First of all, I have to say, I'm keeping up with what's been happening to Canada. All my Canadian Blogger friends and readers, I'm thinking of you all. And for the soldier who got shot, may he rest in peace. I'm thinking of his family and friends at this time of sadness.
I think that it's crazy, what happened. I don't remember anything that's happened like this in Canada. I was talking to mom yesterday and she said that Canada is a peaceful nation; nothing like this doesn't ever happen. Quebec is my neighbour. It's crazy that it's so close to home for me. Everything that happened this week is within 500 or so miles from where I live.
Bless. You're all in my thoughts. I'm sorry about everything.
Okay, so. How about Kansas City Royals? They're doing well in the World Series. They're tied in the series with San Fransisco at one game a piece. Good luck to them. Three more games; let's see what happens.
We're about a week away from Halloween. I'm going costume shopping this weekend with a group of people. I don't know what my plans are yet for Halloween. But I still want to get a costume anyways, just to get in the spirit of things. I absolutely love the holiday. You get to get dressed up, be something or someone that you aren't. Even for just a day. If I were home for Halloween, I'd be going trick-or-treating, despite my mom's claims of being too old to go out. Mom, please. It's free candy. Who can resist free candy? Right. Nobody.
We have about four more weeks of the program. I am so excited; I'm so ready to be done with it. I miss home, I miss my family, I miss my dog. I miss my friends. I can't wait to be in my own bed, to see everyone, to be with people I know and love.
Honestly, though, I think that this program did me well. Even though it's cliche, it made me grow up a bit. I am definitely a different person that I would have been if I hadn't joined, a different person than I was a year ago. It's nice to see that I've grown up a bit.
Anyways, I'm going to go. I have some stuffs to do before I leave work. Have a good day, everyone.