Saturday, May 15, 2010

Last Dorm Post

Tonight is my official last night in the dorm for the summer. Its kinda depressing but have found out just how much room there actually in in this room when Rooms and my stuff is gone. My only worry has, hopefully, been taken care of and I won't have to worry about. Granted,I worry about everything. But, sans that hiccup, I have stuffed my little camaro to the brim and vowed to bring half back and one day get a new car. If anyone just happens to have a large car that gets great gas mileage (like a honda fit) just laying around...hook a sister up! Haha
Hopefully, this summer will pass by quickly. It looks like I'll be able to chill out for a few days before heading to Kansas for a week to hang out with my mom and family there and go to my cousin's wedding. Somehow, still not sure how, I got signed up to do hair for the wedding with my mom and sisters. Pretty sure they'll end up delegating camera duties to me in the end. All in all, I'm kinda excited for the wedding cause she found a guy that treats her well and she loves him and they work well together. After the wedding, its back to Missouri for a summer full of work, work and more work. I'm looking forward to working and getting back in to the grove of full days. Might be playing a little bit on a softball team, definitely going to be riding more this summer.

So there it is, the last blog of the school year from the dorm. I'm going to try to not think about that so much so it'll be a little less depressing. Hopefully the next couple days driving won't be so bad. By the by, if you have my number and you're trying to find something to do between the hours of 8am and 9pm Sunday and Monday, you should give my cell a little ring. That's all! Have a good night folks!


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