What a crazy crazy weekend I had.
Friday, as most of you know, was the day of the HOME-SCHOOL prom.
Definition of Home-school prom: A night where a bunch of unsocialized home-schoolers get together and pretend to have social (and dancing) skills.
Note: For those of you who actually have social and/or dancing skills, you are a minority.
Home-school prom was such a new thing to our area, that it was on the news. Click here to see us in our home-schooled glory.
All in all, the prom was an absolute blast. We home-schoolers know how to have fun and don’t care who’s watching us while we do.
Friday night, I went to bed at about 12:30 AM ish.
Saturday morning, I woke up around 5:00 AM ish.
I was going hiking! DUH! What else are you supposed to do the day after your prom?
We (The ccCville youth group) hiked Old Rag Mountain. Don’t ask me who named it because I don’t know.
The first little bit of the hike was absolutely killer. My favorite part, though, was the rock scramble. It was so much fun. It was like a big giant puzzle… You had to figure out how to get from one rock to the next. The whole hike was completely worth it once we got to the summit. It was beautiful!
I sat down on the rocks. I looked out at the sky and the clouds and all the stuff that was so far away that it looked like it was from a world of little dolls. I wrote some poetry up there on the top of the mountain.
The hike was very very refreshing.
Sunday, I woke up on time. That almost never happens.
I got all ready for church. I headed out the door.
My sister-in-law, Lindsey, came to church with her little boy, Elijah and her brother Michael.
After church, Lindsey, Phebe, Jim, all of their offspring, Michael, and I picked up Sticks.(Haha that’s funny.)Not literal sticks… Sticks Kabob Shop makes yummy food.
After getting our food. We headed to Phebe’s house.
We ate our food, Jim bought polyester pants, Michael and I hung out, and we all just had a genuinely enjoyable time.
That was my weekend. Ta-da!