I hope everyone’s New Year was fantastic. Now is a time to start afresh and start things you’ve been meaning to do! Dad saw a rainbow on New Year’s Eve while he was getting some snacks ready so I ran and grabbed a picture of it. I still need to work on my photography. I’ll practice more, especially this summer when I can go hiking again. Actually I should make a small list of parks to hike through and see if I can visit each one. Three should be doable.
My grandma made some pigs in a blanket and I deemed them the most delicious things I’ve had that year. Seriously. They were so buttery and flaky. I don’t care if they’re not supposed to be good for me. I want to know why I’ve never had them before. Hopefully I don’t have to wait until the end of this year to have more. I also helped my mom roll up some gimbob (or is it kimbob?) for our New Year’s festivities. If you’ve never had them before, they’re a Korean seaweed wrap that looks like sushi, but isn’t. For one: we don’t use raw fish, everything is cooked. And I think they’re a little bit more tasty than sushi… though I guess it depends on the sushi you’re eating.
My brother and I were in the middle of an epic game of Uno when the ball fell and it changed to 2011. I ended up winning every game of Uno. This was upsetting to him, so he proclaimed that we dust off our Yu-Gi-Oh cards and have an epic dual to prove that he’s capable of winning a card game. Unfortunately, I may have kicked his butt on the first dual of the new year, beating his dragon deck with a fairy. That loss only fueled his anger and he has since beat me to a pulp with his dragons. Where was my dragon capture trap card when I needed it for the other two duals?!