Just a random note to say...
I hate migraines and headaches.
That is all...
Sunday, December 30, 2007
Just a random note to say...
Thursday, December 20, 2007
Ok...so I am addicted. I really am...What I mean by that is that I am addicted to pretty much everything that I cannot afford. Is that the golden rule of fashion? If you're not a Trump or a Hilton, most of the time you are just left drooling over that must-have item. Sure, I'm lucky enough to own some Coach, some Marc by Marc Jacobs, and Gucci...but my collection ends there. For now! Like Britney Spears sings, please "gimme more"! Give me more fashion, more designers, and most importantly, more money to splurge on these things!
It was not easy as I have a wishlist a mile long at least, I have narrowed it down to my top ten accessories (in no particular order) at the moment. I really need to friend an heiress or something. My love of handbags ruins my wallet. It truly does.
Sunday, December 16, 2007
Ok...possibly the lamest and most useless post ever...but I don't care!
I got myself a ticket to what I am sure is going to be one of the best reunion tours I will ever see!
Yesssss! I woke up before 10am and kept reloading the page until it came up. I waited in line for 8 minutes on Ticketmaster, but it finally went through. February 25th is going to be so awesome! I only got one ticket, which means that it will be my very first concert where I go with just me, myself, and I. Should prove to be interesting! It's worth finally seeing Baby Spice...she has always been my favorite.
Freakin' Spice Girls, man! I can't believe I finally managed to get a ticket. So far 2008 is going to rock in means of concerts! :)
January- Kelly Clarkson/Reba McEntire in WV (will blog about later)
February- Spice Girls in Toronto aka Spice City! (will blog about later)
That gives me something to look forward to, for sure!
Tuesday, December 4, 2007
First off, the first time I heard about bagged milk, I can say that my imagination went wild. Canada offers milk in cartons as well, but most people purchase the bagged. It lasts a lot longer and you get a lot more. Two litres of milk comes in three small bags. They have what they call milk pitchers, so you just slip the whole bag in the pitcher, and snip one of the ends off to make a spout. It's quite clever, really. You can buy whole, chocolate, 2%, and 1% that way!
It's certainly different from the milk jugs that I am used to in South Carolina! So I present to you a few pictures of what it really looks like. You don't even want to know how I pictured what it was like before I first saw it. :)
Chocolate milk in the outer bag!
What the bags look like!
The bag in the pitcher! Excuse my overstocked fridge!
And a close up shot of the milk in the pitcher!
Hopefully that gives those of you who have yet to see bagged milk an idea of what it is like! :)