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chill out

chill out

Date: Feb 21 2005


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The weather has changed quite a bit here in the last week.
It‘s been super nice outside and people are waiting for the weekend all week long.
Check out what Derek’s gonna do this weekend.


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Steph:  Hey Derek. What are you doing next weekend?

Derek:  I think, ya know, since the weather is so nice, that I might just, um, I dunno, go to the park and chill out or something.

Steph:  Oh, that sounds pretty fun. Yeah. That’s a good idea. Yeah. It has been really nice lately.

Derek:  Yeah. I think so. It’s supposed to stay that way all week. And so I think it would be pretty nice.

Steph:  That would be a good idea. Maybe bring a picnic blanket or something, have a picnic.

Derek:  Yeah. Or play frisbee.

Steph:  Yeah. Totally! Just relax.

Derek:  It’s been almost a year, ya know, so.

Steph:  Yeah. That’s true. Well I hope you enjoy your weekend.

Derek:  You too.



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Chilling out definitely sounds like a great idea!
You can chill out at home, at a friends house or at a park. When you chill out, it’s important to not have too much planned. Just sit around with a book or some good music and see what happens.
If the weather’s nice where you are, you should just chill out for a while!


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