Have you ever met someone and instantly became friends with them? Well, that's what happened with my friend Simaya and I. We exchanged fewer than 20 words before we followed each other on Tumblr, added each other on Facebook and said hi in the halls. We had never hung out outside the realm of school before so we went to the mall on Friday. Our conversation flowed effortlessly as we wandered around. I introduced her to John Green, insisting she read his novels. Two hours sped by and I was sad to say goodbye. Fortunately, that was only the first of our many adventures to come.
I documented my outfit of the day as well.
tank -- Target, cardigan -- Goodwill, skirt -- F21, shoes -- art teacher, necklace -- F21, rings -- F21, watch -- Kohl's.
Saturday morning I had tennis practice. I can feel my muscles tightening again after a few months of inactivity. Plus my serves are improving. I cannot complain.
Saturday afternoon I went to a matinee showing of Super 8 with my brother and a bunch of friends. If I had to classify them, they're my class of 2010 friends (no pun intended). Thanks to Academic Team and various other venues, I've grown to know them; so while they're still my brother's friends, I fit in just fine and I love that. The movie had its moments. It made me laugh a fair amount, the acting was good, but that doesn't mean I'd see it again. I'll be finishing a proper review of it on mix tape when I'm done writing this.
After the movie we goofed off in Books-A-Million. We looked at various board games and eventually settled into palm reading where hilarity ensued. I opted to just listening to what all the lines signified and photographing the event.
Afterwards we headed over to Moe's southwest grill. I ate these yummy vegetarian nachos as we engaged in amusing conversation.
Father's Day was relaxing. I spent most of the day completing a Nancy Drew computer game with my brother, 'cause I'm cool like that.
I hope everyone has a great week!