If you met me in person, I'd be the one with no friends. Aside from one, who is my world.
Misanthropist from Adelaide, Australia. I love horses and have adorable pet rats.
This blog is a collection of thoughts, plans, dreams and some photography of the things I do and the times I share with the one I love.
The only person I have ever loved is Alex and it's been that way for three years.
Alex, I love you and don't ever want to lose you. ♥
Alex’s father’s side grandma: Hugs me before she even hugs Alex. Smiles and asks about me whenever she calls.
Alex’s mother’s side grandma: Walks by me and completely ignores me. Complains about Alex and I being together and bitches behind my back.
Two families, so different; I don’t get it. And I just have to put up with being treated like I’m worthless by his mother’s side of the family because really, what can I do except wait until the day we can fucking get out of here.
New Zealand for skiing in 2014? Don’t know, but it’d be awesome for Alex and I to share our first overseas trip together; which we will anyway.
I have been meticulously researching and planning prices for a trip in Australia (and stressing as per usual). New Zealand is cheaper but we’d need a passport each which would only be the real difference. Only I wonder if it’s worth it to go overseas for skiing, for a week in the middle of our short Uni holidays. Just 2-3 weeks space to go. Though no matter what, I want to go skiing somewhere because my Xmas present (le GoPro) needs to be put to good use.
I feel like yeah, we should be travelling at our age and taking those opportunities (and I love sharing those experiences with Alex) but at the same time I think we should just save for the future. Go on a big, overseas trip after Uni. But is there any fun in that in the mean time? Then there’s other things we should be spending our money on (like maybe something ringed shaped ;) hehe). Life’s too damn hard. All I do is stress about money and the future. Blah.
I think about being engaged/married to Alex so often. Maybe too often. I don’t know, I just want it to happen and whenever I think about it I feel so happy. We both agree that there is no point in a relationship if you aren’t going to get married because it’s somewhat a waste of time (just our opinion; not against people who have a relationship but don’t get married). I know he’s the one for me and it’s what he says he wants to, so I think, why not?
But of course marriage isn’t that easy. There are rings to buy, the cost of a wedding and reception (or a celebrant etc.) And typically when married you would move out but to be honest, renting would be too expensive for us (and just about every other person our age it feels). Do we stay at home, moved in with parents while still at Uni at least? But what sort of life is that for a newly married couple.
Should all that stop us though? After all, my grandparents married when they were just 18 and to this day, they are together, happy. I don’t care that we’re young, it feels right.
So many people believe there aren’t foxes in suburbia???
Looking up ski trip options for next year, as usual. :P
There will be a bus running from Adelaide to Hotham/Falls which is handy and keeps those resorts in mind. Hoping the season will be better than this years… But pssh, I still had the greatest time. I love researching holidays anyway.
Trying to find a GoPro in my price range (for Xmas) because annoyingly Kogan has none in stock but they have the cheapest prices.
And I want to go riding again sooooon. Silly work.