I’m not big on designers but something about this says: elegant, classy, and timeless.
Mama Aguirre moments
I tell my mom about the new job search and she says, “You should be a U.S. ambassador.” Yes mom, just like that.
You know when your bosses are crazy when…
…they are in your nightmares!
I woke up this morning and recalled that I had a crazy dream about work: I was at some kind of dentist appointment. Two of my managers said that their friend was really good at what he did. So I sit in the chair, but I’m getting the sense that it isn’t a dentist appointment. The guy numbs my legs with a syringe! He pokes them and I can’t feel them. Of course, I start to freak out. The two managers and the guy said, “Oh we were worried this would happen,” in regards to me freaking out and not being able to handle the procedure. Terrifying!
Gah! Thank goodness I’m working from home today.
You know your bosses are out of their minds…
when one of them says that he thinks Hitler was a good leader.
I know there is some serious misconnections with American culture because they’re not from the U.S., but if you’re running a company in the United States that is not okay to say! Utterly oblivious, culturally insensitive, and scary eeeek (who admires the dude?)
You know when your bosses are crazy…
when they only cater Friday lunch from the 2 restaurants that donated over $400 to their daughter’s ice skating team.
From my March 2012 post. NY Times article, “What Vintage, Circa 2011” from Jan 26, 2012.
Just some photo therapy before we all get ready for the work week/dreaming my room looked like this.
Designer for cheap? YES. Thank you Target and Prabal Gurung for teaming up to produce an awesome, fun, and vibrant collection in “Love.” Plus it’s affordable. For those ladies who are thinking, “Help me, I’m poor,” look forward to spring with these bright pieces. Snow day just became a shopping day (online!).
Wait, reading books on my own time?
One of my goals of being a real person (yes, I graduated from college!), is to read at least one book a month. I managed to read “The Importance of Being Ernest” by Oscar Wilde in 1 day, because it was so darn good. The humor is timeless and I surprised myself as I laughed in the cafe over a book. I am ready to pick up the next book! Hello Boston to San Francisco plane ride.