So. I live in America now.

Yep. The good old US of A is the place I now inhabit with my person. And it shall be so for a while now.

I am currently living in my grandparents office and am being frequently interrupted by random family members walking in now and again. It’s quite rude, frankly. They should really be more considerate when I’m sitting oblivious to the world and not paying them the slightest bit of attention. People these days!

My parental figures have in fact found a house somewhere in this Hamburger-a-go-go Land and we’ll be moving in there at some point in the near(yet probably far) future, hopefully. It’s got a pool and all the nice junk that good houses need. Not that I’ve ever actually visited it in person. But I trust my parents in their choice (YIKES) and know the house will be just lovely…yea.

I’ve, on a spur of the moment decision, decided to write this entry in all very small paragraphs. ‘Cos it seems it’ll turn out like that anyways. Still, I wanted to comment on it so it wouldn’t be as spontaneous seeming as it actually is. Or something.

AHHHHHHHHHH! Brilliant idea alert! It’s simply fab! No really. A few days ago my good friend Tim and I wrote a play for our two younger sisters, Kimmy and Tessa. We only wrote it because they were begging annoyingly and we gave into the bribe of lemonade. We’re weak, oh well. ANYWAYS. This play is entitled Rabbits and their ancestors and is in the style of Absurdism (look it up). Before you read it, I would just like to say that my only contribution is about two or three lines. I’ll point them out to you!

Rabbits and their Ancestors
written by people

Jumpy- Kimmy
Bouncy- Tessa

Jumpy: Gee, it sure is boring around here!
Bouncy: M’boy, this peace is what all true warriors strive for!
Jumpy: I wonder what my brain is up to…
Bouncy: I want my pickle building? <— Becky’s line
Jumpy: What?
Bouncy: I WANT MY PICKLE BUILDING!!!! <— Becky’s line
Jumpy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for dinner?
Bouncy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for breakfast?
Jumpy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for dinner?
Bouncy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for breakfast?
Jumpy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for dinner?
Bouncy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for breakfast?
Jumpy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for dinner?
Bouncy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for breakfast?
Jumpy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for dinner?
Bouncy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for breakfast?
Jumpy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for dinner?
Bouncy: Jumpy. Life. Get one. Now
Jumpy: This…Is…Spartaaaaaaaaa!
Bouncy: Do I really want my pickle building? <— Becky’s line
Jumpy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for dinner?
Bouncy: Enough! My ship sails in the morning! I wonder what’s for breakfast?
Jumpy: Enough! My ship actually sails in the evening. And besides that, I’ve decided to fast.
Bouncy: Let’s all be clouds! <— Becky’s line

THE END

Amazing no? And I did have about 2 lines really ‘cos one was just repeated a bit. What you don’t know is that this is the final copy of the script. The original differed in these facts: > Jumpy would have said the ship-sail-enuf line 10 times on his own

> the line about clouds would have been taken out

So you see, my part in the writing was minimal but crucial.

Hmmm. My fingers are tired now so I shall abandon my idea of many more little paragraphs. What I wrote should hold you for another decade till next time, right?

Okay one more. You convinced me. I would just like to say that I finally finished the Twilight series. And I HATE the ending. That is all.

Pip pip. Sponges and bananas. See you soon(ish)…