February 25th, 2003

St. Augustine

We had so much fun this weekend! We got to St. Augustine around 5:30 and I called Marshy and her and Jed came and we went and ate at Denny's... then we went back to the room and had hot chocolate. On Saturday, Marshy and Jed had to go to Marshy's grandfathers memorial so Matt and I went to the alligator farm (they had monkeys, wheee!!), The wax museum, and The Ripleys Believe It Or Not! Museum. Then we went and ate at Shoneys and came back to the room and went to bed. on Sunday, we got up and went to Bunnell and called Marshy and her and Jed met us at the Russell Stover place and we all went to a flea market in Daytona... it was fucking huge. We got hungry so we went and ate at a place called Uno's. Then we went back to Marshy's and played dance revolution. I was kinda shy so I only did a couple of songs but Marshy was like a pro, she was 'tearing it up' x:o) Her family was really nice, especially her mommy. We left marshy's at about 6:30. We followed them to Palatka and stopped to say goodbye. It was sad, we didn't want to go x:o(

On the way home, we got almost to Cordele (in GA... about 2 hours from home) and we got off and got gas. We got back on the interstate and drove for a couple of hours when I looked up from my book to see the Jacksonville/Tallahassee exit. We'd driven over 100 miles... the wrong way. So we didn't get home until 6:30 am.

I miss you guys already!!!
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