So, this is embarrassing…I knew I hadn’t posted in a while, but I didn’t realize the last time was before Halloween! I really thought I’d have more time on my hands in Nashville, but between moving/unpacking, job hunting/interviewing, teaching an online course, and not yet having internet in my house, I have actually been quite busy. Estimating how long it’s going to take me to do things/how many hours are in a day is not one of my strengths.
But, most of my boxes are now unpacked and I have no money to go shopping for more things to put away, so I should have more time going forward to get into a regular routine of writing.
To update you on my life:
- I found a place to live. It’s seriously the cutest. Here’s my closet: (Well, the shoes part of my closet. Because duh.)
And my Christmas tree:
- No job yet, but I’ve had some good leads, so I’m hopeful that will happen soon. In the meantime, thanks Mom and Dad for keeping me alive. And thanks unemployment for keeping me skinny.
- I’ve gone on a couple dates in Nashville so far, and I have some…observations. More on that in a future post.
I don’t know yet where I’m going to set up my camera for future outfit posts. Also, I’m really only getting dressed every day to go to a coffee shop, so my looks haven’t been super exciting so far (although the girl at Starbucks today did tell me I looked very put together. Also, don’t judge that I’m going to Starbucks in the land of a million coffee shops. It’s right by my house and the nicest Starbucks I’ve ever been to outside of Mumbai, India.). All that to say, I’ll probably be posting some Georgia looks for the next couple of weeks until I get that part of my life more settled.
For now, here is my much-teased but now irrelevant Halloween costume. My best friend Delenna and I were a construction worker and a stud finder for Halloween this year. GET IT, GUYS??
Please note my interpretation of “steel-toed boots” below, as well.
Thanks for sticking with me, even as I’ve been MIA, everyone. I’ve missed our chats! Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving, and let’s talk soon! xoxo, Sarah Beth