Monday, November 30, 2009

Turn Table.

So I drove my big cousin around today, and suddenly I got this flashback of sitting in the passenger seat of her [red?] convertible as she drove me down a brick street in Larned, Kansas. It was then when I realized that the youngest of the cousins was finally grown up, even though just a few days ago, she said she still felt like a kid. I think my reaction in my mind was, "What the cuuuuuss?" (Go watch the Fantastic Mr. Fox. George Clooney is awesome even as a fox.)

This past week was probably one of the best weeks I've had this entire year, and the fun just keeps on going. It was one of those weeks where you just gotta soak in every moment and live it up. I am surrounded by the people I love and couldn't ask for anything better.

There's still a lot to look forward to...
-Starbucks run with Rachel.
-Tamale Making.
-Shopping, My materialistic side has been stifled, and I like buying presents..
-BIRTHDAY. Disneyland, here I come.
-This semester finally being over.
-More friends coming home.
-Potential trip to San Francisco?
-Movies! Sherlock Holmes and Alice in Wonderland.

I have nothing philosophical to talk of lately...
I refuse to fully acknowledge the Christmas music on the radio until my birthday has passed. I will not let it be overwhelmed by Christmas. I refuse.


Silly Love Songs said...

hanging out with sarah kimmmm :]
miss youuu!

d said...

Oh the memories! It was brick-red, much like this one. It's funny because while you were driving us around, I was marveling at how it was that YOU were the one driving. Cousinly minds...

The littlest cousin is now indeed grown up, and what an amazing person she is! I'm excited for all of our grown up adventures. Though mustn't ever lose that childlike wonder.