Tuesday, March 01, 2005

On the most horrible of days.

Overheard in my awful dance rehearsal.

J - intelligent, witty, beeyootiful, indie guy- "If you ate curved sausages would they taste like bananas?"

S - black wearing, gorgeous, huggable, acidic girl- " No, they'd just taste curvy."


I don't want to talk about it. I'm knitting a sock. My first whole sock. In Green. With a tiny cable, being cabled with out a cable needle. And I can do millenery.

Rob please come do your knight in shining armour bit and rescue me!


Lori said...

When are you two tying the knot?

Alex Tarling said...

hopefully in 2007 finances allowing.

Lori said...

Just wondering. That's ages to wait! I am firmly against long engagements. You know, you don't have to both be financially independent before getting married... :) Me and Scott are barely scraping by but we couldn't be better off!

(Disclaimer: if you both feel it is God's will to wait then by all means do. )

Alex Tarling said...

It is ages and ages. I'd love it to be sooner. Rob wants to be secure, as I'll still be at uni. Plus he's working in one place and I'll be going to another so it'll depend on him having a job to go to where I am etc.... I really don't know what God's will is to be honest. Not alot being said in that department.

Lori said...

I totally understand. Wouldn't it be nice if we were able to ask God like 3 questions in a lifetime that He just automatically, plainly, clearly answered? Unfortunately I probably would've wasted them long before I actually needed them so I guess it wouldn't really make much difference.

Good luck waiting and good luck waiting if you know what I mean. ;)

Alex Tarling said...

Yeah both types of waiting are hard and sucky. But necessary.

I get more freaked out by the long engagement than anything else because of being apart whilst I'm uni. Bit scary.

Rob says you two look really happy in your photo. I hope we're as happy as you one day.