If there's such thing as a 'perfect typical day' I'm sure that today would have to be it...
Getting back to school after spring break // waking up early to read my Bible with the chirping birds and
golden sun // scrawling out a letter to my lovely friend, Carolyn // sipping a delicious smoothie for
breakfast... that contained well-hidden spinach. Yay for veggies in my breakfast! // very productive school time // taking a break during math to read a fairytale // wasting less than 10 minutes on the internet-- the whole day! // using my time in stead to read (Audrey Hepburn biography) // planting chamomile // getting nearly sunburned in March // doing history with my mamma and sister in the back yard, wearing our swimsuit tops and getting tan :) // eating salad and a bajillion carrots with lunch // running three miles, nearly stopping to walk because the heat was killing me, but finishing and feeling victorious // stir fry for dinner // a crescent moon.
Simply too perfect. Thank you, Lord!
If you had a perfect day, what would it look like? What time of year would it be, would it matter what you wore or when you woke up? Tell me about it!
Oh, and as for the Hunger Games premier, it was an exciting and eventful night. I have a few little adjustments I would've made with the movie, but for the most part I thought they did a really good job on it, especially for what a detailed book it is.
|Sophi, Em, Adelle [Nina], and me|
Now I have to tell you, at the premier I was dressed up as Katniss and there was a boy I spotted dressed as Peeta... and after talking to my friend Sophi who was dressed as the same, we decided to ask for a picture with him. Well, it was more like me running and yelling,
"Peeeeeettttaaaaaaa! Can we get a picture with you? See? Look! I'm Katniss, she's Katniss, we're both Katniss!! Can we have a picture together?? Please?"
Umm, yeah, so I kind of overdid it. He just looked at me like oh my gosh, you are so crazy. I think I might have scared him. A lot. And I'm not some boy-crazy gal who begs for pictures with random costumed people... actually I'd never done something like this in my life. I was nervous and my words came out garbled, making me look like a fool. But I'll probably never see him again, and it was memorable, so what did I lose? Exactly. Nothing.
What did you think of the movie?
Love, a hug, and fresh chamomile,