Hi! It’s me! Lily!
I’m a Lily! I’m a Yuriko! Maybe I’m a red spider lily! I don’t know what kind of Lily I am! I know! I’m a Smith Lily!
So this morning I did my run and went to work. When I got there I gave the owner the biggest hug and even a little kiss on the cheek. I’ve never seen him turn so red! But he’s been so nice to me, especially with that bonus, he deserved it! I told him to pass it on to his wife too! He was speechless! He just told me to get to work, with a little smile on his face.
It was a typical day at work. Doot dooting, Karens, unhealthy food, all that. I don’t know what to say about work. It’s just work. I do it, I go home, I get paid, even though the owner’s really nice!
When I got home, Liz came over, and we spent some time together. Crystal was off spending some time with her parents, which was nice. I miss Liz! We haven’t talked that much since we got home from Orlando, but it was nice to spend some time with her! We gossipped about Jack, but she seemed a little cagey for some reason. I wonder what’s going on there. But still, we played games and had loads of fun. Her parents came over, and we all had dinner together. It was nice.
After her parents left, Crystal came back, and I introduced them. Soon all four of us, me, Liz, Beth, and Crystal were playing games and gossipping and having all sorts of fun. Crystal has a really sharp and sarcastic wit! I’m not really the greatest at that, people tell me I’m too kind, but she actually had to rein it in a little. She did have us rolling around laughing though when she talked about some of the people she met at the homeless shelter. She gave them nicknames, like “Old Beardy” and “King Hobo”. It’s funny, you don’t think much about how different they can be, but she had so many stories. Some weren’t really good, but I guess it all worked out. Occasionally there was a flash of pain in her eyes, but she covered it up with a laugh. I hope we can talk about that someday.
Liz is staying over and the four of us are having a slumber party. Beth learned her lesson, and made sure Crystal was aware of it too. No humiliating dares. But we did play “truth or dare”, and it was funny, especially because Crystal just chose dare each time. She explained that after what she’d been through the past few months, there wasn’t much we could toss at her that would embarrass her. Sadly, I believed her. I took a bit of time to write this, but back to the fun!
Hey, I can’t have a drama filled day every day, right?