Every week needs its random post and/or rambling list. Most often, these posts fall during days when I don't have anything deep or profound to talk about, like squirrel sweaters.
...which brings us to Deep Thoughts Thursday. Today, I'd like to share a few things with you that have changed my life this week, or, at the very least, made me stop and go , "Hmmmm..." They are sure to change yours, too.
- I still haven't had a Pumpkin Spice Latte. I know, I know, "How is that possible??!!" Well friends, it's simple: I just haven't had the patience and/or time to sit in the Starbucks drive-thru this week. On the flip side, I've probably saved myself about 7,000 calories.
|Hungry yet? Mmmm...|
-My hair stylist moved to Nashville last month so I've now inherited her former apprentice...a young, possibly a tad inexperienced hair do-er. This makes me nervous because I have an appointment today for a cut and some highlights. We
-Now walk with me over to left field for a sec...Mario Batali (the orange Croc-wearing Italian chef from Food Network that kind of looks like he could be a logger or cast member of Ice Road Truckers) has opened himself a grocery store. Behold, Eataly...a new market opening this week in Manhattan's too-cool-for-school Flatiron District. The brand new 42,500 square foot food and wine emporium will be the largest artisanal Italian goods purveyor in the world. Suddenly, I have an intense craving for gnocchi.
-I might need these shoes.
|Courtesy of Maude Boutique- Fayetteville, AR|
-Found out yesterday from my momma that one of my fave bands, NeedToBreathe, is going to be in concert in Nashville on November 18! I think a road trip might just be in order.
-Project Runway comes on tonight and I don't even care. Am I the only one who is just not feeling PR this season? I'm thinking of taking a PR break for a few months. You know, cleanse my palette and start anew next fall. Crazy talk, I know.
You might want to take a few moments to process all of this. I understand, it's heavy stuff : )
Be blessed, lovelies-
Photo credits: Elle.com, Maude Boutique