The bad news and good news, thanks to being an over achiever.


If you haven’t noticed I make a lot of lists.  This is a pros/cons list except with the latest news in my life:

Bad news:

I am sick, my family is the least sympathetic towards my condition possible and I don’t have time for this..  I called into work, which I never do.

Good news:

I was accepted into the Disney College Program on the 18th.  It was for May-Jan too!!

Bad news:

I will not be a Fairy Godmother in training any time soon.

Good news:

It’s not for food service, custodial, or attractions.  It’s merchandising!

Bad news:

I owe them 300 dollars by the 28th, to prove I’m committing.  That’s one expensive Coach bag.

Good news:

My plans to go to NYC for the Coach internship interview are finalized.  I booked the flight and the apartment.

Bad news:

That trip isn’t until March 6th so I will have had to accept or decline by then, Disney only gives you 10 days.

Good news:

Jack Wills follows me on twitter and I am determined to take that as a good sign, meaning I made top 150 applicants.

Bad news:

That could be a delusional assumption.

Good news:

With all of this sick time, I have conquered the first two season of Sex and The City.

Bad news:

SATC isn’t on netflix.  So I’ve been buying the seasons via itunes.

Good news:

I kick ass in all of my online classes.

Bad news:

Bowling starts monday AT NINE THIRTY AM.

 

So that’s a summary of the latest.  Sorry if its not very fashion related, I have been living in yoga pants and the Coach uniform, so I’m not exactly inspired.  I believe I’m partially sick from stress and not knowing which decision to make.  I’m guaranteed ulcers when I’m older, or at least a heart attack I’m sure.  Which would you pick?  Take a risk on Coach?  Come out penniless from Disney?  Wait for Jack Wills?  I don’t really have an inkling of what I’m going to do.  I want to put my 300 dollars down on Disney, but I hate the idea of losing 30 hours worth of work to nothing if I choose otherwise.

Allison

I dress like I’m 6, I am 17, but I act like I’m 18.


As I got dressed this morning I couldn’t help but think about that. I was wearing a green polo under a floral dress with tights and a headband, I looked like a wicked stylish 6 year old, but I love it :). I am 17 years old, sadly. I wish I were 18 most of the time  because I want to have an internship in NYC, but I can’t live alone as a minor, I wanted to go to London College of Fashion, but you have to be 18 to study abroad with them, and if I were 18 I just feel like I would have more power. I’m happy I’ll be 18 in September because I can vote, but otherwise it’s kinda too late.

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I’m working again in 20 minutes so this blog is going to be kind of short and sweet. I realized I never shared with you guys my possible summer plans though and since I’m talking about wishing I was 18 I think it is appropriate I share.

YOURS TRULY MAY BE HOSTING AT FASHION CAMP FOR LITTLE GIRLS AGE 9-13. And I am thrilled. I can corrupt young children’s fashion sense at a young age, teach them the do’s and don’ts to this amazing topic. I am so excited you don’t even know.My professor approached me to find out if I would be interested and now the committees and dean are going through finalizing everything because I’m 17.. it’s tricky and controversial, but I’m crossing my fingers. Just the thought of being approached is mind blowing. Not every 17 year old can say that! And I make minimum wage at Kmart.. I will be making 15-20 dollars AN HOUR at this camp. It will only be two sessions at most and anwhere from 15-30 hours, but when you are 17? That’s practically real money.

Allison