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11.27.15 List of My Lately

     I'm sitting here on the oversized leather chair in the corner of my family room. My eyes are closed as I enjoy the noises of being home. Things have changed since I've gone to college, and I don't like change. However, I'm not flustered by the changes I came home to. In a few minutes I need to finish my Philosophy paper so I can watch the second Thin Man movie with my Dad. But I'm going to take some time and write a list of my lately.
Things I've done with my family.
Baked pumpkin desserts.
Went to Philadelphia Thanksgiving Parade.
Enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner.
Decorated for Christmas.
Went shopping at the Goodwill Outlet.
Played Rook.
Things I wish I was making more time for.
My main sources of procrastination
My brother, Matthew.
Thinking of a bunch of random stuff.
What I've been watching on Netflix (I'm a college student ; )
White Collar
Star Trek as always.
~ Alyson


  1. I loooove your procrastination methods. Especially siblings/parents and sleeping. So true. That and any kind of social media. I'm kinda a typical writing that way who always gets sucked in to the online void. -.^

    1. Social media is an extremely difficult temptation for me, especially Pinterest : )


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