Anyone Out There?

As the title suggests, I occasionally wonder if there's anyone out there reading these posts. I mean, I know that Tayler is, and Earl, and my mom did because I asked her to, but I feel like that's not enough reason for me to continue with it. Now, now, don't fret. This is not an "I'm quitting the blog" kind of post, however much it may sound like one. I enjoy blogging, regardless of the amount of readers I may or may not have. 

As usual, I don't have a set topic today. But it's Christmas Day, and it's been a good'n I must say. I got a new suit coat, shirt, and pants: black, black, black. If I may say so, I look damn good in it too. I just returned from the family Christmas party. It's nice to be with family and friends. I think that a lot of people take their family for granted. Most of you are aware of my attempt to get my Christmas Spirit back, and I feel that I have succeeded. This is what I've learned: People think of Christmas Spirit as a lot of different things, and I don't think that there is any right or wrong idea about it. My personal opinion is that Christmas Spirit is about getting the family together and going out of your way to get things for and do things with the people who are most important to you. It's a really great holiday I think. It makes people do some crazy things sometimes (believe me, I've worked in retail and at the movie theater around Christmas time) but all-in-all it brings out the best. I want to thank my beautiful other half, Tayler, for pushing me to revive my dwindling Christmas Spirit. 

Okay, enough of the holiday talk. I am kind of disgruntled, ladies and gentlemen. For some reason I had thought that Winter Break was much longer than it really is. I mean here it is, the end of December, and I am going back to school in like two weeks. What? That flew by. Truth be told, I'm still slightly shaken by the end of my last semester...math killed me a bit, my friends. Part of me died that will never come back. I know that I'm a good student and I have nothing to worry about, but y'know how it is; sometimes things get to you that shouldn't. But going back to school isn't the biggest issue, it's just the fact that Tayler has to go back home. I've grown accustomed to a certain way of living, with my girl (and best friend) by my side for most of my day. It's going to be a real challenge to go back to my lonesome ways. But oh well, what can you do? Absence makes the heart grow fonder, right? Plus I've got classes with Jeffrey and Funky so I guess I'll live. 

Well I don't have any more today, but I'm cooking up a few new segments that should be fun. I'm trying to inspire a bit more interest in my blog in the hopes that more people will start reading it. 

Until next time,

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