So, I’ve been back in school for the last few months and now I’m finally able to take part in the lovely week known as Spring Break. Because I do have a regular day job, I can’t go on vacation or anything, but I am getting lots of fun things done. (well fun to me at least) Cleaning, working on some cutesy crafts which I will display soon, and some sewing.
Yesterday I decided (once again) that it was time to re-arrange my bedroom and desk area. I also desperately needed to get rid of some clothing again, it’s just getting absolutely ridiculous. I think this is the 3rd time in the last year that I’ll be donating huge amounts of clothing to my local Covenant House. I decided it was time to let go of the “maybe I’ll wear it” pile, if it hasn’t been worn in a year I will not wear it again. The (almost) final result is pretty amazing, now I just need to decorate it a bit.
While going through my closet I uncovered many treasures, however one of them was not a pair of classic high top converse. I have a few pairs of all black ones, but strangely enough no classic ones. So depressing! I need to get a new pair already.
I’m sure by now most of you know about my soulmate, my pet bull terrier Biscuit. Well last night, she decided she’s had it with everyone else blogging and tweeting, and that she wanted her own account. And so her blog & Twitter have been created. Sigh, the things we do with/for our animals.
♥ I joined the Slow Readers Book Club! This will definitely help with one of my 2010 goals.
♥ One of the really exciting things that I’ve doing during my “break” is the Indie Business Class given by Elsie, Leigh-Anne, & Jill. So far it’s been really wonderful, and I’ve met a bunch of really talented people.
♥ We have a new writer on LadyLike!! Meet Cassandra! Total girl crush!
♥ How cute are these ice cream plush pins!! I must have one for my jackets.
and my wishlist item of the week…
…a Diana Mini Camera!! I want one so bad!! I do enjoy 120 film, but let’s be honest it’s a bit expensive and not so convenient to have developed. So the Diana Mini is perfect for all the same effects and takes 35mm.