current favorite product(s)
Nothing says "I love you" better than bloody Gums so Teddy got me a water flosser for Valentine's day. I love it. It hurts so good. Oral hygiene cannot get any better than this
current playlistThe soundtrack for HBO's Girls. is the perfect soundtrack writing school papers, which have been abundant lately
current excitementSpring break is in less than 15 days! All inclusive Caribbean beach resort, here I come
I am starting to wear the clothes from the back of my closet so that when the time for Spring cleaning comes I don't feel compelled to donate them. Hey! I wore this one at least once last year!
Today: Chinese silk shirt
tomorrow: Japanese Kimono...
current banes of my existence
We are already in March and I still feel like this cat.
current favorite quote or verse
current triumphsI have been working towards my goal of learning to write with the left hand.
I am making amazing progress
Recently noticed that I have been drinking expired coffee for the last five months and I am not dead.. (yet)
current indulgencesome genius decided to put a crepe truck on my way to class on the day that I go to class at the time that I go to class...Sounds like the destiny wants me to bring a Nutella banana strawberry crepe to my life
current favorite appI have been snap-chatting A LOT lately... and I only have like 5 contacts... I predict that they will get tired of seeing 5 pics of Kato per day very soon
current wish list item(s)I developed a weird fascination with the fancy tea served in the Wynn
I want to buy all the tea from the website but I cannot bring myself to morally justify the inflated price tag.
Great psychological Dutch novel with a lot of twists and dark surprises. The protagonist and narrator is a really complex person and getting into his mind and unveiling his secrets is quite the experience. The setting is simple: A couple meets for dinner to discuss recent happenings affecting their sons.
- Beautiful Ruins Walter, Jess
An Actress filming a movie in Italy crosses paths with an Italian in-keeper, the book mixes present times and flash backs to reveal the story.
Although some of the characters seemed to be caricatures, it all works for the book. Now I am adding cinque terre to my travel list.