i’m dissappointed by what the world has deemed “acceptable.” it gets worse everyday. obviously, the media is the biggest part of that, but it’s also those hippies in san fransisco.
now, i don’t approve of some of the things that have happened in the last couple of days, but i won’t discuss them anymore. but i will say i’m sorry for some of the things said; things could have been worded with less childishlyness (it’s an oxymoronical word, ironically). consequently, i’ve blocked some people.
oh, magical xanga world. i wish i could block people from being able to comment in everyday life.
i’ve gotten to meet some of our future aimers this weekend. i’ll put all their names on here soon so you can pray for them.
i’m really looking forward to getting to them (and you guys) better next year. i’m really close to this year’s class, but i can’t wait to get even closer with our class next year. RaShawn, Amber, (Amber’s mom), i’m really proud of you for the way you handled and advised the situation. Love you guys. and i’m proud of you too, Amy and Keely, for stepping up (better late than never). Love you guys.
love you guys (and girls–gender friendly version)
I’ll be going to Mexico soon. Yay. that sentence was worthy of capitalization.
i love going to mexico and spending time with aimers…so naturally, i’ll have an amazing time down there.
have fun in america. and brazil. (mexico and france if you two are reading this)
you know, it’s amazing how many people actually read this. there are the obvious people who read it and comment, but i’m always meeting people (like amber’s grandpa) and they’ll say “hey, i read your xanga all the time.” i don’t have a problem with that at all, i think it’s cool. chris johnson, a missionary in leon, mexico says he reads it. i thought that was cool. Hi Chris and Milton!
anyway, that was longer than i thought it would be.
have a nice week. i probably won’t update for a while. don’t cry for me argentina.