Writing
Gatsby Confession

Way back when I was a moronic teenager, I read this book called The Great Gatsby by someone named F. Scott Fitzgerald. There were more important things going on in my life than the novel--like planning a spring break trip to Florida--so I didn't really give a hoot about Gatsby and his money, Daisy and her drama, or towns named after eggs. A girl wrecked a car. Someone got shot. No one lived happily ever after. And I needed a new bikini.

Fast forward to yesterday when my TBFF (teacher best friend forever--one of them anyway) texted to see if I was going to see the movie Friday. Ambivalent, I said something akin to "if I have nothing better to do." That was the wrong thing to say. And I quote:

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TonyB
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