|Family photo when I had just graduated high school. I am 18.|
How do interviews affect you? Do you sweat, do you shake, become too serious, act too overzealous?
|Gray wedge shoes (Payless), Beige ruffle skirt (WalMart–heck ya!), light blue cap shirt (Down East), blue scoop neck, long sleeve shirt (Wet Seal), shell necklace/earrings (Runway), blue floral hair bow (Claire’s)|
4 hours later, I’m home and exhausted! At least it isn’t snowing any more.
|Definitely pajama and no makeup time! Can you see how I’m trying not to look exhausted?|
Interviews are scary, but I feel good about how prepared I was and (not to brag) how qualified I feel for someone who is just finishing their internship (student teaching).
First of all, here is my favorite outfit for the week. The weather was nice. It is finally spring! So, I’m starting to transition my winter outfits to spring outfits.
|Brown cap shirt (DownEast), brown jacket and leggings (Walmart), High heel boots (my favorite pair! I can’t remember where I bought it), Spring dress (Ross)|
I love Pesto. A lot. Like, a lot a lot. But, it’s expensive. Well, one day, we splurged on grocery shopping. I like splurging. Typically I splurge on expensive cheese or expensive bakery bread. That day, I splurged on pesto sauce! What can I say, I like Italian. A lot.
Today, you get to experience, for the first time on this blog a pattern that will continue henceforth. Step by step picture directions! YAAAY!
1) Cut up 2 chicken breasts and veggies. Our pasta favorites are zucchini, onions, carrots, green peppers, and tomatoes.
|Looks yummy already!|
3) When the noodles are done, drain them. Then, poor a few spoon fulls of pesto into the mix and stir until the pesto covers it all. Then, pour some alfredo into it, to the consistency you want.
4) Pour it over the pasta and sprinkle asiago cheese over it. (Sadly, I only splurged on pesto, no asiago, so I sprinkled parmesan on it.
|Senior Picture 2008|
College came around and I had little over a year supply of contacts. I wore glasses only when we went to midnight movies (which happened quite frequently). Summer came and I ran out. Oh, not to mention my family had moved and my prescription had expired. Thus, the search for new contacts began. I went to cheap-o Wal-Mart and got contacts. They weren’t the right prescription. Tried again; they didn’t sit still on my eyes. The doctor mentioned it was because my astigmatism had gotten so bad, I my eyes weren’t the right shape for contacts. Well, my year supply that I bought were now useless. I started to wear my ugly black glasses were were lopsided. My ears are actually lopsided, so no matter what I did, my glasses looked crooked.
|Look, I had to wear my glasses right up until I went swimming!|
|See how pretty I am without glasses? To quote my mom, “Like a porcelain doll.”|
|It’s not very noticeable in the picture, but in real life, if I move my glasses, you can notice it.|