So, I am back at school after my spring break.
My mom, my friend Rhonda, and i travelled five hours to Robber's Cave State Park. While we were there, Rhonda and I went hiking on the trails and cliffs. the weather was beautiful, and the lack of homework was highly appreciated.
We returned on Friday, and the wiind began to roll in. The cooler temperatures began to drop, as the rain started falling. In the next few hours the rain turned into snow. Two days before, the temperature was 74 degrees.
Eight inches of snow later, I began thinking that maybe I would get a snow day out of this. I was sadly mistaken. It melted just enough that I was able to make it back to my college. Although I was thrilled to see my boyfriend kyle again, I was not ready for the continuous amount of homework and tests.
It is the first Wednesday back to school and instead of doing something actually productive, I am writing this blog.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
As of today I am twenty years old. I have gotten many texts, cards, wall posts, and gifts already and the day just started.
Tonight my mom is coming up to my school so that we can have dinner with some of my closest friends. After dinner around nine or so we are having a party! We are playing games such as spoons, Uno, charades, eating way too many sweets and watching a movie. Yay! It will be a lot of fun!
This may sound bad but when I think of my birthdays I do not remember the gifts that I received from my friends and family. I remember the great time that we had while celebrating!
One of my friends asked my boyfriend if gifts were expected for the party tonight. When I saw the text it just dawned on me that I have never expected gifts for my birthday other than from my mom. I would much rather my friends getting together and having fun. Sometimes that is the ultimate gift you can give.