28 March 2011

{I hate} Mondays

Per request, I'm starting a new theme!
Last week I posted a letter that I wrote to the "Music Gods" about how much I hate music theory. My friends asked me that day if I would write another one in history, but I really wanted to take notes (for reasons unknown).
But I promised them this week that I would write one!
Upon telling this to Katie, she proposed that I make Mondays my hate day. Luckily, I had already been thinking the same thing, because let's be honest, who likes Mondays?

So today I "conveniently" left my baby netbook, Rosita, at home, and this was the product of music history class:

I woke up this morning really early to get ready for piano, had pay to park on campus because Jake had to change someone's tire (rude!), went to piano and got a lot of homework, went to theory and found out I failz at life, then went to history and wrote this note.
After class I was so excited to leave that heckhole they call the school of music, when I walk up and find this on my car:

Funniest part?
 I actually thought it was real and they had run out of the computer paper they normally use.
But my boyfriend is cute, and made  my day way better by awarding me this ticket, and making me bacon and eggs for lunch. Then we cuddled for a while, while singing Rebecca Black's Friday. We're cute.
Now I'm off to FHE with Katie, then Yogurt{poop}land with Jake, Jeremy and Daria. I feel like I'm cheating on Yodipity, but I will sacrifice my love for Jeremy and Daria's last night in town.

Let me know how much you hate Mondays!

27 March 2011

We were born this way, baby.

I had the most amazing night of my life.
Watch and learn, little monsters!

Lady Gaga was SOSOSO amazing in concert.
She's not only an amazing musician and artist, but she is so inspirational.
I am not afraid to admit that I cried a few times.
She's all about making everyone feel so good about themselves, and I felt like she was talking directly to me when she said:
 "And this is to all those who said you are not good enough, that you're not pretty enough, not skinny enough, that you can't sing..."
You really hit home, Gaga!
Seriously, I'm so glad I got to dress up with my bestest friends Vincent and Zarina and go to the Monsterball!

{headband: Forever21, bolero: XI, shirt: Charlotte, skirt: Charlotte, heels: Aldo}

I hope you had a Gaga-good weekend!

26 March 2011

A funny mess.

This phrase, said by a Jesterz improv-er, basically describes my last 24 hours.
Along with this picture:

Honestly, I'm surprised in still alive.
My terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day:
1. Professors being jerks and schedules tests all on the same day the week after spring break.
2. Staying up all night with my friend Jessica studying for these exams, with the help of some RockCraps and Burkholder's A {Ridiculously Long and Boring} History of Western Music.
3. Not being used to caffeine and feeling sick all morning. Thanks, RockCraps.
3. Bombing every test that I took today. So the all-nighter was futile.
4. Taking the bus because no one could take me home after my horror scenes, then having my bus driver try anything in his power to kill me (i.e., punching it before I could sit down sending me flying through the bus, abrupt stops, hopping curbs, swerving like a madman, etc.).
5. {DISCLAIMER: this is pretty gross. Move on to #6 if you get queasy easily.} Going to the bathroom at the Tempe Transit Center, right next to a woman who was having some obvious stomach problems. I mean, literally, sounded like she was exploding every few seconds. And at each explosion would say "oops" or "that felt good." And then I threw up.
6. Having to take another bus, with another horrible bus driver. I had to do the preggo mommy breathing the entire time and try to keep bathroom girl out of my mind.
7. Getting home, so excited to go to sleep, and finding out that I'm too tired to sleep. So I laid in bed for an hour and a half before I could actually fall asleep.
8. Waking up way sooner than planned because I yet again had to go to the bathroom. Thanks again, RockCraps.

But what goes down, must come back up, right?
My wonderful, marvelous, fabulous, very good day:

1. Going to Jesterz. Let me tell you, they are fantastic. Hilarious. Fairly clean for comedy skits. I have been twice now and it is seriously such a fun thing to do on a Friday night out! It cheered me up immediately.
2. Reaching into my purse and finding a full Yodipity stamp card, and realizing that I would be receiving a free cup of joy. It was a miracle.
3. Chocolate is supposed to make people happy, so I went with York Patty yogurt, thin mints, and brownie bites. Mmmm, happiness overlooooooad!
4. Crayons & Jessica's birthday! And all my beautiful friends who I got to spend the best part of my day with {Amber, Katie, and Lauren}. 
Happy birthday to Jessica!
5. My best friend. She always makes my day.

