I've been enjoying myself lately, despite not having computer access (been close to a year without it actually) and having to study for a large part of my day. :3 But yeah, I wish for May to come soon enough so that I'm done with all exams I have and enter some college. :(
and I see. I personally DO consider it a HUGE deal myself - it is a family thing here too. But, like in your case, I myself do think the act does require a lot of thinking beforehand and isn't something that should be done on impulse.
But I think I've seen a lot of people not thinking about it too much and just moving in. Either way, I hope things are alright between you two. :)
Yeah life's been good! And nah, moving together is a huge step (and quite controversial with out catholic families.) Though despite families, it's our life but to jump into living together/ commonlaw marriage is a huge thing IMO and isn't something to take as lightly as many others do nowadays.
Happy birthday, you wonderful person! Reading through your reply on yuki's blog reminded me of how you've always tried to reach out to those you felt are in need of help. How you've always been this amazing person who is always there for anyone and everyone to lend a helping hand with her words of wisdom and, at times, harsh criticism. You're a wonderful human being. Wish I had the ability to help others like you do. I mean, I try to think of things to say but I'm unable to put my feelings and emotions into words at times. Anyway, I digress, I just hope you have an amaaaazing day, adrianna! You deserve all of it!!! :]
Saw your priestess cosplay on fb. You're amazing, girl. <3 Ya make me want to try cosplaying myself. But it is...like, non existent in India. Even if I did have the time, means or the skills necessary, I'd probably get laughed at instead of being appreciated for the hard work that goes into it. Sigh.
But I digress. I came here to say I loooooooove your cosplays. You're amazing at designing really good looking costumes. And you look good in them too!
Marzipan? What's that? As for the punshrulles themselves, they look like they're made from chocolate. And I looooove chocolate!! <333; Talking of these awesometastic sweets, aren't they expensive over there??
We should totally make a list of all our fave sweet dishes and share them with each other. I'm sure we'll discover tons of amazing new stuff. Sure, you probably won't be able to taste the exact same kind of delicacy that's made in India and reverse is also true. But at least they'll taste similar since they're basically the same thing no matter where they're made. Also, at least we'll get to know more about food. And knowing more about food is never a bad thing. BECAUSE FOOD IS AWESOME. lol As for the milk cakes...I'll have to ask my parents about it. Don't really know, haha. And yeah, staying away from unauthentic sources of food is something I practice myself. Once ate something from a really suspicious place and had pains in my throat for three whole days. Better to avoid those at all costs! :( BUT yeah, Britain is a huge place. You'll probably find some good Indian place sometime. :3
It wasn't exactly school, haha. I had applied for an external exam. :p Too bad I couldn't do much. I seriously ****ed up as far as time management goes.
How was the get-together? :3
Reminds me a bit of Swedish "punschrulles" that are made with marzipan and some other stuff <3 Absolutely YUMTASTIC <3 I have to order them in from a specialty bakery every time I want to have one, but I usually just get a bunch to keep on the freezer <3
And ooh! Glad we seem to have the same sort of tastebuds (save for the crazy affinity for spice you have ;3!) But I'd love that, too! Is there another indian word for them? There are quite a lot of Indian places in the UK (most are takeout, and I don't like unauthentic or fast-food much so I tend to stay away from them.) but if I could find a place that sells milk cakes I would love that! I have the BIGGEST sweet tooth myself!
Awwh boo! on SUNDAY of all days? Do you have school on Sundays too? WTF that's unfair ;O; Good luck on the exam though!
And not too much over on my end; Will is coming to visit (finally, it's been ages since he's come to mine instead) and we're going to chill on Sat with a mutual friend down in Brighton (beach town that's about an hour away on the train.)
I say beach town. It's not very beachy here. It freaking SNOWED yesterday. Why can't winter just be over >_>
The shiny diamond shaped ones are called "Kaju ki katli" or something. I don't like it myself, to be honest. But others in my family adore it for some reason. :/ The other ones you posted look delicious, though. I might've eaten some of those but I don't really remember right now. :p
Milk Cakes ARE freakin' yummy, lol. I wish I could somehow send some over to your place, haha. But yeah, they're outrageously expensive. So I get to eat them once in 3-4 months. ;__;
Haha, I'm sure you will. Life's too long and you never know when you'll come across someone special like that. ;]
haha, yeah. <3; Me? Well, nothing much, I have an exam on Sunday so I'll probably spend the entirety of today (saturday) studying. This weekend will suck. ;__; What about you? :3