Wednesday, December 16, 2009
I know what you're thinking. And yes, I know that I have been terrible about blogging. Well if it does any good, I *have* been fairly busy. Well, fairly may be putting it lightly. I have been *very* busy and I'll leave you to guess what I've been busy with. *cough* Okay, so the library has been a very frequented place lately by yours truly. I don't know why (maybe it's the coldness on my part of the earth at this moment in time.) but winter tends to get me reading more then usual. And if you knew how much reading I do *usually* you'd really understand what a big statement that is. *cough again* You anti-bookworms probably can't relate, but books are one of the best things in life. One of the *very* best things. I amore them.
Anyway, moving on. Dad's 50th Birthday was Monday. We had a surprise party for him on the Saturday before that. He was completely sorprendido (a.k.a. shocked.) and not expecting a bit of it. I love it when we get away with stuff like that. You know? Dad's usually are pretty hard to keep secrets from. But it was successful and we were very happy. I hope we communicated in the party, just a little bit, of how much we love him. He's wonderful.
Sometime before that (Okay, in November.) my sister Tiffany was proposed to by Ben Hector and they are officially engaged to be married. Let me tell you, those of you who've never had a sibling get married, it's one of the strangest and most difficult things. Well, for me anyway. Tiff's my best friend and I'm very contento for her. So join me in wishing her congratulations! :) Or you can just go tell her so yourself on her blog, www.itsthesimplethings.blogspot.com
So I finally saw "Penelope". I'd always heard people raving about it and I'd never actually gotten around to seeing it when everyone else did. (Maybe I was too busy reading...) But I finally watched it and was very enchanté. It was adorable and sweet and funny. All that a Chick Flick should be. *smile* So, go watch it if you're like me and haven't yet.
I know that more has happened, but I can't seem to recall much of it at the moment. Well, besides the things I've already told y'all, that is.
In closing, I hope that each of you have a Merry Christmas season. Oh, and I will try and blog more often.