I totally have interesting things to say today. I am in no way suffering from a case of writer's block, and I have so much going on in my life that I almost don't know where to start. ...Do you think if I keep writing that, it might actually come true? Okay, I really don't have anything interesting to say today. It's a slow week for my internship since my boss is out of town, and while I have some exciting things coming up, not too much is going on at the moment. I'm mostly just counting the days until this Sunday when I'll be going to a taping of one of my favorite podcasts, Harmontown, in LA. Dan Harmon is the creator of "Community" and "Rick and Morty," and his podcast is hilarious. Seeing Harmon will be exciting enough for me, but fingers crossed that some special guests show up as well.
As for the outfit, this is what I wore to that piano bar on Friday. I don't know why I keep ending up at Nordstrom Rack, but when Whitney wanted to go last Thursday, I couldn't say no. And of course, because I'm weak, I ended up walking out with this dress. I was immediately drawn to it in the store, and I instantly fell in love when I put it on. It's not terribly noticeable here, but it's a bit too low-cut for my liking, so I thought I'd offset it with a denim jacket and super casual flats. Though I could probably stand to call some attention to myself when I go out, I'm much more comfortable blending in and making "Freaks and Geeks" references to the people I'm with rather than trying to talk to dudes. I mean, if the piano player is going to play "Come Sail Away," how do I not make a "Freaks and Geeks" reference. Just me? Yeah, just me.
I did finish "Bob's Burgers" yesterday, so that's pretty exciting. I have a whole list of shows to watch next, but I've gotten too distracted by rewatching "The X-Files" ever since I started listening to The X-Files Files podcast. No regrets.
Dress: Double Zero via Nordstrom Rack