you might end up like me, then, and we couldn't have that.
i don't suggest it.
in fact, it rather makes typing kind of difficult.
my index finger got the worst of the burn. too much contact. poor little finger.
i put some pure lavender essential oil on the burns, and band-aids too just to i wouldn't touch anything with my raw nerves. youch. i have expected my finger prints to be gone at least on two of the three fingertips, but then again, my imagination kind of took that from the book i just finished last night --er, this morning-- at 3:30am.
i know. i'm not too proud of it.
i can't remember the last time i stayed up that late --by myself, reading a freaking book.
i'm really pondering this.
perfect iced coffee. by the pioneer woman.
i'm thinking of making it, actually.
we just got 2-4lb of whole bean dark roast in from co-op, therefore i should try it, shouldn't i??
i'm so making that today.
yesterday --i'm writing this right before midnight, tuesday june 28, but i'll put it into perspective for ya-- i got some inspiration while doing the current chapter in this book. ^^
therefore, i sketched with a pen in my canvas-quote notebook.
a sneak peek of one i did on june 14.
latest search words leading to my blog according to stats:
"jack gram", funeral association
"my hair chopped" --which, by the way, i can't wait for; mid-july sometime. :) nearly everyday i find myself saying "i can't wait to chop my hair"... heh:)
kristen leigh shade trees
shauna niequist love quotes
this is the stuff of life!
in other news [and this i type at 1:52pm today], i'm reading this book: the truth teller. anna found it at a buy-books-cheap place a few weeks ago, and even though it was after 12 when i got in bed last night, i had a hankering for a bit of reading . . . so i got to the middle of it --which, by the way, is unheard of considering my normal speed of reading, and this book is thick and heavy-- because i skipped all the creepy doctor/genetic parts. only because it was after midnight and i didn't feel in the mood to go through whole chapters of that stuff. there's just this really sweet, caring friendship in there . . . you'd skip the medical parts like i did, if you read it.
but just a sidenote, i have read the entire book once before, all the way through. so that's why i don't feel bad about skipping through. ;) it's truly a fascinating read.
fyi, the lavender is working its magic. i recommend lavender for burns. i'm typing nearly normal now. bandaids came off after the shower. yippee. :)
oh, and something that made me laugh as i glanced through the paper this morning: like, um, how cute is that? sending a tweet, it made the news.