Teaching fourth grade with style.

 

Make a decision for me please

Do I want bangs again? They grow out fast so I could feasibly have them one more time before summer.

Nothing like getting an e-mail at the end of the day reporting vandalism in the bathrooms and asking if any of your students smelled of human feces this afternoon.

Delightful.

I’m at home, so a mirror shot will have to do today.

Dress (as top) and vest are F21 and skirt is H&M.

I’m at home, so a mirror shot will have to do today.

Dress (as top) and vest are F21 and skirt is H&M.

JERSEY BOYS - Official Trailer

I did not know until five minutes ago that this was happening and now I am FREAKING OUT. I don’t know why I’m so obsessed with this show, but I’ve seen it three times and I’m pretty jazzed about John Lloyd Young playing Frankie, since he’s who I saw back when I was 16 and a crazy Broadway-obsessed weirdo.

beasyou-are asked
My friend is in a science fraternity and I'm going to visit her next weekend and we're going on a boat cruise that's described as "classy" and I have no idea what to wear. I'm going to have to resist bringing 5 dresses for the 3 days I'm going to be there. Do you have any tips?

Well, I am certainly the queen of overpacking so I would probably end up bringing five dresses, too! I would probably ask your friend to show a picture of what she’s planning to wear and then try to match it. In college, my roommate and I would constantly “gauge” our outfits together when going to an event so we could make sure we were on the same level of dressiness. I’m thinking a simple cocktail dress would probably fit the bill but I always tend to be overdressed, so maybe take it down a notch to more of a sundress? Another option would be to pack something more subdued/simple and then dress it up or down with accessories.

In conclusion, I would probably bring two options if you can or borrow from your friend if you need to pack light!

I’m just super indecisive.

You think your pain and your heartbreak are unprecedented in the history of the world, but then you read.

James Baldwin (via books-foreverandalways)