Saturday, July 23, 2011

play me a song {sailing part five}

So on our final day of the trip, we explored the white islands. Olivia and I actually just stayed on the same rock for a while, but it was a beautiful day and we got to spend it by the ocean.

After we had explored and eaten lunch on the boat, we headed for Rockland. There, Olivia and I went to see Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2I have to admit, I and a huge Harry Potter fan, make fun of me if you want but I personally think that J.K. Rowling is a genius. After seeing the movie, Olivia and I felt really weird, sort like we were in shock. That may be a little extreme, but it is so sad that the whole series is over. 

The next day, we packed our things and walked around town for a bit while Olivia's parents worked on the boat. While walking around, we stumbled upon this bohon/indian boutique. I got an amazing shirt and a cute dress that I have gotten away with wearing multiple times in one week (between washings of course.) 

Next, Olivia and I went into the snootiest store I've ever been in. We decided to go in to have a laugh, considering the fact that a plastic hair clip costed $15. — and a throw pillow costed over $200. But through that store, there was a door to some other tiny little shop. Turns out it was an art supply store — my favorite place to be - ever! Honestly I could've stayed there for hours. The women who owned the place was so sweet, and showed us some amazing sketches. I ended up getting a tiny sketch book and a water color brush, but I wanted to buy about 300 other things in the store.

After visiting the art museum, and listening to people with signs screaming on the street, out trip had come to and end. We started the drive home in a car packed to the brim with things — turned out to make a quite comfortable seating arrangement.

 for some odd reason, I thought that this liken looked like two people. maybe I'm just crazy...
gimme sympathy — metric
same song as last post — but it's one of my favorites! :)


  1. The sea shell picture is my favorite!! I'm loving the bokeh in the background :))
    -Jocee <3

  2. I don't think you're weird! I'm LOVE Harry Potter too! I'm so sad that it's ending so I agree with you! I love the Epilogue though!

  3. I agree, It was sad to see Harry Potter come to an end--and J.K. Rowling is definitely a genius. completely.

    Sounds like you had a lovely trip! :)


  4. UhMahGah — it totally looks like old people.