i am writing to you from vegas. here for a trade show. my flight was delayed so i got into vegas quite late. i'm going to check out barneys tomorrow night after working the trade show. hoping for some sale merchandise. i am getting that shopping spree feeling- i have some big holes in my wardrobe that need filling. black trousers, silk or crinkly linen mini skirt (i may make this), suede ankle booties (i saw some amazing ones on this girl in the airport), a collarless jacket, a short circle skirt (i should just make this) and more tops... not to mention a new handbag... maybe i will do some gambling while i'm here... it couldn't hurt, right?
puppy update: little santos is not so timid anymore. in fact, she is being quite bratty. stealing things, peeing in her crate, biting. she is close to the teething age, so maybe she is trying to work out some pain/frustration.
the more and more i look at myself in the mirror or in photos the more i want a drastic haircut. i want to be done fighting with this long curly hair. it always just ends up looking sloppy, messy and unkept. i just never know what will look good with my face shape. i just wish a stylist would say: i know exactly what haircut would make you look best. but i haven't had that happen before.
i am thinking something like this maybe. since it will be shorter it will be much much much faster to make straight (i have a nice hot ceramic flat iron already)
and then i can also wear it curly (would not be as short as hers, but you get the picture)
i wish my hair was red sometimes. isn't it funny we always want something we do not have. so many people say 'oh i wish i had curly hair like you- mine is just thick and straight.' to that i say 'HAH! no you don't!' and i wish i had thick straight hair. maybe i can slowly start implanting jon's nice asian hair follicles into my scalp. there must be an expert village video for that diy...