Miss W with her roaster pen. They’re around 9ish pounds each this year. Maybe just the one was 9 pounds, I don’t have all the weights in my head. But that’s pretty dang good. Also, I feel it’s important to note I’ve never read any John Green and have no plans to, but it was a good quote. It bothers me that all of the quotes about pride are negative. I don’t see anything negative in being proud of your accomplishments as long as you remain rooted in reality. If you can’t be proud of what you’ve done, what’s the point in doing it?
three things i know today:
1) we skipped another week somewhere in there and i don’t mind at all.
2) i miss doing a 365 with sarah.
3) this hair is an intelligent and belligerent life form all on its own.
Being a geek is all about being honest about what you enjoy and not being afraid to demonstrate that affection. It means never having to play it cool about how much you like something. It’s basically a license to proudly emote on a somewhat childish level rather than behave like a supposed adult. Being a geek is extremely liberating.
42.52 (abraham lincoln) OK, technically I’m not done til August. But they don’t hold a commencement for us summer II kids, so June it is. But check it out. I totally did it. Now to tackle that GRE for grad school …
P.S. My skirt looks hella short in the bronco pix, but it really is not. It had ridden up a bit and I didn’t realize it. We were kind of in a hurry. Everyone wanted their picture taken at the bronco.