by that title, i either sound like a mom or a 7 year old, haha. that’s ok, i like doing kid stuff. those who are kids at heart are the funnest people, am i right? ;p kidding. but yes, as you can see from my photos, my a-little-over-20-yr-old good friends, boyfriend, and i gathered last weekend to have a crafting party! more specifically, a perler bead crafting party.
welcome home tomás!
david’s band playing at a bar
I don’t really like Valentine’s Day. I don’t have anything against it; it’s just not my thing or David’s, so we just don’t celebrate it. Yesterday consisted of being outside his garage, talking in the moonlight, with frequent visits of his neighbor’s dog, drinking sprite, taking pictures, a lot of hugging and when-we-get-married talk. I loved it. I love him. Possibly my favorite Valentine’s Day so far. How was yours?
This year has been pretty good so far. Can’t wait to see what else it has in store.
2015 was good to me too. I lost people, I met people. I probably cried more times than I laughed, if I must be honest. But I treasure it. It taught me a lot of things, especially to not stress over the little things and that everything happens for a reason. Two very important things to remember in this life.
Anyway, friends. I hope you have a very good Monday night. Cherish every moment you can!!
tonight we ran around town looking for a place to eat. we wanted tacos, but all the good, authentic mexican food places were already closed. we probably spent an hour searching. guess where we ended up eating: burger king.
we then ran back home to turn in homework that was due midnight.
my sister took this picture of us in front of the christmas tree before we left. too bad it didn’t come out :\ maybe next time!
i really love this man and our little adventures.
now we’re off to bed. goodnight!
p.s: this is my 100th blog post. yay!
i love these people.
and the hot dogs and donuts we ate.
happy holidays, everybody!