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August 23, 2005

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paige

happy one year... i can't believe it. <3
fuck yeah and fight on. :)

Kiersten

wow, rereading this blog gave me a really weird feeling. i remember sitting at my computer exactly one year ago and thinking about how beautiful this entry was. today i sit here thinking the exact same thing, only with a much better feeling because i know that everything turned out great and that EIT is now one of my absolute favorite things in the world. i can't believe it's been a year since this all has happened. i'm so happy that this day was the start of 2 great things for you.
happy jack's mannequin day, andrew. i hope the next year is even better than the last.

lots of love,
kiersten.

Kiersten

wow, rereading this blog gave me a really weird feeling. i remember sitting at my computer exactly one year ago and thinking about how beautiful this entry was. today i sit here thinking the exact same thing, only with a much better feeling because i know that everything turned out great and that EIT is now one of my absolute favorite things in the world. i can't believe it's been a year since this all has happened. i'm so happy that this day was the start of 2 great things for you.
happy jack's mannequin day, andrew. i hope the next year is even better than the last.

lots of love,
kiersten.

k

Dear Andrew,

Just in case you will one day check this blog again...

It's been five years and I cannot express how grateful and delighted I am that you are doing well. You have no idea how much your music has impacted countless of wandering souls such as myself. I will never forget the night I went to my first Jack's Mannequin concert - which was my first concert ever. EIT and TGP has given me so much joy and inspiration over the years and pulled me through some very difficult times. As you are touring with Something Corporate, you have more energy than I have ever seen before. I wish you great health and happiness for many, many years to come.

Your music will change the world. It's certainly changed mine.

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