Yo Carnation! Well, I got home from skiing yesterday. I was really glad to leave that place.  I was getting sick of everyone. Before I got to know everyone, it was great.  But now I'm just sick of all their attitudes.

Samantha and Holly proved to be really hypocratic.  Every night they would come to our room and tell us to shut up when we were only whispering and it was only about 10:00 or so.  Then on the last night we were there, the two of them and Brandon snuck out and went to the TV room, where they stayed until 4:30am.  Then on their way back to bed, they ended up waking up some people and the baby. I thought that was really rude. Then when they had to wake up they were really grouchy and bitching out everyone. I hate them.  I'm sick of talking about those hypocrits.

The last night, we (me, Liz, and some other people) went into Whistler Village at nighttime.  (We were chaperoned by a few adults though.)  It was a total disaster.  There was a bunch of drunk perverts out there.  They were saying to Lacey, "Hey baby. You're lookin' good up and down." To me and Liz they just said, "Hey girls.  Why don't you come over and sit with us.  We've got plenty of room."

Then they were waving at us and stuff.  I felt so sorry for poor Lacey.  She was really scared.  She tried to ignore them but then they started to throw snowballs at her.

I bought presents for my mom, Bill, and Lindsey.  I got my mom a bunny-rabbit sachet.  I got Bill a tie pin in the shape of  a leaf.  That thing was expensive.  For Linds I got a a purple bracelet.  For myself I got a cool looking green and peach rock.

Tara got mad at Lacey for some reason.  I don't really want to get into it, but let me tell you, it was a dumb reason.

For lunch on the mountain, I had yogurt every day.  It was great.

Right now, I'm burping in Lindsey's face.  Poor Linds.  She says she wants some air freshener.

We went out for Baskin-Robbins tonight.

The ride home Tara rode with us too, so it was pretty crowded.  Liz didn't want Tara to ride with us, but surprisingly enough, Tara was actually in a good mood.  Shockin' aint it?

When I got home, I was confronted with the fact that my family has suddenly turned religious.  It's weird.  Our family has never been religious or anything. It actually scares me.  I don't know how to react.  We had to go to church today.  I never have liked going to church.  I don't like the atmosphere.

I met a guy named Andre a church.  I thought he was a total jerk.  I hope I never have to see him again.  He was pretty rude.  Oh well.

By the way, I hate Evan now.  I hate him with a passion.  I think he's a complete idiot.  I don't like Curt or Connor and I don't really think they like me for anything more than a friend.

I feel like a total idiot.  I feel like a totally different person since the trip.  Now stupid things like boyfriends and the banquet don't matter to me anymore.  I'm just so tired about hearing all that junk.

I still like Christian Slater, but now I just respect him.  I still think he's awesome, but I don't think I love him or anything.  I still want to act because, well, it's the only thing I can do.