Sooooooo much has happened since I was able to write last. I have a feeling this might be a long post. I met Jacynne, I got sick, I went to Chicago, I turned 15, and a bunch of other cool stuff (ok, getting sick is NOT cool).
I'll go in order. First things first - I met Jacynne.
Yep, I actually met her.
I even gave her a hug.
It was really exciting, to say the least.
So I spent the from Friday till Wednesday with Jacynne. Friday she came over to my house and from there we went to my dance rehearsals and performances for a Christmas program downtown. We then went to the Yuletide Harbinger Bash which is a lock in with my youth group. It would take too long to explain it all, so all you really need to know is that it was tons.o.fun.
I had some more performances on Saturday night, but other than that we mostly slept. Sunday I went to her Grammie's house, and the following Monday we went to Chicago, which was also ton.o.fun.
Then on Tuesday I turned 15. Which was, of course, really cool.
Beth turned 11 today.
And really, I don't know what to write about. so ... I'll write later.
It doesn't feel like December - not here in the middle of the mitten anyway (aka MI). There's only been 1 snow fall, and that was itty bitty little flakes that melted when they hit the ground (and that was Nov. 30th too).
I can't bring myself to believe it's December - by golly, it hasn't even been that cold! It was 50 degrees (Fahrenheit) yesterday. I kinda wish it would snow, but I don't mind it not being cold. It just doesn't feel like December, and it's odd to listen to Christmas music when I can see green grass out my window. The only thing that suggests it's winter is the fact that it gets dark out at 6pm.
Well, I never finished this post, and when I woke up this morning (for I was writing the post yesterday in little bits and pieces) they was snow on the ground - not melting. So ... I guess it really is December. But if I don't look out any windows, I wouldn't be able to tell. The sky is really white though, and not blue. It's white, like when it's snowing.