Well, the water turned cold last night again. There are maintenance workers trying to fix it, but nothing has happened yet. So, I am stuck with washing my hands in freezing water. Oh, and it is 19 degrees outside. I can see my breath! You know if a blind person can see their breath it has to be cold. Cullen headed off to work but he gets off today at 7:30pm so we will be able to do some stuff together before heading to bed.
Cullen and I decided to start the tradition of reading “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” by Barbara Robinson, seven days before Christmas. There are seven chapters in the book so we are reading a chapter a night. It is a nice book to read for Christmas. Tonight we will read chapter three.
Oh, and we are very excited, Cullen’s mom and little sister are flying in Christmas day! We haven’t seen them in some time, so it will be nice. This is the first Christmas that Cullen won’t spend it with his family. Well, I am family, but I mean his mom and dad and siblings. Cullen has two sisters and a brother. They are all in Florida. It is sort of funny all my family is in Idaho and his entire family is in Florida. Let me tell you, Cullen and I got engaged and not less than a month later my dad said he was moving to Idaho, so there goes my family. Then, Cullen and I get married and right before we get married Cullen’s parents put their house up for sale. Is this a coincidence, I think not. Everybody just picked up and left. I guess I tormented them too much. I am just kidding. My dad was planning to go to Idaho he just did not know when until after we were engaged and Cullen’s family was planning to go to Florida for a long time. It is just the way things worked out, I guess. The good thing is that it has made Cullen and me more independent. Well, that’s it for now. I will let you know when we get our water back again.