Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Heaven Protect Us!!!

Well, guess what? I got a call two nights ago from our youth pastor's wife, Cherie. And we're going to have a girl's night out and sleepover at their house. (Hence the title). It is going to be tomorrow night at 8:00. This is another break in my boredom. The last sleepover provided some interesting antics and pictures. If you want to see some pictures of it, you can check out Callie's blog. I have a link to hers (that works now), and you will probably find these pictures in her March archives. So tomorrow, watch out Titus and Cherie's house and furniture! You know not what lurks in when you aren't looking. Last time was very fun, and since Marjorie, Carolyn, and Tiffany are leaving us (starting moving next week), we had to get this last sleepover in there somewhere before they left. We're going to miss them! Most likely, they'll not forget tomorrow! Insert evil cackle>> HAhahaha!

Monday, May 28, 2007

A Little Break in the Boredom

Well, last night was a little break from the boredom. Actually, to be honest, I haven't gotten THAT bored yet. But anyway, I had a fun time last night. Last night, our family went to campmeeting at GBS. It was a really great service; I haven't seen one like that in a while. Then after service, I went to Amy Miles' house with Kyle and Belinda. We had a little refreshments and I learned how to play this game called Qwitch. It was pretty fun, even if I only won one game. After that, Kyle and I came home and changed and went back out. We went to Steak and Shake after midnight and met some of our friends. (Jamie, Dani, Mary, Belinda, Amy, and these other two guys that I didn't really know). At first, when Jamie got there, he kept on going on about how tired he was and that he would probably leave before we even got our food. He looked like he was about to collapse right there. However, never underestimate Jamie. By the time we got our drinks, Jamie was not tired. The best way I can describe the way he acted was a ADD ten-year-old who just had pop and candy. He was hyper, in other words. He proceeded to use the ten extra straws that the unsuspecting waitress had given us to shoot the wrappers at Dani, who was complaining that Jamie was being to hyper. Then he decided that these straws could be used for more than just the usual. He wanted to get in the Guiness Book of World Records. He attatched every single extra straw he had to make a really long straw. Then, with a lot of lung power, he sucked his water up this nearly four foot straw. He put more on then stood up. Then, he stood on the chair and drank. Then he began swinging the straw around trying to get the rest of us to try this craziness. So, Kyle stood up and did it too. The whole night was like that. One crazy thing after another. Dani was sooo embarrassed. Especially since Jamie kept referring to her as his wife and calling her honey and baby and saying "we can work this out, babe," and announcing to the restaurant (there was only one group there besides us), "I love this woman. This one right here." Of course, Dani was ready to leave after that. (This is apparently not the first time Jamie has done this.) Then we had this pepper eating deal. Not a good thing. Even water only helped temporarily. Then gum... ahh, sweet relief. I really don't know why I felt better after gum instead of water. In case you were wondering, about four or five of us ate these stupid peppers. It isn't as bad to eat it as it is to sit there five minutes later, and your tongue is still burning and water doesn't help. There were all kinds of crazy things that I could go on about, but I won't. So you see, I guess I'm not bored after all!

Saturday, May 26, 2007


I am already feeling bored! I'm hoping my brother and I can go to Ezra's graduation party, or maybe go over to Camp Metting tonight over at GBS. I have nothing to do! AHHHHH! Swallowed up in the black hole of boredom! Maybe I can go to the library or something. I don't know what I'm going to do with myself for the rest of the summer! Of course, Alabama youth camp is just a week from this Monday, the church picnic is on June 23 (also the day my aunt and uncle are coming back, and hopefully bringing my cousins this time), and Ohio youth camp is in July on the week of my birthday. This will be the 3rd year in a row that I haven't been home to celebrate my birthday. And I'm sure we'll have Vacation Bible School. But other than that, what do I do this summer? HELP!!!

Friday, May 25, 2007

I Got Dem Blues!

Ok, so maybe that's a little too dramamtic of a way to put this. But seriously, I'm already getting the blues! How will I live without all the crazy people I went to school with this year? Who will I laugh at?! Well, I guess my brother Kyle is always a good source for laughter. I seriously don't know what I would do without him. Probably go sane. Yeah, that's sane, not insane. You gotta stay crazy or else life can get too depressing sometimes.
Mamaw came home from the hospital today! Thank you if you were praying! Let's just hope that she's out for good this time!

Thursday, May 24, 2007

Last Day of School!

