:: Even if you are on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there. ::
:: The longer you wait for something, the more you'll appreciate it when you get it because anything worth having is definitely worth waiting for. ::
You should listen to this guy's playing and singing!!! On top of having a great voice, he plays lots of instruments.Very talented!!! (I got to hear him in 'Forward Son' the other day.) Here are three of his songs: Wildflowers Runaway Train Wreck of the Old '97'
A good friend from work got married this week. It was my first Amish wedding. It was fascinating and I thoroughly enjoyed myself. Even down to the hard benches we sat on for the ceremony.
A lot of us waitresses and past waitresses were servers for lunch and supper. We literally laughed all day.
Somehow, no matter how different we are, working together has made us all close friends.
Aren't the colors pretty?
Huge thank you to my friend Lynn for sewing this dress for me.
Sadly I wasn't able to sneak a picture of the bride as she was surrounded by people all day.
This. This is a favorite photo from last year. In Europe (London, to be exact) with 5 people who went from strangers to good friends in a few hours.
Some of us met each other just hours from boarding the plane in NYC. There is just something very bonding about traveling together. Taking in the smells, tastes, accents and wrong side of the road driving all at once can be overwhelming, but it helps to have others around who are experiencing the same things.
It was drizzling and grey the day we moved into our second story apartment. After mad dashes up and down the stairs and through the droplets of rain, we finally closed the door and stared dismally at our damp belongings thrown hurriedly in piles about the room. There was no bed, no table, no place to sit, and most importantly, nothing to eat. It was not a cheery beginning to our new life in a new state.
What had we done?
In theory, I loved the idea of moving to a brand new place. A clean slate. New places to explore. New friends to make. I was optimistic.
After a few hours and more than a few $$, we managed to procure an air mattress, a few towels and cooking utensils and enough groceries to get us by until we could plan a bit better. Never underestimate the cheering power of cheese sandwiches and tomato soup.
I’ll forever be thankful that we moved in on a Saturday. That gave us the weekend to organize a bit and gather our wits before Monday came.
The Husband started h…