Archive for March, 2011


AHHHHH! AHHHH!

AHHHH! Yes, I know I have over used capitals. But I have a reason. And a very good one at that.

I JUST FINISHED MY NOVEL! YAY!
The one I was writing that is. *cheeky grin* Yes! It’s the first book I’ve written and it’s 82k+. 🙂 🙂 🙂

Can you tell I’m ecstatic?

Again, YAY!

~The StoryWeaver

If I could go anywhere in the world, I would want to go to either England or India.

I love England. I think it’s a writer thing because a lot of writers I know want to go. If I could, I would want to go back to York. It’s a small, quaint town that is so beautiful and old. I love it. I also would go to London- surprise, surprise- because it’s London!

I want to go to India pretty badly. It’s one of those countries that really turns your life around and I hope I have that opportunity.  I don’t know how I could handle the heat, though. 🙂

Other places I would like to go are Russia, Moskva specifically, Italia, Egypt and South America. I just love traveling.

Don’t you? Where do you want to go?

~The StoryWeaver

And that would have to be books. I love books! And I read all the time. Like ALL the time. I’m currently reading Jane Eyre right now, actually. It’s pretty good, so far. Not really my kind of books, but there you go.

I guess chocolate could also be in this category. I like chocolate, especially dark chocolate. Yummy.

What’s one of your guilty pleasures?

~The StoryWeaver

I like daydreaming about my wedding and watching shows about wedding dresses. So I know what songs I’m going to play. Here’s one:

I think it’s so pretty and so true. There is actually another song I want to play as well, but that’s for a later post because it makes me sob. 🙂

What song do you want played at your wedding?

~The StoryWeaver.

Hi! I’m sorry for my lack of posts, but life has been crazy. And I couldn’t find any picture of me from ten years ago than I can post. 🙂 Long stoooory that I don’t want to explain.

So a photo of me. Let me go hunt down a picture. Just a second.

*Jeopardy music*

*clock ticking*

Here I am!

It was quite a while ago. Actually, more like six months but I don’t really have any pictures that are more recent. I don’t like taking pictures of myself. 🙂 I prefer scenery. Or other things. Like this:

These are the Bulgarian Palace Guards. They're marching to welcome the Albanian president.

 

Or this:

Frost is pretty. 🙂

 

So do you like pictures? Taking pictures? I do, obviously. Haha.

~StoryWeaver

A photo I took. Hm. Here’s one I took this summer, at the Romanian border.

This is possibly the shortest post I’ve written. Well, a picture’s worth a thousand words I guess.

~The StoryWeaver

What do you think?

Dear JiJoo (AKA Janet.)

Thank you so much for living with us for a year. You were awesome and I’ll always treasure the memories of orange chocolate, hamsters, the Princess Bride and soap candy. Not to mention ketchup. Yeah, I hate ketchup now because you ate it on a waffle. 🙂

Thank you for all your patience dealing with a know-it-all seven year old, a blonde five year old, a quiet three year old and a baby sleeping in your room. Well, some of us slept in your room. The rest kept you up all night.

I remember you helped all of us with our letters, and watched us during classes and meetings. That was always fun when you were there and we would go eat ice cream.

I miss you so much, and to me, you’ll always be that fun-loving, Scottish nineteen year old that was sweet enough to let us into your hearts. I wish you all the best with Matt, Tim and the baby on the way. And if you ever need some help, I’ll come over to Perth. 🙂

Love you.

~The StoryWeaver.

 

Five things I can’t live without. I’m assuming this doesn’t include people because people are not things.

1. Books. I cannot live without books.

2. Music. ❤ Music!

3. The Internet. Mainly because that’s where I get all my books and music from. And TV. And movies.

4. Warm drinks. I love love love coffee, tea and hot chocolate. 🙂

5. Blankets. Blankets are awesome. They’re sos warm and warm and warm!

This is excluding air, water, food etc. because they’re kinda obvious. Hahahaha.

What are your favorite things?

~StoryWeaver

Hmm, a moment I could relive. This is hard. Hrm.

I know! My twelfth birthday. It was a surprise party and my whole school came. (There’s 14 people in the school) I had a lot of fun and my friends are awesome. 🙂

Yay!

I did this on time!

What’s a moment you want to relive?

~The StoryWeaver

Yeah, I know. I missed a day. However, I had a friend over and the internet was down. It took five minutes to open a page. Onto day five. Quotes!

Do I have to pick a favorite? I can’t pick a favorite!

But here are a couple of them.

“Never doubt that a small, thoughtful group of committed individuals can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing ever has.” Margaret Mead.

“I knew God will not give me anything I can’t handle. I just wish He didn’t trust me so much.” -Mother Theresa.

“Mom. You may not know this but a thousand or a hundred years ago there was a man named Hitler. And he locked people in a boat and they couldn’t get out.” – Voldemort’s little sister.

“Writing is a socially acceptable form of schizophrenia.” E.L. Doctorow.

What do you think? I like quotes, do you?

~The StoryWeaver.