CANNONBALL! into the water

because sometimes you just have to jump and hope you won't get hurt.

Sunday, July 09, 2006

teaching them the right way when they're young

After working five hours on Saturday, I jumped into my car and drove to Frisco, TX to meet up with my aunt and two cousins. It was a weekend of falling in-love with the Frisco Mall, seeing Priates of the Carribean 2, eating at The Cheesecake Factory, sleeping in the most comfortable bed ever (AKA a nice queen-size at the Westin/Stonebriar Resort), looking at beautiful 6-bedroom houses, and laying out by the pool.

She's smart, my aunt. Her kids are 10 and 15. Already they know th wonders of the Westin.

I was raised in nice hotels. But not the Westin. So I am only partially programmed to become a shopaholic, compulsive money spender and etc.

My dad takes care of me enough. But I still live in an apartment complex considered to be the ghetto of Norman, OK - not that there is a real true ghetto here of course. Luckily, Morgan and I are staying in a nice little 5-star hotel in NYC for 4 days and 3 nights. Right in the heart of the theatre district.

I told my dad he was incredible. Guess I have not been programmed to only want the finest things in life.. at least not yet.

At 21, I will become a study to see if "old dogs can learn new tricks", meaning I will learn if the rich aspects of life really are that much better and if I can be programmed to want only the finest things.

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