Tag Archives: lists

My Pet Peeves.


I don’t claim to get along with everyone and I don’t think that everyone likes me. But I typically think, that bar my period and a few days where I don’t get enough sleep, I am not that tough to get a long with and I can get along with the majority of people. I found some qualities in people who do bug me. With the exception of the first one, (which will make me utterly violent. Like I will take away your ability to parent children if you catch me on the wrong day.) I can be okay with these things if you had one of these qualities. It’s just when you couple them together. And these apply for people I don’t know well. If you violate this list, to many times, you won’t get to know me well.

1. Do not call me Meg. There is only a handful of people in the world that can call me Meg. And don’t assume that since you have known me for years, you can call me Meg. If I flinch when you say it, to soon. We’re very serious in my family about names. My brother is NEVER Matty (one time I let it slip because I had a classmate we called Matty and Mom backhanded me) and I am very rarely am Meg. If my immediate family, that has known me for 25 years, doesn’t use the shortened part of my name, you shouldn’t either.

2. If I give you very short answers, with little to no eye contact, stop trying and walk away. I obviously have a lot on my mind or need coffee or am trying to pay attention to something else. No matter what is going on and I’m not very attentive, just walk away and if I get done and am willing to talk, I’ll find you. I promise.

3. Don’t act like you know everything. On the off-chance you are God and you do know everything, be humble. It’s

4. Don’t overcompensate the laughter. We laugh in my family, we do. But we’re not hearty laughter. So when you come in and you have this big laugh and you laugh to loud and way to long, it bugs me. I don’t care if you’re a loud laugher, just don’t over do it.

5. Act your age. There’s a time and place and age for you to sit and play games on your phone. Don’t do it during a function when there’s a lot of people not playing games. Don’t do it after like age 10. I know I didn’t have the video games growing up, but I wasn’t allowed to separate myself and read. I had to mingle, be a good hostess.

6. Don’t just give me your opinion. If I want you’re opinion, I’ll ask for it. If I’m talking to someone and I’m asking their opinion, don’t assume I want your opinion. And if you do give me your opinion, don’t be rude and interrupt. Have manners. Manners count, I promise they do. I am also not the smartest person but I am intelligent enough that when I’m talking to someone and you’re standing there I get what they’re saying and you don’t have to reiterate what they say. I can handle small words.

Maybe it’s because I’m crabby because I have meetings tonight or just because I’m tired. Holidays wear me out and I barely do anything during them. I had 3 days at home to recuperate from Thanksgiving and I couldn’t get my shit together. I am a disappointment. I had to drag myself out of bed this morning. But there’s a list. If we ever meet in person, keep this list in mind.


I Did some Analyzing.


Yesterday I mentioned that I got invited to the elementary school teacher’s birthday supper. I was nervous because she was the only one I would know. I can recognize her roommates but that’s about it. So I show up and her and her roommates are sitting there and I go give her the card and get introduced to the roommates. I didn’t know how much alcohol there was going to be so when the lady came I go “I’ll just do water for now” I should have drank. After everyone showed up here’s how it stood. 7 teachers, 1 museum manager, 1 physical therapist and 1 dental hygienist. I think the music teacher thought I couldn’t handle teachers so she mentioned how I was around teachers like 3 times. I really don’t care. Half of my friends in college were education majors and the other half were nurses. I can deal.

Unfortunately for the blog, only one funny story and it’s not Megan related. The music teacher was going to get a steak. She had never ordered a steak before, she’s had steak but it was always made for her by someone she knew, I think. We’re sitting there and she closes her menu and we were giving her tips on how to order a steak. Waitress comes and she goes, kind of quietly “I’ll have the hot guy” and before the waitress responds or even puts a perplexed look on her face because there is no hot guy on the menu the guy across from her goes, “Did you just order a hot guy for your birthday? We thought you were going to get a rib eye”. She gets flustered and corrects herself to a rib eye. So I wasn’t awkward. Everyone be proud.

Just to set the record straight here, I’ll explain why I always say I have awkward moments. I have always been the reserved girl that never had a ton of friends and never been the popular girl. I have friends. I can make friends. I’ve had friends in a popular circle but I’ve always felt a little awkward in a situation with people my age. It’s not my parents’ fault, they tried to socialize me at an early age. I was just always better at playing in the corner by myself. Which makes me a better liver aloner. College was easier for me because there was more people there than the small school I went to in high school. Then I transferred and it was harder because as a junior in college, you all ready have your group of friends. And then I moved to a small town so when I see a new person that could potentially be a new friend I go a little crazy and sometimes forget my words. I always am amazed that I have a degree in English and I lose my words on a regular basis.

