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Sunday, August 6, 2006

August 6, 2006

Damn straightColor Me Evil, my Evil-muffin… why a muffin you ask? Cause she’s that endearing. I think I’ve known Evil for almost two year now, sound correct muffin? Heh, cause I remember we got all corny and excited for the first year anniversary. Ah, good times. A definite thing I love about her, she’s not afraid to be corny at times.

Evil is one of the sweetest people you’ll ever meet. She’s lively, fun, intelligent, and her in-you-face sort of attitude makes her one very hard person to ignore. Haha. But don’t get me wrong. There’s a fine line one has to walk with an attitude like that, a line between being in-your-face enough to get you involved, and just plain annoyance. And she walks it with ease. Cause you can’t just talk to Evil without getting involved in what she’s saying. The girl’s like a vacuum, you can’t help but get sucked it by her personality. When she’s happy, we’re happy, when she’s sad, we’re sad, when she’s hyper, we stand back. Heh, just kidding love.

And another thing, boy can Mt. Alexa blow! I tell you, the girl has the market in creative swearing. It really is a talent. And when she blows, it comes in waves. But ya know, call me weird; I enjoy every minute of it! It’s like a drug; you get hooked on those colorful little moments and can’t wait for little snippets of more. The name Color Me Evil suits her most well.

But out of all the things I love about Evil, the one I treasure the most is her sense of humor. It’s lively and rich, even flamboyant at times. She has the ability to make anyone laugh, even in their darkest of times. And she’s done it for me, in my darkest of times. Whenever I’m feeling blue, I can’t help but smile whenever I see her on, cause her comments never fail to make me giggle. To be able to brighten someone’s day with laughter is a gift. It’s a quality I admire in her and I never want to take for granted.

So, my lovely Alexa, you’ve been a friend who has stuck by my through the best and the worst. For being there always, thank you. My own little lively ball of sunshine, wrapped up in a beautiful, young lady package with groovy glasses. I enjoy your colorful moments, your witty humor, and fan girlish ravings. But most of all, I enjoy the honor of simply being called your friend. Never change.

Because we demand more Firefly

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