Only one more hour and it’s goodbye 2011, hello 2012. I had the most marvelous day with the boyfriend. We drove to Sacramento, saw The Artist (which I highly recommend seeing), and had a wonderful meal at a whole in the wall pizza place which brewed it’s own beer. I can’t wait until we can spend every day together. It was just such a wonderful, wonderful day. It just makes me even more sure that we’re meant to be.
Were ending the year snuggling and watching Star Wars. Win.
I can’t wait to see what wonderful surprises 2012 has in store. While 2011 has been a roller coaster, it’s also been amazing, and I count myself quite lucky.
I am so excited to start a new year. I always am. It feels as if everything gets washed away and I get to make new goals, and become a new person. Not really true of course, since it’s not like the clock striking midnight magically means, I can start everything afresh, but it still feels like it at the time. I can’t wait to see what this new year has in store.
I desperately want to start living with my boyfriend in 2012.
I want to travel in 2012, see new places, and meet new people.
I want to eat better. Eat whole foods. Cook more at home.
I want to read a book a week for every 52 weeks. 52 books.
I want my grandmother to be happier in 2012.
I want to watch more old movies in 2012.
I want to read more classic literature in 2012.
I want to do more. See more. Be more. Live more in 2012.
I absolutely love having Jimmy here. Just hanging around and bouncing around to different places. I mean, even doing little things with him, feels like the best days of my life. I’m so lucky, and so grateful that he’s here for new years! I can’t believe I’ve had to go so many days without him. When he’s here, it feels so natural. And I feel so content and happy and loved.
“We’re soulmates, friends and lovers and everything else that makes a happy marriage. Our hearts are attuned to each other, and we’re very close. I’ll get up every morning at five o’clock and make the coffee, then start pacing the floor, wanting her to get up. But I’ll let her sleep for a couple of more hours. If she smells the coffee, she’s up.”—Johnny Cash
“Be with me always - take any form - drive me mad! only do not leave me in this abyss, where I cannot find you! Oh, God! it is unutterable! I can not live without my life! I can not live without my soul!”—Emily Brontë (via larmoyante)