Proof that I survived!

{Daily outfit syle}

I hope you survived this Friday, too.

23 March 2011

She'd be better off shoveling snow.

-Richard Strauss, about me.

Just kidding. He didn't even know me. And you probably don't even know who he is. Unless you are currently studying for the music history exam, just like me!
But, seeing as I'm writing this, and you're reading it, that means that we are no longer studying.
Good, because music history is just about the worst class ever invented.
So I did something fun instead!

Notes on this video:
1. I look absolutely disgusting because my water heater in the apartment broke (ha!) so I couldn't take a shower this morning before class. Get over it.
2. The thumbnail makes me look like a sad puppy dog. I'll get over that some day.
3. That weird yelp at 0:34 is my roommate, not my dog. Literally smh (shook my head).
4. If I did daily outfits, this one would be one of the cutest, if I do say so myself.
5. When you mess up at the end of a video but don't have enough time to take away from studying to make another 3 minute and 37 second video, play it off like that's how it is supposed to be. Not that I did that, or anything.

Roomie and I are off to get coffee for studying. I don't even like coffee.
Happy studying, my little procrastinators!

21 March 2011

If music be the food of love;

play on.
I love music. And I love that I was fortunate enough to be selected for the music therapy program at Arizona State University. And I mostly love my career choice, music therapy.
But apparently, I hate music theory.
Because instead of taking notes in class today, I wrote an essay on how much I hate music theory.
Examples and all.

{I know what you're thinking, "I wish Brittany knew how to spell broccoli" well guess what, I hate it so much that I don't care if I spelled it wrong. It doesn't deserve for my pencil to write it's vile name, so I gave it an alias.}

I hope that you had a better first day back than I did!

*Quote by William Shakespeare.

20 March 2011

No spring skips its turn

Long time, no blog!
That's ok though, because I was having way more fun in California with my best friends than blogging. 
But now that I'm out of Fantasyland (and Adventureland, and Toontown..) and back to Mesaland, I'm so excited to share my week with you guys!
Me, Jake, Justin, and my best friend Katie had an amazing adventure in California for Spring Break this week. Since me and Kater both lovelovelove blogging, we had to come up with a way for our readers to NOT hear the same story twice.
And this is what we came up with:

Spring Break: Top Favie Pictures

1. This is my best friend, Katie. This is us waiting for Justin to come out of his house so we can get our roadtrip on! We drove alllllll the way to Mission Beach listening to country and talking about girly girl things. Best. Roadtrip. Ever.

2. Justin sleeping in the back of the Jeep and missing all the fun.. What an idiot, right? If I could have left him on the side of the road, I would have. But then Katie wouldn't have anyone to sit next to on Space Mountain. So we kept him.

3. My awesome bib at Joe's Crab Shack. First of all, who decided it was a good idea for me to wait 20 years of my life NEVER going to Joe's? Someone rude, that's who. It was so delicious and the perfect meal after a fun day on Mission Beach. And yes, I'm trying to rock the top knot. :)

4. Also a Mission Beach picture. Jake and I just watching the water, being cute as usual. We thought it would be fun to take "candid" pictures as the sun was setting. NBD.

5. I love being at Oceanside Beach with my best friend. We have been coming to this beach together since 7th grade when we realized that our families were on the same beach at the same time (coincidence? I think not). And I did her loose wavy curls, because I'm a boss like that. We tanned all the day long and talked about tankinis. I totally bought one this weekend and I'm so excited to get it in the mail!

6. You know that commercial where that girl is reading her Kindle in the sun and there is that guy next to you trying to read his lametown iPad? Well the rumors are true! You can see the Kindle in the sun. And it is glorious. Basically, me and Katie spent all day reading and tanning on the beach. Because that's how we roll.

7. Katie was kind enough to take pictures of Jake and I frolicking on the beach. This one was  my favorite, mostly because it was the only one that didn't look like Jake was trying to throw me in the freezing cold salt water with my cute shirt on.. Typical boyfriend status.

8. In Disneyland, they have these cute little pins that will help you proclaim exactly what you're celebrating that day or week or whatever. Me and Jake got these pins because it was our anniversary weekend! When Katie and I were buying something at the Tower of Terror shop, the man at the desk asked me about my pin. I told him that my boyfriend and I had been dating for 4 years. He thought it would be funny to give me a "Just engaged!" pin, and write "I'm waiting!" on it as a "hint" to Jake. Then he gave Katie one that said "I'm waiting for my best friend to be Just Married!"
It made us LOL.

