Yesterday's pics were taken just out from my front door. Those mountains are so beautiful and, well, majestic (as cliche as it sounds, but cliches happen for a reason you know). They are like a constant companion, giving me a stable sense of direction, a landmark to orient myself, and unwavering beauty. I like that I don't live on the mountain (a, in my opinion, more challenging environment), but next to it. Living with such a strong horizon line places me in very uncomfortable territory when I am in cities and out of my element. One of the days that I was in NY, Mel put me on a subway and sent me on my way to the general area of my hotel. She was very carefully explaining to me how to get home, but when I got up on the street I completely panicked and was more lost than I have ever felt! After wandering aimlessly, looking for SOMETHING familiar (Street names mean nothing to me) I called my husband to help me find my way. He was like "OK, make it so the Walgreens is on you left and walk forward, now look up really high, do you see the Chrysler building? Walk toward that and soon you will see Bryant Park." He's so good.
I was so interested to read your theories and personal "human mold" stories! A few more girls from my mold are below! I have never seen this Pushing Daisies show, but she is adorable! Next is a sweet blogger from Canada who I think could seriously be a genetic match of me from like 9 years ago, and finally there is this girl from Vegas who works with a cool girl named Leslie (this one seriously looks like my REAL Sister!) If you have anymore let me know!
Leslie's Friend from Vegas