04 May 2008

my weekend in summary

Warning: whiny teenage girl dead ahead. Runrunrunrunrun. This is more to get it out of my system than anything else. >_>

I love going places. I do not like necessarily the cost of public transportation to get there, but I do love the outcome. This weekend a lot of awesome things are happening, and I'm sitting at home.

Oh look I'm not here. Total minutes on the phone with friends that are there, letting me listen to the concerts they're at: 30. Total sightings of Jenny from Gossip Girl in scene queen garb: 1 (at the portapotty)

Also not here. I am not a bona fide City girl because I actually enjoy other parts of my state I guess. Hoboken doesn't stink, it's like the cheap Williamsburg. Not by much but hell it's still good considering. If you haven't been to the Hoboken Arts & Music Festival and you don't mind taking the train from the City, then drop by next year. The food and the stalls rock hard.

Mhm, etsy stalls, freebies, and live music. So worth going.

I think this is the first of it's kind by TV? I would have loved to go but I didn't buy the $12 ticket and from what I've gathered most kids brought their old Abercrombie & Fitch and the likes to it. If anyone went, how was it? What'd you bring back?

What I did do over my weekend: Rescue a dog. I shall name him Niblets in my mind because he was a pain in the ass (a shiny, cuddly pain in the ass) and made me jump over two fences and rip my favorite pair of jeans in the process. I'm not the fence hopping rebel 11 year old I used to be, sadly.

For the most part is was worth it. I love animals, even if shoving one between a fence and a wall made it bite me twice. I still love animals. Needless to said though, I'm a cat person for the most part. Maybe Niblets knew that.

Woooooooo. Ebay auction is going well wooooooooo.


Amelia said...

Aww, this is sad. To console you, I will tell you that I'm not at any of those places either. However, they are a hell of a lot closer to you than they are to me, so...

Belle said...

Ahahaha Amelia if you were anywhere near me I'd so adopt you as my best friend. xD

bewkworm said...

ahh, the music and arts festeval was sooo much fun... even though i didn't get to buy any pretty jewlery. oh well, etsy is cheaper and i don't have to walk there. ah well, at least i got ga-ree puffs... and chicken satay... and a knish... and indian food... and zeppolis... and lemopade... and oganic honey... and italian ice. damn, i ate a lot

Belle said...


Zoƫ said...


gaohui said...

Bali is another organization that ed hardy Hats are known for their functional yet ed hardy Caps beautiful bras. Founded by Sara ed hardy Hats Stein in 1927.The Wonderbra manufactured by buy ed hardy the Sara Lee Corporation, is a push-up bra that was a sensation during its time. It was a big Ed Hardy Sale success and drew enormous amounts of interest. It was designed to Ed Hardy Swimwear make the bust appear larger, thus enhancing a Ed Hardy Swimwear womans cleavage.Here are more resource articles on cheap plus ed hardy swimsuits size evening gowns and plus size clothing for women.