The Pendulum Says My Fate Lies with One Son
and honestly… i can totally handle it!
but then realized… all my life i’ve focused on girls names in my memory bank for offspring names… so i researched some male names and talked to the hubby about them… here are some of the ones we agreed on
and the favorite!
If my fate lies with having a boy, i’ll just have to raise him to be the best man he can be <3 even if i really really wanted a girl so i could have frilly dresses and what not lol
My Shimmy Sisters/Beautiful teachers and I post performance!
2013 I AM Yoga, Art & Music festival
My first stage performance! Fiona Apple’s Criminal <3
ignis fatuus (medieval latin: “foolish fire”), commonly known as will-o’-the-wisp, is an atmospheric ghost light seen by travelers at night, especially over bogs, swamps or marshes. It resembles a flickering lamp and is said to recede if approached, drawing travelers from the safe paths. In European folklore, these lights are held to be either mischievous spirits of the dead, or other supernatural beings or spirits such as fairies, attempting to lead travelers astray. In literature, it sometimes has a metaphorical meaning, describing a hope or goal that leads one on but is impossible to reach, or something one finds sinister and confounding.
(Source: kierenwwalker, via hereintheshadowsofstarlight)