Sweater: American Apparel
Tank Top: Target
Jeans: Hollister Co.
I cannot believe, yet again, it's Sunday afternoon. Weekends are going by way too fast as of late and I am just not ready for Monday. sdifsdifsdfnsdf
This is what I wore to brunch this morning with my husband and sister. I had eggs benedict today with goat cheese, avocado salsa, hard poached eggs, and hollandaise sauce. So yummy! I'm now feeling really full and think I may just, finally, have my shower and do another hot oil and deep conditioning treatment following this post. :) I look sort of slobby, I know, but I couldn't bare the thought of washing my hair first thing in the morning as I've been feeling a little congested and think I may have a head cold. :( I'd honestly rather have the flu than have a cold, because at least with the flu you know there's an end in sight and you can just take all of your meds and sleep for 48 hours. With a cold, you're so congested and stuffy you can't even fall asleep to begin with and they can carry on for weeks at a time. Awful!
Yesterday I went and saw The Hunger Games in AVX (a new type of theatre room with reclining leather seats, state-of-the-art surround sound system and a much larger screen) and let me tell you... the movie did not disappoint. I have not read any of the books and went into the movie only having read a little about it on Wikipedia (and obviously watching the trailer 100+ times). My reasoning is this: if I read the books before seeing the movie(s), I'm often disappointed with how the characters are portrayed. The last time this happened was Harry Potter, back when I was something like 10 or 11 years old. I pictured Harry, Ron, and Hermoine a certain way and had difficulty wrapping my head around the movie characters because they looked nothing like the characters in my head. So, come Twilight time, I made sure I saw the first movie and THEN read all of the books. That way, I can create a consistent image of the characters both in my head and while watching the movies. Totally crazy, I know, but it works for me. lol!
I'm not sure how I feel about ripped jeans at this point. I used to really like them, but then hated the thought of them all last year, and am sort of making my way back towards being a fan again. What do you think?