Dear Blog (and any of our readers):
School is over. Christmas is past. And now it's 2008!
I ended up with much better grades than I expected, and an A on my English research paper. I think that A made me the most happy, because English is the class I stress most over, therefore work the hardest in, and at the end of the semester, its the class that turns out to be my absolute favorite. Strange.
Christmas was so good. Richard and I initially planned to wake up and enjoy a wonderful breakfast of pancakes, bacon, and eggs. However, when I woke up in the morning, I told Richard that I didn't want bacon. He replied, "And, I don't really want pancakes." But Captain Crunch sounded like a delicous breakfast for the both of us.
We opened our gifts after breakfast. Richard got a lot of DVD's thanks to all of the great sales at Target. And I got a kitchen knife set from him. Douglas got socks, and children's books. :)
Then we pretty much spent the rest of the day at my parents house, and the Heisses opening more gifts, eating lots of food, and seeing my cute nephew! Richard did likewise, except most of his time was spent playing Axis and Allies. Nancy Heiss was lucky to get Andrew out of the game when she did, because the game didn't officially end until the next day! Anyway, thanks for the games, and the presents, and the dinners!
Well, I feel like this blog is long enough, although I really could continue writing about things such as our baby who's due to land at our doorstep (hopefully not literally) in the next 6 weeks. I guess, I really have nothing much else to say about that except "Wow! That seems really close, and I feel hardly prepared." Richard and I attended our first prenatal care class on Thursday and he doesn't want me to go into labor, ever. So, I guess that is decided now. I'll just be pregnant for the rest of my life.