November is my fabulous birthday month, and throughout this month I am treating myself to the little things in life like Jones Soda (which I haven’t had since I was like 9), filling out transfer college applications, and accepting a new job at a clothing store. Okay…so, the Jones Soda is the sweetest of those three, but it is also the one with the most calories *wink*
Now, on this week’s Letter From the Editor, I want to give y’all a little peek inside my week + talk about my November music, book and movie obsessions. So–let’s get started, shall we?!
Book I’m Reading!
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It is Wednesday, and y’all know what that means…IT IS TIME TO SEE THE VIP’S OUTFIT OF THE WEEK! Yay!
For this week’s VIP Weekly Whistle, I am turning it black (like the Rolling Stones told me to do) and floral because it is one of my favorite patterns *wink*
To top off this rockin’ ensemble, I slipped on an awesome handmade necklace from BluKatDesign. Every time I look at this necklace, I think about The Black Keys’s newest album “Turn Blue”…perhaps my love of rock n’ roll is getting out of hand *wink*
Now, while I go binge watch Big Bang Theory, y’all take a look at this fabulous OOTW + details and let me know what ya’ think in the comments section at the end of this post :) Thank y’all dearly!
Happy Friday, y’all! Oh, my goodness! Can you believe it…Christmas is in 6 days *gasp* So excited!
Speaking of Christmas…while I was out shopping for my last few gifts, I went into Books-A-Million because I am a total book nerd + I was looking for a silly prank gift for my Paw Riley. Last year I gave him a yodeling pickle…I mean, how do you beat that?! *wink*
Well, while in BAM, I discovered that they had vinyl records *gasp* How cool, right?! Long story short–I treated myself to an early Christmas present, after I found a copy of The Black Keys “Rubber Factory” on limited edition vinyl. It was the only one left, and it was a total spontaneously justifiable buy *wink*
Also, I recently found out there is a record store in downtown Johnson City called Backdoor Records; however, I have yet to check it out. Hm…I am feeling an adventure some time in the near future. :)