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Sunday, January 02, 2005

Bringing in the New Year

I survived the weekend. Oh boy.
Star's buddy (the one that sometimes drives me crazy) was here since Thursday night...Thursday night! He just left about a half hour ago. It was too long of a visit. Friday (New Year's Eve day) had been good. I went to do some errands. I came home, the guys unloaded the car. I was planning to make a nice dinner. We started having some drinks around 1:30, just hanging out around the apartment. It was a nice chill day.
Then after dinner, I noticed that Star's friend (I can't remember the name I once gave him) seemed a little fidgety. He and Star kept going out for a smoke. I could tell that Star was trying to keep him entertained. Meanwhile, my sister had come over and our neighbor (the one from upstairs) had come down too. Apparently, we all were not enough fun for our buddy. I was kind of offended by that. I kind of felt like he could certainly go find someone else to hang out with if we weren't exciting enough for him. We were planning on a low key night with a visit to the local pub at around eleven to bring in midnight.
Finally, 11:00 came around and we went down to the pub. My neighbor was extremely drunk. I was kind of nervous about going into any place with her. Meanwhile...Star's buddy picked up some chick from the bar and brought her over to the table with her friend. Star ended up having to bring our neighbor home because as she was walking out of the pub, she fell on a table. Then apparently, on the walk back to the apartment, she fell again banging her head of up real good.

What had started out as a nice chill New Year's Eve night...quickly turned into a crazy night. Our neighbor ended up being okay. And the buddy brought his new found friend back to our apartment. I was more than pissed. The guy's got some nerve.'s all over and I'm glad. Star's buddy is "threatening" to come up next weekend to see Star's band play on Saturday. I'm kind of hoping he goes back on his word because I'm really not in the mood for more. I need a break.