This certainly is an interesting Monday because I'm currently feeling the effects of a lady named Sandy.
And she is about to get dressed up in the leather leggings, red heels, and dancing with John Travolta on a carnival ride singing "You Are the One I Want" for us Central Pennsylvanians very soon.
So much so, that classes have been canceled for tomorrow!
Halle-freakin'-lujah. I really did not want to walk to class in 75 mph winds and torrential downpours; that is not my idea of a fun time. My roommate and I are planning on not leaving our room for 36 hours or more.
This was our shopping list:
- Body Wash
- Anastasia on DVD
That is how you survive a hurricane, people - at least in college.
This past weekend, realizing that we were going to get pounded with massive amounts of rain and wind, I decided I should probably take some pictures.
These little beauties were purchased the last time I was home for $2. There are 8 total, but unfortunately 2 of them have cracks in them. Hopefully I can use them for something - let me know if you have any ideas.
The best part about these bowls though is that they match these bowls that my sister-in-law gave me over the summer.
A random fact: hurricanes bring out the craziness in the roomie and I.
Here are a couple of golden quotes that have happened in the past day:
Me: Amy! If we don't have class tomorrow, I don't have to wear a real bra; no one will judge me if I wear a sports bra all day!
Amy: YES! EMBRACE THE HURRICANE!!
Amy: I love when boys sing a capella, I don't know why, it is just awesome.
Laura: That is because it is boys singing. Pretty sure that is the only good thing that boys can do with their mouths.
Laura: (coming into the room after work - seeing Amy there wide-eyed and eating a Kit Kat). Hi?
Amy: Girl. I'm working on my fat storage. I'm going into hibernation.
And finally, our Hurricane Theme Song:
Why, you may ask?
I'm sure there will be more hilarity to come; it will just be us and the hurricane all day tomorrow.
To all of those who are about to experience/are experiencing the wrath of Sandy, my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Just like a girl at a frat party: make smart choices and be safe.