9. I'll have to admit this out loud, once and for all. I'm obsessed with Mickey shaped foods. I'm fascinated with them. I still don't understand how they made the Mickey shaped pretzel so perfect. These icecreams were perfection and made our tummies so happy after a rough ride on California Screamin'.

10. I love the new theme at Disneyland (or isneylan, according to this picture). I never really liked the Celebrate! stuff, and this is more classy and magical to me. I also love the way I edited this picture so you can kind of see us. And how frumpy I looked because I forgot a sweater so had to wear an Indiana Jones sweater over a skirt. HOT.

11. Our Disneyland tradition, clam chowder soup bowl in New Orleans Square. I really can't describe the party my mouth experiences when I eat this delicious meal when my feet are aching and my heart has exploded from joy. If you don't eat this when you go to Disneyland, you're seriously missing out.

12. Another Disneyland tradition is going on Space mountain last, because you always want to end the day zooming through space at hyper speed in the front row, right? Right. I also like to sacrifice sitting next to Jake on this ride to sit next to Katie since it's our favorite ride.

13. Last but not least in California, we went to my favorite restaurant, Ruby's. Oh my delicious. It has yummy shakes and burgers, and a beautiful view of the ocean because it is perched right on the end of the Oceanside pier.

14. These are the mugs that Jake and I made at As You Wish for our anniversary. I can't wait until they're done! They both turned out really good, if I do say so myself. We had an amazing anniversary, Jake bought me flowers, we went to the Air Force Air Show in the morning, then went to As You Wish before we finished our night at the Salt Cellar (our "place") in Scottsdale. If you have not been, find yourself a rich man or woman and force them to take you on a fancy date there.
It is to die for.

My Spring Break was so amazing, I hope that all my friends had just as wonderful a time as I did!
Do your homework tonight, and have a good week back at school, my friends!

For Katie's version of our trip, go here. :)

*quote by Hal Borland.

13 March 2011

It only takes a moment...

for spring break to be over and you have to go back to your horrible 8 classes and being scared of failing everything.. so I'm going to make the best of this break!
So far, my spring break has been so great!
 It started out Friday with having Friday Best Friend Time. Katie came over and listened to me and Jake bicker over a test that we had to take for one of our online classes, then Katie and I went on a wild goose chase to find the camera repair shop since my camera decided to jump off my table and break it's face. True story. We were going all fine and dandy when my navigation suddenly went crazy, and took me over 20 minutes out of the way! We got at the place at 5:03... and OF COURSE it closed at 5.
 I'm not supposed to have a camera, I guess!

After that craziness, we went to the mall to get my bridesmaid's dress for my good friend Krista's wedding, then did a little shopping at Forever before we had to meet Amber, Jessica, and Lauren at Hale Theater.
We met up with our friends to see Hello Dolly! which Amber's boyfriend is a lead in!


It was so cute! I wish that we still wore those cute southern bell dresses and had social norms, like in Gone with the Wind! It would be perfect.
{ btw, that isn't Amber's boyfriend ;) }

After the show, we were walking back to my car to drive to wherever we were going to eat, and Katie's eyes landed upon one of the most beautiful sites of all time. A princess carriage. We decided to be daredevils and take pictures on it before anyone came out and noticed!

After we got done climbing all over this beauty, Amber's boyfriend called:
Thomas: "Hey, where are you guys?"
Amber: "Outside by the carriage! We decided to go to Applebee's!"
Thomas: "Awesome! Don't touch the carriage!"
Amber: "Umm..."
Then our fairy god mother conjured up a horse and we drove the carriage to Applebee's
And by that I mean we took my jeep. It's so fun to just hang out with friends and eat! I didn't stop laughing the whole time we were there.

Yesterday, Jake and I hung out most of the day! He pretty much had to, because he was leaving for San Diego in the morning and I would miss him oh so much! We watched TV for a while, then we went to Oregano's with my dad! I sure do love Oregano's. Even if we have to wait 45 minutes to be seated! We had so much fun and ate too much food.

Today I worked with my little Olivia. She's so sweet and loves when I sing to her. She makes me so excited to be a music therapist.
 After work I came home and practiced some music and watched Sister Wives. I don't care what anyone says, I like that show! It made me want to watch Big Love (and I LOVE that Gigi from He's just not that into you is on that show) but it's not on Netflix. Sad day!
This is a really good start to spring break. I can't wait for Oceanside and Disneyland this week with my best friends!

