My Aunt Eva and Uncle Sandy have always been so amazing to me. I normally receive a gift from them in December for my birthday and Hanukah - this year was no different. I don't know how I have such amazing and giving people in my life, but I do and I'm so grateful.
This year I got a beautiful purse from Marc by Marc Jacobs. I'm always so afraid to use nice bags just incase something happens and I get it dirty or some how ruin it. But, I think I'm just going to have to get over it because I love all the bags my Aunt and Uncle send me.
I love everything about this bag, but I have to say one of my favorite parts of it is the inside lining. I love how on the outside it looks pretty conservative, but you open it up and POW colorful chevron lining.
Hopefully sometime soon my family and I will get up to New York to seem them and their kids, OH and their grandchild who is so freakin' adorable it is crazy.
Now a bit of a vent. I hate two things today: hang nails and drivers from other counties.
So, I'm not 100% sure if what I'm hating is a hang nail or not. But, you know when the cuticle on the side of your nail hurts and so you go to see if you can get a hang nail out and you can never seem to get it so your finger just hurts? Yeah, well I have one of those and I HATE it. The "fake hang nail" is on my middle finger, and personally I'd like to give the "fake hang nail" the middle finger.
Second hate I'm 100% sure about: drivers from other counties. Today I was in a drive thru getting a quick sandwich after physical therapy and before my doctor's appointment and a drive from another county took 7 minutes to order $14 worth of food. If you've ever ordered a large amount of fast food you know that $14 really isn't all that much, but for some reason it took forever. I then some how found myself behind the same driver out on the road. She drove 30 mph in a 45 mph speed limit area. GAH I just...get frustrated sometimes, but I'm sure I'm not the only one who hates drivers from other counties.
Last thing I want to talk about today is my addiction: Intervention. This TV show is so addicting, in fact I am watching an episode of it while writing this post. I think one of the reasons I enjoy this show so much is the fact that I'm a psychology major. But, I'm also just weird in general..so yeah! I can't even help but be enthralled in these people's lives. Sometimes I just want to reach out and smack them because they can be SO dumb. And when I say dumb I don't mean "doesn't know how to spell larger words" type of dumb, I mean like "how are you still alive dumb". One example is one guy passed out on train tracks after a drug binge and was hit by a train. He lost his leg because of it, but still didn't think he hit rock bottom. HOW IS THAT NOT ROCK BOTTOM? I just, I can't even.
My favorite episode of Intervention so far was that of Allison. She huffed computer cleaner compressed air. Oh, she also was anorexic and a self mutilator. Yeah and that's just the beginning. She has a sugar daddy..and by sugar daddy I mean a married man who has two kids and has sex with her in exchange for an apartment and money. She also has two cats. I'm not going to ruin the end of the episode for you, but just so you have even more of a reason to watch it: the police were called so the family could take away her cats..and her reaction was CRAZY.
If that little explanation hasn't made you want to watch my addiction then that's fine, but I'm still going to watch every episode ever and enjoy it to the fullest.
Do you have a semi-crazy TV addiction? I know one of my guy friends used to love "Secret Life of the American Teenager" - which was hilarious to see him be serious about wanting to watch it.
I hope you all are doing well!