First and foremost, this was a different christmas because my brother chose to spend it with his fiance in maryland and not with the rest of us at home. That made me sad because last year I was in the hospital on christmas and he was also the only one who wasn’t with me then.
It was kind of a weird day because I didn’t get any toys. That sounds really selfish and babyish but what I mean is I got practical things like clothes for school and college interviews. I picked these things out(and wrapped them) so of course I loved them and appreciated them but I didn’t feel at all like “a kid on christmas”.
I know everyone always says ‘being alive>any material gift ever’(that was literally a facebook status I saw today) but that made me think way too hard. Obviously material gifts don’t matter…duh. But in the past year I know nine kids who died due to illness. I had the same illness as many of them but I’m basically back to normal now. Instead of being happy to be alive, I was sad for all the families I know who were having a melancholy christmas with a loved one missing. It makes me feel guilty in a way.
On that note…that’s about it. Sorry for taking up room on your dash with random personal crap but it was a pretty weird day. It ended nicely though with a round of mario cart wii:) If you get this far in reading, I’d love to hear about your day too!
Did anyone else think of how awkward it must have been to do the acting in this episode? First when the new parents were getting it on in the kitchen with three ghosts watching and then when Gabe was in the bedroom with Violet and Tate talking and making out like he wasn’t there.
But, you know what I’m really excited for? On the day American Horror Story comes back on I’m going to go back in my archive to this post and congratulate my past self on being patient. I’m excited just thinking about that day when I can say ‘good job kelsey!’