I'm Hispanic. I live in Tennessee. I love my Savior, warm weather, and laughing until my sides hurt.
Feed me words.
Oh hello there, blisters on my feet.
Note to self, remember to NEVER wear those cute sandals out again, unless your only plans are to sit for the rest of forever.
Someone get me a forever lazy or a onesie or a snuggie. Any of the previously mentioned would be great, thanks.
And, HEY! I like blogging about the internet. Or, blogging about/to people I meet on the internet.
Ok, I’m awkward and this is coming out all wrong. (My excuse for everything. Eloquence, where are you when I need you?)
Anyways, I roamed the streets of Chatty today with miss lady lady Stephanie and then ate my weight in red velvet ice cream. You don’t understand. Ben & Jerry know what they’re doing, man.
Despite the fact that I realized how much I actually don’t like the heat (I love the weather; I hate sweating), walking around downtown today just made me super pumped for summer and all of its sunshine and amazingness and I’m about to make up some adjectives because I can’t actually think of any legitimate ones (see: beautimosity, asdfghkl-ity, etc.)
Bring it on, cool adventures that I’ll eventually think of, soon enough. Err… maybe I should get on that…
Do I ever stop buying/reading them? I could honestly blow every paycheck I ever get on books.
I’ve been crawling all over the Borders and Barnes & Noble websites in search of the perfect book for a good friend of mine. He’s not into classics, so I’m trying to avoid looking into them, although it’s very tempting. I just love the classics. What better books to educate and culture yourself with? I, myself, bought two books this past Sunday (I honestly had nothing better to do than go browse B&N while in Rome for my sister’s wedding). A copy of David Copperfield and To Kill a Mockingbird.
Now, my collection is microscopic compared to my sisters’ collections. It’s like a library up in there. I absolutely love it. Not to mention the fact that they have to buy books for school. Which makes me all the more giddy because I’ve already had to buy three books this year for my English class. I can’t wait to imagine how many I’ll have accumulated by my senior year of college. And that’s not counting the ones I buy out of pure interest.
Sadly, I can’t share with you the awesome books I’ve found so far (related searches on the websites are amazing) because the friend whom I’m researching the books for, follows me on tumblr.
I can’t wait to see whether he likes the books or not (of course I very much hope he does) , and discuss them and analyze them and speculate ideas relating to them.
Basically I can’t wait to see him and be a big nerd for the duration of my Christmas break.