Thursday, November 12, 2009
ARGH!!! How could I have forgotten my FAVORITE TIME OF THE ENTIRE YEAR?!?!
Ok...it's ok...we're only 12 days into the month. We can still do this. And by "we" I mean all the bros out there.
Because you know what time it is? It's MOVEMBER TIME!!!
Movember rules so hardcore. Last year in Shanghai I went to a Movember celebration with a bunch of Aussies, the creators of the annual month-long celebration of the 'stache.
...oh and it benefits some men's health issues blah blah.
Over the years, the mustache has gotten a lot of criticism. But you know what I have to say to all those 'stache trashers out there? Ya'll are just bitter 'cause you can't grow one. Ya, I said it.
I strongly encourage everyone to participate! After all, it's for a good cause and it's also mighty, mighty fine. On top of all that, I'd like to take a moment to announce that I am an official member of the American Mustache Institute which works at "promoting the rights of, and fighting discrimination against, mustached Americans by promoting the growth, care, and culture of the mustache."
shows us that a retro mustache can be both authoritative and adorable. Yum!
mustaches are the perfect accessory to any outfit. They also
help in detracting from receding hairlines.
Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Draper is dreamy, but Sterling is sassy. I like that in a man. Plus, he's totally rockin' the Bill Clinton salt n' pepper hair. With, well, slightly more salt than pepper. But still, I dig.
Pretty decent collection of Sterling's one-liners but I can't believe they left out one of my favorites from this season: "...and now you're sniffing around because I have a golden pork chop dangling from my neck." I'm a vegetarian...but a dangling golden pork chop? Don't think even I could resist that.
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Frank, you're the bomb! TICK TICK.
Five items in my freezer:
1. meatless meatballs
2. French toast
3. one 100-calorie pack thing of guacamole
4. cheese enchiladas
5. black bean burrito (clearly I was craving Mexican food on my last TJ's run)
Five items in the closet: well I officially don't have a closet since all of my stuff was packed into boxes and shoved into my old room...but I'll just go with what I have placed randomly around the main house which has become my "closet"
1. turbie towel (best invention ever)
2. two psychology textbooks
3. a storage container filled with all my purses
4. 3 reusable grocery bags
5. a selection of yoga pants and old college t-shirts
Five items in the car:
1. one green flip flop
2. a miniature bottle of Abercrombie&Fitch perfume from 10th grade
3. six library books from University of the Pacific, all on Chinese cinema (crap! They're overdue, too. Argh.)
4. several unlabeled mix CDs on the back seat
5. emergency supply of hair ties
Five items in my purse:
1. two pairs of sunglasses (aka one pair too many)
2. movie ticket stub for The Hangover on Friday July 3rd at 4:10
3. Trader Joe's Food Pilgrimager newsletter
4. a box of heartworm medication
Monday, November 9, 2009
I found this awesome site called box vox...their whole shtick is "packaging as content" aka awesome boxes, wrappers, and cans.
I love when a company spends time on their packaging to make it creative, clever, or gorgeous. I like "gorgeous" packaging for bath & body products because they're often out on display, but overall I'm more of a "clever" packaging fan. Clearly, I need these candies ASAP:
Sunday, November 8, 2009
Yesterday was AMAZING!!! My cousin looked absolutely gorgeous, the wedding was beautiful, and the reception was so much fun. A little too much fun, in fact. Needless to say, I spent the last few hours on the bathroom floor rather than on the dance floor.
I can't wait to see the professional photos...here are a couple of my favorite shots of the bride from my crappy little camera: