Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Valentine's Day, Ice Cream and Salsa
Well, as you all you know Valentine's Day just happened. Patrick and I participated in our usual 'fancy holiday' festivities, we went to a movie, had dinner, and got dessert. Those are all very stereotypical activities to do on a date but that's usually what we go for. In honor of the big day, I had the great idea of trying out pin curls for the first time late on Saturday night. I had no idea if it would work and would have no time to change my mind in the morning despite the results, but most of the time I think I function best living on a whim. To my great surprise on Sunday... it worked! My hair was big and huge and curly. I owe it all the the lovely Aya and her great tutorials. I think I shall be trying this style out more often!
patrick was behind the camera this time, so that means serious pictures were out of the question
With my hair taking up a larger amount of space than usual, we were off. I feel lucky to live outside of Savannah, it's perfect the perfect place for wandering around and looks so amazing. We drove downtown, parked, and then set off in search of food. We ended up going to a Mexican restaurant and it was delicious. I ate Mexican food ALL the time when I lived in Washington, but its a rarity down here for some dumb reason. Let's just say I ate more than my fair share of the chips and salsa. We then saw that Valentine's Day movie and I've never had a worse movie theater experience in my life! People were yelling, clapping, cheering, yelling at strangers to shut up, the manager was in there nonstop telling people to be quiet and put their feet down. It was a zoo! And we were by far the oldest people in the room. And the move wasn't that good (maybe the atmosphere tainting my perception). We lastly headed home with ice cream in tow, once home I proceeded to eat the whole container. Ahhh holidays....
Also, I think everyone needs to check out my friend Annie's new(ish) blog so you can love her like I do!
shoes- payless years and years ago