The food portion of the day is over and now everyone is sitting in the living room drinking tea, even my dad. Great aunt Joan and I are wearing the same shoes, she’s precious. I can tolerate this kind of holiday.
“She always writes about spots of time or moments of being. Like how the vast majority of human lives mean nothing and you’re existing, basically unconsciously, and it’s this grayness and that’s how I feel until I come back again. I go through the motions and it’s doable and sometimes I forget that I’m just going through motions but then I see you again and remember what actual life is like and how I actually feel.”—
I am so unbelievably pleased that we both take pleasure in stalking/mocking the same blog. This is how I know that you are my soulmate and that we will live forever as vampires eternally making fun of everyone, reading good books, and dressing cutesy unless we are having popsicles.
Because we both know what type of outfit is required for eating popsicles.
I love watching Natalie Paris read. You can always tell when she’s at a really good part in the story because she starts smiling to herself and shaking her head a little. Everyone thinks she’s absolutely nuts but I’d be willing to bet that she’s having more fun than the rest of us.
When I was on my 15 at work today, I read an article about a website that helps you erase someone from your life. You basically enter in all of their internet information and their name and then once you’ve submitted it, that person’s Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and even their name on google, will never show up on your computer again. I’m intrigued.
And now I want to watch Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
November 1st marks the first day of my gift making season even though Christmas is over a month away. There are only a few people to make things for, but I know it always takes me much more time than I ever give myself to get things finished. Therefore, I will be heading to Panera later tonight for tea and gifting. I’m so excited. Too excited.