Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The Music For the Wedding. :)

Hello! :)
As, most of you know, once you get to know me, 
I love music... 
All kinds, can't really choose a favorite,
but I do love it. 
I used to listen to music for hours
Particularity love songs.
I would dream for hours about dancing with my new husband
and all that. :) 
Well, I won't have the traditional "first dance"
But I did pick out music for the ceremony
and thought about it long and hard...
After all It has to be 'just perfect' After all... ;)
Even if your day is not perfect, 
The music can still hold special meaning for you and your new spouse.
The first song that we are going to use is from one of my favorite movies.
I grew up watching it and always loved the score. :)
Little Women~ Orchard house
This song will be used when everyone walks up. :)

this next song is going to be played when I walk up. :)
Libera~ Sanctus

The next song will be played  during the candle lighting ceremony
Only my brother, my friend Seth, and my friend Miriam will be playing it. :)
It's a beautiful song of commitment, and this is the message 
we want to get across, to those who will be attending, and even those around us.
We are COMMITTED to our marriage. :)
When I said I Do~ Clint Black

The Song We are walking out to is going to be 
Taylor Swift's Song 'Love Story'

We chose this song because it is fun and sweet.
And Happy. :) And happy is always good at a wedding. :)

With all my love,

Saturday, August 14, 2010

7 days...

Hello, just thought I would write a quick update. :)
There are seven days left until Willie and I tie the knot. ;)
And I just thought I would let you know what is going on... 
We are checking things off of our list  as fast as they get put on there.
We keep busy... Willie and I are back on our choir schedule, 
...and back to being at church almost more then we are at home.
But we love being busy so it really isn't a burden. :)
I got new glasses so I will have ones that fit me. and are not bent beyond fixing... lol
I am very excited about the wedding, although the closer it gets to the day, 
the more I just want to go on the honeymoon and relax. :)
I really cannot wait until the day I become Mrs Lee
The Lord has been very Good and he has 
provided all my needs concerning the wedding and the early part of the marriage.
And even some of my wants too. 
And at a price that won't break the bank to boot! :)
So I will write a little later and maybe even this week If I can squeeze 
it in... or am too 'not sleepy' to sleep. Lol :D 

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Book, Books, And More Books! :)

I am very excited! Well about a lot of things really, 
mostly my upcoming wedding, but I got a new book...
BOOKS actually. 
Willie bought me a "game" for the ds....
It contains 100 of the classics plus you can download more. :) 
 I spent a few good hours last night just exploring my bookshelf. :)
I have been looking at the book list and am really excited about mine, 
but a little jealous about the UK version.
They have ALL the Jane Austin books. I would love to have all of them. :) 

Here is the List for the U.S.

Louisa May Alcott: Little Women        
Jane Austen: Emma
Jane Austen: Mansfield Park  

Jane Austen: Persuasion
Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen: Sense and Sensibility
Harriet Beecher Stowe: Uncle Tom's Cabin
R.D. Blackmore: Lorna Doone
Anne Bronte: The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
Charlotte Bronte: Jane Eyre
Charlotte Bronte: The Professor
Charlotte Bronte: Shirley
Charlotte Bronte: Villette
Emily Bronte: Wuthering Heights
John Bunyan: The Pilgrim's Progress
Frances Burnett: Little Lord Fauntleroy
Frances Burnett: The Secret Garden
Lewis Carroll: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Lewis Carroll: Through the Looking-Glass
Wilkie Collins: The Moonstone
Wilkie Collins: The Woman in White
Carlo Collodi: The Adventures of Pinocchio
Arthur Conan Doyle: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Arthur Conan Doyle: The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes
Joseph Conrad: Lord Jim
Susan Coolidge: What Katy Did
James Fenimore Cooper: Last of the Mohicans
Daniel Defoe: Robinson Crusoe
Charles Dickens: Barnaby Rudge
Charles Dickens: Bleak House
Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol
Charles Dickens: David Copperfield
Charles Dickens: Dombey and Son
Charles Dickens: Great Expectations
Charles Dickens: Hard Times
Charles Dickens: Martin Chuzzlewit
Charles Dickens: Nicholas Nickleby
Charles Dickens: The Old Curiosity Shop
Charles Dickens: Oliver Twist
Charles Dickens: The Pickwick Papers
Charles Dickens: A Tale of Two Cities
Alexandre Dumas: The Count of Monte Cristo
Alexandre Dumas: The Three Musketeers
George Eliot: Adam Bede
George Eliot: Middlemarch
George Eliot: The Mill on the Floss
Henry Rider Haggard: King Solomon's Mines
Thomas Hardy: Far From The Madding Crowd
Thomas Hardy: The Mayor of Casterbridge
Thomas Hardy: Tess of The D'Urbervilles
Thomas Hardy: Under the Greenwood Tree
Nathaniel Hawthorne: The Scarlet Letter
Victor Hugo: The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Victor Hugo: Les Miserables
Washington Irving: The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon
Charles Kingsley: Westward Ho!
D.H. Lawrence: Sons And Lovers
Gaston Leroux: The Phantom of the Opera
Jack London: The Call of the Wild
Jack London: White Fang
Herman Melville: Moby Dick
Edgar Allen Poe: Tales of Mystery and Imagination
Sir Walter Scott: Ivanhoe
Sir Walter Scott: Rob Roy
Sir Walter Scott: Waverley
Anna Sewell: Black Beauty
William Shakespeare: All's Well That Ends Well
William Shakespeare: Antony and Cleopatra
William Shakespeare: As You Like It
William Shakespeare: The Comedy of Errors
William Shakespeare: Hamlet
William Shakespeare: Julius Caesar
William Shakespeare: King Henry the Fifth
William Shakespeare: King Lear
William Shakespeare: King Richard the Third
William Shakespeare: Love's Labour's Lost
William Shakespeare: Macbeth
William Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice
William Shakespeare: A Midsummer-Night's Dream
William Shakespeare: Much Ado About Nothing
William Shakespeare: Othello, the Moor of Venice
William Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet
William Shakespeare: The Taming of the Shrew
William Shakespeare: The Tempest
William Shakespeare: Timon of Athens
William Shakespeare: Titus Andronicus
William Shakespeare: Twelfth Night
William Shakespeare: The Winter's Tale
Robert Louis Stevenson: Kidnapped
Robert Louis Stevenson: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Robert Louis Stevenson: Treasure Island
Jonathan Swift: Gulliver's Travels
William Thackeray: Vanity Fair
Anthony Trollope: Barchester Towers
Mark Twain: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Mark Twain: Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Jules Verne: Round the World in Eighty Days
Jules Verne: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Oscar Wilde: The Importance of Being Earnest
Oscar Wilde: The Picture of Dorian Gray

No it's not a Kindle or an E-reader... 
but it does  have the books and it is something for someone who already has a ds, 
but can't afford a kindle.
I like it it even has background noises and music so that way it can help you relax 
while reading. ;) very enjoyable. :) 
Willie bought it for me to use during the trip up down to Florida and back. 
I read during LONG car trips. 
This way I have an entire book shelf to take with me anywhere!
I am very excited !!!!!! I love the written word! :) 
Now gaming may not be for everyone 
and this 'game' may not be for all the gamers like my Husband (I love saying that! ^_^)
But It is a wonderful invention for girls like me 
who's man is a gamer and sweetly buys her a unit that will cut into his gaming time. 
I love him. <3  
So, Happy Reading! :)