May 31, 2010
A photograph of the horse I rode last Wednesday. Her name was Seanie. I love horses so much and although the guide wouldn't even let me trot a little.....I still had fun riding with the one I love and being with these beautiful creatures. If only I could be a girl living in the wide open plains in the 1700's. If only I could be an Indian princess and ride a horse everyday and run through forests and rivers. Because now-a-days you have to be wealthy or even more wealthy to own a horse. You have to have money and if not only that...space....because even if I was rich I would not want to board up my horse...I'd want to ride her every day. Oh, how I want to ride again so badly. I guess I'm being a little bit of a sour patch for wanting things that I don't have....but doesn't everyone? XOX
May 29, 2010
My most wonderful long distance friend Ellie has started a new blog called Letters From Grace. She writes letters to people, places and things that have affected her or currently have a grip on her beautiful soul. She is an amazing writer and I know you will enjoy her blog! Check it out! She also has a formspring where you can ask her questions here.
May 27, 2010
I can already picture him getting annoyed with having to stop again so I can go to the bathroom. Or the classic, " wrong way!", "no, I know how to get there babe." I haven't been to San Francisco in several years and what better person to go with then my favorite guy in the world. :) So although I'm not a huge fan of Summer...I know this Summer will be amazing. I've lost 3 pounds so far this week, Tasmin is going to get a cell phone soon, Stephen is making more money, my parents are great.....everything is just working out swell. I know I don't have anything exciting to say so you don't have to comment or anything. I'm just so surprised that I ave such a good attitude this season. Well, anyhow I must be off to clean the kitchen. Hope you girls have an awesome day and remember: You can always ask me questions on my formspring.
May 24, 2010
I wish this question would have asked alive or dead because I would have loved to be invited to one of Marie Antoinette's parties. I've always longed for a lavish experience with lots of divine deserts, food and decorations. I could just picture myself in a huge gown, drink in hand and walking around elegantly. If I was invited to her birthday party....I would give her the most beautiful hat with tricolor ribbons and feathers. Oh, what a thought. <3
P.S I'm currently reading the book Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. I know Twilight is such old news but I don't know why I've never read the darn book! I feel like such a nerd for liking the book and reading it so long after but I just thought I'd share. haha
May 20, 2010
Asculta mai multe audio Muzica
I've been in a very French mood lately and the other day I even put my apron on, put on some red lipstick and drew on a mole....and began singing french songs while making pancakes. Quite a lovely morning if I don't say so myself. There is nothing more amusing then playing pretend and enjoying life as you think it should be. I hope to go to Paris someday....I know it would suit me.
May 14, 2010
If you ask my mom she will tell you I can't stand ANY type of chore....which is pretty much true. BUT I can tolerate any chore though with music blasting because it keeps me going and gets me distracted.
May 9, 2010
I once knew a boy named Forester. He had dark hair and even darker eyes. I still have dreams about those eyes and those moments of thinking about everything and nothing at all. We would climb into the woods and pretend we were rangers or lost royal members of the castle nearby. Mapped out plans of the future, old photographs stained with tears and years of baggage that not even time can erase. Swimming in the pond naked.....not embarrassed or scared. We were innocent, free and undignified. I always wondered if our folks worried about us. Spending countless hours in the trees. Feeling like we were floating. Floating above the world. He was one with the crunched leaves and the open sky. He was a forester. And I miss him so.
May 4, 2010
Asculta mai multe audio Muzica
The bar is in full swing, and floating rounds of cocktails permeate the garden outside, until the air is alive with chatter and laughter, and casual innuendo and introductions forgotten on the spot, and enthusiastic meetings between women who never knew each others names.
Laughter is easier minute by minute, spilled prodigality, tipped out at a cheerful word. The groups change more swiftly, swell with new arrivals, dissolve and form in the same breath; already there are wanderers, confident girls who weave here and there among the stouter and more stable, become a sharp, joyous moment the center of a group.
- The Great Gatsby
One of my favorite books of all time. I've probably read this classic about 5 times. :) I even wanted to name one of my kids Gatsby....but my husband would probably kill me. Do you have any books you've read a dozen times?
May 2, 2010
To show his amazing support and encouragement: drum roll: Stephen bought me the cutest little apron in just my favorite colors. :) I made my very first pancakes this morning and they were actually pretty good! I can't wait till my mom comes back from the cruise so I can finally make her pancakes on Saturday morning.
P.S My family is coming home tomorrow which means Stephen will no longer be living here. haha. It was such an amazing experience! I learned a lot about him and a lot about me...more importantly. I'm taking on more responsibility and I'm thinking much more realistically about things. No doubt...I am still that wonderful dreamer and star gazer and curious little thing....but sometimes you just need to take care of business....or in this case...future household duties. :)
P.P.S Do any of you like to cook?