A Daily Diary: Be My Woman, Girl. Irrelevant Title.

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Sunday, April 26, 2015

Be My Woman, Girl. Irrelevant Title.

5:00 a.m. I spent my Sunday sleeping in. :D Had a lot of dreams, including one of moving to my family to live near a beach (I want to got to the beach, anywhere, to swim. I miss it so much!) My thoughts were still on Blender, which I learned some on Rob's computer. I didn't get too far but I hope to change that at some point, you know?

I watched a lot of Modern Family and 90's nostalgia videos. Rob and I let Mrs. M know why we weren't visiting as much. It was a relatively quiet day.

April came home that night and we all went on SecondLife and they kindly voted for me in a contest in their club, which was totally unexpected, and I won 200L. I was thrilled. I think, cheesy as it sounds, I may be making friends on there.

I spent the end of my night shopping on SL for cheap stuff and freebies AND I got a t-shirt mesh to design my own t-shirts on SecondLife. :D Next goal is to get the slightly more expensive tank tops ^_^ I very much want to design tank tops.

Thinking back to my goals, they are still relevant and I still have a mind to complete them. -gets distracted by SL browsing and now it's 5:07 p.m.-

I think that's all for now. P.S. This month seems to be going by slower than the previous ones. I am REALLY waiting hard for the 30th to get my two books, This Fabulous Century 1900-1910 and 1910-1920. :D We'll have to leave the gate unlocked that day.

6:43 p.m. Time flew by as I played on SecondLife. Donny came by twice looking for Rob but he was busy. I need to relax...while I'm still tempted to develop. Maybe even makeup for my avatar.

8:28 p.m. I've hung out with April and Rob, as usual, and I ahd some hot dogs. Now, watching Modern Family. :)

8:46 p.m. I FINALLY found the cheapest copy of This Fabulous Century 1870-1900 and I am overjoyed, THA-RILLED!!!!!!! :D I mysteriously had 7-8 dollars freed up in my bank account and nothing was on hold, so I bought the four dollar book. ^___^ This is perfect. When it's all said and done, I will have the series going from 1870-1930 and all the smiles. Jesus rocks. Bye all for now!

9:34 p.m. I spent some time on a Wordpress blog about 17th, 18th, and 19th century fashion...perhaps a bit 'too' long.

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