I really like Haagen Dazs ice cream (strawberry preferably) and a good cry fest. So please understand that when you come home from work one day and I’ve eaten a pint of Ben and Jerry and I look a hot mess, nothing is wrong. I just like ice cream, chick flicks, and sometimes crying.
Time Traveler’s Wife gets me every time.
I love starbucks. Thanks for the words of wisdom.
New favorite song: Walk Me Down the MIddle by The Band Perry :)
Homemade oatmeal mask. More like homemade disaster. You would think it’s easy to make an oatmeal mask (A little oatmeal, a little honey, some lemon drops), but if you’re me, you’ll find out really soon that it’s not. So I figured out that whole oatmeal grains don’t work well for a mask. So I had to grind up the oatmeal. Which is fine. So I do that, add a little water, some honey, some lemon. And take it upstairs to put on my face (scary looking stuff). Unfortunately, instead of ending up on my face, it ends up in the sink. In the broken bowl I dropped. Right? But most of the oatmeal is still intact and doesn’t have shards of glass sticking to it, so I decide to move forward (don’t worry I don’t end up slicing my face open with an unforeseeable piece of glass). Anyways, I get the stuff on my face and clean up the sink. After a couple minutes, I try to take it off. Well try is the keyword here because that stuff doesn’t come off. It ends up on my clothes, in my hair, all over the sink. After 5 minutes of vicious scrubbing I finally get it all off. Yay. I guess my face feels a little softer, so overall victory. But so not worth all the hard work.
Happy PI Day Everyone!!!!!! (3.1415926….)
KID CUDI IS COMING TO UCSD FOR SUNGOD 2011. O-MY-GOD.
I just finished a book called Life from Scratch. I actually randomly picked this book from Amazon because it was free for the Kindle. It’s about a mid-thirties divorcee who decides to take charge of her life by learning to cook…and blogging about it. Just my style right? Haha not. But it’s actually a fun book. Totally cliche in the ending, but still…I love cliche. Generally it pisses me off when the ending isn’t happy (enter Dear John by Nicholas Sparks). Anyways, this is a cute book. Very Julie and Julia-esque. But since I love blogging and I love food, it really had to have sucked for me to not like it. So thankfully it didn’t suck :) It’s a quick read if you’re looking for something sappy and scrumptious (food-wise). My only downside about this book is that there are no recipes. I always think novels about food must include food recipes, don’t you think? Overall, I’m glad it was free, but I’m also glad I read it. I mean, realistically, this is probably a book I would have read the inside cover of at the library and probably taken home. Happy reading!