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roseate* · 3 weeks ago
I'm still in shock about Jorah and Theon, their deaths were the most heartbreaking and are so hard to reconcile with because they've been there since the very first episode of season one (and my whAt a journey Theon had)! The loss is TOO real )'':
I teared up at Lyanna Mormont's death because she was so young - but her spirit made her far mightier than that giant, she had bigger cahoonas than anyone else on the battlefield. RIP legendary little queen </3
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roseate* · 1 month ago
Forgot to include in my message: I opted for getting a permit first and I've been driving to work and a lil around town with that. My mom has entrusted me with her car and she does her best to keep her cool and advise me from the passenger seat. I'm hoping and praying I'll have built up enough skill and confidence to pass the test and get my license in another few months!
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roseate* · 1 month ago
No worries! I'm amazed that we're hearing from & updating each other at all, the sheer luck of that is enough to cancel out the spaces between correspondence (and actually contrary to how it may appear I, myself, now go weeks without logging in, there's so little activity and no one to consistently speak to, being active daily would be madness! lol).
I'm looking at these five-year-old messages I wrote to you and all I can say is what a cringe fest! Youth and silliness go hand in hand 😂

Auburn hair and I have a really good relationship. I last got it dyed in January, need to shoot for another appointment by May. It's visibly faded at the bottom, a coworker asked me if it was ombre and I said not originally!
I'd love to show you a selfie, first I gotta get a new phone and take a good one. I'm curious to see what you look like nowadays too!

Weddings are so nice to be a part of but god can the cattiness come out in the bridal party. There were some minor bumps in the road leading up to my cousin's wedding, I dealt with some ageist bs that had my pride smarting, but for the most part it was a good experience.
How exciting for your best friend and for you, it must be an even better time when it's someone you're close with that's getting married! I'm not close with my cousin thanks to Hurricane Katrina destroying her house in our hometown and her family's relocation to Alabama when we were still very young. Besides that she always kind of held herself a little above me, she's an only child and I feel like she grew up a little faster because of the freedom that came with that. Despite these things, she's the closest I have ever had to a big sister and was my biggest childhood role model, I followed her around constantly and let her dress me up, show me how to act when she lived near me. It was an honor to be asked to be a part of her big day.

I don't recall if you told me this, I apologize if you did: what are you currently doing with your time? Are you working somewhere, going to school, both??
You're right that things have changed considerably over the years, it's kind of wonderful though. I'm starting to love time's tendency to take us new places - that's putting it broadly. :-)
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roseate* · 1 month ago
Most of my bumps in the road are self-imposed, but they're aplenty and I'm doing my best to navigate around them! All we can do.
Your profile looks so great, I love how the background matches with your profile picture (I try to do that too hahah) and the cursor is so darling!! ♥
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roseate* · 2 months ago
I'm so here for your quotes and your profile background!
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Aggressive Butterfly * · 2 months ago
Thank you so much!!!
Lots of love to you!
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roseate* · 2 months ago
Just wanted to say hi , you remain a favorite of mine and I hope life's being kind to you!! xo
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roseate* · 5 months ago
Liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiieeeeeeeeeeeeeees
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roseate* · 5 months ago
Aw, how come?!
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roseate* · 5 months ago
HEY HOW YA DOIN I LOVE YOU TOO 😘
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roseate* · 5 months ago
Gabi!! I am doing just fine, thank you! I've got about 90% of my Christmas shopping for other people already done, I have a tree up in my room and it looks amazing, and I'm making forty hours a week at work all December because a teacher found a job at another daycare and I'm taking her place until someone with the required credentials is hired. Oh and I have the prospect of celebrating my 21st to look forward to! I hope you're doing well too!!! <3
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roseate* · 6 months ago
I loooooOOOOOooOoooooOOoOoVe you mooooooOOOOOooOoooooOOoooRe bih
I aint ever gonna stop loooooOOOOOooooOOOooOOvinG you bih 💘💘💘💘
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roseate* · 6 months ago
Aw, thank you!! <3
Yes, take me back to 2012! Were you one of the people who, like me, discovered Witty through Stardoll? I played on that site for years (the money I spent on being a ''Superstar'', omg) and a lot of members' fancy dancy presentations credited Witty, so I finally decided to check it out. And I didn't make an account immediately, I would just browse through quotes on the home page for a few hours at a time, and continued doing that for at least a year before I actually made this account. I was about to go into my freshman year of high school at the time, now I've been graduated for three years and still using this site pretty religiously. How the time flies! It's just very nice to know there's still a few people who haven't forgotten this place and still show it some love whenever they can. (':
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roseate* · 6 months ago
HAPPY GOLDEN BIRTHDAY YOU GOLDEN-HEARTED QUEEN 👑💝✨
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roseate* · 6 months ago
Yes ma'am, even have an oversized hot pink sweatshirt from the trip to commemorate it (it mostly hangs in my closet but I actually got to wear it yesterday because of the cool front that came through!!) Gosh, I'd looovee to go to Paris and Amsterdam. Europe seems like a gorgeous continent, all the countries have their own rich customs and history and it just appears to be a lively diverse place!
I always say I live in a small town, and it's somewhat true - how many people really have ever heard of Slidell, Louisiana? - but it's spread out enough and has so many people in it that not everybody knows everybody and it's not likely that you'll run into somebody you know everywhere you go. So I've never felt suffocated here, I feel like I could stay here. It's fairly peaceful, nothing major happens. But I don't exactly WANT to stay here. I have a whole lot of places I want to at least visit, like Tulsa Oklahoma; my sister wants to go with me because her favorite book series takes place there, but I want to because it's where The Outsiders takes place - I need to visit the Curtis house!

