Hooooraaaaaay I'm an adult!
Yesterday, I partied hard with my girls and got turnt up at the movie theaters by watching the movie Frozen. Yes, the Disney movie. Yes, the PG rated one.
Okay, seriously though, it was beautiful. I was practically in tears the entire movie, and it's not just because I'm an emotionally unstable person. The movie was jam packed with feels about sisterly love and, being a sister, I think the movie displayed the sisterly bond perfectly.
I won't spoil it, but I will say bring tissues. (Because, really, you will cry. Unless you're a rock. Or a Canadian.)
Okay, anyway, so after messing up my eyeliner and wasting a couple of Auntie Anne's napkins, we all collected over my house so I could open my presents. Luckily, I didn't get any pots and pans from my friends, because, unlike my parents, they know how I am in the kitchen.
I got a lot of nice things from them, including nail polish, a key cover, a tea mug, tea leaves, a really sweet card, and, you know, other "what a girl wants" things. Anyway, after we hung around awhile, everyone went home, and my dad drove me over to my friend's house where I unexpectedly (and happily) spent the night. After many good hours of tea time, a yummy dinner, and teen wolf, we slept on the floor. It was a great birthday; I really enjoyed my entire day.
So how did I spend my first day as an adult? By doing adult things, of course!
I renewed my license, so I wouldn't be illegal anymore. I bought some clothes with my birthday money, bought a really (really, really, really, really) late Christmas gift for my friend, applied for a job, and did laundry.
Advice for today: Don't let laundry pile up.
So my birthday is tomorrow and I'm turning into an adult.
I mean, age-wise. It will probably be awhile until I am an "adult."
Seriously, I feel like (and look like) I'm still 11. And adulthood is coming at me like
Last year on Thanksgiving I made a big list of everyone I knew and thanked them each for something. I was going to do this again, but almost all of them would be the same as last year.
Instead I'm going to talk about my parents a little bit, since they've surely had a bigger influence on me than anyone else.
A lot of the good habits I have today, which essentially define who I am, come directly from my parents. They managed to steer me away from TV, drugs, and alcohol in such a way that I never considered rebelling by indulging in these things.