Sunday, March 6, 2011

Weirdness Again

Kaya here. :-)

More weird stuff at our house. We're starting to think it may be haunted! (Actually, there's been some debate at our house about whether ghosts are real; the vote is pretty evenly split.) Otherwise we're not sure how to explain this stuff.

We were all sitting around in the living room tonight. Felicity was doing some kind of homework thing, I was reading a magazine, Molly was sketching, Charissa was playing with her stuffed animals, and Evelyn was carrying on a boisterous and apparently two-way conversation with the houseplant. (She's not crazy, don't worry. She's just an eight-year-old playing pretend.)

Kirsten and Josefina were arguing over the TV remote. Josefina said we'd already watched news today and didn't need to watch another news show, while Kirsten retorted that it wasn't fair to watch something in Spanish because most of us can't understand it. They seemed to be at a stalemate, and eventually they were yelling so loud that neither of them could hear the television anyway, so I'm not sure what the point was.

Kirsten was making a particularly impassioned argument for watching Jim Lehrer, and suddenly a glass on the table between them shattered. They both just kind of stared at it for awhile. It was in a million tiny pieces, almost like sand.

Felicity looked up from her homework and told them to chill. I'm not sure if it's what she said or because of the glass, or if the debate had just run its course, but suddenly they both decided they wanted to watch the Wizard of Oz DVD instead.

The point is, a glass just shattered! For no reason! My opinion? Definitely haunted!



  1. Ooh! Your house sounds scary! I bet you are excited to meet your cousin though. I wish my cousins could come live with me sometimes! They're a lot cooler than my dorky older brother!

  2. The funny thing is, the house doesn't really seem that scary. It's pretty new, less than ten years old. It doesn't have a foreboding atmosphere or anything.

    I'm just not sure why else these weird things would be happening!

    The houses that were here before our house burned down. (Fires happen a lot in our city.) As far as we know, no one died, just property damage. Stuff could have happened in the past, though, so I'm sticking to ghosts as the explanation.

    We're VERY excited about having our cousin come. I've never met her because I only joined the family in August, but the others say she's nice.

    No brothers here! We're a house of girls.