|Barnaby being stubborn|
So what I have found intriguing, is that there are a ton of bloggers/writers out there who photo document their life. Although I do not intend to do this on a daily basis (as I don't have a photographer following my every move), I decided to do my very best shooting Saturday. As soon as I woke up I took prince Benjamin button (aka Barnaby the 7 year old adopted shitzu who acts like a royal baby) for a walk. He didn't want to get wet, or get his paws wet so he sat inside my lobby for 8 minutes before I finally had to carry him into the snow. We then walked to Starbucks for breakfast, but instead of the usual Vente coffee frappachino light, I had to bribe Barnaby to walk with food. I sat him outside and ordered him a croissant (spoiled brat I know)! A strawberry blueberry yogurt (for me) and the usual drink (even in snow).
|Breakfast & Cosmo|
After carrying Barnaby back home, i sat down, read Cosmo, and came to the realization that i go back to college in a matter of two days. After the first week of winter break i categorically could not wait to go back to school. Now that the time to go back is actually here, and that i am accustom to doing whatever i want all day (to some extent), I'm dreading the return. It also doesn't help that i am returning back to school sick, and want to be wrapped up in a warm caccoon all day, rather than out and about running from building to building in 20 degree weather. All complaints aside i can only hope for a good semester, with good professors.
|Gray + Gray|
Anyway the newest hype that I keep hearing about is eyelash extensions. I admit, I have known about them for a while, but I just presumed that they were like fake eyelashes glued to your eyes. As I am naturally blessed with long eyelashes, I never really looked into having them done. It can cost up to $400 in Manhattan, and apparently you need to get them touched up every 2-3 weeks (costing an addition $90).