You know that feeling you get after you finish a REALLY good book and all you can think about for the next week and a half is that book and those characters and how much you love them and you just want to read it again from the very beginning and you can’t pick up any other book because you just can’t get it out of your head? That feeling is the best.
A busy weekend for me! We shot our last wedding of the year on Saturday and had a great time. It was one of those events where everyone was so super nice, which made our job a lot easier. I’ve also spent a lot of time on my dollhouse project and it’s coming along nicely. I never thought this new hobby would be so fun. I mean, it’s just making tiny things, right? But I love it. I also started a new art series that will be challenging on a personal level but so worth it. It’s only the second collection I’ve ever done but I know it’s going to be good. On top of that I’ve been cleaning and organizing my house (which is never quite tidy enough for me, given the arts and crafts junk lying around ALL THE TIME) and I even got some reading time in. For some reason I’m in the mood to re-read a lot of things, most of which are fantasy stuff.
Still haven’t got my Christmas decorations up, but who has time for all that? :)
Treat me like your favorite book: talk about me with excitement, even through the ups and downs, and maybe because of them, think of me reverently, for all the wonder offered to you, and look at me fondly for all the memories I will have given you.
My anxiety has been getting the best of me lately, so I haven’t been online as much. I’ve started a new hobby and it’s helping so far, which is nice. Anyway, I just wanted to let y’all know what’s up. Thanks for sticking with me! You guys are great.
So far I’ve made pecan pies, a sweet potato cheesecake, and cornbread dressing. I haven’t been myself lately and it’s been bothering me. I had a good chat with my best friend today and it made me realize I haven’t been giving myself enough me time lately. So I’m making an effort to do things that relax me so I can think and figure things out. Tonight seemed like a good time to do some baking therapy and it’s working!
My family will enjoy the fruits of my therapy tomorrow. :)
I love when my friends on Facebook complain about shopping at a crowded store. Look, you think you hate shopping there? Your twenty minute experience is my eight hours a day. Maybe you could help things go a little more smoothly by taking a course in how to be a courteous and respectful customer. We are more likely to do more to help you if you didn’t yell and curse at us.
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