I hope that everyone had a great Thanksgiving and a Happy Black Friday! Enjoy your friends and family and of course your leftovers. Here is a picture of what happens when you eat your turkey too fast (my puppy is still sleeping).
We all have at least one thing to be grateful for this year.
Because I am so busy during the week, I like to spend my Fridays (before work) relaxing and watching all the tv shows that I missed during the week. My new favorite show is Suburgatory! It’s hilarious and it’s only twenty minutes on Hulu. I love mindless tv that I don’t have to really pay attention to fully. So if you have any extra time, check out Suburgatory on Wednesdays at 8:30!
I will admit it, I have a sick nail polish addiction. We’re talking three or four times a week addiction. Between my roommate nBt and I, we have enough nail polish to start a large nail salon. I love painting my nails to fit whatever mood I am in and so I just keep buying more and more colors! I definitely do not stick to winter or summer colors either. I love wearing hot pink polish on my toes in the Winter so that at least I know that the grey weather is a little brighter. I’m also a big fan of sparkles but not a big fan of getting them off so I try to minimize the sparkle usage. My current favorite nail polish brand has to be either Essie or Sally Hansen Complete Manicure. I will absolutely be getting my hands on at least one or two of the Essie Winter 2011 collection colors. Love it! Do any of y’all have a nail polish obsession that would rival mine?
Today, the little kids that I nanny for asked me the scariest question ever. We were talking about college (which fascinates them) and my major (marketing and human development). Then they asked me, “what do you want to be when you grow up?” After sitting for a few seconds and thinking of the best way to answer this, I decided to tell the truth, I have no idea. “Well, then how do you pick a major?” Another good question. I tried to explain to them that while I really have no idea where my life path will lead, I had to pick what was most desirable for me at the time. I think that every college student (except for a select few) struggles with the many identity crises that occur in college along the lines of did I pick the right major? what am I going to do with my life? and am I going to be homeless or will I be able to find a job? I know I ask myself this as well. However, at this point in my life I really feel like I am waiting for the pieces of the puzzle to fit together and just trying to live day by day. I kind of hope that some amazing, miraculous job will fall onto my lap but I’m really not sure how realistic that dream is :). Until later, I guess the answer to the ever dreaded question is happy and healthy. Do any of you college kids (past or present) feel the same way?