Thursday, February 24, 2011

Field Trip to the Bunny Hill

Yesterday was a tough day, but I am feeling a tiny bit better.  Even without the proper password, Clint was able to access my sister's blog and save it all the way back from May, 2010.  I'm still hoping to get the rest, but we'll see.  It is just way too much history to have permanently flushed simply because of someone's insecurities. 

Complete change of subject, but I'm going skiing tomorrow!  Well, "weather permitting."  According to tomorrow's weather report, it's supposed to start snowing in the mountains by 3:00 (I originally typed  "'s supposed to start 'painting' tomorrow by 3:00...." Clint needs to stop talking in my ear about painting).  Tomorrow's skiing trip is a complete impromptu thing.  During lunch yesterday, one of the teachers I work with, Mr. A., asked me out of the blue, "Hey, do you and Clint want to go skiing on Friday?"  Of course I said, "Sure!" because I tend to agree with something first, then question the wisdom of my decision later.  We're actually going with our school's Ski and Snowboard Club, and it's all expenses paid for a total of four chaperones, so I'm not really seeing a downfall to this plan.  Well, except for the fact that I have only skied one time in my life, and I never left the bunny hill.  And the fact that I don't have any of the proper clothing/attire.  And the fact that I still have to go to work tomorrow (we're not leaving for the mountains until after school).  Okay, so besides those, there are no downfalls.


  1. Glad some of it was rescued, it's hard to lose everything.

    Have fun on your field trip to the Bunny Hill. If someone asked me to go skiing, I'd probably think they were trying to do me in... I'd break my neck trying to ski and I hate the cold! Besides, once you've seen 'Frozen,' there's not coming back from that. :P

  2. That was SO incredibly sweet of Clinton. I love you guys so much!

  3. Kristyn, it's really strange but I swear you don't feel cold AT ALL when you're actually out there skiing. I don't know if it's because we were wearing all of the snow gear, or if it's the exhileration keeping you warm, but I never once felt chilly. And this is coming from someone who is a huge wuss when it comes to cold weather...I'm like a wimpy chihuahua.

    We love you too Shan!!


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