I'm off to church. Happy Sunday!!
It only takes a moment, to be loved a whole life long.

*Quotes from Hello Dolly.

11 March 2011

I want everybody to be pea-green with envy!

Oh my goodness, if you guys could have seen Jake today!
Jake got his NROTC uniform at the beginning of this week, and today (technically yesterday, but still today because I haven't gone to sleep due to ridiculous amounts of studying) was the first day that his battalion wore them! Oh my goodness did he look good in them. I melt over a man in uniform!

Unfortunately, Jake won't let me post a picture of him in them. Sad face. Something about the Marines not doing that blah blah blah. Who cares if he gets in trouble if everyone can be jealous of how good mah man looks, right? Well, he thinks I'm wrong. So I got creative and found this:

Thank you, Google Images!
So just imagine this face and hot bod:

via Jake's old disgusting LG Chocolate and being far away in Virginia at OCS. Sad face.

in one of THOSE uniforms! Double swoon!
Plus, I don't know if you know this, but Jake is kind of a big deal. I'm bad at remembering these things, but Jake has the highest rank in his battalion! Commander something-or-other. It's a real rank. Look it up.
On his hatty-thing (also a real Marine term), he gets an Eagle Globe and Anchor, and he also gets these other pins that go on his collar that mean that everyone else has to salute him, even from Army and Airforce ROTC!
I'm dating a celebrity.

Well, if you like, they shall be green.

*Quotes from Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind

09 March 2011

Do you fast?

Happy Ash Wednesday!

Can I just start by saying fasting sucks?
Ok, now that I got that out of my system, I'll talk about how GOOD fasting is for you.

In the Catholic church, we have the season of Lent. This is a time where we reflect on the sacrifices of Christ during the 40 days and 40 nights that he went without food in the desert and was tempted by the devil. So, during Lent, we fast for 40 days and 40 nights, starting with Ash Wednesday where we are reminded "that thou art dust, and to dust thou shalt return." Gen 3:19.

{my camera broke, so you'll have to bear with my crappy phone pictures. :) }

When I was younger, I was confused by the way we fast. I thought that fasting was to not eat. I also knew that you couldn't survive more than a week without eating. I knew I was going to die from Lent. Ok not really, but it was confusing! But then I was given a chart and was told to pick something everyday that was hard for me to give up.

How is that like what Jesus did for us? When he was tempted in the desert, Satan changed rocks into bread and Jesus refused it. I guess that's kind of how I think about it. If I have the ability to still do the things that I choose to give up, and I refuse them, then I am being like Christ. The devil can't tempt meThis season is all about being more like Him, and making large sacrifices to show that you understand what He did for you.

So this year, I'm giving up laziness. Laziness in EVERYTHING. Because I'm pretty dang lazy. If I could, I would lay on my couch all day. If you've ever been on my couch, you'd know why.
Anyways, starting today I'm going to give up being lazy. I'm giving up procrastination. I'm giving up fast food (you ALL know it's lazy to go to fast food places, don't hate!). I'm giving up NOT working out. I'm giving up laziness!

I'm really excited about this. And blogging about it is going to hold me way more accountable. I know that through Him I can change my life and learn through His sacrifices.

Do you fast? Give me proof of it by your works.
If you see a poor man, take pity on him.
If you see a friend being honored, do not envy him.

Do not let only your mouth fast,
but also the eye and the ear and the feet and the hands
and all the members of our bodies.

Let the hands fast, by being free of avarice.
Let the feet fast, by ceasing to run after sin.
Let the eyes fast, by disciplining them not to glare at that which is
Let the ear fast, by not listening to evil talk and gossip.
Let the mouth fast from foul words and unjust criticism.

For what good is it if we abstain from birds and fishes, but bite and
devour our brothers.
May He who came to the world save sinners, strengthen us to complete the fast with humility! Have mercy on us and save us.
St. John Chrysostom

08 March 2011

It is a thing that can hardly exist in the practical North.

Happy Fat Tuesday everyone!

Oh how I love the South, and how I wished I lived in New Orleans. My love for New Orleans grows the more and more I learn about it. It all started in Disneyland...

When I was a weee child, Haunted Mansion (which is in New Orleans Square) was my absolute favorite ride. When we went back my senior year in high school, I fell in love with the architecture of this little part of Disney.

