I'm pumped for my upcoming arts & crafts day with the ladies. This might be a little overly ambitious, but I want to make a canvas for my bedroom (one of those paintings that you cover in sticker letters and then repaint then remove aforementioned stickers). I'd also like to make something to spruce up my grandma's new place. It needs some color. I'm thinking about a wreath (all seasons) or something similar to make her door (inside to hallway) look a little more welcoming to the nurses and aids. Any ideas? I've never made a wreath before, so it should be interesting - and hopefully not a hot mess!
I really like this song and keep picking it whenever I open iTunes.
I don't understand what women with hips did before skipping the pantyhose became socially acceptable. Sitting makes you feel like a fat stuffed sausage. It's not super fun. I only wore them to dull the blinding light that radiates off of my pale legs. Note: they were black. I'm so anti-skin colored pantyhose since I'm not (literally) an 85 year old grandma. Don't you ever wear pantyhose with open-toed shoes. Don't do it! (Why am I ranting about pantyhose?!)
I made a chocolate chip cookie pie tonight for work tomorrow. You have no idea how hard it is to resist taking a bite! That's the thing about pies, you can't cover up a taste test.
On a completely different note, have you heard this Maroon 5 song? Every single time it comes up, I think of "Pretty Woman."
I'm get-tin a smartphone, y'allllll! I got it for 99 ceeeeeents. I'm pretty sure I spent too much time at the AT&T store and have now somehow convinced half of my brain that I can pull of a semi-ghetto southern accent. Don't worry, I know I can't.
Who's ready for Halloween?! ---> THIS GIRL <---
I want/need more happy in my life. The highlight of my day really, really shouldn't be a piece of plastic/metal/cell phone stuff.
I went to a fun cookout and met lots of fun people. S'mores and hot dogs by the fire, mmm mmm! Oh, and hide and seek in the dark is hilarious with two little girls that shriek and giggle when playing - or should I say taunting - the other team.
I went up to Shipshewana for my first big group tour - woo hoo! Everything went well and it didn't rain on us. We gorged ourselves at lunch at the Blue Gate Restaurant on meatloaf, fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, chicken dressing, fresh green beans, fresh Amish bread, homemade apple butter, homemade Amish peanut butter (a.k.a. liquid fudge), and (naturally) piiiiiiie. I opted for the chocolate cream, as did my grandpa. The red raspberry and cherry also looked awesome. Needless to say, I am exhausted after our 13+ hour day.