Internet Friends

Hooray for blog friends!

Last night, Ali, Caitlin, and I enjoyed a low-key evening at my house. We ordered take-out Thai food for dinner, sat our butts on the couch, and chatted for hours. Perfect.

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Naturally, our dinner came from the best Thai food restaurant in the area: Lime Leaf!

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Lime Leaf has a huge menu, but Mal and I talked up the Lime Leaf Noodles so much, Caitlin and Ali ordered them too, but with tofu instead of chicken.

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Mal and I are frequent customers of Lime Leaf, so we cashed in our “Frequent Diner Card” for a free appetizer. We picked the vegetarian eggrolls to share with everyone.

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Lime Leaf was a big hit with our guests!

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Murphy even sampled a few bites of Lime Leaf. Well, technically, he just nabbed any morsel of food that fell on the floor. He lives by the “One Second Rule.”

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Internet friends!

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Breakfast

This morning, Caitlin and I woke up bright and early. She had an early flight out of Logan Airport, so she gave herself plenty of time to battle the South Shore traffic into the city.

I said goodbye to Caitlin, and then made myself breakfast: Van’s waffles with peanut butter and banana slices on top. No iced coffee this morning. My stomach has been acting weird for the past few days. Blah.

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Running Through the Recession

I just heard this piece on NPR about a young woman, who took up running when she lost her job. (She also mentions Back on My Feet in it!) It’s really inspiring. I love what running can do for people.

Question of the Day

Have you ever made friends through the internet? What was your experience?

63 Comments

  1. Wow I am so behind on your blogs so only commenting on the special ones (which means all of them). Anyway! I have only met 2 online friends, one of which has really stuck. I wish I had more time to get together with her though, she only lives about 45 minutes away!
    ~Ang

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