(Svithe) I was thinking about my Grandma today as I drove back to Cougar Town for the airport. I was thinking that I sure I am glad death is not the end. And that's what I was thinking.
And then I was thinking a little later (or a little earlier, depending on which end of the time spectrum you're looking from) about the song "Love at Home" and I would like to include some of the lyrics in this here post:
There is beauty all around When there's love at home; There is joy in ev'ry sound When there's love at home. Peace and plenty here abide, smiling sweet on ev'ry side. Time doth softly, sweetly glide When there's love at home.
And then I was thinking that Fayce must know something about life that I haven't caught on to yet, even if she doesn't necessarily... to put it delicately, know how to put a limit to the number or affections shown (if you are unable to understand, don't worry; it's not really any of our business, anyway). I was especially thinking this after reading Yellow's blog post about buckets.
Lastly I was thinking about Disneyland and how I will be there, enjoying all the glories of both parks, One Month from Yesterday!
Which, inevitably, led me to think about finals and how they are almost upon us. And then how before that can happen comes Easter, which means I can not shop for anything outside of the food category for fear of buying something the Easter Bunny has already gotten me, which means I really might as well not buy anything at all (except groceries) until I get to Disneyland. Which means I should be really rich by the end of next month because I have 3 pay days to go.