I’m so sorry I’ve been away so long! I’m currently working on a few different posts featuring some projects I’ve been working on! In the meantime, check out my new camera that I got a few months back, the Panasonic Lumix GX1. I love it! For right now, Nikon D40, ahem, you stand in GX1′s shadow!
About a year ago, I discovered that I was wearing the wrong bra size. I had lost weight and suddenly realized that the joke I was making about being able to store most of my worldly possessions inside my bra was actually becoming increasingly accurate. As useful as that may be, I decided that I needed to get some bras that fit and actually function as they are supposed to. I was astounded to learn that I didn’t wear the 34B that I’d been wearing my entire life, but rather a 30C (which I’m actually a bit surprised about because women I perceive to be far smaller in rib cage size state that they wear a large band size than that–is everyone wearing the wrong bra size? :P). Turns out, not many people actually make a size 30C. High fives, anyone? So I kind of went on an obsessive rampage of buying bras online that I was sure would fit, and when they didn’t I couldn’t be bothered to send them back (i.e., time got away from me, kept forgetting, thought they’d somehow magically fit). In retrospect, that was really stupid.
I’ll be moving to a new apartment this summer and I’m trying to clear out some of the random clothes that I never wear. Right now I’m trying to sell some of these bras that I’ve never worn. I bought most of them online and for one reason or another never bothered to return. I’ll also be selling a few that I used lightly back before I lost weight. If you are around a 30C or 32B or 34B, you might want to check out my listings on ebay.
Today I got a craving for a salty snack, so I ran to my cupboard and to my dismay, there was nothing in there that appealed to me. Unfortunately this happens a lot. I must be a bad grocery shopper! I’m one of those people who, even when there is food in the fridge and cupboard, still has “nothing” to eat.
Just as I was about to give up, I found myself staring at a box of oyster crackers. I bought them weeks ago for the purpose of making a creative snack and opened them this week in attempt to soothe an aching belly.