I really like this blog

…and should use it more. If I can get people to look here more than my xanga, it would make life considerably easier. Thanks again, Ted, for setting this up for me and letting me use it for so long. I remember back in Junior high, I’d give people the address and say “Ted set it up for me.” A lot of them would give me a meaningful look and a grin. “Te-ed? Who’s Ted?”
“He’s my cousin, what’d you expect? Go jump in a lake.”
Kids these days.

Church was nice today. I enjoyed having someone else to do the overheads. Last week, when it was just Dad and I and Jody, I got stuck with them at the last minute, and kept messing up. Someone told me after church that they heard me go “augh!” in the middle of one of the songs. I just grinned sheepishly.

I haven’t got much to say…I finished writing Mire a four page letter (seven sides, beat that! :P ) with some help from Than, and we’re sending it off to the Czech Republic tomorrow. Should be good fun. I loved being at Peniel last year, and getting all sorts of letters from Europe. Gene, the guy who delivered them to staff and campers, was increasingly taken aback by the large number of letters from Denmark.

9 Comments

  1. Ted Said,

    July 6, 2006 @ 9:50 am

    Hannah, I can hook you up with a plugin for Wordpress (the software that runs this blog) that would automatically repost everything you put here on xanga as well, if you’re interested…

  2. Hannah Said,

    July 6, 2006 @ 11:18 am

    Thanks, Ted. For now I think I’m happy with them staying seperate- but if I change my mind, I’ll let you know. :)

  3. Krissy Said,

    July 8, 2006 @ 9:48 am

    I know, I find it kind of annoying how I feel like I can’t even talk about my friends who are guys anymore without people taking it the wrong way. =P (Rabbit trail alert here) I was at the park yesterday with my nephew Keegan, and it suddenly struck me as odd that society wouldn’t let teens do stuff like play on a playground, right as they are reaching their prime in being able to do stuff on it. When I was little, we would always play games, trying to get from one side of the playground to the other without touching the ground and so forth, and since I was the littlest I would always have trouble with it, etc etc. Now that I’m big and can do more daring feats and so forth, society won’t let me.
    I have the feeling people will read this and go, “she’s nuts” Well, I AM! And proud to be so.
    About that 7-sided letter…I believe I win, with 12 sides in my letter to you. Although you are better at actually sending them…=)

  4. Hannah Said,

    July 9, 2006 @ 4:54 pm

    That’s a good point…I think the reason that older kids are usually not allowed to play on the playground is they often bully the younger kids, or scare them off. So it’s the teens themselves that make the rule necessary, unfortunately…I still love playgrounds!

  5. Ted Said,

    July 10, 2006 @ 12:20 pm

    Who lets society tell them what to do, anyways?

    – Ted, the nose-picking, gum-playing, super-farting, norm-bucking cousin

  6. Krissy Said,

    July 11, 2006 @ 7:39 pm

    True that, Ted….and Hannah! Good points both.

  7. Ted Said,

    July 13, 2006 @ 2:51 pm

    Hey Hannah! Go jump in a lake!!

  8. Hannah Said,

    July 14, 2006 @ 8:25 am

    *splash*

  9. Krissy Said,

    July 18, 2006 @ 6:36 pm

    ? Hannah, your family is great. =)

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