ooh, good morning, as I type this I am snacking on pop tarts and drinking a now cold cup of coffee, but alas...too lazy to go and warm it up.
thanks everyone for reading my letter yesterday...and honestly, if someone finds Paris Hilton address for me and puts in in my comments, I will send that letter to her.
ok in other news...On Tuesday my bubs and I went to the Columbus Museum of Art, on a day date...it was nice, though the featured exhibit was really not my thing (Op Art of the 1960's) it was still a nice excursion.
My darling bubs had never been to an art museum before, he kept asking if there would be a "flume ride" as he loves those, and I just kept saying "yes baby I think it's in the next room"
I was going to take a ton of pictures, but with no flash and how dark they keep the rooms...they would all have just tuned out yucky...so I lieu of that, I decided instead to just take photos in the sculpture garden....
The first photo (at the top of the post) is of course a little SP of me and the bubs, a little kissy face ...we never have anyone to take photos of us, so all of our pictures are me taking them
Oh No....This Giant Bunny Is Coming For Us...Run...RUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I assure you that though it looks like my bubs is going to fight the Pope, he tells me that was not what was happening, they were in fact playing "Rock, Paper, Scissors"...I think it was my bad photo angle that makes it look all the more menacing. I was inspired by the Op art Exhibit to change up the angle.
this one should be called...."Jenn Rips Off Monet", as some of you may know I have a "thing" for fountains, I love them, and it really takes ALL my willpower to not get in them. In fact there was a time when I had to be "removed" from the Fountain at Rockefeller Center. I am like a small child when I see them, all of a sudden I almost black out, and then....I'm in the fountain. The look of the water in this fountain is what kept me away.
also if you ever go into the fountain at Rockefeller Center, be warned...it is deeper than you think it is.
This photo is what I bought in the gift shop....this was of course after walking around with a fashion book for $70, a costume history book for $200, and another fashion book for $50...then I looked in my wallet and (huge melodramatic sigh) decided instead to get this little darling of a ring, for a mere $4 plus tax...sure it was in the kids section, but come on, it is too cool.
I feel like J.Lo or that poor wife of Kobe Bryant walking around with this ridiculous bling on my hand.
so, as a lot of you know, there has been a lot of blog tagging going around as of late, kind of like a case of mono in group of slutty friends...I love it, but alas I know it puts a lot of pressure on people, so I will not tag back.
this is a little tag called "4 things" which Karen Beth posted in her blog, very unofficially tagging people, but then later officially tagged me when I said it was cool.
So, here it is, feel free to play along as you wish, or not.
4 Jobs I’ve held
1- magician's assistant
2- coffee barista
3- assistant gallery director
4- scenic artist
4 Movies I can watch over & over:
1- Bad News Bears (original)
2- Lord of the Rings Trilogy
3- Spiderman 2
4- Picnic at Hanging Rock
4 Places I’ve lived:
1- Bedford, New Hampshire
2- Goffstown, New Hampshire
3- Columbus Ohio
4- Spring Hill Florida (for like a month)
4 Categories of television programming I enjoy:
1- um.....Reality Crime shows, like America's Most Wanted, or Dateline, or Cops (this is really sad, I know
2- Heroes (not really a category, but it shoudl be)
3- Fashiony or Model related reality TV
4- Bad Teenage melodrama Soap Operas, 90210, Degrassi Junior High Old School, vintage Dawson's Creek...
4 Places I have been on holiday:
3- Niagara Falls
4 of my favorite dishes:
1- cheesy noodles (my bubs makes them)
2- Bean and cheese burrito
3- pad thai
4 Websites I visit daily:
3- all the peeps in my blog gang
4 Places I’d rather be right now:
1- in bed
4- anywhere with my bubs
that's all for now loves.