I should have a bunch of time on my hands so I’ll write a post about what I’m doing over this glorious suspension of school.
Right after we got out of school (December 15th) we drove to Virginia for the weekend. Highlights of that trip include eating at my step-aunt and step-uncle in-law’s restaurant, playing 8-Ball on my phone with my cousin, the delicious food, and opening presents!
I got Super Mario Odyssey
which I would love to explore if I had a Nintendo Switch. If only there was a major holiday mere days away…
Our family celebrated Hanukkah in our own non-religious way. We made latkes and played dreidel! We also read a book by the author of A Series of Unfortunate Events entitled The Latke That Couldn’t Stop Screaming. Good fun.
Present day. Today me and my brother lounged about the house and tonight we are going out to dinner for pasta. So exciting, I know.
(Maybe)Going to hangout with my friends at a place where they serve soda and ice cream and waffles, though almost everyone cancelled. I wonder why anyone would have plans that weekend…
Christmas Eve! Our family tradition dictates on Christmas Eve we clean the house, go out to eat at Maggiano’s , bake cookies, read about one sentence of the Bible, open presents from family members, decorate the cookies for Santa, take our shiny new toys upstairs and (if you’re me) sit on our beds for 8 hours waiting to go downstairs before succumbing to a deep blissful sleep that is quickly interrupted by Eliot (my little brother) waking me to go get presents.
I will go downstairs and get aforementioned presents delivered straight from the north pole. after a couple of moments spend dumping out my stocking out I’ll probably wrestle with my brother for control over the best present (fingers crossed that it’s a switch). We also are going to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi which looks awesome!
December 26-January 9th
Video games, playing piano and guitar, and maybe hanging out with friends if I can put down the first two items on this list.
What are you doing for the holiday break? Lemme know in the comments!
And as I screamed when I found a used toothbrush under the tree on Christmas Day:
CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCChristmas TTTTTTTTime, is here