I love that it's still okay to dress ridiculously without being judged.
Well, well, well…it’s been a while.
Class, work, and life has been keeping me so busy.
If it looks like I’m not wearing clothes in the above picture…I’m not. Kinda. Recently, one of my friends, Abby, had an ABC Party (Anything But Clothes). The idea is to make an outfit out of non-traditional items. My shorts were made of sticky notes and my shirt was a collage of newspapers.My companion, Jess, decided to opt for the caution tape route. It was a lot of fun, and a good way to de-stress after a long week.
Recently, I got hired in the Bristol/Warren school system- I start working with elementary-aged children this week in their before and after school program. So excited.
Since it’s mid-term time (already?!), I’ve been tied up between papers, exams, and presentations…not to mention mountains of reading.
That doesn’t mean there haven’t been oppourtunities to have fun…
The Sophomore Class just put on a Harvest Fair, with tons of free food (like caramel apples, cotton candy, cider, pies, apple crisp). The nice thing about the event was that the Study Abroad Office and Career Center (among others) had tables at the event to give sophomores more info on finding a job, going abroad, etc. Not to mention- there was pumpkin carving.
A couple of my favorite tour guides.
Delicious topping options for caramel apples...and equally delicious people.
The sophomore class also has a Black Light Dance coming up in November, called The Underground. Naturally, we had to do a test run, just to make sure the black lights worked. Okay, maybe we didn’t need to…but who can resist a little black light fun?
In retrospect...highlighter on the face might not have been the best idea..
The hostess with the mostess (and a flag dress), Abby (and I.)
Home is where ever I’m with you,