Ok, so I know this is supposed to be a happy time in my life. I've finished my junior year, and I'll be graduating next year and moving on to greater heights. But I'm going to miss all my great new friends from GBS that I won't see until next school year! I guess I will give everybody I can the address for this blog so they can keep in touch, or at least give my email out. I'm sort of sad about having to wait three months before I see all these great new friends again, even at the same time that I'm glad tomorrow is my last day of school.Anyhow......enough depressing stuff!
My aunt and uncle were just in Tuesday night. Uncle Russ had to fly out yesterday morning to London, but Aunt Carla spent the night again last night. She got to come and hear our high school choir sing at camp meeting. She left this morning to go back home.
Well, tomorrow I officially become a senior. It is hilarious to see us already becoming closer! We're already planning our senior trip, our fundraisers, and class colors for next year! It's kind of funny to see us already doing stuff like that, I guess, but it's really fun! We're planning on breaking tradition and going to Outer Banks, North Carolina for our senior trip. We've already planned one activity to do while we're there as well. We're going to go horseback riding on the beach! How fun is that! It's going to be neat for me because I've never been to the beach before. Well, I guess that's about all that's going on today for me. I can't say I lead a boring life, though. Ever since I started school at GBS, my life just seems to have gotten ten times busier.

Monday, May 21, 2007


Go Big Blue! Ok, so I know our basketball team isn't doing so hot right now, but it is our team. I am a loyal and dedicated fan (as you can probably tell by my background and title and all). Just thought I'd share a little True Blue enthusiasm with y'all. Enjoy!

Last Day!!!!

All right! Last real day of school! Of course, we have this stupid aptitude testing or whatever it is, but that doesn't count. Anyway, when I first started this blog and put myself down as a senior, Ezra and Esther told me I was lying. But after today, I'm technically a senior. So for pretty much everybody, by the time you will have even figured out that I will have a blog, I will be a senior. So anyway, this is the last official day of school. I have a Chemistry exam and a computer exam. SCARY! I'm keeping my fingers crossed. Rumor has that our computer exam will be very simple. I hope so, because we're having to redo our entire computer paper. But after this, I should have a fairly easy rest of the week! I hope so anyway, because my weekend was anything but easy!

Sunday, May 20, 2007

Hello Blog World!

Wow! Never really thought I'd be making my own blog, but here it is! I'm not one of those computer literate people, so this is all new for me. I had a post saved from yesterday, but this crazy blog wouldn't let me publish it today, so I am writing it all over again.
For those of you who don't know, I live in Burlington, Kentucky (the best place on earth). I also go to GBS, short for God's Bible School.
Last Monday was our Junior/Senior banquet. I took my pastor's son, Kenny Stetler. I would post pictures, but I don't have a digital camera. I do have pictures of it though. This awesome banquet we did for our Seniors took a lot of our meager account; therefore, the Juniors had to pay their thirteen dollars (even though we were supposed to go free). There was some agreement about this that I don't remember. This should give us 130 dollars back. Then, Saturday morning, we began a fundraiser for (obviously) more funds. This was probably the coolest fundraiser I've ever heard of, and useful, too. We got to be waitresses (our class that is, minus the two guys) at the Westchester Skyline. (Or Union Centre Skyline, whichever you prefer). I left ten minutes early from Skyline, so I'm not sure yet how much money we made. Working as a waitress was actually very fun, and I told the girls that I wish we really did have a job like that and all worked together. We had so much fun!! Friday night, I spent the night in the dorm with Rachel Crissinger and her roommate, Esther Gilley so that I could get a ride to Skyline. The next morning, we went to Skyline. Rachel drove, and she drove a stickshift which made Esther, Brittany, and I a little nervous. But she did a good job and got us there and back. My other friend form class, Tasha, left her cell phone in my purse at Skyline. I didn't know she had left it there, and we drove off with her cell phone! So she won't be able to get it until tomorrow at school. For those of you who know me well, I'm sure you know my grandmother has been in the hospital for some time. They released her Friday after about four weeks of being there, and unfortunately, they had to take her back last night. I had been at a youth get together in Dayton, Ky, and I had come back to Cincinnati to get my stuff at the Byers (where I left it after getting back from Skyline). Kyle had called and said that Dad had to take Mamaw back to the hospital, so Kyle was going to take me home. The road was detoured and we had to take a longer route home. We passed the ambulance as it was coming from Mamaw's. Poor Mom and Dad stayed with her until they got her a room and didn't get home until 7:30 this morning. Needless to say , we're all a little tired. If you remember, please pray for her!
This post is getting way to long, and I need to study for my Chemistry exam. It's tomorrow, and it's one of my last two. Just think, after tomorrow, I'm officially a senior! Well, got to go!