Today was fabulous! First off I actually slept in until after 8:00. I know, you're thinking ooh 8:00a.m., unless you know me and my early bird tendencies. 8:00 a.m. also means that I was able to sleep through the night with NyQuil for the first in days. (Not sleeping with NyQuil in your system is the worst!)
Second, my mom and I went to Frenzy Stamper to see the new store and for my mom's chunky book info session. The info session went well, shopping is always a treat, and I got to see, and touch, and feel the class samples for Kelly Kilmer's upcoming classes. I had already signed up for An Artist's Journal Part 1, Inspired:More Exercises for An Artist's Journal, and Not Your Kids Crayons. I had also been reading a post on Kelly's blog by another artist named Andrew, who had just taken Kelly's classes, and after seeing the class samples I NEEDED to sign up for Soft & Gentle Whispers too. I can't wait only 3 more weeks!
Next, my mom and I had lunch at Houston's. And in a moment of weakness had Cold Stone Creamery for dessert. I really had good intentions going in . I knew they would have at least one Sinless flavor. They had not one, but three, Sinless flavors but, look at this photo how could I resist Dark Chocolate Mint with Red Mints mixed in?
When I got home Jim was at a bowling tournament. Ayesha called and we went adventuring to Old Navy where I found a super cute outfit and a set of bracelets all on clearance! I'll be extra cute on Monday! (Because you know I'm cute every day.)
To end this fun day (and inspiring today's title) I decided I should eat a pointastic burrito due to the Cold Stone incident earlier. I went down to my local Federico's and ordered just a large side of Pico de Galo and a large diet soda. Yes, the guy thought I was crazy but I came home and made a tasty beast. I know you are dying to know. It was just a low point tortilla, 1/2 cup low-fat beans, shredded lettuce, and a ton of the tasty pico. Delish!
I also had time to read half of the newest Cloth Paper Scissors and a few articles from the new Sommerset Studio. I told you the day was great!