The night before, I was at my desk in my flat in central London when a knock came at the door. It was my best friend Abigail, another die-hard Harper Paley fan (and author of The Great Gatsby). She told me she’d been asking around about my new book and wanted to meet up. That’s when it all started to fall into place: a long-time Harper Paley fan, Abigail had been following the gossip for as long as I had and was also a huge lover of Harper’s fiction. All that said, we weren’t exactly colleagues or friends; this would be more like an afternoon out with friends. So we went down to the pub for some drinks, where we played darts and chatted about anything and everything from books to relationships to frogs in general.
The night before: a coffee with friends
When we got back to my flat, we both jumped into the bath and promptly fell asleep on the sofa while we listened to The Voice. We were both so exhausted we could barely keep ourselves from falling asleep on the couch in our pajamas, which were lying on the table in the room next door. Once we were both safely in bed, we lay there, breaths of air coming in through our ears, until the Neither-You- nor-Me-like lull of dawn. Then, with a few keystrokes on my computer, I went to work.
The coffee with friends
It was early evening when we got home from the pub, so we didn’t have to drive to the nearby train station. We had some drinks and played darts and cuddled up to some books before going to bed. It was a while before I could get a word out of Abigail, who was sleeping in her bed. Finally, I managed to get my words out of my mouth, though, and we began talking about how much we missed the two of us. Life was good. We were friends, we were having a good time, and Abigail was posting great articles about books and she was excited about the new book.
The meeting with Abigail
The following morning, we both got up and went to the office, where we worked on our last few assignments for the week before heading to the subway to get home. As we waited for the train, we caught Abigail in the lobby, checking out the wait staff. When we got home, we went straight to our rooms and unloaded our bags, before snuggling up together for a long, deep, and very groggy-inducing nap. This time, I didn’t fall asleep right away, but took a few minutes to get myself comfortable before snugglebing up with Abigail too. Once we were both dozing off, there was a knock on the door. It was my best friend Abigail, who had also been a Harper Paley fan all her life and was also a huge lover of her books. We both jumped up and went to see who it was, but the door was open, so we peeped through the crack and saw a large group of people standing in the hallway. At first, we froze in shock, but then started trying to talk to them, so we burst out laughing. They were all very friendly, and when one of them was male, we sheepishly blurted out, “We both like Harper Paley!” We got another few laughs out of it before the door closed, leaving us all with a very confused and confused mind.
Plan the evening ahead
We got home, lay in bed, and then went out for dinner. I had the option of ordering takeaway, so I went with the option of Indian food. We both loved it, and I think we both had a lot of fun having it while we were taking our clothes off. We talked about everything from relationships to work, and how we both really missed the two of us. We also discussed how our new book was being released, so we discussed how much we loved it, and whether we would be able to see it in person, or on the book cover. We also went to a local coffee shop, where we talked about what we wanted to do that evening, and what we were going to order. We both had an idea of what we were going to order, but we had no idea how to make it, or how to make ourselves feel special. We said that we would both like to take a bath, and after a while, we solemnly agreed on the price and what we were going to do. We also discussed our mutual love for bathrob, so we agreed to meet up for a bath together, which we both agreed would be a great deal. We spoke about anything and everything that was happening in the world, and we discussed the meaning of life, human freedom, and what we would like to see happen in the future. We also discussed how we both loved to travel, and we agreed to go on some journaling so we could reflect on what was happening in the world and what we wanted to see happen in the future.
A small drink to get ready for bed
We got home and unpacked our bags, while also getting ready for bed. We talked about how much we loved each other, and how we wanted to stay in contact with one another. We also discussed our mutual love for bathrob, so we agreed to meet up for a bath together, which we both agreed would be a great deal. We also discussed our mutual love for bathrob, and we agreed to meet up for a bath together, which we both agreed would be a great deal. We also discussed how we both loved to travel, and we agreed to go on some journaling so we could reflect on what was happening in the world and what we wanted to see happen in the future. We also shared an environmental story about how we both had a lot of fun taking our clothes off, and making love to one another, even in our pajamas.
A bath for me
When we got home, we both got into the bath together and relaxed, while our sourdaughters bitched and pouted in the corner, waiting for us to get home. We both love baths, and we both agreed that it would be a treat to bath each other, even in pajamas. We lay in the tub, while our sardines swarmed in the shower, our dog, Humphrey, who was relaxing in the other tub, bitched and pouted, too. When we got out, we both had a lot of fun trying to bath our friends, which was a lot of fun, too.
On our fifth date, we decided to go to a hotel near our home town, where we would be able to discuss everything and have a lot of fun. We had dinner at a hotel that we would always recommend, where we could discuss everything and had fun, and we also got unlimited drinks. When the time came to leave, we each had a drink and decided who would take the first flight to New York, where they were going to meet up with their friends. We each had a drink and decided who would take the first flight to New York, where they were going to meet up with their friends. We spent the night in a hotel and did whatever we wanted up until the next day, when we headed to the airport.