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.
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 something 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