adventures with my pupillary distance // so I just about died with excitement when Frimoo offered to send me glasses for a review a week after I lost my health insurance, and a little more than a month before my vision prescription runs out. [um helloooooo perfect timing, right?] Well apparently PD is important + the eye doctor doesn't want to lose their revenue from eye glasses [legit, my last pair of glasses cost me five. hundred. dollars. so the businesswoman in me totally understands not wanting to give that revenue up] ANYWAYS. so I don't have a ruler, so my sister + I went to Publix and instead of buying the $1.99 protractor, tried to measure it in the store. Then we went to the new Warby Parker store in Buckhead where they measured it for me for free. I also promised I wouldn't blog about this. It's too funny not to share though.
I built a football watching fort // okay, so I haven't really blogged about it, but I've been going twenty million miles an hour for all of the weekends. I also don't think I have another free weekend until JANUARY. so Saturday I built a little fort out of the couch cushions, filled a cooler with beer and brought it into the living room, and laid on the sofa watching football for the entire weekend. I feel zero parts sorry about it. Best. Weekend. Ever.
people trust me around open flames // I left a candle burning. a three wick candle. burning in the apartment for four. hours. FOUR HOURS. there was almost zero wax left when I got home. it's a mystery to me how I haven't burnt a house down yet. [dear future landlords, please don't hold this against me. I only buy candles that are encased in glass. never the kind that are just like a wide open flame. somehow I feel like that makes it safer.]
there's a whole floor of tiny human things at the new Restoration Hardware // Restoration Hardware just opened a six story incredible looking building. The fifth floor is solely tiny human things. I touched on how I don't know if I have a good grip on my decision to have my own tiny humans last week, but the tiny cheetah pajamas. and the tiny couches. and all of the other tiny human things. I couldn't deal. This man walked by me + Eva having issues over the tiny cheetah pajamas and literally laughed out loud at us. I mean. I know people laugh at me all the time, but I've never witnessed anyone LOL at me when I wasn't trying to be funny.