Not necessarily beautiful.
1. If even one more person asks me if my possibly (possibly) moving to the same city as WG means we are moving in together, I may well scream. I didn't realize living in the same city as my boyfriend meant that we had to live together. It might just be nice to live in the same city for a while, right? Sheesh. Good thing I haven't mentioned this to one of my co-workers. She'll demand to stare at my (going to be naked for a while) left ring finger, to confirm that I have not, in fact, gone and gotten engaged without notifying her.
2. Facebook still manages to freak me out. I saw, months ago, that an old crush/old friend (yes, he was an actual friend) from high school was on the great timesucker, and I refused, refused to "friend" him myself. Then, this morning, I see the message in my inbox, "Old Crush has made you a friend on Facebook," and I felt oddly flattered.
3. Last night, walking the dogs with WG while my parents are out of town, I looked up and saw the Big Dipper in the sky, so close I felt like I was looking at a projection of it at the planet-A-rium (kudos to you if you get the cartoon reference). The sky was so clear. I saw Cassiopeia and Orion's Belt, and then I stopped staring open-mouthed up at they sky and looked ahead to see WG trying to trick my German Shepherd, Bailey. Bailey never walks in a straight line, but the person walking him usually does. But WG was behaving like an adorable six year old and decided to try walking a crooked line, too, so when Bailey would turn back towards WG, WG would already be there, and Bailey would run smack into his thigh with his head. WG found this amazingly funny, and I found it strangely endearing. The dog just found it confusing and kept walking his crooked little path.