OK, so I might be rambling on and on randomly. Oh, well. Who cares? :-) Right now Nicholas and Nathan are playing Monopoly on Nathan's iPod Touch (electronics have taken over the world). Mom and Dad are inside our hosts' house getting dinner ready. Noah is somewhere in the house - probably moping because I just kicked him off the laptop, even though he's been on here almost all day. :-) He's part of this thing online called Linda or Lynda or something. It's for computer gurus like him. :-) He's having a good time with it, and it challenges him, which is good. You might say it's win-win situation, except for the fact that he's glued to the computer the whole day - hmmm... 'glued' and 'guru' sound sorta alike... coincidence?
Yes, I know, I'm being silly. I'm actually kind of tired right now, though. Well, maybe not tired...a little bored, maybe? I realized - after my dad pointed it out - that I get 'tired' when I'm bored. I can entertain myself fairly easily, though - I just don't try. And - I'm going in circles here - I'm reading too much. It's like I'm so thirsty for books (we used to go to the library every week and get a ton of books - we can't really do that when we're on the road), when I finally get one, I practically waste it because I read it so quickly. And it's not much fun for everyone else when I'm ignoring the whole world and completely engulfed in a fiction story, even if it's a really good one written by a Christian author. Y'know, I often take on the...mmm...feelings (I guess that's how I should say it) of the main character in the book, especially if it's written in first person. When I last left my book, the main character was happy but a little troubled about something that's going on in the story. And she's a little tired. Which is pretty much how I feel right now, mostly because of the character. Weird, huh?
Anyway, it's time for dinner. God bless!!