Monday, May 17, 2010

i love sum sum. very much.

My definition of Summer...

Oh my Hannibal Lecter! (That is a new phrase I just invented. Pass it on.) It feels like SUMMER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! gfkadjidfjicjewirj 4iek jdiorjdfkfajkldfjkalj. I am overjoyed and can't contain myself. We have a day off of school today and there is morning wind. WAH! I love morning wind! I can taste summer. I really can. Last night, my bff jill, Mary and I went on a walk and then laid out on my lawn, gazing at the 4 or 5 stars in the sky talking about lovely, lovely life. (I'm a fan.) I even feel like working at the water park again because despite the angry patrons who like to vent on the lovely slide dispatchers, the water park was the epitome of summer. And also, the sun is out till 8 or 9! Yahoo mountain dew! (I do not own that phrase- that one is my Aunt January's. Still pass it on.)

Why am I crazy about summer, do you ask? Well that's easy! I love sum-sum for many reasons. First off, there is no school. And school is a drag. Let's face it. I mean, yes, it has it's moments but rarely. Second, I love to stay up late and sleep in late. That's kind of impossible during the school year. Third, I have no obligations from May 29th - August 17th. mmmmmmmmmm. Except- I do need a job. False. My parents aren't making me get a job, but I feel like I need to because frankly, college is not going to pay for itself. So there. Any one know of anywhere AWESOME to work? But really... do you?

Today I am going on another date. DUN DUN DUN. You can read about part's 1, 2, and 3 with my handsome friend, Stuart , if you so desire. This time, we are going CANOEING! 'Jenna, why is it in caps?' 'I want to show my excitement for CANOEING.' And I'm excited. I'm excited to have a hot dog before, I'm excited to smell like sun screen, and I'm excited to wear my bathing suit because you don't wear your bathing suit in the winter. You just don't.

Welcome Summer. I love you.

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1 comment:

  1. I love this post. Summer is such a wonderful time.

    P.S. I will forever love your new phrase "Oh my Hannibal Lecter!"