I’m not. I’m here. Living, breathing, attempting to continue a normal life after a crazy whirlwind of a trip back to the US and, frankly—utter chaos on both sides of the Atlantic.
Important things happening:
- My baby sister graduated from college on Sunday. God bless the internet, because Chris and I watched the entire webcast, which means I saw her get her diploma right up close, and had better seats to the whole thing than some of the speakers sitting on stage did. I took about 30 screenshots, because it was as close as I could get to taking photos. I know it’s not the same as being there, but I saw it all and heard her name and watched all of her friends, too. It was better consolation than I imagined or expected to get.
- We are going to see Elvis Costello at the Royal Albert Hall tomorrow. I am what you would call “stoked.”
- We booked a 3-day trip to Norway for the Jubilee weekend. We’re flying RyanAir on the way into Oslo, which I have never done before, and I am terrified. I have no idea what to expect of it. It can’t be good, though. It just can’t be. Please save your horror stories for when my feet are safely on the ground. (Knock on wood.)
- Finally, all of the photos you never wanted:
MOM AND DAD IN LONDON!
ONE GLORIOUS DAY WITH AL, KOB, and CALLUM!
And, THE FRAWLEY-HAWES WEDDING!
Which left time to get reacquainted with MR. ABERG THE SMALLER!