It’s finally stopped raining in my area! It may have taken about 6 days, but it is finally dry outside again so I decided to celebrate with moccasins, a striped sweater (the best time to wear a striped sweater…is all the time), and brand new tea. Sorry my outfit’s kind of boring today, though. I’m in the midst of testing right now and then I have exams next week so I like to dress smart in hopes that my body will absorb the intelligence of my outfit. Plus, sweaters are a nice way to feel cozy without having to wear sweats.
I’m feel like I’ve been rolling around in a bucket full of patterns today. Floral, stripes, and the subtle arrows in the tights, I think I’m really going for it for the full 9 yards today. Bright colors make for a bright day! And by bright day, I mean I’m putting off setting up interviews for my imaginary community project and creating source cards (I’m currently in the middle of having violent thought towards the creator(s) of MLA web citations) for the accompanying paper. It’s all good though, seeing as avoidance has led to me getting some Christmas shopping done and buying a new pair of socks.
I think I’m going through a completely unwarranted existential crisis today. You know, the kind that you get when you find out that something that you’d believed to be true for the longest time turns out to be false. Yeah…I found out the most terrible thing today: cows don’t have multiple stomachs! Just one stomach with multiple chambers. This is almost as bad as the time that I find out that eating thawed waffles from the frozen food aisle without putting them in the toaster first wouldn’t give me salmonella like my brother told me they would. On the bright side though, the fact that cows have multiple chambers in their stomach does mean you can feed them gummy worms and nothing bad will happen to them. Yeah, just some childish and rambly thoughts to match how young this outfit makes me feel. 🙂
I really like cows but I have plans to go to Five Guys because they’ll put relish, BBQ sauce, and green peppers on my burger…
I always find myself looking a little stunned in all of my pictures, kind of like a deer caught in headlights. I think it might be my signature, which could prove to be a bit of a problem when I have to take school photos. Just imagine my yearbook photo…yeah, that’s attractive. Unfortunately, the writing stops here for the most part, seeing as I just spent nearly an hour on an essay on what could have possibly been the most cryptic book on human mythology (which included a lot of stories about self cannibalistic bears and eels that turned into coconut trees). Until next time, feel free to enjoy the loveliness of my favorite sweater, black and white outfits, and my nails that were inspired by this wonderful post from Behind The Sequins.