It's funny because I always wonder what people that follow me on Pinterest think. You can tell what is on my mind based on what I pin.
I used to be so bright and cheery in the morning. Up early, and ready to tackle the day. These days the only thing I'm ready to tackle in the morning is my pillow.
I enjoyed living in the states and there are many great aspects of it that I do enjoy but I wanted to poke fun at other aspects so I figured I'd post about them.
I try to find shows that have at least 50 episodes because since I'm going to spend my child free guilty pleasure time before bed watching something I want it to be something I can watch for at least a week straight before I have to invest myself in something else.
In my early years (before I was 9 or 10) I didn't see people in color nor did I realize that people identified you by color. Obviously I knew that there were different skin tones but to me that is all that it was. All of that changed when we moved to the states for the first time after growing up overseas. Overseas I went to school on a military base and my class was sprinkled with all colors of the skin tone rainbow and my class mates's parents were from all over the world. Then we moved to South Dakota...diversity wasn't exactly the specialty.
I've been on quite the hiatus this year. Just as I was getting into a routine of writing regularly, life went and threw me a curve ball. So if you've read any of the previous posts, you'll know that I had been contemplating moving. I wasn't sure if to get an RV to travel the …
So we did typical first date things- went out to eat (he took me to a local pizza joint and ordered wings...how in the world can you eat chicken wings and look cute?! You can't so I decided f*c$ it, I'm just going to eat the wings, forget being cute, and trying to impress, that's not me anyway. So I ate at least 10 wings and a slice of pizza and wanted to go into a food coma). As we rode in the car one day I noticed that we had almost the same radio stations saved on our radios. If it were a town of 1,200 people that wouldn't be saying much but living in a city with a plethora of stations I realized we had love for the same music, oldies being our number one station of choice. Sign #1.