A Little Catching Up

I've been absent for a while...as Jehsyka puts it, it may seem like I was "eaten by a moose." Which would suck. But, as it turns out, moose only nibble. So I'm alive!
Dance recital is next weekend, which I can't wait for. That means dance will be done! It's really weird. I can't believe it's wrapped up so quickly. And, after dance has completed, it's basically hard-core softball until July.
I live in a lil Saskatchewan town, which can be veryvery frustrating. For instance, over the Easter break, it was just warmer and warmer and warmer. We went to my cabin (which is somewhat more Northern, so it was colder/wetter, but oh well) for Easter, and when we came back it was like May warm!!! I was just pulling out my flip-flops when--nightmare of nightmares--it SNOWED again. Darmit, stupid snow!
It's not exactly frigid out today, but it's not Maywarm, either. It's sunny and windy, so I'm dealing.
So, as far as Easter break goes, it was awesome. I deeply enjoyed no school, and I got some writing done as well. I hung out at the local park (the kind with no toys; just grass and memorials and stuff) with some friends a few nights, had a sleepover with a friend, made fifty bucks babysitting yesterday and my whole family crashed at my aunt's house. With the exception of Dad. He had a poker night over here. When they have poker nights, they eat meat and beer. It's so mannish and disgusting. We asked Dad what they ate last night and he detailed, like, six different kinds of sausage. Call me nuts but I couldn't eat MEAT all night long. Ugh.
Oh, and I spent about six hours cleaning my room. No, it wasn't THAT messy! I dug through and organized and threw old stuff out. I'm a total pack rat. I don't think I've thrown anything out in my life. Into a bulging garbage bag I was shoving those cheap plastic beads from like four years ago, certificates of good behavior from second grade, etc. It was a total disaster. At one point, I spouted an awesome line: "I am drowning in the remnants of my life." It was true, but I figured it was a good line, so I wrote it down. My room is so fresh and organized and awesome now! The theme I've got going on in there is best suited to be PERFECTLY NEAT. Which doesn't often happen. But it's been three days and it's looking much the same, but I won't say anything else in case I jinx it. I might be getting new furniture, as my set is teeny and unable to store my almost-teenager clothes.
I'm turning thirteen on Wednesday, which I'm hyped about. I want some fish. That sounds so weird when I say it, but it's true. Just, like, two exotic-looking (I can't trust myself with keeping a true exotic fish alive) goldfish in a small fishtank in my room. It'll add to the lights and candles of zen in my room. I also want a few books, a new bag, and an iTunes card or something.
Lots of people my age want a cell phone, but to be perfectly honest, I don't. I mean, I know I wouldn't use it often. In theory, a "teenager" could have a phone, in my world, but 13 is still too young, I think. Also, none of my best friends have a phone. Who would I call? My mom? I want to get a phone at about age 15, maybe 14, or whenever my BFFs get phones. Otherwise there is no point to having one.
"The Choice" by Nicholas Sparks is the best book I've read in a long time. READ IT.
And that's all, folks. By da way, I'll try to post timbits of Miriam's Isle soon.


Lexi said...

I would TOTALLY eat meat all night, in my beaver skin coat.

(That was a poor lie.)

I really hope you have a good birthday!! No! I KNOW you will have a good birthday. And you never know when you'll need a phone, though. Like, if you are wandering the streets and get mugged by the Jonas brothers. You'd need a phone then, to call the zoo.

GAH!! I'd better get a phone now!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

YES. Miriam's Isle! Can't wait!
Welcome to the horrid world of being a teenager. Okay, not HORRID, you won't notice it for a bit, but I'm only fourteen and i feel the full teenager weight already, so prepare yourself.
I agree, cell phones are piontless. Did you know scientists don't know the long term effects from them!?
Psh...I went on the computer to get Vivalida in sheet music for my guitar and ended up being sucked by your FASCINATING blog!! O.o

Steph said...

I'm fifteen and I don't have a phone because I don't need one. What I think is; hey, our parents didn't have phones as kids.
I love your blog. Especially your 'endangered animal of the day'!


Steph said...

Hi! In answer to what you asked on my blog, I'm an aspiring author and book blogger. I'm only fifteen, so I'm not a publisher or advertiser.
And I just got in this morning from some crocodile-wrestling and started cooking the dingo I caught. Good tucker... kidding! Actually, I have eaten emu. But no, I live in a very sophisticated city (I wish!) called Melbourne.

jckandy said...

Coolbeans. I'll hafta check back