Big Red

I am in Nebraska! So if you try to call me or something, I will not answer.

I wanted to give a shout out to Rob~ I am very glad you came to church. I hope you enjoyed it and that you will come back every week!

I will be here until Sunday night. Justin is here too, obviously. Why would I go to Nebraska without him?

Life…

…blows. Haha that was fun. No, it doesn’t blow that much.

Today was a pretty good day. I had chemistry lab first this morning, and it went pretty well. We measured water. OOO water.

I ate lunch. Shouldn’t have, but I did. I didn’t eat breakfast, so maybe I should have eaten lunch.

I am sorry my site keeps getting broken. It isn’t my fault 🙂 Justin is going to try and fix that I think.

Anyways. I must go to class here soon. So byebye.

Adopted

I haven’t updated in a while. I have had a lot of things going on.

I started school, which I will get to shortly.

The most important thing that I have been busy with is finding out that I am adopted. It was completely unexpected. As it turns out, my mom was only 17 when she had me and she was unable to raise me. My father was also unable to raise me.

My mother is an eskimo. I know what you are saying, "Amber, you don’t look like an eskimo!" I know I don’t, but my mom chose to be an eskimo, it wasn’t something she was born as. She was rebellious and ran away from her parents to Alaska. On her way she met my father, a pirate. There really are still pirates, we just don’t hear about them very often. She fell quickly in love and they became pregnant. My mother didn’t want to spend her life on a boat, and my father didn’t want to spend his in ice houses. So, they put me up for adoption, and that is how I landed here.

Second most important, as I said before, is school.

Chemistry, Psychology, Sex & Gender in Families, Family Policy, and Nutrition.

That is all for now!