Crazy girl was not shunned by others at Borders

It is very comfortable when you can meet with strangers and, within minutes, get into the kind of conversation where you can't finish one thought before you start a new one, so you speak completely in varying layers of parentheses. I, who am often so shy with strangers, was so happy to meet other assistants that I bubbled over and was unshutuppable.

I believe, however, that a good time was had by all.

srah - Wednesday, 16 July 2003 - 11:16 PM

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gravatar katie - July 17, 2003 - 8:58 AM -

I hope we get to meet sometime. I think that would be fun.

"unshutuppable" is my new favorite word.

gravatar lee - July 17, 2003 - 10:57 AM -

I think you were only 'unshutuppable' because everybody kept talking to you...I would have been a little scared if you hadn't said anything. 'Dude, we keep asking her questions and she just won't answer...what's up with that?'

I would like to add that I have reduced my coffee intake to 'very little' in recent days, and that I had a double espresso mocha while at Borders. I had been rather jumpy and fidgety while we were in the cafe, but had just attributed that to nervousness around strangers (not usually a problem for me but it can be on occasion). When I got into my car last night, however, I realized not only that my hands were shaking violently, but that this shaking was making opening my new Fela CD close to impossible. I must have sat there in the parking lot for five minutes trying to pry the damn thing open. I sped home and sat shaking on my couch until 12.30 am. So yes, no more double espresso for me.

Thanks for all your words of wisdom last night. Everybody appreciated it.

gravatar srah - July 17, 2003 - 11:27 AM -

I was jumpy too, but I didn't have coffee. I think I got excited about talking about France and people asking me questions.

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