As it said in one of my previous posts, I (Jessica) love fire. While that's not 100% true, I do love bonfires. In fact, bonfire is my favorite smell in the WORLD (FYI - my #2 favorite smell in the world would be Hollister cologne for guys - just sayin').
Last night, Dave called me up and asked if I wanted to go to a bonfire that he and Greg were making. How can anyone in their right mind say no to that?
This past weekend, Erika left me all alone (again). Except I wasn't alone. Erin was here too, but I didn't really see her all that much. Andrew was here too, but pretty much all of our friends had left us for the weekend, so the 2 of us (Me and Andrew) kept each other company.
On Friday, we watched sports and Seinfeld (one of Andrew's favorite shows, I'm not the biggest fan). On Saturday, me and Andrew and Paul went to the SAU baseball game against Great Lakes Christian College and it was pretty much the biggest joke EVER. SAU was up 22-0 at the bottom of the FIRST and GLCC already had 7 errors. The pitcher also hit about 5-6 of our players, 2-3 of the hits were in the 1st. At first I thought it was funny, but then the humor turned to pity. Andrew and I ended up leaving after the 3rd and we were up 29-0. Even though we didn't stay till the end, I'm gonna go out on a limb and say that we won.
After that, I spent a lot of my afternoon catching up on my favorite ABC tv shows (Ugly Betty, Grey's Anatomy, LOST, and Desperate Housewives. Don't judge me. They were great.). It then came to bonfire time. During the 1st half of the night, we watched Dave, Greg, and Matt act like ninjas trying to chop up the wood for the fire. And then Dave proceeded to dress up as a ninja and ran into Village B and scared a bunch of girls. It was pretty much the sweetest.
I didn't get a ton of pictures or good footage, so I kind of combined it into a 30 second video or fire jumping and pictures of the evening.
(go here if the video won't work - http://youtube.com/watch?v=WEfvCwD8lMo)
P.S. Post Script, right Greg? :)
P.S.S. Even though Justin thinks I act like Pam from The Office, I have a confession to make. I am not. That being said, I did not walk the coals in the fire. I'm not that bold. Or that strong. Or that sweet. Sorry, guys. :(
P.S.S.S. Dave E. Evatt will be the death of me.
P.S.S.S.S. Andrew owes me a million dollars. Literally. $250,000 per year over the course of the next 4 years.