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I have to say that this was probably one of the nicest Christmases in…

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I have to say that this was probably one of the nicest Christmases in a long time. Family, friends, food, and of course, presents...I'd say it was as close to perfect as I could have asked for. Except, of course, it was too short and went by too quickly. I got to spend lots of time with my cousins for the week they were here. We went sledding, built a fort out of the mountain of wrapped gifts in my living room, did a bunch of puzzles because we're cool like that, and went to see a crappy movie. I also got to spend lots of time with Britt and Liss while they were home, and I got to meet little Hailey Renee, who is quite possibly the most precious baby girl I've ever met. For real, she is absolutely perfect...I thought newborns were supposed to be "so cute" despite being red and wrinkled. But Hailey's special - her skin is perfectly soft, pale, and smooth. Doesn't look newborn at all. I love her - she's so great, and I can't wait to watch her grow up.

Now it's time for school again. I should be doing my homework - I'm already getting swamped in Chemistry, and it's only day three. I have a doctor's appointment in an hour that I don't want to go to, and then a Board Meeting at 7 which I strangely do want to go to. I've been organizing my life - and maybe the lives of others - like crazy the last week, trying to make to-do lists and schedules and plans. So far, so good...as long as I can make this weekend work. But now I'm going to do something productive, ie: Chemistry homework...hopefully I can score a grade which will top my A- this term. I know, I'm an over-achiever, eh? Would have been an A if I had only remembered the difference between hydrogenated and non-hydrogenated...oh well.
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