I technically started my blog yesterday, even though it was only about an hour ago. This quote applies to a situation that put me in a very bad mood: "Beggars can't be choosers". I don't want to take the time to research whoever said that first, but thanks anyway, anonymous person. Someone asked me to do something for them, and then complained about it, so I took whatever I did back. They tried to do this their self one time, and it looked horrible ^.^. Enough with my ranting, that just made me very upset because I spent a lot of time on it.
Tomorrow is the eve of Christmas Eve. In just a few days, Christmas will be over. I don't like seeing Christmas leave. Just like someone else who's name I am unaware of said: "All great things must come to an end". Before that time comes, I must cram in as much Christmas movies, songs, and sight-seeing as I can. Believe me, I can cram in a lot before the 26th.
I am 75% sure that I am teaching my friend, Hannah, how to use some editing software tomorrow if her dad allows this to take place. I don't know how long it might take, but we will be troopers and battle the software together. Actually, I have already battled the software; it's her turn now.
Before starting this last paragraph, I asked myself, "Will, why are you typing this much for no one to read?" To answer that question, it keeps me occupied, and one day I might have a few more blog followers that would possibly want to read my first few blog posts. You gotta start somewhere! I'm going to try to include a photo with every blog post, just to keep it interesting. This photo may or may not be relevant to what I'm blogging about, just to prepare my one follower for the randomness. It's 12:30 AM now and I most likely have to get up early in the morning and stack lumber even though I could get by just fine without doing so. I told my step dad not to wake me up, but he probably will anyway. Goodnight, follower! Merry Christmas! I will most likely be blogging again at the end of the day.
Taken out of a plane window on
the way to Washington DC.
Prettiest sunrise I have ever seen.