Did I mention I saw a shooting star on Sunday night? Obviously the picture above is not the actual one. My reaction time doesn't permit for actually catching things like that on film. I couldn't even tell my friend what I was looking at until it was gone. It was so big and bright I thought it was a plane...going down fast. So I watched and then saw a part break off and disappear, then another chunk break off and disappear and then the whole thing seemed to be swallowed up by the sky. It was, for lack of better wording, freaking awesome!
It was cool to see this little wannabe meteorite that had breached the atmosphere. Any bigger or any faster and there could have been some damage (and an upgrade to meteorite status). But what it ended up being was pretty cool and I'm sad for my friend who was with me and missed it because I didn't know how to form words at the time. I don't think I've ever seen a shooting star before, I feel pretty blessed to have seen one.
Have you ever seen a shooting/falling star? Did you act like an idiot like I did!?
In other news, we won our basketball game last night...in overtime. I can't take any credit what-so-ever. I don't shoot, I just, well I don't know what I do. I did knock the ball out once, the same time someone from the other team was right there. The ref called it out on them and the guy from the other team was like, "It was off her fingers." And he looked at me and I nodded, cause it was true. So the guy was like, "Even she says yes." And I nodded my head again for the ref and the ref smiled and said, "Yeah right." I don't know if I should take offense that he doesn't think I hit it out...or that he thinks I was lying...or what. But I just shrugged my shoulders, what can you do? All I know really know is that I need to step it up in basketball. I am too passive right now and I think I need to try and prove to my team that it was worth it to invite me to play. So hopefully next week I can report on some injury, either caused to someone by me, or done to me. Either way, means I would be playing harder.