Zooey Deschanel and People in Living Rooms

Life is full of simple pleasures.  Having two entire hours with absolutely nothing looming ahead of me.  Getting my very first homework assignment of a promising year.  Daydreaming of swimming, yet again, in that new swimsuit I told you all about.  Seeing the only girl I truly would like to be up on stage.  (Zooey Deschanel for those of you who don’t know.)  I wouldn’t even have wanted to have been Marilyn Monroe.  I love my life and who I am, but there are times where I would love to have Zooey’s wardrobe, her singing voice, her hair, her career and I would want her cute, adorable, vintage nature except that I think I am already somewhere along those lines.  (Disclaimer: I do not think I am as adorable as Zooey Deschanel.  I am not that vain.  Also, I love italics.)

I also love people coming over and lounging in my living rooms.  I want to be extraordinarily Italian (or is it the Greeks that are hospitable?) and always have food on the table, loud laughter, and an open door.  I want everyone to know where the spare key is and just be overflowing with guests adding color and vibrancy to my life, even if they are a little on the annoying side.

So please, know.  My door is always open.  You’ll be doing me the favor by asking me to be generous.

Postscript: After I wrote this, I had a plethora of delightful things happen to me that I had to my list of things that are as wonderful as Zooey Deschanel: Toy Story macaroni, surprise trips to Red Robin to eat a delicious burger, a local concert on the horizon at a venue I have been wanting to step my veteran concert-shoes (not pictured…yet.) into, and throwing on clothes I thought I hated to create an outfit that I love.  I love making lists of things that I love.  I hope you do as well.

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2 Responses to Zooey Deschanel and People in Living Rooms

  1. lisiemarie says:

    “I want to be extraordinarily Italian (or is it the Greeks that are hospitable?) and always have food on the table, loud laughter, and an open door.”

    Meeee tooo!!!

    Also, I love italics as well. To the point that I am extremely annoyed that I could not put the above quote in italics.

  2. Kendal says:

    I just tried making this comment in italics and you are completely right; italics cannot be found. Sigh.
    I read your blog and I love it! You’ll have to keep me posted on your magical party events. They sound heavenly in this world of Lean Cuisine and McDonald’s dollar menu. 🙂

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