…17 again…

I LOVED being 17.  I thought it was the best age.  I really have no idea why, I just remember loving it.  Occasionally I like to forget I’m really 25 and have a job and responsibilities so imagine my excitement when I found this gem at the library this weekend:

Yes, that's right Sweet Valley's back!

Jessica and Elizabeth….10 years later!  Could my life get any better? Yes it could.  I will be reading this book when I am on vacation to Southern California, where the book is set.  !!!!!!!!!!!  All my dreams are coming true. !!!!!!!!!!!

Back to being an adult.  I made a large semi-impulsive purchase today–a new digital camera!  Boom.  Usually it takes me 9257 years to make a decision, but not today.  I read a little consumer reports, researched some prices on the internet and then drove to Best Buy contemplated for about 10 minutes and then bought it.  I have no regrets about this.  Hello beautiful pictures of vacation!

Tomorrow will begin and end the work week for me.  love. love. love.

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One thought on “…17 again…

  1. Oh, my goodness, Amber, just a few days ago I told your brother I wished I was the kid again and not the adult, that it’s easier when you’re the kid because you don’t need to make decisions and deal with adult issues/problems/responsibilities.

    Also, as you are likely aware, I do not like to make decisions either, certainly not hasty ones. I ponder too much and for too long.

    Sweet Valley books are back? I remember processing so many of those and the Babysitter Club books for the school library. BTW, I found some Spice Girls pencils when I was cleaning the closet in your former bedroom last week. The actual Spice Girls dolls must be tucked into the back corner of the closet, which I did not clean.

    Good to see you are blogging regularly.

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