I love cheesecake and I love brownies (anything chocolate actually), so I would definitely be about that! I saw a s'mores-brownie recipe that I want to try soon. I'm a sucker for any and all things sweet. (:
Somebody in my extended family is getting married soon and I've been tasked with the job of baking and decorating the cupcakes for the bridal shower, of course I'll have to take pictures of the icing flowers and brag about my handiwork. I'm gonna have my aunt's assistance so I know it won't be a disaster, ha.

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is on my to-read list (along with Hocus Pocus - my very top priority - Tarzan of the Apes, Peter and Wendy, The Bell Jar, Gone with the Wind and The Handmaid's Tale)! I'm trying to be more adventurous with my reading because I'm always inclined to go back to my favorite novels/series too frequently. 😅
I like that idea, I'm a sentimental person too. In my bedroom, for all of my childhood, I've had the antique furniture set (a writing desk with its matching chair, a dresser, and the headboard for a bed) that belonged to my mom when she was a kid, with a painted yellow flower curved around each side of each drawer handle. It might've belonged to her mom too, I'm not sure. I want to renovate my room - I've become acutely aware of how mismatched most of my things are - so as soon as I can I'm buying new furniture and up into the attic these are going! But it is nice to know they were as much a part of my mom's childhood as they were mine.
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roseate* · 7 months ago
No that was awesome of your grandmother to take you to Salem! I'll bet if my maternal grandmother was still alive we'd eventually have ended up doing that, because she would've found out about my sister's obsession with it. She was always on the go and pretty adventurous. She's the one who took me and my sister to Tennessee, we stopped at Dollywood, Dolly Parton's amusement park, and went trekking through the woods every day. She also took us to Universal in Orlando for a summer trip after my senior year. She was just a very fun person, I miss her.

That sounds like what's gonna happen with my sister when she goes off to college. She's looking at going to Alabama, because our grandparents have a beach house there and she spends her summers relaxing on the beach, she loves it. One of our cousins also happens to live there and has kindly offered to let my sister live with her for the four years, cause my sister doesn't want to stay on campus. She'll probably end up moving there permanently, she's expressed a desire to get out of our home state for a while and she already knows she feels at home in Alabama.
You should read See Me, I haven't but my sister says it's angsty. And I personally recommend The Last Song, there's a nice amount of drama and heartache in it to keep it from being too romantic, and familial love is also a strong theme of it. It's my favorite book of his so far.

Yes! I bake pretty often for my coworkers, not because I have to but just because I think it's a nice surprise. Everybody likes to eat, and almost everyone likes desserts, so why not? Now I usually get asked by people to make something, because they're used to me spoiling them with various baked goods lol. I make some mean brownies, thick and as big as your hand with chocolate chips in them. So I keep doing it because it makes them happy. A few times I've made three or four different things to give out (it's nice to give people options), I was on my feet in my kitchen for 3+ hours the night before, well after everyone else in the house went to bed!

