Thursday, September 15, 2011

Girls were made for all type of dresses, wedding dresses when you're old and flower girl dresses when you're young

No matter how old you are, they're still all dresses. From age one up to age 79, you're still a girl all the same, wearing dresses year after year (if you're into that sorta thing).

I have a little story to tell. I was working at a wedding recently enough. In the evening there was a flower girl and a paige boy dancing together, holing hands. Neither of them were much older than 3. It was very cute. Later that even, I saw them again. However, this time the paige boy was now holding hands with the other flower girl heading for the dance floor. The first flower girl was hysterical, trying to pull the paige boy back, while he blatantly went off with the other flower girl. Moments later she was crying in her dad's arms, while the paige boy and flower girl number danced like paige boy an flower girl number one had before.

It just goes to show. Men are always the same, no matter what age they are.

Typical men.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Almost farewell USA, where I have bought dresses!!

Ok, so J1ed it up this summer in the USA!! Best summer ever. Basically, did 6 weeks in San Diego, and almost 6 weeks in Boston. Made it to Mexico, LA and New York as well as a few other places as well. Now, as the time to go home is getting super close, people keep asking me if I'm looking forward to going home. Well, I am and I am not. Basically, here is a list of all the reasons I can think of of what I'm going to miss and what I'm looking forward to going home to.

What I'm going to miss
  • American TV
  • Trips to Mexico
  • Super cheap alcohol
  • Super cheap McDonalds
  • Wendy's!
  • A lot of fast food chains in general
  • One dollar bills
  • Using dollars
  • American magazines
  • Being able to go to shops from magazines
  • Forever 21 everywhere!!
  • Hot weather
  • Being able to afford cigarettes
  • Six Flags!! (So I only went once, but it was great!!)
  • The public transport
  • CVS
  • American's super positive attitude
  • Being able to watch more stuff online
  • Shopping!!
  • Hershey's Chocolate Kisses!!!!!! (going to have to stock up going home)
  • Tanning (Well a little bit...)
  • Unlimited talk, text and internet on my phone (as well as to Ireland)
  • Fast internet that is actually fast
  • Eh... MARINES!!
  • Well, military in general
  • Seeing little dogs in clothes
  • Giant things!! (mostly food)
  • Squirrels!!
  • Vanilla Coke
  • Four Loco
  • All the gingerale (I know there's gingerale in Ireland, but not like there is here)
  • Being Irish making me cooler
  • Bigger Pringles containers
  • Apps that cater to so much more!!
  • Red cups
  • Loads of episodes of the Nanny and That 70s Show
Ok there is a bunch of other stuff that I can't think of now. Anyway, next is the list of things I'm looking forward to going home to!!

What I'm looking forward to
  • THE FOOD (There's loads of good food here, but I miss healthy food!!)
  • Calling fries chips
  • Chip shop chips
  • Garlic chips from superdine
  • Not peanut butter everything
  • My dog
  • My family
  • My friends
  • Being able to go on Facebook at proper times to talk to everyone
  • SOME British TV (not looking forward to shite Irish TV)
  • Not having to pay $20 to watch a GAA game
  • Being able to wear tights again
  • Not having to have the AC on at night
  • Ads that don't come on every 5 minutes
  • Buying curry in the supermarket
  • Vinegar on chips
  • My house in college
  • Over 18s in clubs
  • Tesco
  • Getting to wear all my clothes I've bought in preparation for the terrible weather ahead
  • Not having to watch boring baseball
  • Spray on deodorant
I'm sure I'm looking forward to more stuff than that, but that's all I can think of for now. I really don't wanna leave :( I would rather live in the USA forever, or Tokyo (even though I've never been). I guess it's time to start working on getting my green card.... :D