Sunday, February 17, 2008

rumour has it...




yesterday my aunt called to tell me that my brother married his long time girlfriend, it was a civil wedding, no guests, just the two of them. very much in the spirit of an elopement, taking on a charm from another time and place. so cute. that means out of us 4 siblings, i am the one who has yet to marry. for so long i thought that i'm not the kind of girl to get married, i like my freedom. but these days, having a sweetie in life seems like it could be, well, sweet...

5 comments:

nuriiii said...

Nunca digas de este agua no beberé ni... este cura no es mi padre :)

n.

Le Tigre said...

Ahhh I love elopements! At times I kinda wish we'd done it but my family would have murdered me! Having a sweetie is great but you don't have to marry them, don't bend to the pressure, you're fine as you are!

l'air de temps said...

hey miss Nuri, I love your sayings that you share. they are so poetic and clear. i tend to get it immediately. plus i feel like i am benefiting from the wisdom of your parents and grandparents, like the one you shared with me... 'ya no tienes no.'

mrs. le tigre, i'm thinking that when you read this message you will be a newly wed... so lovely. you inspire me, not only by your courage, also by your words as well. 'sweet words are like honey to the soul.'

nuriiii said...

my favourite T. Creo que lo que has puesto "ya no tienes no" es en realidad "el no ya lo tienes". Vaya lío!!! Me alegro que te gusten mis "sayings". Este "sweet words are like honey to the soul" is so lovely. I like it as well. Besos

l'air de temps said...

Nuri, thanks for letting me know the right way to say 'el no ya lo tienes.' i was trying to remember how you said it.

bss!