Then I started thinking about my friends. Not the random friends that I hang out with like 3-10 times a year, but the friends I hang out on a very regular basis. Here’s the characteristics of my regular basis friends.

1. They use big words. I’ve had several people say that part of the reason they like hanging out with me more than other friends is because I understand them if they use big words.

2. They can usually talk about books. It’s because of my degree isn’t it? I get hit up for book recommendations all the time. And then there’s the book discussions. I usually have an opinion on those book things so it’s not a dull discussion.

3. They usually are super smart. If you couldn’t tell from the first 2 points. Most of them have a college degree but there’s others that are just read all the time. My dad is one of the smartest guys I know and he only had a year of college. (Grandpa told him he had to go to this Christian college in Edmonton in Canada or else he couldn’t come back to the farm and so Dad went and played basketball for a year at this college)

4. There’s usually a nerd factor. You could also call this passionate. Most of the time they have this factor with a book but there’s other things like “The Golden Girls” or “Pocahontas”.

5. They understand farming culture. For me it’s amazing to watch myself from when I’m living in town and am doing museum stuff or non-agriculture stuff to when I’m on the farm or talking farming. My posture changes and how I speak changes. I have friends that do the same thing. We sit there like old farmers with our boots and if we’re sitting we have our arm slung over another chair or if we’re standing our hands are in our pockets. My nephew has all ready learned this. And then we end up talking about livestock or crops or equipment or rodeos. And for those of you who think farmers aren’t smart and are lazy, because I know you people exist (you’ve said it to me and watched my blood pressure raise), you are wrong. The farmers I know, because I grew up around farmers in a farming community, are some of the smartest, hardworking people I know. Go work on a farm for a day. You’ll learn.

6. There is a fundamental belief in God Not all of my friends believe in God but my really good ones do. For me, I think that the friends that don’t believe in God or a higher power don’t understand me as well. The ones that believe in God understand where I’m coming from and that’s the nice thing about living in a small community, everyone believes in God or a higher power.

7. They’re sarcastic. I usually have a response for them and they have one right back. It’s what keeps the romance alive. Or the friendship, whatever you want to call it.

8. Most of them don’t dance…..well We just don’t.

9. They’re Loyal Self-explanatory.

10. We’re okay with going out to the bar We do believe in God but we don’t have anything against going out and having a few drinks. We don’t drink to excess, just go out grab a few beers and try to dance. We know that getting drunk isn’t good because we have to go to work the next day and earn our paychecks. That’s the way it goes.

For me it’s very revealing about who I am to think of how my friends are. The ones that are around probably aren’t going anywhere.

Other news. Last community band practice of the year tonight:(. This makes me sad. I like going to practice.

For Your Next Trip


I think that we should all take a moment of silence because the last community band practice of the year was last night and last performance will be on Thursday….. Now what will I do on Monday nights? Oh yeah, Lion’s club and Chamber meetings. And Saxy Brass starts Wednesdays in October. That’s 2 months away. I was just putting together my report for my board and I put on that we need to talk about the Halloween event because if we do it, I need to start planning it. That makes me nervous. It’s not supposed to be August yet.

So today was a busy day. I’ve worked in tourism for a while. I’ve been around tourism on and off since 2007. I definitely have pet peeves for tourists. Here’s my list.

1. When you walk in and the attendant says “How may I help you today?” Do not reply with “is this the museum?”. Because you never know if you’re going to hit a bad day and the attendant will answer “No, we just put up a sign saying we’re a museum. It’s a cover for our drug and prostitution business.”

2. Make sure you know where your animals are allowed. Some hotels don’t allow animals, I don’t let animals in my museum. People just assume that pets are allowed everywhere. They aren’t.

3. Children. They are a blessing and I want some one day. But there are certain ways you and your children act in public. I could tell you stories where I gave children the death stare and was almost successful. They shouldn’t be touching all the merchandise and they shouldn’t be yelling. There’s cute and then there’s hellion. Fine line people, fine line.

