While the possibility of me receiving gifts this Christmas is slim because it has been a rough year for my family, my boyfriend, and my friends.
Still a girl can dream about what should would like for Christmas.
Here is my list of things I want for Christmas:
1.) Old World Journal– I love writing and I love vintage maps, so for me this is a win win.
2.) Jane Austen Literary Mug – I love Jane Austen and I love drinking Tea. This is perfect for me 🙂
3.) Aluminium Assassin’s Creed Pendant – I love the game and would love to be able to wear this.
4.) I Blog Because Pillow– this pillow is fantastic.
My reaction when I saw the new Star Wars trailer
As a result of seeing the trailer I have a few questions & thoughts that I am sure many others have thought of and may have answered already.
Questions as a Result of My Observations
I don’t know what to expect from this movie, but I would love to hear theories about it.
What did you think of the trailer? What are your thoughts?
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I love this time of year. Although it has been a little more challenging this year to get into the holiday spirit because of everything that has gone on the past 4-5 months. Still here are my favorite 5 songs that get me into the Christmas Spirit.
1.) Hey Santa By Carnie and Wendy Wilson
Strangely this was one of the first Christmas songs I fell in love with. This song is sung by Carnie and Wendy Wilson. When I was younger I even choreographed a dance to go along with it. I still remember part of that dance too and it’s been over 1102
2.) Anything Mannheim Steamroller
For as long as I can remember I grew up listening to Mannheim Steamroller around Christmas time and honestly it doesn’t feel like Christmas unless I’m listening to it. I even had a chance to go to a concert they had while I was in Chattanooga.
Seems like I have been gone forever, huh? Well guess what: grab a glass of wine, a party hat, and get ready for a story.
Where have I been? Dealing with a lot of stuff: being sick, family dealing with medical issues, and things breaking down around the house. Sine my family is more private than I when it comes to this kind of thing, we are going to stick with talking about me.
At the beginning of November the pain in my back returned, not as strong as it was the last time. Went to the ER and while there was told that my kidney infection had most likely returned. Well it turns out it wasn’t a kidney infection, although at this time I am unsure what the cause is.
My trip to the ER alone was not fun. Once I was in and went through the whole ‘when was your last period? Are you pregnant?’ questions, I was than wheeled into the ER. The nurse who was in charge of the IV did a horrible job sticking the needle into me, there was just enough of a hole for blood to pool around. Having been in hospitals enough times and having been around them thanks to my dad, I knew that she wasn’t doing the best job.
After having to give blood, which I have never had a problem with until that night, she gave me drugs for the pain through the IV. They were pretty nice drugs, but at first it felt awful. Those who live with chronic anxiety can understand this; I felt this rush throughout my body as though I was experiencing an instant panic attack. I hadn’t felt one this strong in a long time, I felt like I was going to hyperventilate and pass out. This was a result of the instant adrenaline rush that was sent throughout my body. Following that, I felt very out of it, as though my head was fuzzy and lifting off the pillow. Only closing my eyes helped alleviate the sensation.