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Things I've always wanted [Apr. 24th, 2009|09:55 am]
[Current Mood |contemplativecontemplative]

• To take my girlfriends on an amazing trip and be able to pay for it all
• To host a formal party where we all dress up
• The ability to run for 5 minutes straight
• A man to buy me jewelry
• A song dedicated to me by a man in love with me
• See a Broadway show in New York
• Donate money to support a public garden upon my death
• To own and live in an old house with character and an awesome patio
• Beautiful but mismatched tea cups and dessert serving plates
• Glitter covered Mary Janes
THIS is the bedroom set I've always wanted, for more than a decade. A cherry wood 4 poster canopy bed with steps up to it

• A hovercraft
• To go horseback riding
• Ride an elephant
• To make his romance fantasy come true
• A baby
• A published book
• Record a song
• Go visit Len and have dinner and play in the ocean
• Learn a dance with a partner to a song so well it is beautifully done
• Be photographed sans clothing in a classy way
• Grow sweetpeas in my yard
• Adopt 2 rescue kittens who are buddies
• See yellowstone park

[User Picture]From: pattinthehatt
2009-04-25 06:25 pm (UTC)
A trip like that would so rock. Although I had an immediate and strong dislike for that photo, and I can't especially put a finger on why!

Your large old house wish reminded me of how I feel about my new house. I think one of the reasons I've never been as upset by the weird problems we've encountered is that I fell totally for this house, and I've lived in other old houses and I know they're quirky and have problems. But somehow, while I can't say something like a leaky pipe is fun, meeting those challenges is part of the fun, in a way. Kind of like how a person you love will do oddball things that make you want to roll your eyes but you still love the person, oddball things and all. Maybe even more for knowing the imperfections. And I don't have a big patio, but I do have a lovely porch. I can't wait to get my swing down here and on it!
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