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Mistaken Number

May 2, 2011

I went home this weekend for my cousin’s nurse pinning from St. Anselm’s college.  In a pew meant for seven, maybe eight people, we had ten.  Although my uncle will tell you we had 9.5 people on that bench. In my teensy tiny purse, I debated on just stuffing some tabs in there, but managed to get my meter in there too.  And whether it was being hungry, or stuffy in there, I started to feel low.  I got out all my stuff as un-noticeable as possible.  I was sitting between my mother and my aunt and as my meter was counting down from 5, I heard a gasp.  “I thought it said you were 2.” I looked at my mother and we both imitated what me passing out would’ve looked like.  And my aunt said, “even I knew it was counting down.”  And then I said, “well, at least there are lots of people here who could help me.”

cousins: Megan, me, Michael & Kate
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