Even though it was a green Christmas, this year's was still a great one. Kyle and I spent a little time with both of our families-so convenient that they live down the street from each-other, and we ate way too much food. I am afraid to even look at the scale! My parents bought us clothes, cooking supplies, pajamas and a really tacky wall ornament that I love. We also got a gift card to the grocery store from Kyle's mom, as well as Tigers hats and some cardigans. I posted on facebook awhile back that I never met a cardigan that I didn't like, so Kyle's mom took it as a challenge to find me some ugly cardigans at the salvation army, the funny thing is, I actually really like all of the ones she got me, haha. I am sure that you will see them styled up on this blog eventually, in the meantime, here is my awesome Christmas sweater again. I couldn't help it, with no snow, I had to wear something more Christmasy.
This week has been super productive and fun already. Last night, Kyle and I went to Target to buy a new TV, and Kyle somehow convinced me to get a huge one. It's not really that big, but to me it is, I feel like I am in a movie theater. I am bummed because I worked my butt off all day at work, then rushed to the Secretary of State to get my tabs-they were never mailed to my house, so I have been driving on expired tabs since October, whoops. Then cleaned out my car, ran inside to make dinner and I was all set to watch a movie while I blogged and I have no idea how to program the remote. I spent ten minutes playing around with it before I gave up. I still have laundry to do and some cleaning so I guess it was for the best anyway, but still.
Right now I am really motivated to start my resolutions for 2012. I have been organizing, and brain-storming all day and I am ready to end this year with friends and family, and to start the new year fresh.
Tights & Earrings-Target
Song of the day "Mouthwash" By Kate Nash
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