Sunday, November 21, 2010

I forgot that I don't hate winter all that much

So my "farewell tour" will be starting (and possibly ending) with a trip to Boston in December. I'm going with two awesome girls to visit two more awesome girls and cause some trouble in Bean-town for six days. The trip is somewhat last minute, as Nora was going to see family and then said "hey, you guys should come too :D" Of course, Emmy and I jumped at the offer and bought our tickets tout de suite. I'm currently looking at boots online and debating on if I should buy a pair. The closer it gets to possibly leaving the country, the more reluctant I get to spend money on things that probably won't make the trip. It seems pointless, but I would like to have some cute warm boots in which to tromp around Boston. Other things that will make this trip amazing are: some of the most amazing and entertaining girls I know, wasting my carry-on liquid allotment on nips of rum, The Greatest Bar, a soundtrack that is already being put together, WB2K10(BOS) shirts, skinny jeans and leggings, a dress that rivals those of Joan Holloway from Madmen, Enrique, pre-trip planning dinners, and I can't even fathom what else. In case you hadn't figured it out, I'm excited.

Also, I've decided that I really want to move to London and dress preppy (aka "Sloane Ranger") and wear riding boots and fun hats for the rest of my young adulthood.


Emily Grace said...

The clothes are one of my favorite parts of winter... not that I'm saying you should buy boots that you might not need or anything... :)

elizabeth said...

<3<3<3 I bought some. These to be exact:

I guess one of the things I love about dressing more preppy than trendy is that the styles last longer, so I'll be able to wear them when I get back, right?

Joanne (Jo) Luongo said...

Hey Elizabeth

You might want to re-think those boots...we sometimes have lots of snow up here in the northeast in December and it will ruin your nice boots because the de-icer on the walkways and roadways is full of salt. Spend your money on some good walking sandles for Africa!
Have a great time in was a fun place when I lived there!