Wednesday, November 02, 2005

step into Christmas

I know that Halloween has just passed, but I've already christened the next season by beginning to listen to my holiday collection of music.

It's Christmas time, my friends. It may still be warm outside, but the feeling is in the air.
I'm making my holiday CD's and I'm considering making a compilation of what I consider to be the Christmas Classics. If anyone's interested, let me know.

I'm in between high schools right now...went to my alma mater of Streator High School this morning. It's a whole new place! They've torn down half of it, rebuilt some new stuff, and it makes me sad that people there don't remember me at first. Or at all. I'm on my way to Woodland High School in about 5 minutes.

And by the way, since no one showed up at SHS this morning to talk to me I had like tons of extra time this morning, so I made my way to this little cafe we have in Streator called The Downtowner. Talk about a freaking cool place! I felt like I was in the city and not in Streator. But the poor owners--Streator isn't ready for such a place, so hopefully they can make it! If you're ever in Streator check it out. It's a pretty cute little place! I got to read quite a bit this morning out of my current read: Flashbang by Mark Steele. If you haven't read it, check it out. It's quite hilarious. Since the Downtowner was empty I was literally holding my hand over my mouth to stop myself from laughing out loud.

Well, good day. I'm off to the school of the children of the corn. Sorry Amanda. Sorry mom. Sorry other friends who may have gone there.

3 comments:

Aubrey said...

Hey Mandy! I am SO interested in a "Christmas Classics" CD. I will even bring you the blank CD. I brought all the Christmas music out yesterday...After all, we are in November! See you this weekend!

Shelly said...

9 rah's for dear ole streator high...

Allison said...

I was at the mall the other day and heard the Christmas music playing in the stores and I thought to myself...I wonder how long Mandy had been listening to Christmans music this year? I'll take you up on your offer for a Christmas Classics CD. Oh, and when I saw Heidi the other night I gave her those country CD's I made for you.