I go through phases, where the thirty-second time I play a song, it still doesn’t bother me. Actually I’ll really really like it! And it’s weird because these songs can be on total opposite ends of the spectrum, but they are relateable. Today’s song is A Thousand Years by Christina Perri. It’s so cute :). Not sure if relateable, but we’re getting there (;
Anyways, tonight has been really nice. Really relaxing. Really out of the ordinary. I didn’t work, I finished my homework early. I’ve soaked up the warm weather and now I’m just giggling at inside jokes with friends. It’s so nice to relax.
Today I wore floral flats, coral shorts from J Crew, and a navy peterpan collared tank. No jewelry, which I regret, but I didn’t have much time this morning. I slept too late, per usual.
I’m getting my hair fixed tomorrow. I just can’t adjust to it. I need something more, it doesn’t feel finished to me. I’m either getting the bottom dyed the same blond highlights (cuz I’m OCD about matchy matchy, and I cannot wear my hair up without feeling like one of those trashy blonde on top brown on bottom girls -no offense to anyone-) or get it chopped up to a bob. IT’S SO SCARY.
Well, I’ve gone from A Thousand Years to Run This Town by Jay Z, Kanye, and Rihanna. Obviously my mind is all over the place…
Which takes me back to the ever lasting college discussion. My mind has been on Savannah all day, but who knows what I’ll choose after Saturday.
I STILL DON’T KNOW WHAT TO WEAR.
It’s going to be 55, which is practically unimaginable when it’s been 75 here for the last few days!! So, I guess I have to wear jeans…
And it’s not going to rain so I can’t wear my sperry rain boots… *sigh*
They’re pink and green. And beautiful. And preppy, in every way. The way they make my feet get blisters, is the inner preppy bitch in them. But I don’t learn, I make the same mistakes and wear them anyways.
And that’s not cuz I’m a prep.
That’s because I’m a teenager. And I can have a 4.0 in college while balancing high school and college, but I still have to be stupid every once in a while.