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LEM-O-NADE

Not sure how to make it with the information that will follow but I will not allow it to alter my day, or night as the time would have it.

Today started out good. Well, initially I woke up witha  jerk thinking Id over slept but didnt. I got ready and then went to clean up while I waited on the couch to arrive. I made sure not to forget the TP ;P.

Of course, it wasnt on time and they couldnt find it and I now know that giving the bank as a landmark confuses them because there are green buildings behind the bank that I knew nothing about. No problem there. Later in the day I figure Id get a movie to watch as I wait for the delivery of my fridge and stove. NO SUCH LUCK. . .

My wallet was back at the house-or so I thought so I walked back to get it.

PROBLEM:

I

CANT

FIND

MY

WALLET

ANYWHERE

So it mustve gotten left in the cabbie. Only I looked back at the seat when I got out to see if the seat was clear. It could have been on the floor.idk.

Yeah, my cards were in there as well as receipts that I probably needed. More importantly there were about 800 dirhams in there. yes. . .217 dollars.

 There is a small chance that it will be turned in but highly unlikely as there are people who get in the back of those cabs from all walks of life, from many different countries. People who are making 6 dollars a day. Im not even mad about it. It wont change the fact that its gone and I dont wanna mess up my mood or my day,or night as time would have it.

So Im going to chill in my room and listen to Arabic music. Friends are going to Beats on the Beach but Ive been two nights in a row so Im not interested. Add to that the fact that Kelis will be performing and you can see where my lack of enthusiasm is coming from,lol.

So after this Im going to my room, partake in some vino and post pics. Got some good ones from last night so I hope you enjoy! Also have pics from events from a few weeks ago. enjoy

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  1. That is SOOOOOOOOOO frustrating, but it's really good that you're in a place that you can take a calming breath and carry on.

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