Tuesday has arrived, and I’m a happy camper.
Yesterday was pretty much an amazing day, just as I’d hoped it would be. I only woke up at eight because my brother sneezed on the other side of the wall. I wasn’t angry, though it would have been the perfect opportunity to be. My dreams weren’t any good. I was fine with starting my day.
Go figure, the only reason I couldn’t get my phone connected to the Internet was because it needed to reset. All I had to do was turn it off and then on again. I was then able to download the oh-so-glorious Facebook app, which almost made my day.
I also downloaded the wonderful WordPress app, which is how I’m writing to you today. (Thats right! I can now work on my tan and write at the same time.)
I was very content to sit at the pool for four hours yesterday. It didn’t start out perfect, since all the chairs were full when we got there. But we waited, or maybe it was the way I batted my eyelashes at that lifeguard, and two chairs opened up. So I ended up getting my tan on after all. And I refrained from burning. Yay!
I’m going on about three hours of sleep right now. I didn’t know it was possible to be this tired. Yawn…I’ll try to further satisfy your entertainment needs as best as I can. That’s what Operations (my friends’ and my ultra slumber parties)4 do to you, though. They keep you awake for extended periods of time after consuming too much sparkling grape juice in one sitting.
I have to say, I’m disappointed with Kelligasm (name of Operation)’s final picture count. We’re known for taking hundreds and hundreds of pictures at these things. I’d be surprised if we reached 100. I haven’t dared to look yet. It’s just one of those unwritten rules we have, like the one where we have to take a picture of everyone’s feet together (I call them “foot pictures”). Now that I think about it, we didn’t do that either. Oh well.
We did, however, stay up until five in the morning talking girl-talk. That was an event to remember. So was the mini golf. And the cake.
If it rains today, I promise I’ll work on my novel for JulNo. I don’t have much time left.
Have a great one, and remember: don’t forget to smile when the cameras are flashing.
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