So its finally come. The break that all of us young scholars anticipate. The end of the semester! Now i can Finally rest. Knowing that i have gotten half of this year over with...and also knowing i have another half to go. Luckily i am an optimistic person, and look at the glass half full. In this case i look at school as half over. Good way of thinking. Makes me feel all warm in fuzzy inside. You know kind of like when your watching your cat play with a ball of string, or your child wobble down the hall....that feeling of accomplishment or just that feeling....that feeling of goodiness. Ahhh. there it is. The goodiness feeling. The kind where u can wake up that day and say "hey, today is going to be a good day, because i feel good, and no matter what anyone says or what happens, today will be a good day, because I'm in control". I love having confidence. And many days i wish i could have woken up with that encouragement. And this is the feeling i got as soon as the semester ended. But i find that no matter how much more time i get away from school, there is always still work and responsibility's to attend to. But i will say that these responsibility's are Christmas related. Well... some. I'm still managing to maintain a social level as well as fun and work. Like I said. Responsibility's call. Sometimes in a more... non working way. And as usual, always seem to be there. Well i hope everybody has a wonderful and joyous celebration of Christ's Birth and get that warm fuzzy feeling of, what was it...ahh that's right, Goodiness.
So school is comeing to its end of the semester (finally) And i have been working my tail off to get any extra credit and assignments doen before Finals. Which im not completly enthusiastic about. But to make things brighter... we put up our tree today. It's not decorated yet, but im shore that we will hit that up tomorrow. It was hand chosen by the head of our family. (Sir Big M.) Now it seems that every year when it comes time to put up our tree, it always seems to tilt, just ever so slightly. So slightly that we end up tieing it to the wall with fishing wire. TFinding the tree this year consisted of Big M and little M trugeing out into the wilderness and finding the ultimate Christmas Tree for the ultimate family. Which they then proceeded to bring home by snomacheine (NOT to be confused with snow mobile) There are no such things. Only to find themselves, having to chop 4 feet off to meet our needs. And now all that's left t do is decorate it with all the many ornaments recived from our very own g-ma, and once the tree is finished, only then will we worry about decorating the rest of the house. What a perfect way to end the semester. With the ultimate Christmas.