Me and Julia are heading off with our family to Utah today, staying at our grandparents' house. We'll be staying over there for a little less than 3 weeks, then for another week neither of us will be able to contact you.
Julia is going on a week-long trip to New York and I have to go to some "scout camp" thing. There at scout camp, we're surrounded by immature 12-year-olds and a few alright 13 and 14-year-olds. No girls. Nerdy, dorky classes take up most of the day. At least the food's good, and dodgeball's fun.
One of the great positives of dodgeball is this hilarious guy called Junior who's pretty good at keeping spirits up when you're stuck at that hellhole. On the downside of that, the 11-year-olds (who let them in here?) always giggle like idiots and try to copy what he does to be funny. It doesn't work.
I'm slightly exaggerating on that stuff about Scout camp, but the real point here is that neither of us will be on much for the next 3-4 weeks, compared to usual at least. We'll still be able to be in contact for the first, say, 16 days.
UPDATE: We're at Utah, in our grandparents' house.