It's awesome...when you get a $25 off coupon code from eShakti just for being a new customer. Found an adorable dress in the overstock section (40% off). Got it for $15.90. Ooooh yeah!
It's awesome...playing the clothespin game at a friend's house warming party. You know, the one where everyone starts out with one clothespin, and if you see someone cross their arms or legs you get to take their clothespin...or visa versa. So simple, but so much fun.
It's awesome...when you realize you have more time left on your free Netflix trial than you thought you had. I am so going to get through all of Star Trek: Voyager!! =D
It's awesome...when the moonlight is so bright you can see your shadow on the snow.
It's awesome...knowing that Spring will be here before too long. Love the snow...but I am ready for Spring.
It's awesome...playing Mafia at our last game night. Too much fun! Picture post coming soon...like Aslan, I call all time "soon". ;)
It's awesome...listening to my family watch Sky King in the other room. I love old TV shows, but this one wins hands down as lamest show ever. The plots center around an airplane pilot/cowboy (I know, really?!) with the unlikely name of Sky King. Sky is his first name, and King is his last. Sky King. I only wish I were kidding you. Sky has a super annoying niece named Penny who is always getting kidnapped or something equally dumb. Not to mention, the actress playing Penny can't act to save her life. But, my dad is an airplane and helicopter pilot, so he loves it in spite of, or perhaps because of, it's corniness. I prefer to listen from the other room, doubled over in silent laughter.
It's awesome...when your friend has a grey cat named Gandalf. Get it? Gandalf the Grey? Awesomeness.
It's awesome...realizing that in 18 days, I will be 24. Where have the years gone? In all honesty, I still feel like I'm 18. Hard to believe that that was 6 years ago...wow. Now I feel old.
It's awesome...being asked to sing at our church's music night next month. Surprisingly, I'm actually looking forward to it, although I'll admit that my first thought was, "Why would anyone be so mean, asking me to get up in front of everyone and sing?!" But my bro really wants to do it, and his enthusiasm is rubbing off on me. We're going to sing "Glorious Day". And it will be fun, and I will control my nerves. After all, it's really not about me, it's about glorifying God and blessing those around me. Yeah, try and tell that to my nerves!
It's awesome...discovering this website. Just think of a fictional character and answer Akinator's questions honestly. I seriously spent hours this evening trying to stump him. His knowledge of Dicken's characters and Henty heroes is lacking. ;)
Have a lovely weekend, y'all!