Well, as is obvious from the time stamp on my last post, I stayed up until 1:30 last night, AKA way too late. But Cameron and Carlie stayed up till like 4:30, so I don’t feel so bad. Then we all slept in until 11 or so when we got up because my grandmother came over. She recently got a new car and decided to give us the old one for my brother to drive whenever he gets around to getting his license. *cough cough*
We went to meet the boys at 12:30 to swap Jackson and Carlie back to their rightful places, and then later this afternoon I went with my mom and my sister Adrienne to go shopping for supplies for Adrienne’s show goat. Her first show is coming up next week, and since I showed fairly successfully last year, I went along to give her pointers on what sort of supplies she needed. I also managed to wrangle a Snapple out of my mom when we went to Wal-Mart to get stuff for dinner. Score!
After that I didn’t really do much today. I didn’t feel so great all day until after dinner. I sort of felt like I might have eaten something with gluten in it, but my mom felt the same way and she isn’t gluten intolerant so maybe it was just some little bug. But I feel all better now, which is great because I have to go on a 5 hour car ride tomorrow!
Yeah… Christmas break is over and I have to go back to school. This is sad. I really miss being at home all the time, but I need to keep reminding myself that I DO have fun at school! I’m going to have 6 classes and 3 jobs this semester, so that should keep me on my toes. I’m also planning on CLEPing out of 5 classes during the summer, but if I can get a head start on that and get 2 knocked out during this semester, that will be awesome! I read through the Psychology textbook during the break and took a practice test this afternoon, which I made a 56 on. CLEP only requires a 50 to award credit, but my school requires a 59, so I’ll be going through the textbook again and taking notes this time. I’m almost there!
Well, tomorrow’s post should be fairly boring and consist of car ride and more car ride, so buckle up and don’t say I didn’t warn you.