Monday, November 23, 2009

Life, such as it is.

It has been called to my attention that I haven't updated in a while. So you want to know what's been happening in my incredibly boring life? Well. Here you go, you asked for it.

It is the Monday of Thanksgiving Week and I still don't know when I'm going home. Haven't started packing yet, either. I have a night class on Tuesday and I should probably go. I need to figure out when my roommate is going home. I also have one class on Wednesday morning, but, frankly...fuck that. I don't go to that class usually and my other got canceled. So, I might be going home on Tuesday or I might be going home on Wednesday.

Then, for Thanksgiving I am going to my cousin's house in Mexia. It should be nice, I am really looking forward to seeing everyone. (At the same time, I am a little jealous that Valerie gets to have Amish Thanksgiving. I imagine the food will be amazing.) I am going to especially enjoy Thanksgiving because I might be missing out on the "Forster Feast" this year. It is our pre-Christmas, super-big, family dinner. And it is awesome. (Also, I'm not sure anyone actually calls it the "Forster Feast" except for my cousin Diane Kay. I don't know, but I've heard it thrown around before.) I am looking forward to watching Thanksgiving Friends episodes, too. TBS better run some kind of marathon.

I am meeting my awesome friend from high school, Sarah, on Saturday so that she can do a video interview for a tribute video to our former debate coach, who is retiring. I am super excited! I love Mr. Yarbrough and I can't wait for the party in December!

In other recent news, I discovered The Bloggess. She is amazing and hilarious. There have been times where I was laughing so hard, I was literally crying. Like, tears streaming down my face.

And finally, I don't even want to think about school. I have a lot (not a ton) of work to do before the end of the semester. Ugh. And some of my grades have been a little depressing. So, let's all go back to not thinking about it, yes? Excellent.

Well...I think that's about it. I know, I know. This entry was riveting.

(PS: Valerie, I expect a full report on how your holiday was. Like, detailed. But keep in mind, I'm asking that in what I hope is a completely non-creepy way.)

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