Life lately, January10:00 AM
MISSING // My Delta Zeta days. Spring 2016 just joined our organization and this is the first semester I wasn't at bid day (we had Saturday school, barf). I remember mine like it was yesterday, although it was a whopping 4 years ago, and I wish I could go back and relive all the moments I had with my pledge class. I am very proud of my sisters and hope that they are holding up the Delta Zeta name to the standard it should be. Also, I really freakin miss my littles!
PLANNING // A TRIP TO DISNEY WORLD! I literally cannot believe this is happening, and I'm excited for two reasons; One because duh, it's Disney World, and two because it will be my first vacation that I completely plan and pay for on my own. I've been to Disney world a handful of times, but this time I'll be of age (Hellooooo Epcot beer & Pleasure Island) and I'll be going with Jess. This technically makes me the expect and main planner of the vacation. Usually my mother holds that title - she books the hotel, makes the dinner reservations, and creates/prints out the daily itinerary (can you tell we're obsessed with Disney?), but guess who's doing it now - me!
READING // Yes Please by Amy Poehler via Audible. I'm about halfway done, and I am excited to start a new audio book this coming month. I also completed two books this month, which was part of my New Years resolutions - Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? by Mindy Kalig, and A Step by Step Guide to Getting it Together in Your Twenties. Both worth the read and were solid books in my opinion.
WEARING // Lots of maroon. I never realized that my closet primarily is black, white, and maroon. I feel like every time I put together an outfit for teaching, one of my key pieces is some shade of red. Am I complaining? No way. It's just not the color I expected from me. But I think it looks great with my skin tone and green eyes.
ENJOYING // The burst of warm weather that came after the #2016EastCostBlizzard. I was actually able to wear shorts while I was walking spunky over the weekend and broke a sweat after walking up and down the Peaks hill on Sunday. I'm not sure how long this warm climate change will last, but I hope it's for a while.
DRINKING // Water. Trust me, I'm surprised as you are. I decided to stop buying soda for the fridge and only drink it if I'm out for lunch or dinner. I feel healthier, but I'm also really tired of freaking water. I just got back from the grocery store, and instead of breaking down and getting a 2 liter of Dr. Pepper, I got a carton of Naked juice.