I am seriously pysched! The day after tomorrow, Monday, I, The Authoress shall be departing for summer camp! This is the first time I have actually gone so I'm super-excited yet scared at the same time. I don't know if anyone there will talk to me, I won't know anyone there but my older siblings. What made things more nerve-wracking was when my little sis came home with an injury. I've been praying that I won't goof up and end up hurting myself...truth be told, the idea of landing in the hospital terrfies me! But I know, besides my siblings I will not be alone.
I am nearly done with "The Red Siren"! You see, while I have been preparing for camp, my mom has rushed me to finish "The Red Siren" before I leave for camp, see it's a library book. So yeah. I'm surprised at myself. I do say so myself this book has been very exciting. But it's only the first in the Charles Towne Belles series, so I've got a long way to go.
I managed to get some packing done. I am using the same red duffel bag my little sis used for camp. I've fitted everything in it: My new red swimsuit, swimsuit cover-up, towel, clothes, my pink flashlight, my pink notebook(yes I obviously like pink, lol) along with a pen, bugspray, sunscreen, ponytail holders, nail polish(yes I cannot go anywhere without it), and a couple of books. I am also bringing good ol' Clifty dog to keep me company.
Among my list of things I've done today, I got to watch Disney's "The Little Mermaid" today(I have convinced my mom to rent Disney movies thru Netflix, knowing the freak I am). I forgot how much I loved that movie. It's my favorite next to "Beauty and the Beast", "Mulan", and especially "Tangled". Ariel is so pretty! I seriously love the way her hair moves in the water. At the part near the end when she said "I love you daddy" to her dad, I nearly teared-up. That part has always been touching to me. On my wedding day years from now, I want to hug my dad and say the same thing.
I need to run along now. Pip pip cheerio!
Here’s the news story:
“When Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, touched down at Calgary Airport yesterday, 6-year-old Diamond Marshall, her little head bald from her battle with cancer, ran up and threw herself right
into into her royal idol’s arms.”
I found this news story truely touching, this is the type of news they need to show nowadays. If you know anyone suffering from cancer or any other disease, share this story with them. Give them a hug to let you know they care as much as Princess Kate did for this little girl.