4. You know that employee that looks like they’re on their break or just getting off work? Like they’re untucking or unbuttoning their shirt and they look a little bit more relaxed? That probably means they are, in fact, on their break or getting off work. Don’t bother them. Dealing with tourists is tough. That smile isn’t always genuine. And if it’s a tourist town, that employee is probably going to get drunk. You are infringing on their “fun” time.

5. Don’t forget your manners. Oh my GOD. This is a huge thing with me. I get that traveling is tough and that vacation with some families is even tougher. But don’t take it out on me. I didn’t do anything to you but ask how I can help.

6. What kind of cash are you carrying? If it’s early in the morning or it’s a small little institution on your way to somewhere, chances are they aren’t going to be able to break a $50 or $100. And when you make us break it, it makes us flipping crabby and then if it’s a place where the attendant is alone, they have to shut down business to run to the bank. Make sure you have tens or twenties.

7. Be specific. You walk into an ice cream/fudge store and you say I want chocolate. Well is that cone (cake or waffle, single or double), dish (single or double), malt, shake, one of the chocolate fudges? Do you need a cot in your hotel room? Ask for it. Make sure you know what you want and that people know that you want it.

8. Do NOT trash your hotel room. Someone that isn’t your mother cleans that room. And don’t forget your underwear. You want that and I don’t want to touch the clothing that touched your privates. And those broken condoms? Loved touching that. I didn’t puke in my mouth at all. That was sarcasm….if you couldn’t tell.

9. I know this one is hard but do you really have to touch glass? Just come in the building and see what’s in it. We have to clean that glass. I’m sure just walking into a building could get you into trouble especially if you don’t look at the signs (see #1) but honestly. Get your crap together.

10. Check hours. Why would a small town museum be open until 6? Really? Did you not realize that small towns close up early? It’s rude to stay late and the employees probably have plans after work because even though there isn’t much going on, there are still things to do and people to see or meetings to attend. Remember my 5:35 meetings? Yeah.

Well that’s the list. For now.

Just One More Day + More!


I know this week has been super exciting and you are all hyped up on mermaids but we need to calm the heck down. But get through this first part and then I’ll talk about something else other than theories.

I feel like this week I have spent a lot of time talking about theories and maybe making fun of them a little. I’m pretty sure that I have a love affair with conspiracy theories.

Last night my friend R and I were texting back and forth planning on what we’re going to do for her birthday. (going to the Monsters University BTW) Then we started talking about Elvis and she thinks he’s alive, I’m not all that positive. If I remember right, that’s about 36 years of being in hiding. Long time to hide right? Here are some ideas that we came up with.

He’s hiding in the reservation by Mount Rushmore with a Native American wife and reliving his glory days there, also making him a polygamist.

The mermaids have him.

Mexico (yup, the whole country) is holding him hostage and the government doesn’t want to pay the ransom because Elvis has military secrets from when he was in the military in WWII.

Now here’s another question for people to think about. Was there a shooter on the grassy knoll to shoot Kennedy? Here’s my history minor opinion. I think that there may have been someone on the grassy knoll BUT they weren’t working with Oswald because from what I know of Oswald, he would work alone. Now, everything happened with Oswald so that IF there was a grassy knoll guy, they wouldn’t be able to get off a shot because everyone was running around panicked. Win for me. If I remember right, Oswald had some involvement with Russian Communists and probably Cuban Communists but I don’t think that he was working with either of them with this. I think he was just extreme.


First speaker of the year this Sunday! He’s a guy that does all these different historical figures and he’s doing a buffalo hunter on Sunday. Can’t wait!

It’s another coffee day. I was kind of dragging so I got coffee…….I have an addiction. And who lets me get coffee, seriously? I mean it’s the same result, every time. EVERY TIME! Abundance in energy and 300,000 words a minute out of my mouth.

I’m not reading anything right now because I can’t decide what to read. I have a lot on my list and I do have a book jar but everything that comes out just doesn’t seem good. Talking about that, last night after almost 2 1/2 years of living in my apartment I realized that a lamp next to my bed would maximize my reading non-nook books greatly. Luckily, I had a lamp in my living room I could steal and bring in my room. Why did this take me that long to realize this?

AND now that my work day is over at the museum, I can go home, put my hair up, get ugly and do nothing. Other than make cookies, maybe.

