Sunday, January 29, 2012

Check that.

So, it's been a while.  Whatever to that.  I'm just a busy girl and I don't have loads of extra time to blog about all the luxury things I do everyday (haha).

Whenever I talk to people they always ask me what's new in my life.  I'm always like 'oh, nothing, just the usual'.  I love my job and that keeps me busy most of the time which is great.  But for those of you (Chrissi) who really want to know what I'm up to and what I'm loving, here you go:

-Jason Mraz "I Won't Give Up"
He is just so x-exy.  Love him.

-The game 'Temple Run' on my phone. I'm addicted.  It's a problem.  High score:

-I got this and my skin is already so much better.  Eventually I'll get the Clarisonic one, but for right now this is working out great.

-I told Shacklyn we were going to go on a road trip the next time I have some time off.  I'm thinking of driving to San Francisco and then making our way down the coast to Whittier AND Ladera.

-We also need to plan a mini trip down to LA to attend a Lakers game.  My cousin Peter is now practically the GM of the Lake Show and graciously invited us to attend a game.  I was going to try to go when KK will be there, but he's already come and gone.  So, now we're going to try for a weekend when one of Jac's NBA boyfriends will be there.

-I'm currently reading 'The Notebook'.  Hot mess, I know.  But Cornmeal checked it out from the library and I just started reading it.  It's good, as long as you always picture Ryan Gosling while you're reading it.

-I'm also reading this.  I started it at the first of the year and I'm trying to be consistant.  It helps to have a little inspiration everyday.

-I'm can't wait for the iPhone 5 to come out 'cause my phone is really kind of jacked up, but I'm determined to keep it until the 5 is out.

-Cornmeal downloaded a bunch of hipster music onto my computer.  I'm mortified that I think some of it is actually good.  I'm also listening to the 'Breaking Dawn' soundtrack.  How embarassing.

-Is anyone else watching 'Downton Abbey' on PBS?  It's so well produced and makes me wish I lived back in the early 1900's.

Ok.  That's all I can think of right now.  As Scott Disick would say 'Hasta Luego'.