Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Tell-All Tuesday

*Do you ever get to the point where you feel like your brain is like melted cheese? That's how I feel right now, after tutoring other students on their writing for almost 6 hours straight (before which I had to observe at the high school for 4 hours, before which I went to my own classes and did my own homework). Translation? One giant heap of melting brain matter. So forgive me if this post is somewhat lacking (or just crazy).

*We are out of shampoo and I have had absolutely no time to run to the store. Translation: very greasy hair in spite of my shower this morning. And p.s.-- dry shampoo is not all it's cracked up to be.

*Thankfully, I have awesome friends who go out of their way to lighten my load: the lovely and amazing Petrice (who just got an amazing and lovely haircut) brought us by some healthy and hot white lentil soup and breadbowls. It was the perfect thing to come home to after a VERY long night at the library.

*I am about thisclose to finishing Breaking Night, and I can't wait to do a review on it. This book is incredible, people!

*I have four brand-new magazines that I haven't even touched because of how busy I've been. You know my schedule must be crazy when that happens...

*I'm really excited for the new blog feature I'll be starting tomorrow. I hope you'll all love it as much as I will!

*I ate Arctic Circle today for the first time in years. It brought me back to all my days as a teenager, when my friends and I would make the mile or so walk up to the nearest Arctic Circle and see how many cars of boys would honk at us. Oh, those were the days...

*I'm going to put myself to bed in about twenty minutes, even though it's only just past 9. It's just been one of those days. And tomorrow will be the same thing. And so will Thursday. I'm gonna need the extra hour of sleep.


How was the beginning of your week?

2 comments:

  1. Good ol' Artic Circle Chicken Sandwiches! good times :) Once we were out of shampoo and I used dish soap and it seemed to work alright...

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  2. oh arctic circle. i think about those days often, every time i drive on orchard past it. we'd always go there on the nights the boys went to priesthood too, remember? hoping to see some cute boys haha. those were the good days friends.

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