DISCLAIMER: This is a very old draft (two years old!) that I found and finally decided to publish. I first typed it up as early as February of 2013. So this was all before I had someone specific in mind other than a faceless husband. But the quotes still make me giggle the same way they did before, so in an effort to show that I have not changed all that much from two years ago when I was a totally unattached woman…
JUDAH BEN HUUUUUR!!
After work I was supposed to be focusing on gathering supplies for my 21st birthday, but instead I bought other things. Well, I did buy a jumbo back of plastic champagne glasses. :P Yes, that screams me to high heaven. I also scoped out tablecloths and possible party favors, so I wasn’t a total failure… Continue reading I bought things today
I love reading friendship quotes. I especially love laughing at the sappiness of them and tacking on additions to make them more suited to my own ideals of friendship. Like this! “A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out.” A best friend already kicked everyone out because… Continue reading True Friendship in Quotes
Oh, no, it wasn’t the airplanes. It was Beauty killed the Beast. I hate that ending line. So. Much. I’m not exactly sure why, but I can surmise. I think, quite possibly, I hate it a lot because any phrase including both the words “beauty” and “beast” should be a reference to the most gorgeous… Continue reading Beauty killed the beast
I like “my dear.” In my mind there are four tones for the phrase “my dear” which all offer different meaning to it. 1. The spousal tone. Grandma: Did you fix that chair yet? Grandpa: Yes, my dear. Rhett Butler: I’m leaving you, my dear. 2. The condescending tone. (Is often merged with the 1st… Continue reading Sweet Talkin Saturday: My Dear
Whilst messing around Google to search links for questionnaires, surveys, and the like, I stumbled across this lovely page: 25 Beautifully Illustrated Thought-Provoking Questions …and I’m going to answer some of them. (The questions I skipped were just too obvious for me. They weren’t challenging enough to answer.) Alas, I can’t provide the same kind… Continue reading Questions To Make You Think