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BCT Day 25

Yay. Another Sunday rolls by. I’m hoping for some much needed rest from the week’s activities. I also want to wash my PT uniforms.

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August 18th, 2002

Yay. Another Sunday rolls by. I’m hoping for some much needed rest from the week’s activities. I also want to wash my PT uniforms. One is brown (it used to be gray) from the sawdust last night, and the other just emits a foul odor. I hope I can call my parents and Cendy without a life threatening thunderous thunderstorm like the one last Sunday.

Six Sundays to go. 39 days until I see my peeps. Too bad I can’t go to sleep like last Sunday. Our D.S. is roaming around, trying to catch people.

I went shopping today. I got an air freshener for my locker so it doesn’t smell like ass & onions?anymore. I also got more white socks because they keep disappearing. I also bought another PT shirt so I don’t have to wear a filthy one. I always run out of clean clothes on the weekends. Wow, am I ever boring you. It’s Sunday though. What do you expect?

Gas chamber tomorrow. I’m nervous.

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