The deet's on how stargazing turned into a ring on my finger:
Background: Chris and I have been trying to star gaze the past week, but due to weather and work we've had to keep rescheduling.
The night of: Tuesday night I got off work at 10:45 and called Chris to apologize for my lateness. He of course said it was ok and asked if I wanted to star gaze since the weather was cooperating, I said i'd love to. I stopped by his house, loaded up my car and we headed to Lake McMurtry. Chris soon found a spot to pull into and he started setting up shop. Once he got it set up he let me know he was trying to find a bright star we had noticed so it would be just a moment. Once he told me he found it I was in place to take a look, but...I couldn't see anything, it was pitch black! Now, i've always had problems with microscopes and focusing so I figured maybe it was just me not looking in the telescope correctly. Chris told me what knobs to turn to help me focus and scan the sky. Soon I saw something in the bottom glowing, I found a star!!! I was excited, I told Chris what I saw and he asked me if I was sure it was a star. I told him I thought it was but it was blurry. He then put his face at the end of the telescope and asked if I could see it (I could). I was asked to look again ...then I saw the glowing blob at the bottom had turned into a ring. I immediately looked up and smiled and kissed him. I was wondering how he was able to show me the ring. I asked him what kind of lens he used...I was then informed there was no lens.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
The reason this song made me cry was because it was a favorite song of mine and my friends in Cali. When we moved to VA this song came on the radio and I bursted out in tears b/c I missed my friends. The song is also depressing.
Monday, May 16, 2011
When I would come and support Stillwater musicians, during my crush days, this was one of my fav. songs he would sing.
Right after Snickerdoodle night I was introduced to The Civil Wars. I immediately thought of him when I heard this song.
This song says it all.
Saturday, May 14, 2011
This song always reminds me of my friends when I lived in Japan. We use to listen to the cassette (yes there was a day before cd's and mp3's) all the time.