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Monday, June 27, 2011

A shirt for me and a shirt for you


Just picture these all in t-shirt form, because they all do in fact come as a t-shirt. They come from a sweet web sight called threadless, just check it out here, (click on the word threadless and it will sent you to the page)

Wild Wild Wind

Piano Skyline (FYI: looks like a piano from far away)

A Book Lover (This one is my favorite)


To The Sky

Lonely Traveller


Something cold to help beat the heat



I am not going to go into much detail, that will be for a later post, but I just wanted to give you all a taste of things to come and a little fun I have been up too. Truth is I love Lemon-aid stands. So when ever I see one I pull over and enjoy a glass. I came across these young kids on my way home from a boutique with my friend Hannah and pulled over to find them selling smoothies. I asked what they were selling for and they are trying to fund for a trip to Oklahoma for the summer. They did the same thing last year for their last summer trip. So I wish them the best of luck with the smoothing selling business. Plus the mango peach smoothing was very good. The perfect thing to help beat the heat!

Thursday, June 23, 2011

You always make me smile.

Thanks to my brother for posting this link in an email. I have always wanted to do this run, and this makes me want to do it even more!



P.S. I love the song on the video and the music video is just as fun


Monday, June 13, 2011

word time

Gaggle: gag.gle [gag-uh]

Verb
-to cackle

Noun
-a flock of geese when now flying.
-on often noisy or disorderly group or gathering.
-an assortment of related things.


Used in a sentence:
-They followed her everywhere, like a gaggle of children promised a treat out of a grandmother's pocket.

I came across this word in my reading and was very curious what it meant. It makes much more sense to me now considering what book I am reading too. Please enjoy this word as much as have.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Read Forever

*This is why I read. And I must say, these words are not mine, I only wish I wrote them. I stole them from a nook commercial, which you can watch here. I just like this commercial for some odd reason.*

Till all the books are read,
and all the pens are put down,
and everything there is to learn is learned.

Till the tears are no longer shed,
and the zingers have all zinged,
and the irony is all ironed out.

Till the heroes retire,
and the monsters return to their dens,
and all the plots are wrapped up.

Till there are no more twists or turns,
no more guns and draws,
no more shaggy dogs.

Till rhymes stops rhyming,
and pots stop boiling,
and everyone is happy,
and there is nothing more to say.

Till that day-I will read!


Sunday, June 5, 2011

In my tree

I have always wanted to live in a tree. I even built a tree house with my friend Mauri, which she fell out of (but thats a story for another time).