I started watching The Vampire Diaries. It's so bad it's….bad. I just can't get into it, but I keep watching because I need to have some kind of background noise on while I paint and sort and redecorate. I feel bad for Scott…while we were working on things over the weekend, we made it through 10 or so episodes. He'd stop every so often, watch the screen, and ask, "What is….oh, never mind" and go back to work.
Along the same lines: What show should I be watching? Please help. I'm bored.
Months ago, when our friend Rachel was staying with us in Missouri, she introduced me to this popcorn. Since then, I've gone through at least 1 bag a week. It doesn't help that we don't have a microwave, so I can't even make all the regular popcorn that's hanging out in the cupboard. I just keep buying bag after bag of pre-popped popcorn.
Hey, Popcorn Indiana, if you'd like someone to test and/or sell your products, please let me know.
Progress is being made in the unicorn room. Here's what it looked like when we moved in…
One closet, two doors.
What nightmares are made of… (Sorry, that was mean)
Answer: All hand-painted
I mean, at least it won't look any worse.
Nope, no "after pictures" yet. Still chugging away…
I found a nail salon. For weeks, I've looked up reviews for pedicures around the area and the only place I could find with good reviews was $50 for a pedicure. That's kind of a lot. Well, not kind of. It IS a lot. And I didn't want to pay $25-35 for a bad experience. I had one of those bad experiences back in May-ish in St. Robert (Spa Nails…I got a gift certificate for the place at school and it was *quite* ghettoish and they weren't gentle on the feet.)
When we were eating at Pho and Grill on Saturday night, I noticed a nail place right next door.
Envy Nails and Spa on the left, Pho and Grill on the right.
I'm a sucker for convenience and, for me, knowing how to get to the place is half the battle. Plus it said Walk-ins Welcome. I also hate making appointments, so I randomly showed up at 1pm on Tuesday. I got right in! It was clean, they had a huge selection of all the great nail polish brands, and it was surprisingly crowded for the time of day.
$25 for a basic pedicure and I added the callous removing option because, well, I needed it. So $30 plus tip and I was there for over an hour and they were working on me the whole time. I didn't have to sit around and wait at all. I'm pretty thrilled that I found a nail place, even though I only go a couple of times a year. Envy Nails and Spa. I recommend it.