100’s like a fool. I hate losing!!! But again I love the competitive part of our relationship. We push each other that way.

I am enjoying my new surrounding but there is something missing. Miss Beasley. She stayed back to finish her school year but I miss her to the moon. She is a polar opposite of Chunky. I love her quiet but inquisitive nature, her love of reading, history, and science. She is truly my twin. Going to the Smithsonian doesn’t feel the same without her.

Well as usual off to study and maybe FaceTime with my sissy!

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