So i'm slightly under the weather today..
why do people say under the weather?
Every time i say it i find myself trying to figure out how that saying got started..
And when I feel sick i really should refrain from social networking sites..
because i find myself wanting to punch walls because of things people are saying/doing..
do any of you have those days?
Where you read blogs/fb feed/etc and you're like
why am i reading this overly dramatic post?
(you're thinking that right now arnt you...?)
why are you on my facebook?
oh good for you, you found a box of kittens and saved a flower that was close to being smashed by a giant rainbow..
AND you wont the lottery??
clearly its time for me to be subdued in bed.
Thank goodness for Sarahs post,
that saved the blog universe today with its beauty.
And thank goodness for Jess,
who i am turning you over to..
because i refuse to leave you with this whiny post..
the type of post that makes me want to punch walls..
(please tell me you all have days like this..)
I am telling you though,
Jess's blog is AWESOME.
and her pictures are glorious.
I have mentioned her on this blog before,
so she is now a two time across the pond winner.
"I'm a fifth generation cowgirl from the budding metropolis
(insert heavy sarcasm)
of Coarsegold California.
I'm mildly obsessed with diet coke, fresh basil, Jane Austen movie adaptations, Audrey Hepburn,
reading, and our fluffy puppy Watson.
I've been married to the love of my life for two years,
and there's been lots of adventure to show for it.
Among our favorite activities are cuddling, popcorn eating, and
cinema watching (are we seeing a trend here?).
This is our life,
let's be friends."
PS: have any of you native english speakers done a teaching abroad program? where you go somewhere for 6 months to a year to teach english? ie: asia, italy, greece, france etc? if so, e mail me. email@example.com