Kentucky was amazing- pretty, fun, not too hot (always a concern when one's hair rivals Eris in terms of temperamental red-headedness). I got to dip my own bourbon bottle, took a picture of Thomas Merton Square (Seven Storey Mountain- whoo!!!), got carded, and even went to a Sonic.
Meh. I was frankly a little bit unimpressed. Culvers is better.
A few things- I know Colleen just wrote the same thing, but Indiana? STINKS. I don't know what it is (well, actually I do- it's stagnant water) but dear God I wanted to hurl five seconds after crossing the state line. I am not even kidding.
There are nowhere near enough Taco Bells across the midwest. Should you desire a chicken fiesta burrito for lunch, you will be forced to drive halfway across the state before you finally find one. *woe*
Should I ever find anyone willing to put up with my
Ugh. It was gross and hilarious at the same time.
But now I'm home and I really like being home. Brothers and Sisters is on (Justin and Rebecca just made out in front of Sarah's kids who still think that they're biologically brother and sister- oh, how I've missed you this summer my dear friends.) Tomorrow should be kind of crazy- school, Celine Dion concert (yes, my heart will go on, Celine!!!) and somewhere in there I have to write a seven page critical analysis of a book about the Cuban Revolution for my Cold War class.
I'm actually contemplating making a lovely title page, and then on the first page of the paper just writing, "Dear Professor *Blank*, Isn't the internet wonderful? Thanks to the lovely and informative Wisconsin Circuit Court website, I know that you were arrested for being drunk and disorderly three years ago. I got really busy this week, and just couldn't finish. You understand, right? Love, Morena."
I think that would go over really well.
Oh, and because my mom fell asleep before it came on- the SNL opening from last night. I love Tina-Fey-as-Sarah-Palin.