Saturday, May 8, 2010

Yay for what I will make of tomorrow

(I took these a few days ago while on my way out the door, somehow I hadn't noticed them before and that made me a little sad)

A while back I promised myself I would never again blog late at night but ooops... it's almost 3 am and here I am. I tend to write things I regret when it is this late, lack of censorship and magnified emotions.
I am tired from going full speed in place, does that ever happen to any of you? So tomorrow I will make sure to sleep in, I am going to take myself on a date for a little bit and just catch up on being alive (something I have avoided).

While at work I chitchat with Claire over gchat, most days I quickly make up a pseudo life for myself to let her know who I really am/supposed to be, sometimes I am gemologist or wildlife biologist, sometimes I am at home sewing something for a kid and about to pick tomatoes from my garden for lunch. Today I was okay with being where I was, that was nice.



Andy said...

Censorship is for lesser people.

I say: stay up later.

Kat Clark said...

I thought of something while I was sitting on the potty this morning that I really wanted to tell you and now I can't rem....HOLD THE PHONE (pun intended) I REMEMBERED!!!!!

The reason you keep dropping your phone in the can is because you have the most feminine and beautiful skinny fingers of anyone I know. You should gain some weight in your digits and then you won't keep dropping your tele. Tada!

Kat Clark said...

BTW, I love you as you. But using your imagination is very healthy. Like seriously, I think they have done studies to prove that imaginiative/creative people have less instance of brain diseases later on in life. Not kidding! But don't quote me on that. :)

Amy said...

I totally do that all the time! Only, instead of imagining I am sewing for my kid, I imagine I am you. Getting to go on all these fun trips and use your creative talents to live. I admire you in so many ways and am glad you are in my life! Can't wait to see you on Thursday! It will be fun!

Claire Valene Bagley said...

"Almost all words do have color and nothing is more pleasant than to utter a pink word and see someone's eyes light up and know it is a pink word for him or her too." Gladys Taber

Claire Valene Bagley said...

Dang. I like this quote.


Amy Jo said...

I feel so much from these pictures

Amy Jo said...


that quote.