Thursday, April 23, 2009

Tra La La




Just wanted to drop you all a quick note you let you know that I'll be in and around Washington D.C. until very late Saturday, sans internet access...
The time has come for our annual choir/band trip! Crazy bus rides, sleepless nights, and way too much junk food will surely ensue within the next forty-eight hours.
See you all on Sunday!

20 comments:

discothequechic said...

Sounds fun, have a great time!

Parapluie said...

Sounds liek great fun, enjoy yourself :)

tanya said...

sounds like fun--have a great time my dear!

elena-lu said...

be safe!
:)

DreamyGirl22 said...

I was just reading your last post, those are some great pictures of it raining! And congrats on getting your braces off!

is said...

have funnnn i wish i were going! <3

Yuka said...

thanks! i hope you have a great time in washington. ive never been there. take lots of photos! :)

The Clothes Horse said...

Have fun in DC. Also, as a college student, not sure there is a thing as "too much junk food..."

Flashes of Style said...

Hope you have such a great trip dear! Have fun :)

dapper kid said...

Oooh how fun, hope you have a fantastic time dear :)

GraceFace said...

Have fun, but make sure to write a brilliant blog post when you come back! =D
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Summer said...

Sounds great..Have a wonderful time..;D

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Solo said...

Take good care..Bring pics when you're back.=)

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Fashion Moment said...

Hi darling! Thank you for your comment! Have a great day,

FM~FP

this wheel's on fire said...

have fun in our lovely capital!

Eri said...

Hello,

Thanks for stopping by and leaving me a comment.
Love your tartan shorts from previous post, they are really nice.
See you soon.

Silje said...

Hope you have a good time!=)

Posh said...

Have fun! =D

Shenanigans said...

hmm it appears the only books on that list I have read were he Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and The heartbreaking work of a staggering genius. They are not my favorite books but both a worth the read.

Anonymous said...

I have read A Year in Provence, The Cheese Monkeys, and Tess of the D'Urbervilles and Brave New World.

Tess is the best book of the bunch, i believe. The Provence book was pretty good, i remember the atmosphere well and since I've been to provence i especially liked it. The Cheese Monkeys has a sequel called The Learners that is even better than it is. Brave New World is pretty cool but odddd.