But I have noticed! (Duh.)
And, now, I get to tell y'all! FINALLY I'VE BEEN DYING TO TELL PEOPLE HOLY CRAP.
Drum roll, please...
My family is moving to Colorado! :)
Okay, YOU may not think it's a huge deal, BUTIDO. We have lived in the same place for about 13 years now. It's boring.
It's going to be below 110 degrees F in the summer!
We're going to be near ski resorts. I love snowboarding!
We're going to be out of
There's nothing wrong with Republicans. Honest. I lean Republican on some issues. It's Texan Republicans. Specifically Texan Republicans between the ages of 15 and 23 who only have those opinions because Mommy or Daddy told them to believe that.
THINK FOR YOURSELF!
Sorry. I used to be a lot more moderate. And I really wouldn't call myself a Democrat, because I don't agree with everything that party is for either. But for all those who said that traipsing off to Aggieland would make me a diehard conservative: hahawrongsuckers. If anything, attending TAMU has made me much more liberal, mostly because of aforementioned 15-23-year-olds who refuse to have an opinion that wasn't fed to them.
A-hem. Right. Colorado.
We're going to be near mountains where we can go hiking and fishing and snowboarding!
We may move into a cutesy little cabin!
Did I mention that I'm GOING TO GET TO SPEND MY WINTERS THERE, SNOWBOARDING EVERY SINGLE DAY?
I may get a Jeep (my little sports car + snow = BAD)!
This, by the way, TOTALLY counts for my #12. Because I'm not renting a cabin in the mountains to go snowboarding IF I OWN ONE. (And by "I," I definitely mean my parents.)
So, Colorado is where we're headed off to during my spring break. House-shopping and snowboarding and OH DID I MENTION THE BEING OUT OF TEXAS AND THE SNOWBOARDING?