Wednesday, November 2, 2011

BBQ Face.

Whoa, whoa, whoa. This week/end has been wild. Graduation was a blast. Seeing my beauty school sisters made me miss them just that much more and being very fashionably late and having to sneak to the stage to sit amongst my fellow graduates proved to be just the humor and dare I say, attention, I needed. Fright Fest was interesting to say the least. I think we had more fun on the way home playing the old "If you had to choose..." game at 1 in the a-m. Dinner and the after party the next night were definitely commendable as well. BBQ'd steak, butter soaked squash, garlic bread and baked potatoes with the "works" were much needed. Even Wolfie partook in the wonderous dinner.

Who couldn't love a bbq-masked face like this?

When we returned, however, I was plagued with the recurring swing of the clock hands winding down counting  to the day of the Big Test. Although I feel confident in knowing the tasks I'm supposed to demonstrate, that lump of anxiety still agitates my throat. It has lead me to the conclusion that I need to take up knitting. I need a hobby that is calming and fashionably rewarding. With a new look comes great responsibility. So, look forward to some beautiful little knitted things. To my family, I give you one guess what your Christmas presents could be.


  1. Haha my mom and I come up with the weirdest things but it is so much fun! It's so cool to learn things about your loved ones (especially when the answers always change). Haha and then you were just laughing your butt off the whole way home once we put Dane Cook on! Robbie does make some good butter soaked squash! Haha considering that, baked potatoes, pancakes, fruit, and salad are the only thing he knows how to make for me when I'm there hahaha ooh! I've ALWAYS wanted to learn to knit/sew!!! I knew how to knit a looong time ago and it was so fun but somehow I forgot how to do it :( If I had any free time I would totally learn how to do it again! I will snag anything you're willing to give away. I love everything homemade (and so cheap!)!

  2. Haha exactly. I love it! I'm telling you, Dane Cook just gets me. hahah Awe yeah! He's not too shabby for a dad. :) Same here! My grandma taught me how to knit years ago and I forgot almost instantly. I think it's just one of those things you have to do continuously for a good while to remember it. I'm really excited. I've been looking at youtube videos at different stuff I can make. Ah soo fun! Get ready for some amazing homemade gifts! :)))))

  3. Haha he is amazing! That's how I feel with Louis C.K. and Aziz Ansari, so I completely understand. It must be! That's so cool! I cannot wait!!!