My head is all over the place trying to catch up with my heart. I think I'm going to hold off from writing haiku's till I can clear my mind and sort things out.* All I can say is that sometimes (all of the time) I like everyone too much. I need to start hating people.
*although I want to do another picture post + haiku's are how I make a living
Tonight I had really hard time writing something funny. Tomorrow I leave for college and I won't see a lot of people for a few months - which really isn't the worst thing ever on the list of possible heartwrenching stuff that could happen.
So here's one haiku that's actually a little serious and a haiku that's FOREAL. (it's not easy to think of a title for something meaningful unless it has something to do with nature, politics, babies or some other similar sentimental crap - so that's that... not going to explain)
You like to paaahty, yes? If zis ees ze case, zen maybe you should get your bouncy bootee over to ze Talent Show at zat school we go to! Zer are going to be some good acts, but MOST IMPORTANTLY, I, ze Maddie, will be dancing ze hula with Kat. It will be a good time for all, non?
*Also I didn't get any pictures of the Vintage Fashion Expo Kat and I went to on Sunday. So much vintage, so little time. Unfortunately, everything was hella bank (because it was so nice) and I didn't really need anything, so no purchases for me. Kat got a ferocious prom gown.
I DID see stuff I like, but it was insanely priced. Vintage non-brand sunglasses for $150? I THINK NOT.
Instead, I'll just spend the rest of my night pining over these things I've found on the world wide web:
vintage sunglasses by Sonia Rykiel
found on someone else's blog, but can't remember
from a random etsey store .... I'm thinking I'll DIY