January 9, 2012

The Weekend, Backward

[Green onions]
Ended the weekend at Mama + Dad's house. My mom tried to charge me for the free meal, dessert, and internet services I used tonight, but I gave her the death look (which I learned from her).

[Bennet Mid-Flight]
Took some photos, for the class I started watching on Friday. The class is very good, the process of learning is discouraging.

H.D. Buttercup makes me feel very poor and very jealous - not really a good combo. But it's a great place to go to interior design ideas. The sale is still going on, and it seems pretty legit. Even the outlet is included in the sale! Photos to come tomorrow, with the "At Home" post. I know, I'm a tease.

[Lea Seydoux]
Saturday night, we watched Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol AND the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. MI4 was pretty good as far as action movies go, but disappointingly, the plot was not as intricate as MI1. The assassin is SO hot, and I thought she might be a model. Wikipedia tells me I'm right, Lea Seydoux is a model/actress. Actually on Friday, Monica tried to entice BDF to watch the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo instead of Mission: Impossible by telling me to tell him that there's a lot of nudity. Although I didn't have a chance to tell him that, we ended watching both movies bc we acted like high schoolers and movie hopped. Don't tell. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo was EXTREMELY (too much) graphic, but the story was great! I didn't know it was going to be a mystery.

In the daytime, I tried to check out to the Salvation Army, but it was closed! I read online that they have a good selection of furniture. Next time! After reading about all the goodies found by Sherry and John of Young House Love at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore, I finally made it out to the one nearest to me. Lots of windows, cabinets, home-building supplies, and furniture. I didn't find anything worth salvaging, but that's bc BDF was cramping my style and saying no to all the cool pieces I paused over. Just kidding, but I can't wait to find my first piece of vintage furniture to make-over.

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