Sunday, February 15, 2009

I Should Probably Stop Blogging at Work.

Someday.

So, it's Sunday. And technically, it's my "weekend off", whatever that means anymore.
And I feel like crap because I ate a bunch of crap (please see previous post and add three red velvet cupcakes to the list of awful). And I'm tired. And my sinuses are making my face swollen. And the economy is failing.

Waaahhhhhh.

I think this calls for a stupid survey.
You dig?

Dreaming of....
Scotland. Absolutely. The Isle of Skye is one of the most beautiful places on earth. I mean, the food sucks and all. But if I could die in front of Faerie Falls, I would be okay with that.

Martini of Choice....
I'm not so much a fan of gin. Although, last time I was at Ginger, I had them make a pear martini but with vodka...oh man.

Currently Craving....
Something spicy. Fajitas, I think. Or a black bean burger with pickles and avocado. Thanks Blogger. Now I'm hungry.

Beauty Trick....
Dr. Bronner's all-in-one soap. It's organic AND vegan AND awesome. They have a couple different smells, but I'm rocking the peppermint one. You can use it to wash your skin and your hair and your face and shave your legs. Oh, and Smith's Rosebud Salve is kind of miraculous.

Obsessed With....
Moccasins. I love my Minnetonka pair, but I wear them so much they're going to fall to pieces in the not-too-distant future. I just bought a new pair from Target yesterday, and I'm eying another one from Nordstrom. It's becoming a problem.

Can't get enough of...
American Idol. Mostly because I cannot wait until Tatiana bites the big one.

Driving....
A 2001 Plymouth Voyager that is not on fire.

Loves to play....
Sudoku. I downloaded an app for my Blackberry so I can play whenever I want to. Also, Apples to Apples. It's pretty hilarious sometimes. And Rock Band II!!! I enjoy induldging my inner-rockstar.

On the nightstand....
Revolutionary Road by Richard Yates, A Lion Among Men by Gregory Maguire, and The Brief Wonderous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz.

Learning....
More extensive and intense yoga. I'm starting a new round of Ashtanga classes March 3rd. I'm really excited.

In my purse....
Besides the usual stuff, package of Orbit Crystal Mint gum, my striped day-planner from Curiosty Shoppe, five different kinds of lipgloss, and a sharpie.

Coveting....
Mandy Moore's style in "Because I Said So" and "License to Wed." Not so good movies, with really cute clothes. I'll take a side of Gabriel Macht or John Krasinski, too.

Wishing I was watching....

"Say Anything" or "Sixteen Candles". I'm in a John Hughes mood today.


I'm not going to lie.
Today will be a looong day.
As such, there might be some more posting.
You're welcome.

1 comment:

VintageMagnolia said...

Cars that aren't on fire are generally considered a good thing.

And I bought a red polka-dotted dress secondhand yesterday that TOTALLY screams "Because I Said So". Gabriel Macht = Major Yum. John Krasinski = My future Husband.

Yoga is Love. I was bad last week and didn't go every day, but I'm not so much a fan of the super-crowded classes at the Rec Center and don't want to pay $10 a class at Yoga Bliss. Oh, the insanity! We should go to our ashram, get trained as instructors and open our own studio in Tuscaloosa.

Word Verification: pedli

Pedli: verb, Aramaic origin. to move feet very quickly towards a pre-ordained destination, such that one stalls momentarily and leaves a self-shaped cloud of dust. Sentence: Like Wile E. Coyote, Sullivan pedli-ed towards her BFF with the utmost haste.