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The depressing things a Mamma can say. :P

Yes. The other night, Mum told me three things that did not float my boat. They made me very dissapointed.
Number one she told me: I can’t be a Knight.
Number 2 she told me: I can’t go to Northern Ireland yet. (It may or may not be because of the money… :) )
Number three she told me: I need to go take my shower now. (And they may or may not have been, because it was getting late, and I still had to shower…)
Yes, a very crushing night that was for me. Man, a Mum can be rough ;)

Now on a serious note. (Oh wait. I wasn’t being serious? *shh’s Marrisa* (Hahaha, no one knows about Marrisa. Muahaha.)
Yesterday was our family get-together with my Mum’s Dad, his wife, my Mum’s two sisters and their familes. Well actually, one of my Mum’s sisters came by herself.
It was at Poppy’s (my grandpa’s) and a little crowded that it was. But the dollhouse (A dollhouse that is for small people) brought back many memories of playing that there :) Very fun!
I was too old to play it now though. Another grave thing.
I really didn’t talk much through the whole time. I talked to my Aunt Jennifer about school. And I laughed at some things. But really, I was quiet.
We left our house at 12:30 and got there about 2:00pm. They live near the cities. We didn’t leave till 5:30 or so.
At dinner, I sat by my Dad at the one table, across from my cousin, (Who used to be a very favourite friend of mine, for we played often when we were younger.) And then at the other table near by, sat my younger sister, and then my Mum, then the other peoples :)
So that is a very short telling of the tale of the time of the gathering ;)
MERRY CHRISTMAS! Oh wait… Christmas is past. ;)

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I am a 22 year old homeschool graduate who is passionately in love with my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I love writing, reading, knife/tomahawk-throwing, and letter-writing, among other things. :)

13 thoughts on “The depressing things a Mamma can say. :P

  1. I know what you mean. My friend and I were talking about that once, and how it sometimes makes it easier for one person to know that another has gone through the same thing, so that they can sympathize and what not.
    But just so you know, that day was okay. It wasn’t too bad for me really :) The post before this one, was a bad day, but I’ve gotten better! :P

  2. Thank you :) I actually looked up different ways to say exactly, – which was cool, because I found this neat site that translates anything you type in to the language you want :D
    And without knowing which language it was, we’ve said exactly the french way quite a bit here! Funny :)
    Danke!

  3. sounds like you had a pretty good Christmas! It’s nice taht you don’t have to drive too far! we drive for at least 10 hours to get to my Oma and Opa’s house! lol

  4. Yeah, it was pretty nice :)
    Oh wow! That is a very long way! Our other grandparents – not my Dad’s parents. My Mum’s Mom and her husband – live 4 hours away. We’ve looked at moving closer to them, because they need help with physical things. But God hasn’t showed us that it’s the right time yet. I wish He would though :)

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