My dad just recently decided to grieve us all by suddenly moving to Norfolk, Virginia with no warning and no intention of ever coming back to us. I suppose it was warranted in that it was for a job, the only job that he could get since losing his old one at Fleet Bank. I'm awfully sad to see him go, he is the only commrade I have in my family and outside of the church. And now he's nine hours away. :(
I'm hoping, though, to go see him in the middle of January for atleast a weekend. It would be even better if while I was down there I cculd swing by the Georgian/No.-So. Carolina societies and visit with them since I've met none of them, except Tony.
So that's what I'm looking forward to.
Getting away from the cold ( I hear it's quite balmy down there now).
That's about all thats up with me, I'm enjoying the pre-end of school vacation that I designated instead of pre-end of school studying time :P Ed, Rocky and Sarah came over on Saturday night and we ate pizza, talked about family worship (do singles have family worship? and are they, even the women, heads of household?); annoyed my roomate I'm sure, and then watched the very long and disappointing Count of Monte Cristo. If you haven't seen it already i dont recommend it. I hear though that the book is much better, albeit about 800 pages. But anyway, it was good to hang out with them. Now that Sarah's here, I hope to hang out with her more often too (another girl my age! \:D/) We're trying to work out living together but it's not quite falling into place as hoped. My roomate wasn't really prepared to have someone come live with us immediately, also, we live about 45 minutes away from Sarah's new job, which would make transportation a semi-hectic situation. But I'm hoping to have her stay here and there as much as the roomate with tolerate. It'll be like having a sister again. :)
Thats all for now, I'm headed for the chat and some much needed catching up!