We had an 80s inspired dance at my school last night. I worked on my costume for probably 4 hours (of course I decided that I had to make it). It took longer than I expected. Got done, got in the car . . . and drove for an hour and a half. . . turns out that though Phoenix is laid out in a grid system, the city of Tempe had to decide not to play by those same rules. I never made it. I WAS SO MAD!
When I got home, I took a picture of my costume so that I could at least prove that I had put a really big effort into trying to go(they turned out really crappy by the way). That's when I realized that had I arrived at said event, I would have been wearing two different shoes.
This morning it decided to rain. Phoenix, you are not suppose to rain. I am suppose to be able to leave my bags of mortar outside and not have them turn into cement.
When I went to go try to salvage the wet bag of cement (60 lb bag), it decided to break, and spill all over my wet patio and mix itself up.I tried to them shovel all the cement off of the flag stone and put it into a wheel barrel. I have no where to dump a mess like that, so it is just sitting in my yard filling up with rain. I put a ton of water in it. . . in hopes that maybe it won't dry solid and I'll be able to salvage the barrel. . .
I guess if this is as bad as my life gets, that I'm actually quite blessed. . . But it has not been a fun two days, and I hope this cycle of unfortunate events ends now.
"I think people who are attracted to the fashion industry are people who are really insecure and looking for a certain identity. I think that's initially how people are attracted to it." - Tom Ford
Me too, Tom.
However, I also think you sound like a snob right there. Just because you are now in film doesn't mean you need to overgeneralize people who like pretty things. Everyone is insecure and looks to their particular industry for security.
Today during my hour long trip to work, that typically takes 25 minutes tops, I managed to hit a bird with my car. On the way home from work I managed to hit a construction sign with the side of my car (no damage)
I decided that, considering my track record for the day, that I would have Kyle drive us to and from small group. Good thing too. . . because driving home, a bunny ran under our car. I'm pretty sure it was safe in the end.
We've found that we are not very good at calling everyone and giving you updates on our lives. We do want you all to be up to date on the very exciting things that are happening in Arizona and in our lives - with that we dedicate this blog to you. ta dah.