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lazy Sunday afternoon

June 12, 2005

My dad, mom, Joy and Peter just left to take Joy up to a volleyball camp at the Bryan College where hopefully she will be attending and playing in the fall. Michal and I are sitting at home taking full advantage of the opportunity to do whatever we feel like. She’s reading a book like a good little Holby and I’m putting off doing laundry.

Weather in Georgia is pretty fickle. About 30 minutes ago it was pouring and now the sun is out again. I guess that is one of the things I kind of like about Georgia though. I could do without the humidity but other than that it’s alright. I’m definitely not sugar so a little rain isn’t going to hurt me.

This weekend has been pretty chilled out. I got together with some friends that I’ve known since I was 12 that were in town this weekend. Always nice to see them. Crazy when people that I knew before they hit puberty are having kids. Rather them than me.

I’m not sure how much I like this blog forum. I feel like I have to censor it too much. Sometimes it’s hard to forget anyone might read this and just write what I feel like writing… Oh well. I need to start writing more. I keep saying I”m going to write down everything I remember from my Europe trip last year but I still haven’t. It’s another one of those things where I don’t think I want everyone to know everything I remember, but at the same time I do want it recorded cause I know I’ll forget it eventually. Should get a move on it since it’s getting to be over a year since a lot of it happened.

I remember when I was in 6th grade and my older sister, Christine, graduated from highschool. I used to get so sad just at the thought of her leaving (we went to the same school). Now, 12 years later, it’s really hitting me that Joy is going to leave in the fall to go to college and it really makes me sad. I’m excited for her and all but I guess it just makes me realize that things are constantly changing. I don’t want to hold on to the past and I can’t wait to see what she does in her life but it’s still a little sad to know that my little sister is my adult little sister now. She’s going to be the next queen of the world though. I can feel it. She’s awesome.

I seem to be getting sleepy. The espresso I had at 10:30 last night was a really bad idea. I was still wide awake at 2:30 this morning twitching my foot under the sheets. I hate that.

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