So now that school is wrapping up (for forever!) and I’ll have some serious free time, I’m starting to think about all the things I want to do with it.
Apparently this is the best recipe for homemade frosting, so I’d like to try that
Remember that dresser that I picked up off the street about a year ago? Well, I painted the base coat, but I’d really like to throw a nice Chevron pattern on it a la this dresser:
And then there is all the reading I want to do. Ohhh boy. First on the list, I’m thinking something light and airy, something that isn’t going to require a lot of thinking. I need some non-thinking time. I know its totally a fad and everything, but I really want to read The Hunger Games. Is that bad?
More “dignified” reading on the list: Catching up on my Vanity Fair subscription; Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell; A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson; The Magus by John Fowels; The End of an Affair by Graham Greene.
So excited for free time, but also so sad school is ending (forever!), but more on that tomorrow.