Section I debated about putting in and then put on my big girl pants and just did it because this might be an ongoing topic.

So the last post, post before (?) I talked briefly about actively looking for a significant other. I did sign up for Christian Mingle and started emailing this guy through the site. I totally expected a conversation. Nope. Once again, I expect to much. Yup. I have a habit of doing that. It was me trying to get to know him and him just answering. Now, I’m not really sure because it’s been a while since I’ve been in a get-to-know-you situation but aren’t you supposed to get to know each other through a series of questions going back and forth? I figured he wanted to get to know me since he was the one that initiated it. Ugh. The struggles of being single in a small town. Boo. This would not be so hard if I lived in a more populated place.

I’ve been thinking about doing Christian Mingle for a while because I live in the middle of no where. If you don’t believe me, look for Bowman North Dakota on a map and then see the scarce amount of towns around it. But since I’ve been thinking about it, Christian Mingle ads everywhere. Television, internet, everywhere. So I’m thinking God is trying to give me a hint. I’m not very good at hints so God decided to hit me with a bunch of ads. Well, hopefully this won’t come back to bite me in the behind.



There are times where I don’t warn people about things that come out of my mouth. So, consider yourselves warned about this story.

I like to announce my time of the month to my mother. I don’t know why, but I do. So recently, I got my time of the month. I called my mom and I ALMOST go “Guess who isn’t pregnant?!?!?!?!” I caught myself because I have a pregnant sister. I told my sister that story and she goes “Oh my, that could have been bad.”

I texted my sister at like 10 her time which was still 9 my time but she was sleeping. To take her revenge she texted me at 6 my time this morning, when I was sleeping in on my day off. I couldn’t get back to sleep. Good thing about that was I got a lot done this morning before I had to come to work.

I still have squishy carpet in my bedroom. It’s kind of gross.

So let’s talk about a book shall we?

Last night I tucked myself into bed and started reading Wings of Shadow by Anna Kyss another attempt of Y.A. paranormal. Here’s the synopsis from GoodReads.

“In the struggle for survival…

Meghan’s graduation gift is one that any eighteen-year-old would dream of: traveling abroad to England. Her journey turns into more adventure than expected when Meghan meets the mysterious Kiernan and is introduced to a strange society hidden beneath the streets of London.

The fittest win out at the expense of their rivals…

When Meghan’s life is threatened, she flees the city and seeks sanctuary in a distant village–a place unseen by human eyes for over one hundred years. Not knowing if anyone can be trusted, Meghan tries to determine who is friend, who is foe… and who has captured her heart. Meanwhile, a battle for survival brews all around her”
I haven’t read the whole book yet. But I do have an opinion. Here’s some general things I have going on in my mind.

1. I have to get away from Y.A. paranormal. They always annoy me. No matter how well written they are. I feel like I yell at all the characters.

2. I question EVERYTHING about the world. Now I didn’t question Dracula, because who questions Dracula? It’s the most legit piece of paranormal fiction I think I’ve read. Modern paranormal I question. I question all the time.

3. How stupid are todays youth? I realize that at 25 I’m not so far removed from y.a. but I feel like I was reading smarter things when I was the correct age for y.a. fiction.

Now about the book. There are spoilers so beware.

You know those horror/murder movies where at one point the girl goes to open the door and your yelling at her not to do it because the psycho is right on the other side? This is how the book started. She’s going on this date with a guy who’s leading her to this weird place somewhere in London’s Tube. She questions it, but no, she keeps going. The guy takes her to a fairy club but she doesn’t realize everyone is a fairy or that something’s up. Well she does scratch her head a little but not enough to make her run. Long story short she’s the bad fairies prisoner and then she gets rescued and taken to the good fairies. And there’s a big deal about Darwin and how the fairies think he’s the bees knees.

Now I totally have the good fairies invisible town kind of like a Fern Gully place. They farm, Meghan’s the first person they’ve seen since Darwin.

Now this book doesn’t suck. The writing is half decent and there is some interesting choices with the world. But remember my list. I’m getting sick of paranormal. Although, I find fairies almost a relief after vampires. The writing is half decent but there’s a lot of questions I have. A lot of them start with why. Why go with this creepy, good-looking dude if he gives you the wrong feeling? Why don’t you escape at one point from the bad fairies when you have the creeps? Why aren’t you asking more questions of your dates? How naïve are you at 18? Why are you abroad all alone? Why do you agree to see creepy, good-looking dude that’s a fairy after you takes some of your blood? (yes, I said he took some of her blood. There’s kind of an interesting twist with that.)All these questions really made me ask question number 3 on my list.

