-racial ignorance still exists to some degree— depends on where you go. I thought at this point our America was over that. Yes, I’m looking at a Tempurpedic mattress, and yes, I totally caught you practically shouting to the Caucasian customer 10 feet further away from you.
-I LOVE MY COMPANY. I’m so excited to start working!
-there is quite the variety of road kill out in the Midwest… :(
-there is also incredible shopping. Score on major deals at the Gap and BR, two places that I don’t shop often anymore
-binging on chocolate, custard, and BBQ in between shopping is the best mother-daughter bonding time EVER
AND THEN I put on my sister’s darling little headband/headpiece with a net and some black feathers for a night in Vegas ;)
AND THEN I ran my face off to repair any damage done by said chocolate, custard, and barbecue. pictures to follow after I finish the 5K this Saturday!
Please help Japan recover as quickly as possible. Bring their spirits healing and peace in such a difficult time. They need all the love in the world. Protect the people of the nations where the tsunami is headed.
Also, encourage the rest of the world to do whatever they can, within their means, to help.
So far not impressed. Every pair I find on there goes for $49.95 or whatever, but the last time I paid that much for a pair of shoes, they were minimally damaged Kate Spade pumps from Last Chance. And the last time I got a REALLY great pair of shoes, they were a gift. Let me spell it out for you (pictures to come this week)
I BUY ALL MY SHOES FROM LAST CHANCE.
Gift: Pollini shoes. Usually go for $600 is the word on the streets. I know they were bought for around $70.
Gift: Grey Hunter wellies. I saw them for $30.
Bought: Sam Edelman black leather cowbowy-like boots (but not quite): $40
Bought: Brown leather pumps. $30
Bought: Dior pumps. ON CLEARANCE THAT DAY $70
Bought: silver sequin Converse All-Stars. $19.
Bought: Michael Kors lucite platform heel sandal. $19
Bought: Jessica Simpson flat sandal with decor. $19
Bought: Anna Lopez nude sandal. $40
Bought: Michael Kors cork wedge. $40
Bought: Rainbow flip-flops: $15
Bought: Tory Burch flats: $50 (okay so that pair was $50, too, but still)
Verdict (so far): why the hell would I spend $50 on mediocre, not that exciting/flavorful shoes?
took my clothes and towel while I was in the community showers,
put a banana peel in front of my every step,
stuck a pencil in my tire valve,
threw a red sock into my white laundry with MY BEST THEORY TOP while I wasn’t looking,
put my hand in warm water while I was sleeping,
AND made fun of my mama—
all while stealing my boyfriend—
in a matter of only 50 minutes of your 4 miserable questions, one of which illustrated an almost UNREAL problem that I’m almost certain doesn’t happen in real life unless you are a cat inside a dream, going through your fancy wind tunnel up a couple of ramps with some friction, and
your lovely little scenario of a pumpkin being shot as its dropped and for some reason or another I’m supposed to take information on one axis and relate it to another at a particular instant of time. That sounds all nice and dandy but today I do not care to analyze the science behind those scenes in the Matrix where Neo and Trinity dodge bullets and stop time. ENOUGH.
I guess THANK GOD the whole first portion isn’t real. It makes physics seem not so bad! :D
“Those who find ugly meanings in beautiful things are corrupt without being charming. This is a fault. Those who find beautiful meanings in beautiful things are the cultivated. For these there is hope.”—Oscar Wilde (via homeofthevain)