Saturday, December 13, 2008

Blog Awards & General Welcoming

Thank you so much to Felicity for giving me another most treasured blog award! This award is called "Secret Fairy Wishes" which was first started by www.sprinkle-diary.blogspot.com but now is known as http://www.secretfairywishes.blogspot.com/.
Rules:
Make a bunch of secret fairy wishes, hopes, desires, or bits of advice and scatter them somewhere magical...
Take lots of pictures and/or video and post it to your blog, telling us all about your fun.
Tag at LEAST 3 other bloggers.
Go to secretfairywishes.blogspot.com and comment to tell us you did it! We'll feature you and you could earn a prize!
Put this lovely banner in your 
HAVE FUN WISHING!

This sounds like heaps of fun so I will get quickly onto the task of planning and carrying out my secret fairy wishes. Actually, I have something quite amazing planned for Christmas Eve or New Year's Eve, in which my cousins, friends, family, besties and unrealated "cousins" will all go down to our beach (referred to before as "Our Beach" but actually called Josh's beach). We will all bring glow sticks and make heaps of messages, creations, we might even swim with them!
So keep posted for cute and beautiful pics of that magical night. 

Love you all,
Erimentha 
p.s. I officially love with soul dancing. Here is a general definition: 
soul dance  [sohl, dans, dahns]
-Noun 
Definition: 
1. To act of seperation of ones soul from ones body when pure joy and complete blyss is experienced. 
Eg: Dancing joyfully, listening to Emma Tonkin, being with friends ect 
2. the principle of life, feeling, thought, and action in humans, regarded as a distinct entity separate from the body, and commonly held to be separable in existence from the body; the spiritual part of humans as distinct from the physical part. 
eg: dancing in the rain, when someone you love looks at you and you feel like they can see your soul, 
3. to leap, skip, and jump etc., as a form of soul and personal expression. As from excitement or emotion; move nimbly or quickly. Eg: to dance with joy.