Preguntas de Sara:
What was your absolute favorite thing about 2012?
What was your not so favorite thing about 2012?
Well, I wasn't super fond of getting some kind of stomach yuck in Italy. Then again, I was in Italy, so it wasn't all bad.
What are you most looking forward to about 2013 (aside from VidCon and our road trip, if you’re going)?
Hmm, that's a good question. Well, Catching Fire comes out this year, as well as the next Hobbit movie. And the new Star Trek...mmm, Benedict Cumberbatch. Oooh, and The Madness Underneath is out in February. The Oscars...Wait, you probably mean things in real life...Well, obviously the road trip. And I'm exciting that Jill is going to Harlaxton. And Victoria is in Spain. Amber and Shelby will be graduating, and Shelby and Jessica are going to Honduras. Then Shelby's marrying Brian and moving to Haiti. ;) lol jk.
Also, my cousin Lindsey is getting married for real! I talked to her last night, and I think the wedding is going to be really cute. Also, there has been mention of a Scotland mission trip this summer, and it would be spectacular if I could go. I really need to get a job...Oh, and I'm strangely excited for Rachael's birthday, just to throw that out there.
Plus, I'm just excited to spend another fantabulous year with you guys! After last year, it's honestly very hard to believe I could ever top that, but my goal this year is to make it the best year yet!
If you could make your break from school last forever- the school year would just never start and you would never grow up and graduate and face real life, just hang out and chill and do whatever it is you do during break- would you? Why or why not?
I actually don't think I would. I get bored. I mean, I'd have lots of time to do stuff like write and watch Netflix. But that means I'd never graduate! I'd never finish anything. And no real life means no marrying Benedict Cumberbatch. So that's out. Plus, if it's specifically Christmas break, then definitely not, because most of it takes place after Christmas when it's just cold but there's no more Christmas cheer. Summer break would be a bit more tempting. I might consider making that last forever.
Would you rather have said infinite time during Christmas break or summer break? Or some other obscure break from the semester?
SUMMMMMERRRRRRRRR!!! I wish the sun would come back!!!!!!
Why won’t it snow?
What did you like and dislike about our blog project this past year? Is there anything else you’d like to change, aside from what we’ve already discussed (assuming we’ve discussed said changes by the time you’re answering this)?
Like: It's an awesome idea. It really helped me stay in touch with you guys while I was gone, and I loved that it forced me to write every week. I'm not the best at keeping journals, so I was really grateful for the accountability so I was prompted to write out a lot of the details of my overseas adventure not only so you guys could read about it, but also so I could remember it later. I also loved VEDA. It got us used to vlogging and I think it helped with our YouTube channel. Question Tuesday was obviously another favorite of mine, as was Disney Week. Something I'd change, in fact--which we have discussed but not decided anything--is to have more themed weeks like Disney week.
Dislike: Well, some days lost bloggers, which was disappointing but understandable. Oh, and I also disliked the controversy over what to use the Etc. section for. I'm still not sure what we should do with it. lol
Would you rather live in one city of your choosing outside of the United States, but be too poor to travel, even to visit your family and friends, or live here in Bowling Green and be able to travel anywhere within the country?
Aww, I'd almost say I'd live in London. After all, "when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford" according to Samuel Johnson. But the visiting family and friends thing seals the deal. Be happy, I like you more than London. I'd pick BG. At least I'd get to travel around here. :P or should I say "p (Sara will get it, I hope).
IN OTHER NEWS:
- Slight breach in security...if you count someone I know discovering our blog, which is on the internet for all to see. Donald, if you're reading this like you promised not to do, please leave a comment below.
- Lost my keys...in case you haven't heard. They're somewhere in Wilmore. Possibly in the den of rabid animal. That's about the only place they could be. If you see any skunks wearing lanyards, lemme know. Thanks.
- I've watched a couple of episodes of Elementary (you know, the CBS knockoff of Sherlock?) while I've been home on break. My dad likes it. I was very skeptical, though. At first I was kinda like this. But then I was more like this. But then tonight. Tonight's episode! I'm just saying. I approve. :)