|Greetings, Monsieur Mario!|
|Mario gave Haley this amazing book of essays on the Hunger Games series.|
|Mommy dinosaur talking to her baby dinosaur! Awwwh :)|
|Okay, so I added the teeth... but still! How cute is that?|
|Emily has sparkly nails :D|
|Just like the commercials!|
|We're so cool, we recycle our backgrounds.|
|Some pleasant word-magnet poetry...|
|We had vouchers for free books, and couldn't decide what to pick!|
|Mario gave me this hand-made clay flower piece! So pretty :)|
|As if I need any more books, right? :)|
|And some ancient ones, too!|
|This one was freeeeee!|
|And poor Gulliver's had a mysterious hole in the back cover...|
|The Arabian Nights had inside of it an airport parking lot receipt and a teeny photo of a mysterious woman!|
|Ooooooooh, aaaaaaaah! My grandmother's gift to my mum - guess who's going to be borrowing this a lot?|
see this post :)
Every time I visit the city's downtown area, I am reminded that there is an element of awesomeness in this small town! I happen to live out in the country, outside of the city - or even suburbia - so perhaps my complaints of living out in the middle of nowhere have some truth to them. But I can never whole-heartedly say I can't wait to get out of this town, because the downtown always manages to make me smile and love the area where I live, even if just a teeny bit.
When I'm not downtown, however, I will freely and frequently complain. Just a warning.
My grandparents are here (I don't remember if I mentioned that before...) all the way from Florida, and life is good! My grandmother gave my mum a Coach bag, but the only photo I took of it that actually turned out nicely is the last one in the above stream of photos, so I'll either take more photos later or just show you when I
steal borrow it for an outfit :)
Have a loverly weekend!