Okay yeah I’m going to bed fo’ reals. XD
Because tomorrow is Maundy Thursday and Good Friday comes after that, I may or may not be online tomorrow, because apparently my
non-Catholic Mum doesn’t want me to spend my time on the internet tomorrow; I am most likely going to read, and fast with juice loooool.
prayer circle for my knees on Good Friday because oh my god I honestly always lose count at how many times I have to kneel during prayers of the faithful.
I have skype if anyone wants it, as well as kik. My skype name is
marah.unson and my kik is glamourofthegods. Please introduce yourself first so I know who I’m adding, merci!
She slid out of the car and wondered what he would cook for her, quite excited to watch him cook.
Kate didn’t know how to cook though, but she inferred that modern Kate did after seeing recipe books and looking inside of them, seeing scribbles here and there. She hoped she was good, because a happy husband is a full husband, she thought.
Pulling a chair she took her shoes off and stretched her legs, leaning her head on her crossed arms which were propped on the back of the chair.
"What are you going to make?"
"Well that is a surprise my dear," he said as he kissed her and he put his hands on her shoulders, taking her to the living room and sitting her down. "You relax."
He was walking back to the kitchen then and he was looking around for things to do, something to start with. He did the bread first, letting it cook in the oven until it was perfect and then the soup. It would only take about twenty minutes to cook everything and then he’d be ready to serve it all to Kate.
He turned back to her as he continued cutting and mixing everything.
"So Kate… what’s your favourite thing to eat back home?"
"I ‘ave a lot," Kate said, telling him that she loved beef and venison, as well as game and fish. She particularly loved beef stew, as well as spiced meat and chicken with fennel. "We never ‘ad such fancy food when I was still living in ze Louvre, and when I lived in ze abbey everything was simple. I do not know ‘ow Marie could stand such simple food but then it was always ‘er calling to be a nun."
Katherine loved to eat, and when she moved to England the food there was so different from the one in France, but she had grown to love it. She loved as well that spices from the East were being used, and that she had never tasted anything so exotic. It was a wonder she was still so slender, and she remembered with a blush that whenever Henry was home, they would always play, and she thought that maybe that was enough to keep her slim.
She peeked over the back of the sofa, sitting on her knees as she watched him. “Never thought I would see you like this—I must say zat I quite like it.” she remarked before she smiled then bit her lip.
Clara Soley of Wiener Staatsballett two weeks ago in my studio.
Lifestyle photographer Grace Chon recently turned the camera on her 10-month-old baby Jasper and their 7-year-old rescue dog Zoey, putting them side-by-side in the some of the most adorable portraits ever.