Today something happened that I thought I would never have to go through again. I got a splinter. Now not just a splinter that stuck out , was prominent and easily removable, no. This splinter dove right in underneath my nailbed. This splinter happened when I reached into my new bamboo-like beach bag to grab my wallet and stuck my finger smack dab into a sharp piece of the bamboo like material. I tried for hours to get it out, I even asked for tweezers at CPK, that was the extent of suffering I was in ( by the way, they have huge ones there). To no avail, the satanic wood chip remained lodged into my fingerip. Tonight when I came home, I had had enough. I clipped my fingernail down to an un comfortable length, and with shaky hands. and a sweaty brow, I snagged it and pulled it out. It doesnt look scary or painful once it is sitting so innocently on my counter, but I know the pain it causes.
I have a picture, uploading is not going so well, maybe later.
So if you are lucky enough to be a saddleback/IVC student you would know that this week is spring break 2007. I believe, that the weather could not be any nicer. My spring break activities hae thus far, been filled with lots of sun, outdoors and friends.
So far I have
Laid out at the community pool
Rode bikes around Newport/Balboa with B, and then ate a delicious meal at Rubys
Cleaned out my room
Done some laundry
Disneyland with friends and B
Art show which was awesome
Friday I will camp out with everyone important and lovely in my life.....
And now I am about to go lay out some more with my good friend Sarah...
Heres to sunscreen and frozen lemonade by the pool.... CHEERS TO SPRING BREAK 2007
Last night was a blast from the past... and it was so much fun. My three best friends and I were miraculously all in the same town, at the same time, and so we did what any group of best friends would do, we had a sleepover! Now granted, we all work, and go to school and try and manage a social life, so when we finally got together at 10:00pm, we all were a little tired. But we managed to sneak in, cookie making(well, Sarah and I sat on the couch like Grandma and Grandpa Joe and let Jill and Amanda do all the work), TV watching ( without a trace, lame episode, but still fun to watch) and of course... what sleepover would be complete without a good solid session of talking about our boyfriends on the couch for 2 hours. Though the night was not anything spectacular in it's activities, it was such a treat to have all the girls that I love and cherish on one couch all laying on top of each other falling asleep.
I love you all... 7 years of friendship and counting...