This morning I woke up and had the brilliant idea of visiting friends in Idaho. I mentioned it to Justine and then texted them and asked if they would be available the week we were thinking about coming. They were available and super exicted about the prospect of having us. By dinner time I had booked tickets. We called the kids tonight and told them the good news: in two weeks we will be there.
Just in case you were wondering, Justine and I are totally living the life. Who else can book airline tickets two weeks out and go visit dear friends?
Yesterday Sasha did my hair. That involved a spray bottle and lots and lots of water. The top half of my shirt was soaked, my pants were damp, and my hair was completely wet, she made sure she got every dry spot on my hair.
I discovered three songs on our ROADTRIP. (Whenever I write road trip my phone autocorrects to ROADTRIP.) Whenever I find a song I love, I am sure I am so irritating, I put it on repeat and listen to it for hours. I bet everyone around me loves it.
Here are the three songs I am currently obsessed with.
Sasha, the five-year-old, drew a picture of my family for me today. She has only ever seen Justine and I so the rest of my family was from her imagination.
From left to right, my dad, who is *very* tall and has a mohawk, my mom, who is wearing glasses since I told Sasha she wore them, Justine, who is tall, she has a bun, me, then Sasha messed up, then she drew Callie and even though I told her Callie is taller than me she wanted to draw her "tiny" so she did, and finally Sasha.
Currently fascinated by ISTJ/INJT couples. Their relationships are so mature. They are both ITJ's so they like things done right and the way they like them done. Both can be fairly insensitive and not in tune with others emotions, but because they are both ITJ's neither are super emotional people.
I really want to live with either an INTP or an INTJ forever. And yes I know I am an ISTJ.
I will probably read this one day and laugh because I ended up with an ESF(P/J). Only please not an F. I really don't think I could do it. And not an E, they make me so tired. And I am such an S that I find other S's to be quite dull. So really, an INT(J/P) would be preferred.
When I read a blog where the author knows what he is doing, it causes me to think two things. One, I wish I was a good writer, someone that could engage their audience. And two, it causes me resolve to write more often, even if I am not very good at it.
I love when people write about life and their thoughts on it in a short, pointed way. I feel like they let me into their soul and I am able to understand them better. It doesn't have to be a deep or profound post, just one that expresses how they view the world.
People don't read blogs written by people that they don't care about or have any common interest with. So I should stop bring afraid and just share.