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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

12 of 12: Only Your Shadow

I woke up pretty late on January 12th. While I usually try to be up by 10am if I don't have work/school, I got up today after noon. Oops! I guess that's what happens when I'm up until 4am chatting online!

So I woke up and Christie wanted to get breakfast lunch. Before we left, I snapped a pic of this nasty creature 'cause I thought y'all might like to see him.

Christie y yo went next door to City Market for lunch. I got a sandwich called The Mo, feat. chicken, bacon, and cheese.

I got back to the apartment and did nothing for a while. Ross got home from work and came up to my loft. He played guitar.

I spent a few hours in my loft in this position.

I listened to music, cried, looked at some websites, then repeated the process over and over.

While I listened to a lot of different music, I did spent a great deal of time listening to British songstress Adele. Her song "Rolling In The Deep" is my most played song of all-time even though it just came out two months ago. I'm obsessed! She's amazing live, so I spent some time today watching her recent live performances. Here's a poster hanging in my loft that Josh stole for me.

At one point, I took a break to read. There are a lot of classics that I haven't read yet and I'm reading one of them now.

Can anyone impress me and identify this book?! The main character's name is in the passage, so it shouldn't be that hard.

I was going to head to Princeton around 6 to get some school books, but when Ross and I went outside to leave, we found my car covered in snow. Ross helped clear it off.

But we decided it wasn't a good time to drive so we ended up not going anyway. I played Anna Nalick's "Wreck of the Day" on guitar instead.

Christie got home from work and brought some groceries home, so we made dinner of some fake chicken stuff, peas, rice, peppers, and some kind of sauce or something.

And the rest of the night was just spent relaxing. Ross and Christie lit some candles in their room which looked pretty cool.

Here are Ross' legs.

And look! The candlelight created cool sHaDoW eFfEcTz on the wall!

So basically, I did nothing all day! Yay!

School starts next Monday and these days will be gone...


goblinbox said...

The Scarlet Letter.

Chris D. said...

I'm glad to hear that you had a nice relaxing day. That iron on the ledge of your loft looks a little dangerous. If it gets knocked off it could cause unimaginable destruction.

I slept late today. :( I snow blew my driveway, had dinner with my sister and nephew, and went to work late. Going home now, and going to bed early, after a few small preps for a Pride Center board meeting tomorrow.

Mel said...

Precious kitteh!

I hated The Scarlet Letter in high school. Maybe I'd feel differently about it now, but I usually prefer my prose to be a bit more spare.

rossheutmaker said...


By the way, the word verification I just had to type in to leave this comment was "cungsti." I thought that was pretty funny.

Michelle M. said...

Sounds like a nice day - food, reading, relaxing, music, crying...

Tam said...

What a lazy day. Lazy days are good.

Justin said...

Lazy days are great. I'm not sure the "crying" part is good -- depends on the kind of crying. Sometimes crying because of music is good :)

Ross is still cute. You're still handsomer though :)

that's J-O-S-H said...

I put that iron there. IT'S FINE.

Polt said...

Starting your day at noon, rocks! Starting it with a cat photo, eh, not so much. :)


Delisa said...

I miss you guys! Let's hang out more (preferably weekends since I have class everyday).

hoteltuesday said...

goblinbox: GOOD JOB.

Chris D.: Slept late? I thought you always sleep late? lol

Mel: It's not one of my favorites, but I figured I should read it since I'm getting my degree in English soon.

Ross: I love word verifications!

Michelle M.: You just described my whole winter break!

Tam: So is the song "Lazy Days" by Leona Naess! The best!

Justin: No, crying because of life. And what do you mean he's STILL cute!? You thought he'd get ugly in one year?!

Josh: I forgot you put the iron there! Maybe I'll get lucky and it'll fall on Solomon.

Polt: Ugh, I know. Beast.

Delisa: Don't you see enough of me?! This semester we should def take turns sleeping in Lambertville tho.

Anonymous said...

I know It's Scarlett Letter, being I love that book. When you finish it we can talk about it. No, I have never seen the movie.

Miss You!!

Talita/ TJ

asullens said...

Did u flash someone to get those Mardi Gras beads?

Anonymous said...

The scarlet letter and so funny i have the free download on my nook. and the last pic is of nothing. You should put a video on it, hint hint..