Welp, it’s not cancer. Just thought I’d clear that up =)
My mom came into my room this morning and told me that my aunt may have cancer (tests come back today). Knowing that my mom took her to the hospital to get a bump checked out a few days ago I replied with, “I know.”
Maybe my reply had something to do with me being “cold,” or maybe I just never knew how to react to things like these.
My aunt is a mother of two daughters and a set of twin boys. The younger three being almost exactly the same age as my two younger brothers. Obviously my uncle isn’t taking things very well. I don’t know, I’ll just leave it at that.
It’s always a good talk with my cousin.
His 240 is making progress and it even has a push-to-start ignition.
“NOS? You got NOS? So what you’re telling me is that you don’t gots NOS? But I’ll pay you back with interest and NOS. Should I put in a 2JZ w/ NOS?”
So it’s 16:10 in the afternoon on Thanksgiving Thursday and I have yet to shower. Most of today has been spent doing cleaning. As far as I know we’re not expecting anyone, but I won’t argue with a clean house and a day with the family.
It’s funny. This year isn’t going to be nearly as interesting as last year. I discovered a few new things about myself that day, some not-so-very-good things, but it was fun and I’m glad it was spent with the best cousin in the world.
Today feels a bit odd. I mean it’s just the six of us here. I can’t remember a single holiday that was spent like this. We’re not even the type of family who eats dinner together. And if we do end up coincidentally gathering at the table all at once, there isn’t much talking going on, it’s just eat and leave.
Gah I hate the smell of Thanksgiving food.