Here are some adorable dogs holding flowers. Have a great day everyone
so here’s some weird Corgi mixes
14. Talk about a vacation
2008 when my family went to St. Thomas and St. John in the USVI. It was incredible. We stayed in a small villa made for 5 people that had no air conditioning or refrigerators. We crammed 13 people into it, and we had scorpions, iguanas, and enough mongooses to feed a medium sized village. We were with a ton of my cousins so that made it fun, but the best parts were kayaking in crystal clear water and snorkeling for hours to see some of the best wildlife I’ve ever seen. We got to swim with sea turtles and octopuses and barracudas and it was just amazing. We ate at local restaurants and hiked through the mountains. My dream is to go back now that I’m a little bit older and can appreciate it more than I did when I was 12.
15. Talk about the time you were most content in your life.
Right now! Honestly, everything is going really well for me. I’m really nervous and excited to start this whole new thing that is college and meet tons of new friends and decorate my dorm and study things that I am passionate about. Also, I have the most amazing boyfriend in the entire world, and I couldn’t ask for anyone better to spend my time with. Wyatt is so supportive and willing to back me up on whatever I choose. Our paths crossed perfectly and now our lives are so intertwined that I can’t imagine not having met him. Our friends joke about us being married already, but forreal, I can see it.
18. Talk about something that happened in elementary school.
Well, I went to two different schools, one private and one public. In private school it was called primary class and you didn’t really go into grades, so everyone in first through fourth grade was in the same class and everyone in fifth through seventh was in the same class. Anyways, when I was in Primary 1, I was learning about plants and crops and gardens and people making their own sustainable, green food. So as a field trip, I got to go to the farmers market and talk to people from around Richmond who had gardens and farms and taste what they had been growing. I remember I tasted a peach jam that one really sweet woman made and it was soo good. It was practically candy and I told her how much I loved it, and she gave me a small jar to take home.