Haha, just been busy with life, kids, work, home, etc.. You know how it goes. I cant believe the holidays are here!! WOOHOO!!!!!! I love it! Even working retail, I still love it. So, living in Alaska is a VERY different experience-not a BAD experience, but it is a different culture and lifestyle here. Here are some of my funny tidbits of what I observe here-
*EVERYONE has staticky hair
*EVERYONE rolls up their jeans(so they dont get wet in the slush)
*Frozen snot is the norm
*Falling on the ice is the norm and nobody bats an eyelash
*Your truck sliding across the tundra doesnt cause panic, You just roll with it, LMAO
*people take their kids to school on sleds
*cold stone is still a busy place at 13 degrees
*moose dont slide on the ice
*people do really wear muklucks
*the frozen tundra doesnt stop some women from wearing hooker heels(but watching them walk is HILARIOUS
*reindeer sausage is number 1 here!!
*reminding 2 boys that santa lives just a few hours from here is FABULOUS!!
*We all wear spikes on our shoes here, BUT ME, because they are UGLY LMAO so Mary will continue to slide into buildings!
We are really having a fun time here, even Sal-who dislikes the cold thinks its beautiful. Dom thinks he is living here forever and if you tell him anything different he has a nervous breakdown.. I think HE is the 1 child out of 6 that isnt going to EVER like moving.. I have been working alot and I really do love it. I work for some really nice people
It is alot of fun living here, that is for sure. Tony has basketball tryouts next week, so lets wish him some luck!!!