It was a very different weekend than usual! Normally there's a lot of running around involved, but this was pretty chill. I woke up around 11, and was still feeling tired...Go figure! Mom and I watched The X Factor, and my dad joined in when he got home. Somehow, it's just not as entertaining as it was during the auditions, but I still like it. All I have to say is, Britney really messed up with her team. My dad went to a local sandwich place for lunch, while my mom got ready and I sat there like a lazy bum on the couch. We watched a lot of TV, and I did a few things around the house, and just hung out. There was also a very monumental thing that took place...I did my very first ever load of laundry. I've honestly never done many chores around the house, except for washing some dishes and taking out the trash. Other than that, my mom has always done everything for me. That was a VERY big deal for me, and to be honest, I loved it. I felt like it's one big step towards me growing up. It's about time, right?
We came home, ate dinner, then my dad and I ran out to another Wal-Mart to see if Taylor's CD was there. On the way, I was looking at my FB app, when I saw that one of my friends had seen Josh Duhamel at dinner in our town of BAKERSFIELD. Stuff like that doesn't just happen everyday here. I text her and she filled me in that she saw him and Fergie sit down at dinner, then realized it was them as they were walking out. Apparently, he could have been nicer, we'll just leave it at that, but I was still freaking out! I LOVE Josh Duhamel; he's one of my favorite people, and he's probably the number one person I always hope to run into when we're out and about in LA, so the fact that he was here is mind boggling to me. I guess he was here for his niece's wedding, which was cool.
I also heard that Diane Keaton was at a Starbucks in town here sometime this week. I guess that's when it's pretty cool to be one of those towns that people pass through. Especially when it's people like that.
Wal-Mart had what I wanted, I rejoiced, we payed, then stopped at Tutti Frutti for some yogurt. It was really good, but I felt kinda sick after that.
I headed to my room to call it a night, but decided to do a bit of reading on the election. I read an article in Glamour and was curious about a few other things, so I decided to look them up. I think I'm so into this election, because it's my first time to vote. I wanted to be educated, and I want to make the right choice. Even though I've already voted, I think it's still important to be informed about what other people think and what's going on.