I hate being cold. My arms and especially feet have this annoying habit of absorbing a chill even when there isn’t one. I love the Fall leaves, the bright beautiful flame like bursts on the mountainside…but I hate the cold that means that Winter is arriving, and that Summer and flip flops are officially over. :0(.
I am sitting here sipping my first hot cocoa of the season, watching Gilmore Girls (for the bazillionth time) and the hot cocoa’s warmth makes me realize how cold I’ve been. This isn’t looking good. The cold has also meant that my birthday could never be celebrated outside. My birthday, despite it being the first week of December, always had to compete with Christmas Parades, Christmas Cantatas, and Christmas parties. My friends were usually in these events, or else I’d be involved in these events while the birthday was forgotten. And unfortunately my personality type means that I adore attention. Maybe it’ll be different this year. *shrugs*
Hopefully it won’t snow as badly as it did last year. Though, Daisy did have tons of fun hopping through the snow!
|This might have been after James had thrown a snowball at her…I don’t think Daisy was happy about that…
Yeah, that was my ‘go to’ answer in the game Never Have I Ever. This (if you’re not remembering your middle school and high school years) is the game played either with fingers or train-wreck versions. The objective is to stay in the game the longest (to not have all of your fingers folded down, or to not be left standing without a seat). This game often degenerated to all the sketchy stuff that people could think of. In my case, I always lost when they listed all of the geeky/academic stuff: falling asleep in class, caring about class, getting A’s, et cetera.
I wanted to use this for the theme of my blog, because its not really a theme. I’m too random of a person to be limited to a ‘theme’, but I thought it would be nice to have a focal point, something that tied the blog together besides just me yammering on about my life. (Trust me; I don’t need an online blog to do that). So, this blog is a reflection of things that I have done in my life (I’ve gotten to the point where it is hard to think of Never Have I Ever’s) to focus on what God has done with my short life thus far. (Instead of me freaking out wondering what on Earth I’m going to use my degree for, and trying to figure out every single detail of my, and my husband’s lives). Also, it gives me the opportunity to share about things that I have not done, but look forward to doing some day. :0)
So I look forward to starting this endeavor!