I only discovered Lipstick Jungle after it was announced it was canceled. This is, sadly, how I roll. And now I'm in love with something that will no longer exist. Drat. (If you are like me and somehow missed it completely, you should seriously search it out on iTunes or reruns or wherever it is you can find lost things.)
The show is definitely aesthetically pleasing. Completely lovely.
Right now, I'm thinking about the walls. Blue. Definitely blue. While I was typing this, I just ordered five samples from Benjamin Moore to try out (oh how I love you Internet) I'll keep you posted on the progress.
As I was walking this morning, I realized I had finally reached a point in my life when I found a reason to use a fanny pack. I also realize this is a not a good thing. At all. It means I'm approaching 80. But that said and in all honestly, it would help me quite a lot to have a place to put a phone and keys while moving around the university near my house.
So when I got back, I googled "Cool Fanny Packs." Sad. I know. The results were sad too. And then I remembered Etsy.And I found the hip sack by may.tree.ark. Sometimes it's all in the marketing. Because it's not a fanny pack. It's a hip pack. For the hip. So it's hip see? For the hipsters. And for the people that need a place to put their phone while they walk.
Since my #2 resolution involves reading more (and drinking more hot green tea while I'm doing it), I'm making Reality Check my next book to finish. I started it before the holidays, and it's really just fantastic. Realistically inspirational. And a great gift for anyone starting a new venture or adventure. Plus. It's funny. So there's that.