I WIN I WIN I WIN I WIN I WIN.
I HAVE THE PHYSICAL SUPERIORITY TO BOTH OF MY SISTERS.
HA HA HA!
Kristy is like 5'6'' or something and Ruth and I just had a contest to see who is taller. ME! I'M TALLER! I WIN!
She's 5'8'' an like 2/16 and I(!!!) am 5'8'' and 9/16
I WIN I WIN I WIN I WIN.
 You see this is a complex issue. For my whole life I've wanted to be on the same level as Ruth and Kristy and knowing that I'm actually taller than them makes me feel like I am on the same level as them. I was always bothered by the fact that I was little and I could never do the same things as them, but I am no longer little. Also, this morning in the haze of "meh? Oh.. I should get up." I thought about how next year is my last year at home. That fact is scary because in so many ways I still feel like I'm twelve years old. It was like I reached twelve and stayed there without realizing that time does indeed go by very fast. Well, I still think I'll keep the maturity level of a twelve year old for a while. "YOU HAVE A BOYFRIEND?! ARE YOU EVEN KIDDING ME. My word, well THAT'S just RETARDED...." That's usually the reaction I have when I find out my friends have boyfriends. I think they didn't get the memo about staying twelve forever.. =/
See? I told you that this subject was complex.
What's really weird is seeing my friends grow up. I love being at church around Christmas time because you get to see all the old friends coming home from school or wherever for a visit. I saw one particular friend recently. I hadn't seen her in over a year and she got married this summer. She's two years older than me. I was looking at her on Sunday thinking, "She's married.... This is really odd and I can't really wrap my head around it."
*sigh* Although I'm sure that most of my friends won't get married for a while, but wow.. When Mary gets married! Phew.. I think I'll pretty much die. (And just stop laughing about the pun, you guys...)
*goes back to being a twelve year old*