- Eat melons for breakfast everyday
- Use satin sheets and pillowcases
- Wear saddle shoes with little lacy socks
- Have a little round-topped wooden door in the basement leading to a room filled with a large vcr, comfy couches, and old Disney movies
- Use giant ceramic mushrooms as end tables
- Wear homemade satin underwear
- Have a room in my house completely filled with books and also a hot-water dispenser for tea
- Actually I’d have a hot-water dispenser in every room. But they’d be pretty, not ugly generic things like the ones at school.
(ooooh covet covet)
- I’ll have a car that is CUTE and LITTLE and YELLOW
- Oh, and every weekend I’ll use it to go to Broadway and see a musical. Or I might just go in my pink stretch limo.
- I’ll have a pink stretch limo and a driver with an unlimited number of fairy tales stored up in his head for drives that get really long
- Plus a really cool sound system that can play all of my favorite show tunes from all of my favorite musicals
Now that I’ve gotten that out of my system I should say some things about my life. Like, I moved to a big farmhouse and now I’m at my Aunt’s house for Thanksgiving and I just discovered that Virginia is not considered a part of New England and that people in Virginia do not think they come from a small state.
(Speaking of which did you know that in THREE HOURS you can go through FOUR STATES? Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. I did it today. Well it took me four hours but I drove slow and got stuck in traffic for a long time.)
For some reason, in my head, the original13 states were all collectively referred to as New England. I guess not. It’s just the teeny tiny smaller-than-Virginia ones up north. Virginia is technically “Mid-Atlantic” so how come I heard about New England quite a bit in Oregon but I never heard about Mid Atlantic?