So many adventures have already occurred since I’ve been home. Or, at least, I feel like they are adventures.
Friday: Ben actually woke me up when he called me after his final. Kinda glad he did otherwise I don’t know when I would’ve woken up. Had a nice lunch of Panda Express (did you know they have the paw plate now? I was a little weirded out at first.) Then we watched Breakfast at Tiffany’s for the first time. Wasn’t too bad of a movie. After all, Audrey Hepburn is basically flawless. Then…we went to PetSmart and I have a betta fish again!
He’s a blue/green/red dragonscale betta. I’ll put up a picture of him later. His name is Desmond. But, Ben has recently decided that he might want a fish as well and he was kind of attached to this one. So, there’s a chance that he might take this fish and I’ll get a different one which will still be named Desmond. (Yeah, Assassin’s Creed nerd. :P)
Saturday: Went up to good old Grass Creek, Indiana to hang out with my grandparents. Grandpa even took us around the property (he has 80 acres) in the golf cart. We even stopped by the cemetery where quite a few generations of family are buried. My grandparents already have their stone there even. Which, I’ll admit, was a little creepy. I know some people really don’t like being in cemeteries but honestly, I don’t always mind it. Especially if my own ancestors are buried there. Sure, I may have never known them, but these people came before me. They had a hand in how my life is today. And what I mean by that is like the things that I know, places I know, structures they built, living in Indiana, etc. I even learned yesterday that I’m Irish and English from my grandparents’ grandmothers. I only ever knew that I was Dutch, German, and French on that side. Never that I was Irish and English too. And how close it is to me. Idk. I’ve always found genealogy fascinating.
I took some pictures while I was up there so I’ll probably post those later as well. They’re on my cellphone so it’ll take a little while.
Summer is already shaping up quite nicely. Although, I still need to unpack.
Oh well. I’ll get to that soon. :)
sometimes i sit and think about how one day i will live on my own and i’ll wash my own dishes and have my own furniture and dozens of bookshelves and there will be a desk with homework scattered on it and pens and frozen pizzas stacked in the freezer
and then i almost cry because excited
there will be tons of books.
and it will be absolutely wonderful.
and it’ll be in a city somewhere.
Although, I may not be on my own. But it will still be wonderful.