Adventuring for craft supplies!
Anticipating: the arrival of letters from my pen pals. I sent two dozen postcards out a couple weeks back, and I have gotten a couple letters back since then, but every day, I check the mailbox, hoping that another letter has arrived. I seriously love snail mail.
Listening to: Swear and Shake. I'm in love with their album, Maple Ridge. 3/4 of the band hails from Long Island, and they will be performing out east at The Stephen Talkhouse on Wednesday. I haven't been to a show in awhile, and last time I attended one, I was behind the merch table. Now the only responsibility I will have is to enjoy myself!
Loving: wearing dresses. I don't wear them as often as I'd like, but when I do, I feel much more confident. Once I get my finances in order, I'd love to snag a few more dresses to power me through autumn.
Planning: my thirtieth birthday. Its a few months away, but I am the type of person who likes to plan in advance, or at least start the planning. I don't know if I want to have one gigantic bash, or split things up over the course of the weekend. All I know is that I want to spend time with everyone I love and have a great time. Plus, I want an excuse to dress up. If you have any suggestions, please pass them along. I don't have a clue what to do!
Reading: tutorials on how to make bracelets. Exciting, I know. I want to start reading Ira Levin's classic, Rosemary's Baby. Danielle over at Sometimes Sweet had mentioned that it was a great read awhile back, and I loved The Stepford Wives, so I am sure I will enjoy this as well.
Watching: anything but the Olympics. The Olympics are cool and all, but I'd much rather watch old-school Disney movies on TV while I blog, or a choice flick from Redbox or Netflix. Oh, I've also been watching bracelet tutorials as well.
Wishing: I weren't allergic to mosquitos! Summer means fun in the sun, but it also means disgusting welts all over my body, thanks to an influx of mosquitoes.
Working on: blogging. Since I started my job (which requires me to stare at a computer for hours on end), I haven't wanted to come home to stare at a computer screen. I really need to get my butt in gear and write something every day.