The best creations our world has known always start out as a dream, you know. I believe you'll get published, and you may become as big as J.K. Rowling. Just look at where she started out, and where she is now!
It would be nice to be a jack of all trades, I saw this quote that was like, ''Specialization is for insects, not humans''. We have infinite potential.

I finished Coraline! It was 10/10! Somebody who reviewed it said it was a lot different from the movie, I didn't think so. There were a few differences obviously (no Wybie!) but nothing that made it unrecognizable.
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roseate* · 7 months ago
Hi Chrys!! I'm still pretty active, I log on at least twice a week. I'm doing fine, my family just got a new dog (we weren't looking for one, she showed up on our porch last Wednesday and because we're suckers we're keeping her, even though we already have two (crazy) dogs and two cats), I've been branching out, trying to acquire new skills and staying busy with work! How are you?!
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roseate* · 7 months ago
My sister wants to move to Massachusetts, Salem specifically (she's a witch/Hocus Pocus/Halloween nut)! How long have you lived in Canada?
I would like to visit some northern states, farthest north I've ever been is Tennessee and it was gorgeous, the mountains in the fall. It's my mom's dream to move there and live in a log cabin. I guess my family's gonna eventually be pretty spread out, haha. The woods of Arkansas are also really nice from what I've seen, but a few too many creepy crawlies for my liking...

No, I haven't read that, but I've heard of it. Do you ever read Nicholas Sparks? Romance novels aren't my favorite, but his are bittersweet, with drama and tragedy always mixed in. Coraline is such an enticing and fanciful movie! I love Henry Selick/Tim Burton movies, how they use stop motion animation (James and the Giant Peach is my first favorite). I imagine I'm really going to enjoy the book too.

Omg I'd love to work at a bakery. My grandma was a baker, she made things from scratch and was great at cake decorating. It's something I'd like to do too, if not as a full-time career then as a side hobby. It wasn't my grandmother's career, just something she did for people she knew.
When your novel is published tell me the name and where I can buy it! A friend of mine is working on a murder mystery, I'm anticipating the release of that too. It's cool to support your pals' creative endeavors. :-)
Yes, I work with children, have for the last three years. I'm planning on doing one more year and then trying my hand at something else, even though I may go back to childcare later in life... who knows. It is definitely something I do well and feel good about.
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roseate* · 7 months ago
Mexico does seem like a beautiful place, first I want to see more of the United States though before I set my sights on other countries. I've been to a measly number of different states - my count isn't even double digits - which is inexcusable imo when you've lived in this country for over two decades.

Thanks for the recommendations! I'll probably buy Mira Gonzalez's book sometime in the near future. Right now I'm actually going through books at a fast rate, something I haven't done in years. I really enjoy reading, I just don't make time for it much. But in the last month I've read the two Jurassic Park novels and three more by S.E. Hinton (I'm in love with The Outsiders and have been since seventh grade when we read it in English class, so after all these years I finally decided to check out her other works) and I'm planning to read Coraline next, as I love the movie.

Life's going alright, I'm making a lot of hours at work and focusing on nurturing the children I'm around - some of them really need it. How about you? What do you do for work?
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roseate* · 8 months ago
Oh nice! Where did you go? Vacations really do have a way of feeling unreal when they're over, especially if you went somewhere like paradise and stayed a while. It's like waking up from a dream.

I love poetry! A big section of my shelf is solely dedicated to my poetry books from various writers. You're right, it's a remarkable and therapeutic way of expression. I wish I was better at writing it, but I love to read it and form those images in my head or feel that resonating in my heart. Nikita Gill, the poet whose video I linked, is a great place to start. She has books out and a Tumblr (meanwhilepoetry). Iain Thomas, Caitlyn Siehl (alonesomes on Tumblr), and Rupi Kaur might also speak to you.
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roseate* · 8 months ago
Do you mean you took a vacation from this, or a literal vacation? I am sending you love and positive vibes and healing energy back, I'm sorry you're feeling stuck but nothing living stays stagnant forever. For now, rest in the between places and have faith that they won't become your home. You're just visiting temporarily, and you'll be on your way again sooner than you think. Listen to this spoken word poem by one of my favorite poets, even if that isn't really your thing, I feel it's something you should hear and her voice is very soothing! https://youtu.be/fJKt_ydM4NQ ❤
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