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Happy St. Patrick's Day everyone! Even though I'm not even Irish! I am wearing my obligatory green shirt. I remember going to the St. Patrick's Day parade in Boston when I was like 9 or 10 yrs. old. I went with my friend and her father. They were totally Irish, and I showed up at their house before the parade, without any green on. They couldn't believe it and, all they could come up with was like a green ribbon for my hair or something. They felt better after.
I remember one time in college, where like everyone was Irish except me, and it was St. Patrick's Day. I totally spaced on it and didn't wear anything green. I remember wearing a pink dress. A girl in one of my classes came up to me and rather meanly told me I should be wearing green. And I will never forget how mad she was and said the least I could do was try to fit in!
Yesterday was my lucky day. I found out from Dee @ Two of a Kind, Working on a Full House that I had won one of her giveaways! Cool! Thanks Dee. Then when I was leaving the house, the mailman handed me a package. It was from Izea.
With some free green swag! Like this t-shirt (my obligatory green t-shirt I have on) and some necklaces, pins, etc, and some Blu Frog Energy drinks.
Cool, I love free stuff! Thanks Izea! Then when I got home and looked at the other mail, there was a check from my in-laws for my Birthday! Yea!
Also while out "bra" shopping. Which by the way I hate and only do once a year. Literally I go out once a year and buy some bras, that's it. Because I think it is one of the worst things that a women is subjected too. Which, yesterday, actually didn't go so bad I only tried on 3 and found one I liked. Maybe I'll learn someday to just buy the same one I did before that I liked. I should go back and actually buy like 2 or more of this one I did buy.
But anyway one thing I noticed was everyone wearing pajama bottoms! No offense to those of you who wear them, but personally it drives me crazy. I know they're comfortable and am not against wearing them around your house, but come on, would it kill you to change into some regular pants while at the mall or the supermarket!