If my hair were green, if my hair were green– it’d be the prettiest shade you’ve ever seen.

Who are you? What would you write in a message in a bottle sent out to sea? What is your favorite planet?

Today was jolly, even if irritable towards the end.

This morning we went to my grandmother’s house, which was nice, at least more so than usual. I got a second copy of The Tales of Beedle the Bard, so I’ll return one of them and buy something else, perhaps a copy of Let it Snow, which I still have yet to read, or maybe either Looking for Alaska or An Abundance of Katherines.

I also got a pair of lovely black and blue socks.

My father, Emma, Clara and me were going to go to Jake’s “gig,” as I mentioned yesterday, but the directions we had ended up being wonky and so it would have been over by the time we arrived. Instead, we went to the Philly Cheesesteak Factory and then to Giant to bring home ice cream for the crew. I bought a package of Good and Fruity. They are scrumptious, but my father had a couple and said they’re nothing like they used to be, which made me sad. A lot of things are different than what they used to be like. Change is supposed to be good, for the most part, but it often ruins nostalgic feelings.

I feel like there was something else I planned on mentioning but my mind is drawing a blank at the moment, so farewell.

Creatures, goodbye.

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