When Jake and I went to Disneyland together for Halloween in 2009, we had a few small miracles happen. Not only did we think it was the cutest thing ever that our room number at our hotel was 319 (our anniversary), we decided one night that we wanted to eat at Disneyland's one nice restaurant, The Blue Bayou. We trudged our tired feet over there around 4 o'clock to make reservations and...they were booked! We were so sad. Then a nice lady came up to us, apologized for eavesdropping, and told us that her date cancelled on her, and she believed that someone should be able to enjoy her reservations even if she couldn't.
Miracles happen!

This was our first taste of New Orleans food! And it was delish. I ended up adding gumbo permanently to my recipe box.
After that, Jake and I sat outside and watched the rest of Fantasmic. Following the show, real live jazz bands began playing around the Square. Oh my goodness, I was in love. New Orleans Jazz is everything that I love about life. It's vibrant and playful and silly and can be soothing. I wish I could play an instrument that could be in a Jazz band!

Not long after that, my second favorite Disney princess movie of all time came out.

via Disney

Jazz, Jazz, Jazz!
This movie just increased my desire to be a part of New Orleans culture. If only!

And today, my friends in New Orleans are celebrating Fat Tuesday with Mardi Gras! I wish I could be there. Not to get beads, but to see the tradition! Also, because while I'm there I'm getting married here:

It looks like the Disneyland castle. Except prettier. And a church. And beautiful! No big deal.

In honor of Mardi Gras, since I cannot really be there as much as I'd love to be, I'll settle for this.

Srsly, my favorite restaurant of all time. It's delicious, nutritious, and New Orleans style! I only said nutritious because it rhymed. Don't hate. Srsly again, if you haven't had this place yet, go tonight. Celebrate Mardi Gras (even if you're not Catholic!). Be adventurous. Eat the Mardi Gras Chicken. That's what I'll be eating.

For the soul of it is romantic, not the funny and the grotesque. Take away the romantic mysteries, the kings and knights and big-sounding titles, Mardi Gras would die, down there in the South.

*Quote from Life on the Mississippi by Mark Twain.

It's night before it's afternoon.

I really shouldn't be up this late. And if I am up this late, it should be because I'm practicing piano, doing theory homework, or playing android Word Friends Scrabble with Katie.

But there is a man in my life. This man keeps me up all hours of the night, tempting me with his sweet music, cute face, and silly jokes. He is the reason I refuse to go to sleep. I can't imagine my nights without him.

via NBC

Oh Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy.
I love when you reflect as Bieber, and I love when you're bothered as Edward. I love when you beat people at beer pong, and I love when you sing all 5 octaves on the piano. And I secretly love that you're the reason I'm not sleeping.

I'm a Jimmy Fallon fangirl.
Are you?

How did it get so late so soon?
*Quotes from Dr. Seuss.

06 March 2011

No one has ever become poor by giving.

One of my friends from high school has the cutest blog ever about how she believes in unicorns and has the cutest outfits in the world, and she's so sweet in doing giveaways for her followers!
You can find her here!
She is definitely an inspiration, but I don't have the hookups to do giveaways from Shabby Apple, as much as I'd love to!

Ashley doing this made me start thinking about how I give to my friends. I didn't even realize it, but yesterday I did a big favor for one of my friends in the blogging world! The reason I say "in the blogging world" is because it wasn't like I donated a kidney to her or gave her my blood after she got in a car accident (which didn't happen!).  Yesterday, I spent the night making a blog layout for my best friend Katie! She's going to blog about it later so I won't spoil that by talking too much about it, wait for her post to go and see it and then tell her how cute it looks.

Giving is more than the physical presence of something that you can look at or hold. Giving is about so much more sometimes. It's about opening your heart to someone even if it's scary. I had an amazing talk with someone the other night. She really made me open my heart and think differently about some things. She really gave me her heart and let me hold it -- that's something only brave people can do.
So give a little something to someone today.

In the giving spirit, if anyone else wants a blog template, I'd be happy to make one! I made mine as well as Katie's. It was so fun and I really enjoyed learning about how to make them. I'm not amazing, but it's pretty good for an amateur, if I do say so myself. :)

*Quote by Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl.

04 March 2011

"You have got to keep autistic children engaged with the world.

You cannot let them tune out."
- Temple Grandin

Today was a superficial day. I woke up, showered, did my hair and makeup, thought about how cute I looked in my cowboy boots, then began to take pictures of my apartment for this blog post.
About half way through taking pictures I realized I had to go turn in my time sheets to work. This is where my post begins; where my thought process began and how I decided that today needed to be more than superficial.

