Sunday, November 23, 2008
I have been sitting in the same spot here on this love seat listening to lame Cartoon Network shows for about... 4 hours now? No, probably 5. I don't even know why. I went to a little "get together" thing with my friends and family earlier today and told myself that later in the day I would do something cool. So much for that grand plan. Typing this is also making my hangnail hurt. I should probably clip it off now. Speaking of pains, I have some hunger ones. Knowing me, I will just soothe them with butter pecan ice cream instead of a healthy snack like I have been taught by health teachers for 4 years now. Why am I still typing this? It is 12:21 pm and I have more productive things to be doing- right? I don't know. I should go.
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
I know everyone has been doing these lately, now so am I. I was tagged by the ever-so-fashionable Chessie from L'Idealista, Il Protettore. Here goes nothing...or everything.
Four Things I Did Today:
1. Went to a debate tournament (and won 2-1!)
2. Shared/heard some gooey-gooey gossip
3. Watched finale of America's Next Top Model
4. Ate some Coco Puffs
Four Things On My To-do List:
1. Start working on graduation project to get it over with
2. Sew with the fabric from Mood
3. Eat a churro
4. Eat another churro
Four Guilty Pleasures:
1. Eating a mini-carton of Haagen-Dazs ice cream in one night
2. Zoning out while playing Guitar Hero
3. Playing with that sticky stuff that comes on the back of letters in the mail
4. Eating chicken stir-fry, aka the best cafeteria food. Ever.
Random Facts About Me:
1. My pinky nails are always longer than the other nails
2. I chew my pen caps
3. I never leave on the tab on a soda can
4. I have been told I wear too much gray.
I know I am supposed to tag someone now, but I can't choose anyone who hasn't already done it. Therefore, anyone who wants to do this can!
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
This is the start of a new. The FIRST BLACK PRESIDENT is finally here-- Barack Obama. I don't think I have been this proud to be an American ever. It makes my eyes well up just thinking of the fact that there are so many old African-Americans who are seeing what they have waited for since their days picking cotton under the hot sun. We have finally gotten over the sin that has haunted us Americans since the beginning of our country's history. Racism shall be forgotten. What might be even better is that foreigners will have such a better image of us. Now instead of them thinking of fat, bald, greedy, white men when they hear the word "America," they will think of us as the country that finally saw the light and wants to change.
We, the younger generation, run this world now. As the older generations tried to hang on to their conservative morals, we said "NO" and elected someone who knows what we want. We are bringing people of all ages, races, genders, and sexual orientations together to sing in peaceful harmony. Now we can really be the UNITED states of America.
Saturday, November 1, 2008
Luckily, my weeks have gotten better and I appreciate the support I received from you guys. Here are some pieces I have bought recently. This is my first step to eventually posting my outfits on here. I will get to those eventually...
All: NYC Flea Market Bracelet: Afghanistan Two Rings on the right: China
Shoes: Famous Footwear
Burgundy: Vintage Coach Green: Puro Cuero, Puerto Rico