It has come to this.
So, seeing as I'm turning eighteen in about five months, I finally reconciled myself to the fact that I really need to learn how to drive.
For most people, this is a good thing. Driving is fun! Right? Right?
People: I'm the girl who's terrified of the presser foot on sewing machines. (Like literally.... terrified.)
For me, the idea of driving is like:
only Gus runs like that..... don't know how he does it.
It doesn't really help that the car we learn to drive in is...... kind of..... well..... it's old! Okay?! It's old! It rattles and shakes and squeals and groans! It's rusty! It's embarrassing to be seen with! It's a total bomb!
But we believe that knowing how to drive a stick is a necessity.
So I will learn to drive in it.
In this bad boy.
This picture makes it look way more attractive than it is in real life.
I have killed it so many times. But hey ho. Once I'm competent and confident with it, I shall move to the automatic, which is nice... I will not be taking my driver's test with it. Thank heaven. =)
I made banana bread today. It was amazing, even if I do say so myself. Haha! So after dinner we had tea or cocoa and banana bread. And then, while I did dishes Amy took out my computer, and showed people her Pinterest boards. Most everyone crowded around to look.
I fear my nieces have lost any chance they had at ever being normal. They are already Whovians. Singing the Doctor Who theme song.
Poor little children, poooor little things! But seriously. That's cute stuff right there.
Also, I may have gotten my brother addicted to the Kid Snippets. Kid Snippets are absolutely hilarious.
This is for anyone who has ever helped a kid with math.
And now I shall awa'.
Thinks to do.
Books to read.
Worlds to save.
Swings to.... swing on.