A quick update from last post: my walking buddy Annie May was adopted last weekend!!!
Oh, lord, the tears of joy (and a little bit of selfish sadness, I admit) that sprung forth from my fountains of tearbending eyes!!! She had been at the shelter for almost a whole year, and I am so elated that she's found her forever home! <3
Back to our regularly scheduled program:
A few weeks ago I wrote about my first road race and ventures into the fast shuffling running world. As a result of the race, and running in general, I’ve lost some weight and have gone down a couple sizes. I was digging around in my closet on Monday because nothing I usually wear is clean and I found this RED skirt with polka dots that I had gotten at a thrift store for $3 nearly eleven years ago! For shits and giggles, I had to see if it fit...
AND IT DID.
(BTW, new word: Joon Intrusion = JOONTRUSION.)
I got many compliments at work, but I mostly think it’s because I didn’t look like I rolled out of a warzone as usual it wasn’t ALL BLACK as per usual. My funeral director attire tendency to wear all black is still fairly strong (considering everything else but the skirt is black) but maybe if I dig further into my endless closet, I’ll find some other random pieces I can wiggle into my wardrobe.
HIGH SCHOOL KATIE KNEW WHAT SHE WAS DOIN’ APPARENTLY.
The ring is from Apple 8, who I’ve written about extensively before. I LOVE THEM.
Also, I’d like to also point out that my hair is stupid long and the summer was hell to get through with basically a long haired animal attached to my scalp/neck, and if I ever say to any of you “Oh, I think it’d be a great idea to get BANGS before the summer begins” JUST SLUG ME IN THE FACE AND TELL ME NO because not only does my hair take four trillion years to grow even an inch, having bangs in the summertime is equivalent to dousing your face in a bowl of molten lava. All day long.
Anyway, my hair’s long and I don’t know what to do with it anymore. Suggestions?
Looking back at previous CoaSMKG entries of my blog and the unfortunate driver’s license photo of myself three years ago, I’m happy that I’m more active and healthier than I’ve ever felt before, and I think it shows! It’s a lifelong journey, and I’m glad it’s already begun.