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The Bright Side Of Disaster by Katherine Center
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May 19, 2011

really liked it
Read from May 23 to 24, 2011

Really, really enjoyed. "The Bright Side of Disaster" was, for me, like going to someone's house for dinner. It's exciting. You don't have to do any of the hard work. You eat a fantastic meal. Granted, it's food that you've had before. But it's still really good. You might get a piece of meat in your teeth. Or maybe a corn kernel. It's a little irritating in some parts, but not nearly enough to ruin the whole meal. And you are thoroughly satisfied afterward. Especially later, on the drive home, when you think that you have no mess to clean. It was good to the core- now if only you can find some floss...


Dean was that corn in my teeth. He was truly irritating to every part of me. Then he was gone, and it was fantastic. Then he came back, and there it was again, bothering me with every chew. Then he was gone again. And I was happy. And now that the meal is over and I am at home relaxing, I can barely remember what was aggravating me as I ate. Because the food itself was just that darn good.
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