On Friday morning, I set off to give another college campus tour to a joyous bunch of prospective students. The tour was going great (as usual...jk), and we had just finished our spiel on the school's gym facilities. While casually walking towards the outdoor pool, we spotted a little hub bub around on the pool deck. Further inspection showed us that Michael Phelps (and all his rock-hard-bod glory) was STANDING RIGHT BESIDE THE POOL.
|He's the one with the white towel.|
After that little celebrity encounter, I hurried to meet some of the lady pals, J and K, for lunch. We dined at Nama, one of my absolute favorite restaurants. They have THE BEST sushi in town. I was so happy to catch up and laugh with my lovely friends. I was starving and did all I could to keep from shoving my sushi in my face when it arrived.
|Gimme dat pizza roll.|
Work was work. I channeled my inner 90 year old after work and went straight to lay in my bed. I did, however, paint a pretty neat canvas.
|So true :)|
When I got home around 9:30, the madre informed me that we are leaving for Chicago tomorrow at 6am. 6AM!!! Too early, especially considering I hadn't even started packing. Oh, and did I mention we are driving the entire way? Yep, all 11 hours. It shall be interesting.
However, I'm extremely excited to go to the Windy City and see the big sister. We have a great trip planned (tons of good restaurants, fun sites to see, and shopping of course), and I know I'll have a blast.
So since I should probably finish packing (and make my bed, and straighten my hair, and put all my laundry away), I'll leave you with some 'fit pics of what I plan to wear in Chicago!
'Fit pics: Chicago style
|Breakin' out the crafty shorts.|
|Casual and comfy.|
Dress from Amerian Eagle. Oxford heels from Marshall's.
|Finally bought a maxi dress!|
Yay for making some progress with the packing situation! Outfits are all packed, now time for....everything else. But, let's be honest, the clothes are the most important part, right?
See ya'll when I get back from the Windy City!
Til next time,