A day with no plans

A day with no plans could mean no productivity and a whole lot of laziness. It could also mean a relaxing day, with no worries or cares. It’s all in what you make it. I thought I would be back to work by now, but that’s not the case. Instead I have one last day before school starts – a day with no plans. Even if nothing gets done, I will enjoy it. These days don’t come often enough.

If You Really Knew Me…..

you’d know that I’m not a girly girl at all. I never got into the whole princess thing as a kid. I dressed up as an old lady instead and called myself Eunice. You’d know that I can’t stand the color pink and my feelings towards purple are about the same.

you’d know that I wanted to work in a toll booth when I grew up. Later, I decided I wanted to be a jockey. I have pursued neither of these careers. Yet.

you’d know that I love to play piano even if I’m not terribly good at it. My hands start itching for a piano if I haven’t played in awhile. Oftentimes, I will play to an empty room, just to hear the music and the rhythm. I hated taking lessons while growing up, but I love playing.

you’d know that my favorite color is green, my favorite foods are bacon and apple pie, my favorite book is To Kill A Mockingbird (along with a few others), my favorite season is summer, and my favorite accessory is a scarf.

you’d know I’m not a big shoe person. I have two pairs of sandals that I rotate between during the summer months (not counting flip flops, of course) and a trusty pair of boots for the winter. That’s it.

you’d know that I am a country girl in love with the city. I love the city I live in now and I love visiting cities. The crowds, the buildings, the noise, it’s all exciting to me. But growing up in the country ingrains┬ásomething into your bones that never leaves. Because of this, I have a deep abiding love for the smell of fresh cut grass and rain. I love the sound of frogs at night. I love being able to look up at the sky and feel engulfed by the stars. There’s even a small part of me that feels somehow connected to the sound of country music, pickup trucks, and the excitement of hunting season.

you’d know that I love being a twin, but you wouldn’t ask me that because you’d know how annoying I find that question. Having a twin sister is hard to explain. We’re totally different, but we get each other. It’s like having a best friend who knows all about you.

you’d know that I like things to be in order and to happen in a certain order. When I go shopping, I like to work my way through the store in an orderly fashion. When I’m writing, I like my letters to be the same size and my lines straight. When I’m working, I like things to be clean and organized. The world doesn’t end if things are not orderly and organized, but my world is a whole lot better when they are.

Thanks again to Danielle for post inspiration