Saturday, April 9, 2011

suspicious bone

Mary-Claire found a weird bone in my old radio flyer wagon. We don't know what it is. I told Mary-Claire I would pay her fifty cents to touch it. She didn't though. Her loss.

jennifer boisjolie

My friend Jennifer Boisjolie came to Chicago this weekend. I love this girl and I always have so much fun when she visits. I've known her since 4th grade, which means we have known each other long enough to be blatently honest with each other. Those are my favorite friendships. She never lets it slide when I'm fake listening-which I do a lot. This is her in the fancy hotel in the fancy bed she got in the south loop. I wish my bed was like that. I somehow got lost inside the hotel trying to find her room and ended up on some floor with a bunch of ballrooms. So not only do I get lost in the streets of Chicago, but I get lost inside buildings too. It was so fancy I felt like I shouldn't be aloud in there unless I had on elbow length gloves. I tried to take a picture so I could show you how fancy it was, but some guy in a uniform said, "no way lady!" That was a little weird. Anway, this is Jen. Jen, this is whoever is reading my blog.

"If I had your hair, I would grow it really long down to my waist, and then never wear a shirt." -Jennifer Boisjolie

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

I hate coconut water-I HATE IT!

I have been following this specific meal plan this week that is pretty strict and supposed to help me be healthier. Part of that includes drinking one glass of coconut water each day. I have come to dread that part of the day every day. I am sitting her now with my glass, its still full and I filled it up almost two hours ago. It's really easy to find other things to do when you are avoiding drinking your coconut water. I guess it has made me more productive though-give me the choice of drinking this coconut crap or doing a project-I'll pick the project every time.

upside down

So it's been a few months since the fire and the painters are finally coming to paint my aparment tonight. I had to take down all the things on the walls so that they could get to painting. This meant the photobooth wall had to come down, so for a few days they will be face down on the table. This is what that looks case you were wondering.


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