Day #56: Enjoying the playground before the snow tomorrow. Now they're calling for 5-10 inches, it downgraded, but we'll see tomorrow!
I finally got Bubblews to work for me! It took me using it on Internet Explorer over Google Chrome. I'm sad about that because I'm not a big fan of IE. However, I'm making money, so I'll get over it. Check out my two articles:
Mill Grove's Sapsucker Festival 2014
I'm going to write a more creative piece about Mill Grove for Writing.com. I will link it on Friday and I'm going to finish the Polar Plunge at some point. Anyway, about the dream piece. I had a drink last night at Olive Garden. It was good, but it made me tired and I had a good dream that I remember. Here's a poem I wrote about the dream:
The plane touches down, but my ears don't ring,
it must be a good omen, no pain or crying;
and I'm taken straight to the cab driver that sings.
I shuffle into the cab and out the window I see,
beautiful big buildings, it's a bright sunny day;
we pass near the road sign -- 8 Mile Rd. most would flee,
yet, I am excited, and I'm delivered to a house
where I'm greeted by new people, but I am not scared;
I am in my Sunday's best blouse
and they ask me if I called into my job
to tell them I am here, here for good--
then, then! A party so grand, I could sob
tears of joy! My family and old friends,
gather into the small room, around the table;
their greetings and well-wishes never end,
their encouragement and they are so happy for me.
I even meet a new guy, but he seems familiar
and I am surprised I couldn't see
him before - like he was always there, but out of reach,
I lay next to him and the buzz around me hum like bees;
it's comfortable and I belong there--
this is my home, I was proud to call this home
and then nan appeared playing with my hair,
saying how proud she was of me and blessed
the move and my life no longer messed.
I could finally feel the glee and cheer,
but sadly consciousness from my dream jeered.
Today was a good day. I spent a lot of it writing, but in the morning we went to Michael's craft store. A few weeks ago I received a 65% off coupon in the mail for framing. I decided to get my Audubon print and Twiztid poster framed. I won't talk about price, but thank God for the coupon lol. The guys that worked the frame department are huge Twiztid fans and they were really happy to see my signed poster. Apparently one applied to do work for them. I should have asked him how he found that job since I am relocating. It was nice talking to them for a half an hour about how awesome Monoxide and Jamie are. I'm excited for both to be done. The colours I picked out are awesome. Will be done by 3/16.
This one will have a light green and a dark green matte with a brown frame.
The frame is a black and silver marble frame. No matte.
If things aren't closed tomorrow, I have my interview after library work tomorrow. I hope everyone has a good evening!