Sunday, August 14, 2011

Glass Onion

   I know it's cliche, but I really do love The Beatles.  They really are my first music love.  I have summer memories of driving through the town of Robinson, IL in my old Jeep Wagoneer listening to the "With The Beatles" album.  My favorite Beatle has always been George Harrison.  I think that's why "Revolver" is my favorite record. 

I went with my mom to an antique festival in Abingdon, VA a week ago and found these glasses.  We were browsing a certain stall, and my mom picked these up and told me that when she was a college student, she had gotten a pair of sunglasses just like these from an antique store.  So of course, I had to get them.

 glasses: Antique
Shirt: Thrift
Skirt: altered myself
Shoes: Target

Alright, I'm going to deviate away from The Beatles now.  After all, I'm just another other fan.  So anyway, I have been reading this book, and I'm very interested in it.  I love reading.  I've read many books.  But yesterday, tragedy struck.  The dog ate half of my book.  She destroyed the prologue and the first 4 chapters--my underlined passages and notes in the margin!  The book was about Eastern Orthodox Christianity...I think the dog is going to hell now.  So I'm not too worried about seeking vengeance.

   Well, here I am at the end of another post.  (And just as a side note, I'm wearing the same skirt in the last post...oops.)  I'm still in Virginia.  My car mysteriously broke down a few weeks ago, and after sending it to the mechanics, I've heard nothing about it.  I've given up trying to pin down when I might return to Massachusetts.  To all my friends: I miss you, I miss you, I miss you.  And I can't wait to see you.