The end of the semester had some fun surprises. You know how I'd mentioned that I had some art history left to do? I finished my essay and discussion posts, and then I logged on to take the test (I took the class online) and found this charming little message:
(click on the photo to make it bigger, if you can't read it)
How cool is that? I love it when professors give nice little surprises like that.
Let's see, what else... Anthropologie had a pretty amazing sale, and I found one of my all-time favorite pieces at a ridiculous discount:
...the Mushroom Picking Chemise! Oh, I love it so much. It's so cute and floaty and comfortable. I also picked up the Braided Toggle Sweatercoat, which is seriously the coziest sweater I've ever put on.
As an hourglass-shaped girl, I have a hard time finding thick sweaters that don't make me look...square, so this A-line cardigan is just right. It'll probably go on sale, and then I'll feel foolish, but I've already worn it enough to make it worth the (kind of ridiculous) cost. I'm considering it my end-of-semester treat to myself. Oh! And I had the chance to meet the lovely Sian from The British Anthropologi(e)st. She's so sweet, and it was fun to discuss Anthropologie with someone equally obsessed. So that was really fun.
Other awesome end of semester stuff:
- Two of my residents made me an adorable jar of green and silver origami wish stars for Christmas, topped with a massive candy cane.
- Another of my residents gave me lovely and delicious chocolate truffle bars. I'm such a spoiled RA!
- I have time to get back to yoga! And my room is finally clean now, so I have a space for it, too. Hurrah!
And I believe we have come to the end of this rather disorganized blog post. Let me know in the comments what you think as far as how often you'd like to see projects! Oh, and there will be big doings in the etsy shop over the next few days. Think...paper goods.
I hope everyone's had a lovely and relaxing Monday!