Does anyone ever do latte art when given the opportunity? I think it would be kind of fun to learn to do it. And perhaps sort of impressive!
I’ve tried doing a bit of latte art, when it is really slow and I have time… I would love to really learn it though!
August has to hurry up… August 23rd, I mean. I can’t wait to be with my love once again, to stay with him for about a month. It will be exciting, and relieving to see V, and to “live” in London for that short period of time.
I love London, I really do. There is a lot of things you can do in London, and a lot of places to see. The atmosphere is nice, and it is a very vibrant city…
But most of all, I love spending the time with my husband in London. He’s a very chill, and laid back guy to hang out with. He knows where to go, what to see, and what to avoid in London. He’s also great to talk to. My husband is honest, kind, very funny, and considerate. He can be very sociable, when he wants to, and very affectionate. Man, I miss my man, and cannot wait to see him again. Hurry up August!
So, I noticed that my hubby has been more lovey dovey than usual, which is fine, of course! When he’s romantic, he can be very romantic and sweet. He does it so well! Maybe it’s because I’ve been busy more, with work and whatnot. Ah well, I miss him… Can’t wait to see him again! There’s just four more months to go now!
So, the hubby is asleep at the moment and I am waiting for him to wake up so we can play a bit of Lord of the Rings Online together. Man, I have such fun playing MMOS with him, especially LOTRO. I hope that we can work together on finishing one of the Epic Books Quests tonight! One of the good things in being in an LDR is finding new ways to spend time together, and playing MMOs is one of our favourite past times… even though I tend to die quite a bit on my character, and he ends up laughing at my dying, and teasing about it from time to time. Ahh, what would I do without him.
I like to think about V, and the time we spent together in England. It kind of helps, whenever I miss him. I like thinking about the good times we had there, and how we would travel to the shops, or walk about the streets of London during the day. I keep telling myself that it will be like that again, when I go back in August.
Oh, August… please come here soon!
So yeah, this is a small confession. This blog isn’t my only blog. To be honest, when I first started this blog, I did not know where I wanted the focus would be. I guess I wanted it to have a general focus, but now as I look it over, I can see that I do like to talk about my relationship.
I have another blog on blogger that mainly focuses on the relationship. So here I am, updating two blogs from two different sites, or trying my best to keep up with both! It does get tedious sometimes, but it is manageable. Maybe I like the multi tasking, so that is why I have the other one? Hm, who knows. :P
Today is my one year anniversary of marriage to my wonderful husband. Man, I am glad I married that man. I remember the small ceremony just like it was yesterday… it was small, and perfect, just the two of us.
We married on a bridge at a beautiful park near Town Hall. It was a sunny February morning. I remember thinking, this is it, this is the man I going to spend the rest of my life with. After all, we’ve been together since 2007. We both felt that it was the right thing to do. Yes, it was a bit chilly, but it was not so bad. I remember smiling a lot, and looking into his beautiful blue eyes, and waiting for the “I now pronounce you husband and wife, you may now kiss.” When that line did finally come, we shared a kiss and a hug. We were finally husband and wife. We were going to begin building our lives together.
I know that we are not out of the water yet, though. I know that we still have to apply for my visa. Before even that happens though, I know that hubby needs to find a more stable job. Sometimes I worry about it a little, and other times I have hope. I know that we are going to make it through. I have hope. :)
I love Skype… no, really, I do. I love how it is a way for me and my hubby to talk and see each other even though we live about 3000 miles away from each other. I like how we talk on there pretty much every day either on voice or webcam, and I like keeping Skype up and running on my computer all the time. It is basically the only application I use now for IMs and cool things like that.
It was V who introduce me to Skype back in 2007, when we first met online. He told me that we should start using it, and that it would be cool to hear each other’s voice. So I downloaded it, and eagerly waited. When I finally hear his voice for the first time, it was if I fell in love with him all over again. Now, I can put the face to the voice, and if fit perfectly. That, and his accent melted me the first time I heard it.
If it wasn’t for him, I probably would’ve never known about this handy tool. Thank you V, for telling me about Skype all those years ago! I recommend anyway in an LDR to use it! :)