I almost forgot I had this monthly thing I “swore” to do! I haven’t been in the mood for anything these days, especially after that four-day weekend I just had. You see, I took last Friday off from work so I could dedicate an entire day to getting ready for… the Miley Cyrus concert. I was probably the oldest female in our section, not counting the mothers and their adorable baby childs (now normally, I dislike children but any Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus fan is a friend of mine).
Anyway, I pretty much spent Saturday to Monday in bed (the weather was fantastically cooperative, too!), with my iphone 3gs (minus the “s”, in reality), e-books, and movies and I had to drag my feet to work come Tuesday. I’m feeling a little peppier today and figured I might as well update this thing with stuff I’m into right meow.
But first, here’s a photo of a june bug I snagged off Google Images, just to keep the blog post title relevant.
An old(ish) favorite that I’ve been listening to a lot lately. It just makes me feel so… positive!
Miley Cyrus. I have barely listened to anyone else this month. Even my own mother is into her (she asked me to put Miley songs in her iPod ♥).
I started City of Fallen Angels, the fourth installment in Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal Instruments last Monday. I feel only a teensy bit of shame when I say that I am actually enjoying the series. Seeing that the fifth book won’t be out in a while, I took a break from reading CoFA (don’t want to temporarily say good-bye to Jace and Simon yet!) and picked up… Lauren Conrad’s LA Candy.
It eventually gets more bearable after the first hundred pages. I still love Lauren Conrad no matter what, of course.
Does Jace Wayland count?! I quite like that snobby, snarky thing he has going on. Jamie Campbell Bower has been cast to play him in the upcoming movie and suddenly, said actor has been all sorts of hot in my eyes!
This gray bowler hat that I’ve been wearing practically everywhere.
(I got my 50mm back a couple of weekends ago and I hope to stop ignoring my camera from now on.)
Hurray for the work week being almost over!