Anyhow, before we do the survey, here area few highlights we managed to enjoy this week:
|Toby made me dinner one night: Baked Tilapia with Teriyaki sauce, |
veggie fried rice and green beans. What a man I have :)
|Had some lovely overcast weather. Perfect for reading spooky stories|
like Dracula for my Lit courses.
|Rekindled my love for LOTR the Fellowship of the Ring over coffee in my|
little Hobbit mug :)
|Tonight, Toby made egg custard pie. Muy delicioso! |
And boy was he excited! :)
Survey, yes? Yes.
1. The CD that is playing in my car right now is an OLD mix of songs from my favorite kids movies such as Hocus Pocus, Anastasia, A Goofy Movie, Muppett Treasure Island and more! (Gimme a shout out, those of you who love these movies!!!)
2. The worst villain I have encountered in literature so far is Hannibal Lector (yes, it was a book first). He is the worst because he has no remorse for the things he does, and yet he does possess some sort of moral code...which a sociopath could disown at any time. Yikes. Would NOT want to be on the receiving end of that exchange.
3. The next holiday I'm excited for is PASSOVER! It is literally my favorite holiday of them all! It is a beautiful reminder of how G-D delivered our people from slavery in Egypt, and also how by the sacrifice of Yeshua His son, delivered all of us from death. WOO! (P.s. if you don't know what passover is, that post will be a' comin'.)
4. Right now Toby and I are watching Storage Wars and laughing at the quirks of the people in the store. We love Barry most.
5. One moment I wish I could relive is when Toby and I first saw each other after a 5 month absence which included, becoming good friends, fighting the feelings,l realizing we liked each other and realizing we loved each other. That meeting contained our first kiss which was in the airport...hehe, so sweet.
6. My favorite piece of literature right now is "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. It's one of the eeriest and most beautifully written pieces of poetry I've ever read. If you like Romantic literature (meaning from the Romantic Era, not trashy romance novels, haha) then you should definitely give it a read.
7. One thing I like about being from Georgia is that the landscape is really beautiful to me. There are pine trees and lots of land everywhere. I am originally from Dallas, TX so we had a lot of buildings, highways and your occasional parks but nothing like this! Georgia's nice :)
Shabbat Shalom! Hope you all have a lovely weekend :)