Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Things I Love

Hey look... I actually posted this on a day that starts with T! Today there was a shooting on campus, but thankfully nobody besides the perpetrator was injured. I got a text message at about 8:45 this morning from the UT Alert system saying there was an armed subject in the library, so I didn't go to class today and spent the morning watching everything unfold on the news safe in my apartment. It was pretty crazy. Classes will resume tomorrow.

Glitter nail polish- I firmly believe there is nothing that glitter cannot improve. I've been wearing dark purple nail polish with a topcoat of glitter lately, and I love this multi-color glitter polish.
Moxie-It's amazing how you never know what you'll miss until it's gone. I can't find Moxie anywhere in Texas and I've been craving the gross, mouth tingly feeling of Moxie.
Imported Japanese fabric-I'm terrible at picking out coordinating fabric for quilts, so I love when someone else does all the work for me. This fabric bundle includes a few drool worthy Echino fabrics.
Vintage mixing bowls-My kitchen equipment is pretty lacking. I have been draining my pasta with the pan lid for the past nine months because I have yet to buy a strainer and I only have one cheap plastic mixing bowl that I bought for a buck. I really like this mixing bowl set from esty seller BBBDesigns.
Fantastical unicorn necklace- I don't think I even have to explain why I like this. It's sparkly and has unicorns, that's about all I could ask for in anything. I normally keep my jewelry simple and small, but I might have to splurge on this necklace from etsy seller exousia
Hello Kitty sewing machine- I first saw this sewing machine on Happy Zombie's flickr. I cant find anywhere to buy it online, so I'm stuck just being jealous.
Orchids-It's finally starting to cool down in Austin, which is bittersweet for me. I will no longer arrive to all of my classes drenched in sweat from being outside for more than 10 minutes, but most of my plants are heat loving and will not tolerate the cold night temperatures. I'd like to start a collection of inside plants like orchids, succulents, and miniature roses for the winter so I can still have something to tend to.

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