Sunday, September 9, 2012

15 Day Challenge: Day 8 & 9

Did everyone have a good weekend?  Tim and I got a million free drinks from people feeling sorry for us, so that was pretty sweet!  We also wasted a whole day of sunshine driving to the beach, only to find a freezing pile of wind and clouds, while it was sunny at 80 in Seattle!  We also had a fun night celebrating Alex's birthday at Les Miz and I rode the new Ferris wheel with my parents!

Now, I'm linking up with Sar for the 15 Day Challenge! 

[Day 8]: Describe the good, the bad, and the ugly about yourself. 

The Good: Hmm this is hard to say about yourself, isn't it?  I like to think I'm a loyal person, good friend, funny, and kind.  I hope this is what other people think of me

The Bad:  I get upset way too easily.  I've been working on this for many many years and I think I'm a lot better than I was at like, 16, but it's definitely still a problem!  I also tend to hold a grudge.  Hurt me once, I can only pretend to forgive you.

The Ugly:  Well I'm not too fond of my eyebrows. Is that what this question means?
[Day 9]: Tell us the best day of your life to date.

Hmmm...this is a hard one because I can't think of any one particular day.  I know most people are choosing their weddings, but I hate that!  I guess I just hate the idea that your wedding is meant to be the best day of your life.  I don't know.

So instead, I'll describe my idea of a perfect day:

It starts with waking up in a city.  Preferably NYC, but Seattle will do.  Actually, this is my fantasy, so all my friends are in NYC with me.  OK, so we wake up in NYC, and Tim and I go get a delicious vegan brunch, then take a walk around the city or Central Park.  We meet up with my friends to go rock climbing, then hit up some yummy Cuban place for mojitos and lunch.  Afterwards Tim and I go for a nice long bike ride around the city, stopping at various macaroon and chocolate shops along the way.  We meet back up with my friends to go see the Phantom of the Opera, then of course, must go out for Thai food and drinks afterwards.  We even have enough energy leftover to go dancing!

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