Well, let me just tell you a bit about last night. I headed over to Erica’s house with two hamburger patties in a freezer bag. Everyone was supposed to bring their own meat for a barbecue. I was the first one there, and since Erica apparently doesn’t know how to barbecue, I got the job. I must say, my hamburgers were amazing. They were some of the best ones I’ve ever tasted – and that’s saying a lot, considering I am a connoisseur of sorts when it comes to hamburgers.
Anyways, it was a pretty fun night. When everyone had showed up, we basically sat around and ate, or jumped on the trampoline, or played a bit of soccer in their backyard. I mostly just did the first thing – sat around and ate, plus talked, although I did play some soccer with Becky. I’m pretty sure I won that. We just went back and forth, trying to get by each other to the other end of the yard. While we were doing that, Melissa and Kristin got ahold of my camera and took 26 pictures of themselves in different strange places. I have a feeling they took more though, and just deleted the bad ones. Well, the worst ones, that is. They have pictures of themselves knocking on the front door, ones with them standing by a garden gnome, and other such “amazing” pictures. The pictures Angelie and I took were much better, although I suppose I can tolerate…Continue Reading
The above title is the best newspaper headline for the birth of triplets ever. Seeing as this entry would be of sort of a random nature, I decided to give it a nice, random title. I also thought of it at lunch today for no reason – well there was a reason, but it would take a while to map out my entire thought process. Let’s just say it was random and leave it at that.
I spent most of the day today figuring out what the heck I’m going to do after this school year. I started looking through this giant Undergraduate Directory for the University of Ottawa just to get a feel for what I’d be up against in this battle of the decisions. I had no real particular reason for picking out the University of Ottawa catalogue instead of anything other one except that it was big – the catalogue, that is, not the university, although it is too – and would offer me a lot of choice. The University of Ottawa is a pretty major university, so I thought it might give me an idea of a good standard set of courses available, which it did. I looked through the areas on Psychology and read a bit of the descriptions. They sounded pretty interesting, and it looked like something I’d definitely be interested in. So I then proceeded to widen my search for universities, and then narrow them down. Sounds a bit defeating, but I decided…Continue Reading
Alright, I decided to post a nice little summary of my Halloween night. Actually, I’m typing this at about 9:00 PM on Halloween night, but whatever. I’ll just save it and then publish it tomorrow so I don’t get arrested by the Overblogging Police, whom I just made up in my head. Whatever. Anyways, my day went as follows.
First I woke up. I had, like every other year, forgotten to set my clock back an hour for the end of Daylight Savings Time, but oh well. My mom just yelled at me to get up, it’s not like I had my alarm set or anything. I hate when that happens though – you wake up to your alarm, and then you realize you still have an extra hour to sleep. Ugh.
Anyways, so I went downstairs and had some breakfast with my family as we always do on Sunday mornings. It’s a little different now that my sister is away at university (she’s 20 by the way), but whatever. I don’t really miss her, I’ve lived with her annoying habits for 17 years, lol. So then, after breakfast, getting ready, and blogging here, I went to church like I do every Sunday morning. Yes, I’m one of those church-going folk, more because it’s just expected of me by my parents than anything, but unlike most people my age, I enjoy challenging my thinking. I’m not sure exactly what I believe sometimes, but church gives me one side of the…Continue Reading