That's close to my initial reaction when I found out that my camera broke. And that I haven't updated my blog in what seems forever (note: three days). But can we get back to the camera breaking? My livelihood, murdered cruelly in an accidental fall?? Oh why, camera, why? We've been through so many good times together.
Yes, that's me about four years ago. In a bathroom. With a camera. BUT IT'S NOT A MYSPACE SHOT, I SWEAR.
Also, I'd like to thank you all so much for your awesome comments, truly I smile every time I get one. :) (see? Emoticon smiley) However, my weekend shall be bogged down by work work stress and more work, so I'm warning that blogging may be scarce. Or at least there'll be little words. Which will probably be a relief for everyone.
Anyway, I'm going to present each post-What's Lovely with a clip/song arbitrarily attached.
What's Lovely for Wednesday April 7, 2010: Running into someone you haven't seen since high school, and they say "wow, you look really different from high school." I'm going to consider that a compliment, one of the very few bright spots of that awful day.
This. Is. My. Life. Story.
What's Lovely for Thursday April 8, 2010: Laughing at a joke that may not be that funny until your sides are sore-- even though you're mostly giggling because you're just that tired.
Kristin Chenoweth, you are a wooshing tornado of a delightful personality and diva-tastically wonderful voice all wrapped up in a tiny thing. LIKE WOAH.
What's Lovely for today April 9, 2010: Having class outside on the sunny grass. Seriously, I don't think that this happened since high school!
I've just been in a Vampire Weekend mood today, not to sound hipster-pretentious. But with this sun and well-- being on campus-- this song was just perfect for today. I did in fact, wear a keffiyah-style scarf and sleep on the balcony after class. Next thing you know I'm going to give a fuck about oxford comma.
Second Olive Snook post coming up soon, I really really hope! Happy (vampire, hawhaw) weekend, everybody! Have fun for me while I hole myself up in a basement somewhere.