I question all the motives of all the characters. Things aren’t being explained properly to me. I don’t like a lot obviously. I think I just ask to many questions. I’m obviously used to reading books like the Outlander series where you don’t ask questions as much. Books where things are explained better. I just want timely answers. Is that too much to ask? Yes, Diana Gabaldon, even you can take that into consideration when you give me a huge cliffhanger and then make me wait almost 4 years for the next book. Now, I don’t know much about Kyss. So I can’t talk about where she’s coming from as an author or person when it comes to the book.

I don’t think I’m going to do a post about Wings of Shadow when I finish. I feel like I’ve beaten it to death an appropriate amount in this post.

My Top 10 Crush-worthy Fictional Characters.


So this morning I was going through posts of blogs I follow and I came upon The Librarian Who Doesn’t say Shh’s Top Ten Characters I Would Crush On if I Were a Fictional Character>. I decided to follow suit and come up with a list of my own. Now some of these men are in relationships, but I don’t care. They’re mine.

10. Joe Woodard from the Mandie Series by Lois Gladys Leppard. I know I’d be a little old for him but we’d be the same age in the book and he’s a responsible kid. He looks out for Mandie doesn’t he? I miss the days where I’d walk over to Grandma’s and borrow her copies because she had all of the books in this series. AND there’s a lot of them and I want to do the whole series one day. Because I like Joe. And Mandie. And Uncle Ned. Uncle Ned especially.

9. Roran from the Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini I always liked him more than Eragon. Eragon was kind of irresponsible. Roran always seemed to have a better head on his shoulders. But he’s taken, I might be able to take care of that. I like a mature guy. That’s why Roran is on this list.

8. Ifor Williams from Catrin in Wales by Mabel Ester Allan I haven’t talked about this book much, but I really like it. It’s a super easy book that I read at like 11 after I took it off my sister’s shelf, but a nice one to go back to. He ends up with Catrin but still. I must have a thing for guys in relationships. He has a good sense of humor, he truly loves Catrin (love that name by the way), he knows literature, and he’s hard working. Reasons to love him. Reason not to love him: he is a little hard-headed at times and gets offended?

7. Any of the guys from the O’Malley Series by Dee Henderson Why not? They’re all strong and (in my head) good-looking and in useful professions like E.M.T., a fireman and in law-enforcement. They also aren’t afraid to be gentlemen and protect their women, sisters and wives and general woman-hood. I like that.

6. John Fell from the Books of Fell by M.E. Kerr I don’t have a real good answer for this. It’s just how I see him in my mind and then every time I read the book, I’m surprised how stupid he is. It’s a complicated situation. Why do I do this? Why don’t I always remember he can be stupid. Now, he does have his smart moments but some of his dumb moments override his smart moments. AAAAARRRRGGGGG.

5. Gale from the Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins. Katniss did a good job choosing Peeta. For her I was totally Team Peeta. But someone has to pick up the pieces for Gale. I’m willing to be that person.

4. Luke from The Coincidence of Callie and Kayden He’s Kayden’s sidekick. I just seemed to like Luke better. I’d date him. Kayden has been through more but Luke has his own demons and I feel like we could understand each other. Not that my demons are any where similar to his demons. But I feel like he would know how to protect and treat a woman. Pretty sure in the next book he’s going to be the strength for both Callie and Kayden while Kayden’s dying. He’s dying if not going to completely die in the next book. Pretty sure.

3. Either of the Ians of the Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon. I love them. I’d probably love the other Murray men if there were more of them in the books. I was kind of hesitant that Ian and Rachel were going to get married but I can’t stop it. So I’m slowly learning to accept this. I just love their attitude toward life. The first meeting of old Ian in the first book is my favorite and it’s so appropriate he died at sunrise. Just saying.

2. Mr. William Darcy of Pemberley (Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen). I talked briefly about this recently. He messes up and then he realizes what he’s done and he fixes it. I like that he owns up to his mistakes and he has the money to support Lizzie for the rest of their lives. I had an argument with my sister about this and she goes “HE’S NOT REAL”. My response “I HAVE A DEGREE IN ENGLISH, OF COURSE HE’S REAL!”

