I’m having the kind of week where I feel like I don’t have anything to say so there’s been a lack of posts. Instead of telling you what I’m reading, or thinking about reading, or books that I’m thinking about buying, I decided I would rather just write about something else.
- I have a girl-crush on Kit from Books are my Boyfriends. If you haven’t started following BAMB, you definitely need to. She is one the funniest bloggers around. I can count on her to give me a migraine from laughing so hard after almost every post that she writes. If you don’t believe me, read this hilarious review of Moondogsthat Kit wrote.
- I can’t imagine myself living anywhere else but in Southern California but I love fall and winter with a passion. I would love it if it rained nine months out of the year instead of the two-three months of rain we barely get. I don’t have a sinus problem or anything, but there’s nothing better than a winter meal when it’s cold and rainy outside. If I could I would wear a sweater and my Uggs every day.
- I will be a jeans-tshirt-sneakers-girl until the day I die. I love love love fashion so I follow blogs like The Sartorialist and Simply Lovely since I’m on a single mother/college student budget. When it’s too cold to wear jeans and a t-shirt, you would probably find me in a sweater and boots.
- Being insanely interested in everything around me makes it really hard to figure out what my purpose in life is (besides being a mother).
- As a teenager, I dreamt of being the next John Steinbeck. But you know, female and black.
- I had hair down to the middle of my back as a teenager but cut it all off so guys would quit giving me attention. It worked. I’ve been wearing my hair super short (probably just an inch long) for the past decade. I would love to have long hair again but I’m too lazy to let it grow out.
- I don’t know how to drive (yet). I’m 28, live in a place that can probably be called Freeway Country but I still don’t drive. I’m hoping to change that this summer.
So that’s seven things you probably did know about me. Feel free to tell me something about you that I don’t know.