“You have a dead bug in your ear” “Oh, thanks”

So I just got back from Montana. Well, like 36 hours ago, but whatever.
It was very nice to be with family (especialy Seamus) for such a long period of time.
I felt fat and sassy throughout the entire ordeal (except for the freeze-dried food.. that no make you feel sassy).
Seamus and I decided that waiting for me to complete my Bachelor’s (2.5 years including this one) and then law school would take FAR too long. I will now be killing myself at school full time (including summers) and then moving to Seattle for law school. Love me while you can guys, I’m hoping to cut a whole year off if I can.
I feel rejuvinated and fresh. Mm Mm.
Since I’ve gotten back, a tire has popped and we may have to replace another two. Woo-hoo. That’s ok though.

So the mountains were bigger than I remembered.
Seamus lugged two bottles of wine 7.6 miles so we would imbibe good wine at Granite Park Chalet. It was fabulous.
Dad made fun of Bush A LOT.
It was good to see my sister, Jessie. We did crossword puzzles together.

Blah blah blah blah.

Glad to be back.

The end.

5 thoughts on ““You have a dead bug in your ear” “Oh, thanks”

  1. Yay! You’re back! I gotcha Gencon badges!

    Thus was my director’s reply: “Can they help us fix our make-up and
    costumes right before the performance? If they can do that then it is very
    easy to make them crew.”

    So that’s your misson, should you choose to accept it. In exchange you get free passes, and an escort of scantily clad men and women with ridiculous hair. It’s going to be awesome to have a small mob of bellydancers and cybergoths and various permutations of the two careening around Indy.

    So yeah…I should probably get yours and Corey’s email addresses so I can send you stuff about carpooling up and whatnot. You can reach me at unsinkable(dot)molly(at)gmail(dot)com. We’re dancing from 3-4 pm that day, so we’ll probably head up to Indy earlier in the afternoon to have time to roam the con before we go onstage, but that’s about all I know right now.

  2. Welcome back!

    Hey there! Glad you’re back. I’m happy that you seemed to have had a good time on your trip. I heard that Corey missed you terribly, as did all of us at 632. I can’t wait to see you and Corey, we must have a dinner party again soon. Much fun. Thanks for adding me, by the way.

    I’ve got some sweet Canadian honey waiting for you.

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