Blake

What up Friday?? Hahaha!

Good Friday afternoon to you!! Hope you are still staying cool! Excessive Heat Advisory in effect until tomorrow at 7p.m.!! Then it’s going to cool all the way down to 92 degrees!! Hahahaha!! It’s going to be another Star Talent Events weekend!! I’m going to be in Lincoln for a great wedding!! Star Talent Events rockin’ it!!
I don’t really have much more to blog about…it’s just one of those days where I’m like..blah, blah…just going through the motions ya know?? I mean I have huge plans for tonight when I get off work…big time grocery shopping!! Oh yeah, late night shopping is the best!!! Ok well, have a great weekend and I’ll talk to you on Monday!!

D.j. Blake

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