A friend recently told me my blog posts are verrrrrry loooooong, so this will be a shorty; minimal words, mostly photos.
Perhaps I should post in haiku-format?I think I’m on to something!
I love a lot of things. Really–I’m a lover, not a fighter. Here are some things I’m loving right now:
Veep on HBO
Uber is brand new to Tacoma, which is huge for our mid-sized city. I went to the kickoff party last night and, naturally, took Uber transport there and home.This was our Uber driver–isn’t she cute? (Sorry for the blurry photo–I think I had one too many signature cocktails at the party. It’s a good thing I had Uber to drive me home!)
Shhh… don’t tell anyone, but I recently bought these Lululemon pants. I know, I know–I didn’t want to. I haven’t been much of a fan of the brand lately. The company has some philosophical issues I don’t agree with and I don’t have a thigh gap. But these pants are great for lounging and still look stylish. Let’s just make this our little secret, though, okay?
I know what you’re thinking: “WHAT?!? What is this, 2010?” I admit, I’m a social media late adopter. Blogging is what made me finally try–and understand–Twitter. And now I love to use it to share random thoughts with the universe when I’m too lazy to blog. You should totally follow me.
This Candy Bar:
I have obsessed about Fran’s Chocolates salted caramels for several years now, but unfortunately can’t eat them very often because they’re cost-prohibitive at $12.99 for 6 pieces. Trader Joe’s to the rescue! This candy bar tastes almost like Fran’s salted caramels but costs only $2.99. Now I can afford to eat chocolate with salted caramel every day! “Uh oh,” says my waistline.
Essential Tremors by J. Roddy Walston & The Business
I recently heard this single, “Take It as It Comes,” on the radio, and decided to download the entire album from iTunes. It’s straightforward rock and roll with a rootsy edge–great for long runs. I enjoyed it on my 16-miler on Sunday.
And that’s what I’m lovin’ lately–in not so many words. I hope you enjoyed the haikus.
What are you loving right now?