music: "Hello, Helicopter!" by OSI
Lauren and I went to our last volunteer work thing at the Museum today, thank God. We both accidently went without bringing something to do, so we were forced to make awkward and unfamiliar conversation with one another. No, we were fine--it's just trying to think of things to talk about for three and a halk hours straight can get a little mind-bending at times. Plus, we had no sales at all, except for my own at the end of the day. I bought this nice handmade little purse with beautiful shiny purple stitching. Ooh, so pretty! I was sad to discover the cheddar ranch Frito's that I usually enjoyed during volunteer work had been replaced in the vending machine, so I was forced to try bagged Hot Fries, which were utterly disgusting. They tasted like peppery flaky paper. Ick. But, Lauren and I fared well in the end, and we are finally free.
Kalan and I are planning on seeing Spiderman 2 tomorrow, which will be fun. He hasn't seen it yet, so I'm looking forward to it. He's also going to show me the stuff he bought at the flea market the other day. He told me about the sword he bought on the phone, and it sounds really cool.
Mom, Lauren, and I went to the Colonial Mall in Macon yesterday for some fun-filled clothes shopping during this glorious tax-free weekend. We went crazy in Belk's and bought a ton of clothes for only $68. We ended up saving $108 because of the sales and no taxes. The steal of the day? A beautiful black no-sleeved turtle neck that was originally $41, bought for only $12. Hell yeah! It's my favorite of the stuff I got. I also got some nice pin-striped pants, which I have been wanting for forever. Got 'em on sale for $14 instead of the original $32. After purchasing some wonderfull new makeup from Mac (including an almost black nail polish called "Moody Blue"), we browsed the shoes and went home with some delicious Moolattes from Dairy Queen. Damn, those things are good; they are, dare I say, like love in the mouth.
We braved the frenzy at Target today for some basic school supplies while the tax-free weekend was still here, and I tell you, it was pandemonium; screaming kids everywhere, cart traffic jams, fights over checkout lines, the whole hooplah. We lucked out and managed to snag a newly-opened register, so we got out fairly quickly.
The Dissociatives's newest single "Horror with Eyeballs" finally has a music video. I command you to watch it now or I'll force Lauren to cut her hair. Seriously. Watch it. Believe me, you'll like it.