I’m sorry for not posting in two weeks, but life has been pretty hectic. My mom went back to work after her summer break, and being the only adult in the house has led to a stress filled two weeks. I’ve been helping my brother apply for college, running errands, cleaning my room, cleaning the house, practicing for upcoming auditions, and getting my things together for my move back to Western. I move in in one week, so I should be able to post more then. Even though this is my second year, I’m more nervous about my classes this year (and leaving my dogs for weeks at time).
Today I am thankful for honest people.
While in an unnecessary slight rush to go pick up a new propane tank, I left my wallet hooked to the cart at Walmart and pushed it into the cart corral. We then went to Staples and Home Depot where I finally realized that it was gone. While driving back to Walmart and hoping that I had at least my WKU ID and license left, Dad called Walmart and someone had turned it in. Everything was in it. Definitely some of the scariest five minutes of my life.
Six hours later, I am snuggled in bed with Lady and catching up on some of my shows, not worrying about who has anything of mine.
Today I am thankful for that honest person: the cart pusher, someone walking by and seeing it, someone that got that cart after me, or the person that put their cart in the corral after me, whoever it was, because they saved me hundreds of dollars in order to get everything in that wallet back.
Sorry for not posting for almost a week… I have successfully almost completed a deep clean of my room and have started packing for move in day in a month. I recently finally got some more cash in my bank account AND the Toms that I have been waiting for have been restocked only to find out that my BRMB gear is going and the Toms together will wipe out my bank account. And the Toms won’t be in stock in September when I get my residual. I guess that’s one bad part about growing up; I don’t get to rely on Mom and Dad to pay for whatever I want, I have to save up the money and buy it myself. For now, I’ll just leave a link for the Toms for me to stare at until I can finally purchase them.
On Friday, some friends and I took our dogs on a day out to the local dog park and to other pet friendly places. We had a blast. I’m extremely excited to be back on campus in about a month so that I can spend as much time as possible with all of my best friends.
We went to the dog park first, and Sasha had a great time rolling in the mud, running as far away from me as possible, and meeting the other kid at the park with the same name.
Then we went to Dairy Queen where Sasha and Jasper were treated to pup cups! (Thanks, DQ, they loved them!)
And water, gotta stay hydrated!
After that were the normal pet stores, PetCo and PetSmart with treats and toys.
Then we took a trip for the humans, to campus and to visit our favorite mascot, Big Red!
This may look weird, but this is what the actual Big Red does. If you graduate Western without having this done at least once, you have not had a life.
Who’s the mascot?
(Hunter wasn’t a fan of our need to selfie all of the time)
I’m so excited to reunite with everyone else soon, and it was a great day out with Hunter and Kaley!
It’s been a while since I posted last and I apologize for that. I’ve been house sitting with spotty wi-fi and have been extremely busy actually having a life.
I turned 19 on Saturday. It’s not really a birthday to celebrate but my friends and I scored some free tickets to the local minor league team, the Hot Rods. They lost but there were fireworks after, and that’s all that counts.
The Wednesday before that, I went to the chiropractor. Since my concussion in March, I’ve been having at least one major, debilitating headache a week and two to three minor ones. This has left me not able to be a normal teenager because I will never know when I will be sick. For example, I went bowling that Monday night and my whole body was sore for three days. I definitely did not exert myself that much. Since my appointment, I have not had a headache. I went back today just to see how I was keeping my adjustments and told my chiropractor. She said that this was a huge accomplishment, and I agree.
After that adjustment last week, some friends and I went hiking in Mammoth Cave and I had a blast. I was actually able to walk around without pain and it felt amazing.
I got my audition music for marching band this year and I’m extremely excited to be back on campus in a little over a month. It will be my sophomore year, but I have junior credits and will be taking freshman music classes…. pretty confusing, right?
I started using my mom’s beauticontrol face brush because I’ve been looking to buy either the Clarisonic or the Olay version of it. I’ve used it four times and I can already see a difference in my face. My acne is getting better and my constant breakout on my cheeks is fading a little. This is just one more thing to go on my list of things to buy before I get back to campus… it’s a pretty long list.
Until next time, and I promise it won’t be as long between posts.
Another week, another housesitting job. This time it’s in the big city (well not that big) and with two adorable dog sisters, Paige and Prue. Don’t expect another post from me until Friday or Saturday (my birthday!). That being said, I’m extremely proud of a guy from my county that performed on Rising Star tonight. His name is Rye Davis and he’s a country boy with good manners and morals, and a thick accent. He used to be pitcher for the WKU Hilltoppers where he was hit by a line drive and blinded him in one eye. He was drafted and played for the Phillies for a while. He is now a cattle farmer in the good ole “city” of Pig. He wasn’t absolutely perfect tonight, but Ludacris’s response infuriated all of us. Here’s his performance.
but you should also check out his Facebook page where he posts his original songs.
Give him a listen and then let me know what you think.
So, during the month of June, my friends and I have been a part of our local community band. We rehearse for two hours on Tuesdays and then give a concert on the following Thursday. After, my friends and I either go out to eat or go play volleyball (or both). I normally get in around 3 am. My mom has a problem with this. Seeing as I know many people that go and party until 3 am, and I’m just chilling in a restaurant, or, in tonight’s case, playing tag in a high school parking lot and then just sitting down and talking for hours on end, I feel like I am okay. Two of my friends have graduated and are in the job market, so if they get a job (or even if they don’t) I won’t see them near as often after the summer. The summer band is over for this year, so I guess it’s a communication barrier that Mom and I will have to work around next year. I guess, with growing up, I will have to learn how to balance spending time with my friends and getting home at a decent hour. That is, until I am able to get an apartment in the city, then I will be able to just invite my friends over to hang out.