Sunday, August 08, 2004

Grab Life by the Ventricles

Today was the last day of Tax Free Weekend here in the great state of Texas. Yesterday I bought my first Abercrombie and Fitch shirt. It's pink with blue letters spelling the store's name. Today I bought 2 jeans, one Z. Cavaricci and one American Eagle. Since I lost 20 pounds over the summer clothes shopping has been so much more fun. I can't wait to wear all my back to school stuff at school next week. Tomorrow is the one-year anniversary of my being a scribe. I'm celebrating by training 2 new girls at work. Talk about karma. BTW, Ouch!!

6 comments:

Diego said...

your first A&F shirt..*sniff*, my she's turned into a West Plano girl after all :P

prettydoc said...

Oh no, I'm getting sucked into the vortex!!

Anonymous said...

haha. 20lbs! you must be like a pole now.

maryam, did you see the color of paradise? what was the little girl's name in it? that played mohammad's sister? it was a really beautiful name and im trying to remember it. like "haniea". i just cant get the spelling right and it wasnt listed in the english credits.

20 lbs! congrats. you'll have to get a bodyguard to protect you from all the boys.

prettydoc said...

The little sister in Color of Paradise was played by Elham Sharifi. I think her character's name was "Honeyeh," but the character is called "little sister" so I can't be sure. I know someone else with that name; I think it's so cute. I used to sing "Honey" by Mariah Carey when I'd play with her when she was a baby.

Color of Paradise is a really good movie. It's so emotional and the scenery is beautiful. I remember that day when I saw it at the Inwood so well. It was such a fun day! We went to Picardy's Shrimp Shop and had fish and chips and we went to the this German market and some other little shops in that part of Dallas. Good times, good times.

Thanks for the encouragement, getzp. I can always tell when you post. You're so distinct. :)

Anonymous said...

I dont really think thats peters post. He wouldnt say "haha" nor speak of "boys and bodyguards". Not to mention the grammer errors and the capitalization flaws that are present.

Anonymous said...

she's right, actually. im all about boys and bodyguards. im still amazed. twenty pounds. thats some initiative. i think i lost that much in muscle since march. ;)