About Me: Female, 5, Sherman Oaks, CA, member since Jul 2011
I like iced tea, hot tea, Jay-Z, basketball, Sylvia Plath, Kurt Cobain, and movies like Out of Africa and the Bridges of Madison County. I like burnt toast, NPR and Robert Rauschenberg. I like hiking and flowers and Joshua Tree National Park. I like Rihanna and Conve
Good morning Meegy! I've been catching up with your j's, then back and forth with my own, so I forget where I read it now, but all those laps you swam (yesterday?) will for sure make your muscles feel exhausted. If you could do that every other day, that would be a good workout added to your regimen. Oh, and I've been meaning to ask...you're leaving a note on the kitchen counter that you're in the pool, right? It's not safe to go swimming when no one is home due to unexpected leg cramps. Just fyi cause I love you so much. xo
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