So it took an hour just to set up this game. I guess I know what my plans are for tomorrow night… #AxisAndAllies
As unusual as it is, I got a bit of time to myself tonight. I was truly alone, nobody with me, no phone, and music blasting out of the radio. I was listening to a mix of Something Corporate and Jack’s Mannequin Which would usually be put into the sad music category, but really I was nostalgic.
Typically nostalgia is defined as a longing for a happy point in the past, but it was exactly happy points in time that I was thinking of. I just kind of drove around this small town to all the places I’ve been. I had to drive to the neighboring city to pick something up and it was almost surreal because five years ago it was a two lane road you had to drive down for about fifteen miles to get to the next town and now it’s this bustling middle class suburban town. As I drove back in to my hometown the song Dark Blue by Jack’s Mannequin came on. “Have you ever been alone in a crowded room well I’m here with you” Hearing that just made me think of my love and how much he means to me. I’m so happy right now. I’m not show my emotions that much, but the difference now is that I may not show my emotions that much but I am honest about them now. That being said I’m elated and excited for my future.
We may be young, but we are not naive. We have been through a lot together. Some things that people who have been married for ten years haven’t been through. I have faith and knowledge that we will make it. I’m just excited to start living our lives. “There’s so much sun where I’m from, I
had have to give it away” Soon it will be time to start our lives in a place somewhere far from here, where I’ve spent so much time in purgatory, waiting to get somewhere. But the road is paved now and it’s just one step closer to getting there.
Daily Drawing #287
This evening I watched the first in a two-part BBC documentary, ‘Russia’s Lost Princesses: The Gilded Cage’ on the life of the Romanov children..
It is really interesting. Instead of focusing on their deaths as with most documentaries about this family, this one starts with the background and story of the children’s mother and father, Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra, which is truly fascinating! If you can view it, I highly recommend it! :)
From Left-Right: Olga, Anastasia, Tatiana, Alexei, Maria
This sketch shows Olga (the eldest) with a camera, as was given to all of the Romanov children. They each had one and took many photos.
Also I tried to highlight Alexei, the youngest and only boy, as he was very much doted on by the whole family. This was due to him being heir to the throne (surpassing his four older sisters) as well as being diagnosed with a rare form of hemophilia; something that was kept a secret from everyone but the family.
All is explained much better in the documentary, so apologies if there are any mistakes here! I tried to keep it as concise as possible! But please, watch it if you’re interested in this sort of thing! :]
Closeup of 15-year-old Anastasia that shows how long her hair was in 1916.
"your laughter, once again i hear my nicky, your dear father,"
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disadvantages of having thick hair
- your head is always 100000 degrees
- shedding everywhere
- snapping thin combs
- spend $100 on dye if you want to color it
- hair is still wet 2 years after you showered
- styling your hair takes longer than growing it
advantages of having thick hair