July in Review

31 Jul

Not going to lie, July’s been a pretty wack month, as far as months go.

I started off the month with a bang and a really nice car wreck. Driving down I-40 eastbound, my tire blew, and I ended up going across the median and two lanes of traffic before going airborne, landing, and snapping my wheels!

don’t worry, ladies and gentlemen, but you too can own a state-of-the-art HOVERCAR

All things considered, I’m a grateful little girl. From the people who helped me (thanks, tow truck bro, I know coming out at 11 PM wasn’t the funnest thing you had planned for a Friday) deal with the inevitable insurance madness to the sheer fact that I didn’t come out dead or maimed, I had a lot of things going for me. I’m usually not one for the “it could have been worse” route, but, come on guys…it could have been worse. And it wasn’t.

So, the car that I had only received at the beginning of the summer–my sweet little blue jet to Parts Unknown–said goodnight.

I spent the rest of the month at camp, which proved itself to be as enriching (and stressful) as ever.  Where else could I search for miscellaneous objects in a bowl of green pudding, robbed of the use of my hands?

there is only one correct answer

Since returning home, I’ve spent the majority of my days knee-deep in Law & Order marathons and the always-wonderful taste of meals made by my mama. I did some shopping (stay tuned for more news about that in a later post), got my hair done, and made up my mind to practice every day, which I’ve done pretty well with so far, despite wanting to find the corpse of George Friedrich Handel and set him on fire. I’m enjoying the air conditioning–y’all get back to me on being lazy when you just spent two months in 115+ degree temperatures. I’ve never been so grateful for being a little chilly.

T-minus two weeks until I make the trip back to school. Until then, you can probably find me watching Law & Order. Donk donk.



One Response to “July in Review”

  1. okiegrl July 31, 2011 at 7:26 PM #

    Amen to the air conditioning!! And I’m really glad the fear factor wasn’t as bad as it has been in the past. 🙂

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