They's so much to say and so many things a driftin' through my mind. My vacation back home was mostly amazingly sweet. I got to see almost everyone for at least a short conversation. I wanted to see everyone so much more. I wanted to come back here so much more. I got back and went to bed instead of bringing in the New Year. Instead, I slept for 13 hours like a baby that hadn't slept in days. This too was so much, but not too much. I had flew and was lucky enough to meet some super sweet people. I even met a little guy named Joshua who almost never cried during our 4 hour flight. He was right cool and his parents were also pretty interesting. In fact, we had plenty to talk about for 4 hours and even thought I was tired, I stayed awake to chat it up.
While there was so much to do while I was in the big D, there ended up being so much sadness at certain points. Despite the joy of Christmas, there was a cloud of darkness. This Christmas was the first in all of my life that showed light and darkness mixed together. Both family and friends give me enough reasons to reflect a bit more deeply about that day long ago. I run myself crazy while I was there trying to do everything, and a bit was missed.
Now that I'm back in the cold hard town, I've seen a crazy blizzard like none other. I walked to school with drifts of almost 3 feet in places. I worked all day long and they's so much more that needs done. My mind keeps a thinkin' on what I should have done rather than what I done. There's so much to do.