Good-bye Hotel

Last night was my last night at the hotel. It was sadder than I thought it would be to leave–I actually cried after saying good-bye to Marty. I’m such a freakin’ girl sometimes. I can’t think about it now or I’ll start crying again. So anyway… I took pictures over the last couple days. I thought I’d post some of the people I’ve talked about in my journal, so you can put a face with a name.

New-Guy-Eric
He does a lot of voices/characters, and this picture is him doing his, well, retarded guy.
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Liz
I just thought this was a cute picture.  Though I won’t get to see her as often, we’re still going to hang out.  In fact, we both want to go to a New Found Glory concert in November.  That’ll be fun.
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Eddie
Whether I’ve used his name or not, most of my Security Guard stories are of this guy.  He’s one of my favorites.
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Mike-the-Bellman
Mike insisted that since we’ll still be hanging out I didn’t need to take his picture. Fortunately, I was able to get one anyway using stealth. It’s grainy cause it was really dark and needed lightened but a picture is a picture, and in the end he was spited.  Spiten?  Spote?  I’ll stick with spited.
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Marty
“My boy,” according to everyone else that worked in the hotel.  We plan on keeping in touch via e-mail and phone, but it’ll be so weird not seeing him every day.  I am really going to miss him.
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Eddie took me up to the roof and I got some awesome shots. Here’s one.
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And now it’s time for Operation: Black Hole of Time. I woke up yesterday at 8pm, worked, and now I have to stay up until at least 10 or 11 tonight. Cynthia’s helping–we’re going to see Halloween when she gets off work and I have an apartment to see. As long as I stay active, and drink caffeine continuously, I think I’ll be okay.

I can’t believe I don’t work there anymore.

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