A few photos!
I got this adorable pendant from Laura’s etsy shop. Go buy stuff! :)
Aw, apple :)
Some dolly pics-
Susie Sad Eyes & Blue Baby Treeson:
Pretty Licca doll:
& Hee, I love this, because it shows just how much Fenchurch loves her Chanel No. 5:
Oh, yes. Best perfume ever!
& Tonight, after work:
(Wearing contacts for once. & Dude, I need to cut my bangs. They grow way too quickly.)
& Being silly in my bathroom tonight:
& Totally yummy tofu noodle bowl that I stopped & got on the way home from work tonight. I definitely should just eat at home, because I do have food here, but I’m spoiled by Mikey cooking for me & he’s out of town, so I thought I’d treat myself to this:
Tomorrow, I’m headed to North Idaho (yeah, I work there, but I’m headed further north) to a lake where Mikey’s family has rented a cabin all this week and through Saturday night. The lake is Cocolalla, which I can’t stop saying, because it cracks me up. Plus, it contains “Lalla,” which makes my Lalla Ward loving self happy. Hee. Anyway, I’m a little freaked out because I have never driven up there before. I’ve been up there many times, but mostly as a kid when we would go to the theme park that’s near there, or to a lake or something. I’ve just never driven myself up there. Oh well. I don’t mind driving adventures. And I can call them if I get lost.
I am totally going to slather myself in the highest SPF sunscreen I can find because I hate hate hate sunburns. I don’t tan- I burn. And I rather like my vampiric pallor, honestly. Heh. I enjoy being super pale.
Anyway, yeah. We’re going to go out in a boat, which is pretty cool. I’m not scared of water at all, which is strange, considering the myriad of things I am terrified of. I think it’s because I find the water soothing, and because I am a strong swimmer, if I have to be. Mikey & I get to take the boat out by ourselves, which will be great.
I’ve managed to shower & get a bunch of laundry done since I’ve been home. I need to pack some stuff, too, but I’m being lazy & procrastinating by watching videos on YouTube, including Shatner’s “Rocket Man” performance from the ’70s (seriously, it’s genius and really touching. Silly and over-the-top and campy, but genius, I swear. I’m in love with the man, though, so I’m not the most objective audience, obviously. And I adore the early use of video technology. It’s pretty hilarious.) I’ve probably seen it fifty times, but I JUST KEEP WATCHING IT. I don’t know why. Heh. Oh well.
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More soon! xo