A montage of riveting happenings from Winter Break.
New Year’s brings about much change in many people’s lives, also reminding them what Jesus did for them: forgiving them and whipping out their sins. Out with the old and in with the new!
It’s down to the last days of Winter Break for me. I’m bummed, but I’m also already excited to go back to see my friends at school and start rehearsals for band tour. Since it finally snowed, I’m trying to do snowy activities before break is over. Today I went for a walk with a friend I’ve known since elementary school. more “Snow and Friends”
After finals were finally over and I got settled into my home again, my family decided that it was time to go see the beloved new Star Wars movie.
Now don’t get me wrong.. I love watching movies and going to the theatre, but I have never been much of a fan of this science fiction series. Unfortunately for me, my family decided to watch the previous three Star Wars movies before we went. I can’t say that I was fully engaged into the movies, but I did the best that I could.
When it finally came time to venture to the movie theatre, I was actually quite excited. My aunt had bought about ten of us tickets to the IMAX with 3D glasses. more “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”
Another Christmas has come and gone. Gift exchanging was particularly happy and successful this year. My mom squealed with joy at the soft, fleece Olaf blanket I gave her, so I feel like I did pretty well. The gifts I got will come in handy at school, so I thought it’d be good to share. more “Christmas Gifts”
Each year, I anxiously await for my absolute favorite day of the year: Christmas Eve. This year, I experienced the holiday in my new house and a new location. Despite all of the changes, I was thrilled to celebrate the day with my parents, brother, grandma, and uncle. One of my favorite parts about Christmas Eve is that we always celebrate with a very small group. Although I love my extended family, we always get together on Christmas day, so I am more than happy to have a quieter night before. more “Christmas Traditions”