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Yeah, that's why we had to see him yesterday - he's having a party tonight. And he says he'll be too hungover to see us tomorrow. (his mother wasn't happy with that last bit)
Sounds like she knows it will be tooo much Fanta.
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Had a first meeting for a book club with some work friends and it went really great. No anxiety at all.
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A customer paid me today and she was very friendly too.
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I felt more sociable today and curious about the world. I attempted to talk to someone I had never met before that about something. It was simple but great nonetheless.
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Found another old book with a great leather binding - almost 200 years old again, Volume 1 of an architectural digest. Ten dollars, really crazy.
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Found another old book with a great leather binding - almost 200 years old again, Volume 1 of an architectural digest. Ten dollars, really crazy.
Wow.
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Wow.
I love that bookshop - I like the way the girls working there just pile things up while they're cataloguing them or whatever they're doing. Huge piles of books almost falling over. My kind of shop.

I can get a lot of stock from them - they pretty much always underprice things.
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I love that bookshop - I like the way the girls working there just pile things up while they're cataloguing them or whatever they're doing. Huge piles of books almost falling over. My kind of shop.
That sounds cool to look at (picturing in head what it looks like).

Or is that the store you showed in a photo on here in the past?

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I can get a lot of stock from them - they pretty much always underprice things.
Sounds like a good supplier of books.
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I felt more sociable today and curious about the world. I attempted to talk to someone I had never met before that about something. It was simple but great nonetheless.
That's awesome well done!!

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I saw a pretty waterfall on a long walk then did two yoga workouts to help with anxiety and they really did help
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Been struggling to learn a new skill for my job. The resources were either too wordy and talked to the reader like a child, they weren't detailed enough and I'd still be confused, or they were just dull and couldn't hold my attention span. I just found a resource that's straight to the point, explains it well, and doesn't put me to sleep lol. So excited to learn and keep this momentum going.
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That sounds cool to look at (picturing in head what it looks like).

Or is that the store you showed in a photo on here in the past?

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Sorry mate - don't think I got a notification about this one. No, I think I put a picture of Kay Craddock's shop on here one time. It's a beautiful place - she charges quite a lot to make up for the expensive rent she most likely has to pay. I used to sell books to her sometimes wholesale.

This other place is not fancy at all - down in a basement. But I like it much more - lots of cheap books.
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Sorry mate - don't think I got a notification about this one.
It is ok mate.

With some quoted post's it doesn't show up in the notifications for some reason.

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No, I think I put a picture of Kay Craddock's shop on here one time. It's a beautiful place - she charges quite a lot to make up for the expensive rent she most likely has to pay. I used to sell books to her sometimes wholesale.
Ah, red? carpets, glossy wood cabinets, etc photo.

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This other place is not fancy at all - down in a basement. But I like it much more - lots of cheap books.
Sounds smaller if selling books for less.
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Ah, red? carpets, glossy wood cabinets, etc photo.
You've got a very good memory mate, much better than mine.

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You've got a very good memory mate, much better than mine.

I was mixing furniture in a house that is old school coated, polished with that colour carpet.

So sort of off a bit about the cabinets.

Carpet is more a purple under those lights.

Bad memory for me.
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Surprisingly I got my entire security deposit back from my apartment that I moved out of a few weeks ago. I thought for sure that it was a lost cause. I put a bunch of 1/2" holes in the walls mounting TVs and monitors. I patched them up and painted them myself and thought my work was shoddy, but apparently not.
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I spent some time with friends.
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I went to church with some a friend and he made me the best sandwich I had ever had in my life. Also I played a very fun board game.
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My son got home safe and sound. We were worried about all that driving.
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