Saturday, December 19, 2009

mysterious thing, time. -dumbledore


Is this Narnia?

The year has been full of blessings, with little angel kisses along the way. In January, I dreamt of packing up a suitcase and traveling across the sea, full of dorys and mermaids and shiny patrick stars, to a land far, far away. The words impossible were thrown all around me, making me dizzy. But My King always knows better, doesn't He?

For I sang in Dublin pubs, with smiles that shouted 'I want to be forever young.' I walked the cobblestone streets of Paris, heavenly crepe stands on every corner, where I often stopped for a taste of banana and Nutella. Standing in awe of the Notre Dame Cathedral, which before only existed in story books about gypsies and hunchbacks. A train ride taking me to a land as magical as Harry Potter himself. An arrival at King's Cross, where muggles were hustling and bustling about their day. Celebrating the Queen's official birthday, a parade where Prince William and Harry rode by in a carriage, followed by another with the queen. A fairytale.

How I wish I could revisit each memory. A time-turner necklace would be lovely. For now I'll carry each enchanting moment with me, nestled in my pocket. ★

8 comments :

  1. That's just the thing I have always been dreaming... so lovely! I like the first photo,,the yellowish page of Harry Potter books always remind me of home.

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  2. That sounds so lovely!

    Thank you for stopping by my blog :)

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  3. what a beautiful post! I'd love to find myself in all the same places. Years hold such promise, though, so who knows where 2010 will find us?

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  4. @MonsterGirl Only God knows. But I hope it's someplace magical, with new adventures. New experiences. New lessons. Wishing you a happy 2010.

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  5. Oh this post was lovely. And I really wish I had a time turner.

    Most Canadians say Mom, but because Canada is so multicultural everyone has a variation of what they say. I'm Lithuanian and I speak Lithuanian at home, so I say Mama. But when I'm with my friends I refer to her as Mum because I simply prefer that to Mom. Only about two of my other friends say Mum and one is from England, so...
    Anyways, hope I answered your question. :)

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  6. Thank you so much,
    I love you blog's atmosphere!!
    Take care.
    Chloé.
    :)

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  7. what lovely adventures you must have had .. i wish i could share them . i've never been to any of those places .

    thank you for your wonderful comment !
    <3

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  8. Oh, I can't wait to go to Europe. You make it sound so wonderful.

    I want a time-turner necklace too.

    xx

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