1. Jamie Fraser laird of Broch Turlach (Outlander Series by Diana Gabaldon) Don’t tell me this was a surprise to anyone. I only talk about him all the time. Strong, handsome, bull-headed, great protector and heck, he has a dirk. Pretty sure him having a dirk tops it off.

That’s the list as of right now, it’s subject to change. Eventually I’m sure I’ll put a list together of who I’d like to kick in the crotch. But that’s for another day.

Side note: I know it’s National Poetry Month. I haven’t talked about it because I’m not a big poetry fan. Never have and probably never will. If you can prove me wrong. Do it.

Warning: It’s a Nerd Post.


I am bitter. Why am I bitter? Let’s talk about it. Today is Thursday. I’m kind of making it a low-key day at the museum because tomorrow is going to be kind of hectic. So what do I do at 10? Watch the last episode of the Lizzie Bennet Diaries. I felt it was anti-climatic. Here’s things I’ve gotten out of the series.

1. I am going to be calling Mr.Darcy the Darcinator for the rest of my life. Thank you Lydia.

2. Male genitalia is now a man banana. Thank you Lydia again.

3. Dressing like condiment bottles is not cool. Collins and Charlotte prove this.

4. Bing Lee is totally crush worthy. I never felt that way about this character. He’s an underrated character.

5. No matter how you present Collins, he’s still stupid and clueless.

6. Even though Wickham is the embodiment of jerk-dom, I could watch him take off his shirt ANY DAY! That’s right ANY DAY! All caps and an exclamation point. It gets serious when you add the exclamation point. I watched and re-watched that part-time and time again. He’s a nicely built man. I’m not in love with him, I’m just admiring him. And if we’re being real here, (which we always are) I’m not to fond of his face, just the trunk of his body. I’m just admiring, I told you that.

7. I want to do costume theater on a regular basis. How legit is that? Random ugly hats and jewelry and random voices. Someone do that with me PLLLLLLEEEEEEAAAASSSSSSEEEEE! (notice the exclamation point) I’ll make it fun. I promise.

8. How genius is it that they hold out to show Darcy and Bing for like ever. It really kept me going, not knowing what they looked like.

9. Don’t be proud, don’t be prejudice.

10. Don’t be an awkward dance partner. But if you’re hated, you can’t really help it can you? I feel like that could be a vicious circle.

11. Green Beans in Cranberry Geleton. Let’s just save that for later.

12. I feel like I’m super lucky that my mom, or the rest of my family for that matter, hasn’t pressured me to be married. I’m super okay with that. Finding a good guy is hard enough without family meddling. I’m sure they wonder why I haven’t ever been much of a dater but they know eventually I’ll step up to the bat for the right guy.

13. Fitz is the most amazing person ever. I want a friend like him.

There’s going to be another rendition of an Austen novel coming in a few months! YAY! That makes me so much happier. But still totally bummed me out about this. We could totally keep this going with Lizzie and Darcy’s relationship. It’s doable in today’s society. THE PEOPLE WANT IT! I warned you this was a nerd post.

Now for something totally different. Yesterday we had to remove a live bird from a vent of the museum. Even though I’m a tough farm kid, I refused to touch it. Birds have germs. I made a board member take it out and set it free. I wouldn’t do it without gloves. But put me behind some head of cattle and I can move them. And I can bottle feed a calf. I miss that part of life. That used to be my job, bottle feeding. Again, like yesterday, my future husband should come with a cowboy hat.

Random moment. Anyone watch “The Voice”? Remember Gwen Sebastian from last season? She was on Blake’s team and she got the boot in the battle rounds and then ended up doing some back up for Blake? She grew up in the town next to where I did. Our moms were in a singing group together. AAAAAAAAAANNNNNND she was singing on “Live with Kelly and Michael” today and she was on the “Today” show. Now she’s a little older than me so I really didn’t know her but it’s still so cool to see her on the television box.

I’ll try to post tomorrow for an update on life and how the event went, but don’t hold your breath. I will probably be scarce for the next couple days or so due to the Easter holiday. I’m going home to see my family and I might not have the time to sit down. It’s not that I don’t like you peole, it’s just I like my family more. Sorry. But you’ll be excited to know that I get to see Cousin E this weekend. I’m pretty excited.