I had a bunch of crazy dreams again, involving flying around an island-like place (a few Harry Potter characters also appeared), going to a weird restaurant with a light display thingy, eating all kinds of bread at a weird store with my sister and Julia, etc. I love flying/floating dreams, they rule.
Yesterday a Jehovah's witness stopped by our house... while I was asleep. Had I known, I would have been ready for action. Next time I'll be prepared. They always stop by when I'm not available! I'm not quite sure what I'll do next time someone shows up, but knowing me, I'd probably ask them all sorts of obscure questions and tell them to quote random scripture like Judges 19 or something (ahhh, Judges 19... such an interesting passage... and then there's the murder of Jezebel in 2 Kings...). Of course, I'd be wearing one of my amusing, controversial shirts (if my mom warns me in advance next time, I'll be sure to quickly pull on my "Sorry I missed church, I was busy practicing witchcraft and becoming a lesbian" shirt before greeting them politely...). I wouldn't be rude or scary to them, I'd just be my usual, weird self and see how long they could stand my questions. And I'd be sure to ask, "If you're so motivated to tell me about your beliefs, are you prepared to hear about mine?" I have nothing against the religion itself (mostly because I barely know anything about it), but I have issues with proselytizing. And I like messing with people's heads too.
If I wake up in time tomorrow (like that will happen...), I might go along when my parents take Katie to camp. It's always fun to see how the place has changed (they stopped doing riflery! That's not right! Riflery was one of my favorite activities and one of the only things I was really good at! Stupid 9/11...). I may even see some old camp friends that are now counselors and other staff members. Eh, no more reminiscing for me, or I'll start to feel sad. Camp was fun, but if I sit around wishing I was still young enough to go, I won't have any fun. Plus, there's Alpha to look forward to, and that's much better than camp. Speaking of Alpha, I need to start reading/critiquing, and I should write something for the B&N reading. Hey, if any of you local/semi-local Pennsylvanians want to attend an awesome public reading with such distinguished authors as Tamora Pierce and some other people whose names escape me at the moment, plus a group of nifty young writers including me, you should come. I know the reading is at the Barnes and Noble in Greensburg, but I forget the day(s?) and time(s?). More details on that later. If any of you non-Alphans show up, I'll hug you. Seriously. Unless you don't want me to. Or if you don't want to go to that, come to Confluence! Or come anyway! Ah wait, I found some info on the readings. Now you'll know when to come! Please?
I think I'll head to bed now. Night!