How, I wish I could pull off this kind of style. Since our trip to Hornby Island this summer, i am in love with the hippie, nature-child life. Anyways, i love this photo. What an adorable engagement pic. You can see it all here.
this video is so so so sweet. And apparently much needed around here. I am stuck at the computer today writing a 3000 word paper on an ill-defined topic and it's due on Tuesday. I just went to visit my boyfriend in the bedroom where he's taken shelter from my ticky typing and odd growling noises. He wrote me a song on his guitar which he calls "when my girlfriend is grumpy on Sunday mornings". Ah yes. There's nothing I'd like to do more than prove him wrong but this paper isn't going away. Ah, well, I enjoyed the rest of my weekend.
Recently I have been feeling a bit, well, shall we say antsy. I have been prone to sudden, yet subtle, pouty mood swings in which my subconscious begins to ponder whether or not the boyfriend really loves me as much as he says he does. Meanwhile, my conscious-self tries to hide the crazy from the boyfriend while also trying to elicit soothing, loving gestures from him to soothe the angst of my subconscious. Since there is nothing i am more sure of in this world than the fact that we love each other like shooting stars and rainbows, this terrible display of ridiculousness has been a bit frustrating.
The trouble is, I don't like waiting, and I don't like not knowing how much longer I have to wait. I just want to tell people already and shout from the rooftops that WE ARE IN LOOOVE!!!*&#^!%!!!!
So today, I tried to have a conversation without having a conversation and it ended like this:
him: well, we'd kind of lose the surprise.
me: yeah, but it's happening?
him: it's happening.
And now I can wait, happily, hopefully non-crazily, until it really happens.