OH HELLO THERE.
So I was doing this thing where I waited until I got my mission call before moving forward with my life in any way. Because the thing came not one, but two whole weeks (14 days!) later than I expected it to. So, when you are expecting life-altering news that will change the direction of your life and you wait an extra 2 weeks longer than you think it, will, you start waxing weird. What is this thing called life? How do people fill their time? What things should I be doing right now?
The point is, Bahia Blanca, Argentina.
Doesn't just reading that make you want to smile and be me and go serve people for 18 months in Argentina? Seriously, if I could've picked where I went, this would have been close. (That sentence didn't end quite like you expected it to, did it?)
The other day Luc said to me, "Gigi, you are so weird. Like, you're never normal." I have told this story to various people in my life to see if their opinion would vary from Luc's. It hasn't happened yet.
I bring this up because little Lucas and I had a bonding experience a couple weeks ago. We drove to Utah to go see Adri and Marcus (who is a college boy now!) and we just had sibling bonding moments left and right. Well, kind of. I mean, we did drive up together, and help Adri move, and go through a scary haunted circus thing, and see Grouplove in concert, and eat a billion pizza, and jump on a trampoline, and then on the way home we hit traffic.
And we got stuck next to bees. Like a truck full of hives with nets around it all and bees.
We were just trying to pass through Arizona. In one-billion-degree weather. In my un-airconditioned car. So we had the windows down and sooner or later ... you guessed it, A BEE FLEW IN MY CAR. And landed on my leg. And slowly walked down. And I was screaming. And laughing. And freaking out. And I told Luc not to hit it because I didn't want to make it mad. So I just giggle-screamed as it crawled down my leg and slowly made it's way to the bottom of my foot and then it flew off and I had no clue where it was but THERE WAS A BEE IN MY CAR.
Eventually it flew out and all was right in the world. Except that we were now driving in a billion degree weather with the windows rolled up. We eventually inched past the semi full of bees and Luc even got out and jogged for a while. He was keeping up with me pretty well. And what's better than a picture of your brother jogging on the freeway?
Not much, that's what.