When I was 13, my mom gave birth to a beautiful baby boy named Colton Xander Lobaugh. I had an instant connection with him, he was the only of my siblings that I had been there at his birth. I can't explain it, but I knew that there was something special about him, and that there was a reason that God had given me so much love toward someone I didn't even know yet.

When Colton was a year old, he got his vaccinations. And when I say he got them, I mean he got all of them. 7 in one day. Can you imagine the shock to his immune system? A day later my baby brother was sick... and that wasn't all. He was different.
At the age of 2 my baby brother was diagnosed with Autism.

{Colton Xander, plugging his ears, a common Autism trait}

When I was looking into majors at ASU, I came across the major "music therapy." In my head I said, "oh that's nice," and thought nothing of it. A week later I was at my grandma's house and she handed me an article because it reminded her of Colton. I wish I had that article today, because it was a major turning point in my life. It was the most beautiful article about an Autistic boy and his music therapist. That's when I knew exactly what I was meant to do.

{cutest picture ever}

So until I'm able to make a difference through music, I decided that I wanted to do as much as I could for the Autism community. I currently have the greatest job in the world -- I'm a habilitator for H.O.P.E. Group, LLC. I basically get to go to a child's house and teach them basic skills that are difficult for them to learn themselves.

So in researching for this blog (by researching I mean, looking for a good quote to be my post title), I came across a quote that I really don't agree with.

This is what we know, when you tell us of your fondest hopes and dreams for us: that your greatest wish is that one day we will cease to be, and strangers you can love will move in behind our faces.
- Jim Sinclair

This really made me sad. It's as if to say that anyone who is trying to help someone with Autism doesn't want that person to exist.
This simply just isn't true.
I love my baby brother more than anything in this world. He has taught me so much. He has shown me so much. He has given me a world that I would not have seen without him. I wouldn't trade him for anybody else's typical brother in the whole wide world.
I would never sit around watching my brother suffer. I would never sit back and let him not understand. I would never let him not be understood. My dreams are that I can make a better world for those who suffer, not exterminate them. My hopes are that one day my brother will no longer be degraded because of his disability. My greatest wish is that those with Autism live to humble people, and to show them compassion.

I have learned so much from my brother, and he doesn't even know the extent. So I will continue to hope for a cure and dream of a day when my brother no longer has to suffer, and no longer has to be trapped in his mind.

If you don't know anything about Autism, learn about it. Watch movies like Rain Man, AdamTemple Grandin. Read articles. Get involved. It'll give you a view into the lives of these wonderful souls who have captured my heart.

Be brave, baby brother.

01 March 2011

I never talk during music

-- at least, during good music.

I was definitely musical girl today, as I am most days. But I thought that today, since I had a wonderfulslowrelaxing day, I would show you (instead of having you blindly trust me!) how musical I am! Not to say I am good by any means (heaven forbid!), but just how much I enjoy singing and playing.

Stuck Like Glue from Brittany Lewis on Vimeo.

I have been singing since I could talk, and I've been playing guitar since I was 13. I love it! And it's absolutely perfect for the job I want to go into -- music therapy. What could be better than playing music all day to help people feel better?
Oh yeah, nothing.

As for the rest of my day, I had ear-training (bleck!) this morning, then voice lessons where I learned an awesome jazz song called Summertime by George Gershwin and got my British on with a song called The sun whose rays by Gilbert and Sullivan, then I came home and curled up in a blanket and read The Picture of Dorian Gray.

I know what you're thinking -- "BRITTANY! It was darn-tootin hot outside today! How could you curl up in a blanket?!>@(#!"

Riddle me this: It was hot outside, but freezing cold in my apartment. Like, 65 degrees. Fahrenheit. Without the air conditioning running. Conundrum!

After that, I paid some bills (double bleck!), then went to Buffalo with my Jake. Afterwards, though we really wanted Yodipity, we settled for yogurtini. Luckily they had my favorite flavor with my favorite topping, so I didn't cry too much.

The rest of my night will consist of an abundance of music theory homework that has piled up from me having a horrible migraine for over a week (triple bleck!). I'm pretty sure that the definition for migraine is music theory. Look it up.
What did you all do on this random Tuesday? :)

If one hears bad music, it is one's duty to drown it out in conversation.

*All quotes from Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray.