Today was good. (: I finished everything except my final exam with my grammar. Please pray that I pass this class! I don’t have the money to retake it a third time, so I’m hoping and praying for the best!
Today was a wonderful, much-needed day. I went to church, and then spent the rest of my day with my friend. We went to our PLE group at a local tea shop, and it was a wonderful talk about the action of believing (how it is a verb) and how faith is a noun, it is something you have. We also spoke about the power of our words. It was wonderful. (: Then, I went back over to my friend’s home and watched “I Am Number Four” and “Les Miserables”. It was such a good day.
Workkkk. It was.. fun? I finished “She Said Yes” though, and it was phenomenal. I’m planning on writing a post about it at some point . . . you know how I am though.
Now? Off to bed to spend some time with God, and reading “Grapes of Wrath”.
By the way.. watch “Hereafter”. I almost cried. Almost.
Acquiring an SLR
Acquiring a Polaroid
Finishing ‘The Notebook Theme’
Writing a novel
Seeing Paris in the Spring
Acquiring an old-fashion typewriter
Watching all of Judy Garland’s films
Singing in front of a group
Not speaking one word for a whole day
Learning Spanish, Italian, and French
Riding a Moped
Riding a horse with no saddle
Reading Kon Tiki
Creating my own personal library
Filling out a journal
Reading the Bible cover to cover
Reading Pilgrim’s Progress
Capturing love in a photographStarting a photography business
Earning a Medical Transcription certificate
Getting a job
Spending a day at the Hawthorne District
Spending a day at the Saturday Market
Tattooing my side with meaning
Riding the bus
Taking a road trip to Forks, La Push and Port Angeles, Washington
Finishing a jawbreaker
Reading 20 books written about Jacqueline Kennedy
Reading “She Said Yes”
Watching the greatest movies filmed in 1939 and reading each film’s book
Watching all Alfred Hitchcock movies
Doing a 365 project
Acquiring a DSLR
Finishing “A Collection of Thoughts”
Seeing the Bodies exhibit
Taking care of a Bonsai tree
Publishing my Poetry as a book
Meeting a Person for Each Birthday of a Year
Opening my Own Gallery of my Best Work in Photography
Taking Art Classes to learn the technical side of Painting and Drawing
Spending a day in a field of red poppies taking a photoshoot and relaxing with my honey
Reading at least one book of all the author’s on the big painting in Barnes and Noble cafes
Creating a Heart shape with Polaroid photography I take
Reading all of Shakespeare & watching one movie for each
Spending a day at Ikea with my love
Watching all of Jane Seymour and Charlton Heston‘s movies
Seeing both of the homes I grew up in years from now
Having Kevin teach me how to use chopsticks
Completing the Marilyn Monroe mosaic puzzle
Filling a jar full of origami stars for each wish or prayer
Learning each of my heritage’s language
Attending a Midnight premiere
Being at Time Square, New York on New Year’s Eve
Being at the Beach when it Snows
Reading every book on the BBC 100 book list
Reading every Disney Classics’ movie based on a book
Not adding 1 item until 7 are crossed off
Having a Pen Pal from a different country
Listing at least 3 things I am thankful for each day for a year
Wow. There are so many things that I could say about this book. It is . . . something I think all young people should read. I’ll write more on this later tonight, if I have time. Read it though. It’ll alter a few things.
Inspiration: Sweet dreams.
Hm. Today was good. (: It was actually very good. I finally have all the money I need for school, with some extra! So I will be saving that for this fall! I also put “She Said Yes” on hold at the library, so that’s another It list item crossed off once I finish it.. (:
Again, I beg of you
Lose yourself in foreign moments
Comforts are for children with blankets.
Step outside the line of where you are
& where you want to be.
Count the seconds you fall in love,
& cherish the quality of what you do not know.
Breathe in the charms of a smile
& catch a glimpse of the beauty of soft whispers.
The foreign qualities of a map are contagious.
The feeling of that ticket in your hand, thrilling.
The taste of that flight, so many miles from your blanket,
Only a traveling ghost could grasp hold of this for life.