I'm the book that beat the speed-reader, and I'm the card the dealers won't touch. And it's just not true I'm a man-eater; all the same, we should probably go dutch.
The things you pick up as you go.
A little bit of tough. Just my style.
With the advent of becoming a member of sites like Plndr.com and Modnique.com, I’m finding it so much easier to find the styles I want, from the designers I want, for less. Such a happy little shopper.
Note: Some Modnique sales even let you play the “Make An Offer” game, where you basically name your price for an item, and find out in real-time if it’s accepted or not. In other words, you haggle instantly for a piece of clothing you want with a representative via chat online. This makes my heart soar, as haggling in Italian flea markets was one of my favorite hobbies, and something I have an inherent knack for. I scored a Kid Dangerous sweatshirt yesterday, originally $70, marked down to $26, for $22 after about 5 minute’s worth of bargaining. It made my day.
I normally don’t do things like this, but I am seriously in love with this little bundle of joy in a BIG way. This is Steve Ward of VH1’s “Tough Love” fame’s little nephew, and I think he’s THE most PRECIOUS thing I have EVER seen.
If I could get a promise that a child of mine would come out looking like this, I’d have one. Tomorrow. Before 8 AM. ASAP. This child makes my biological clock HAMMER.
Ughghjjaksfhsadfkhkjsabdfkhasdfkkasjdfbasfdkj. I’m in LOVE.
So, I grew up spending summers at my grandparent’s house in Atlantic City. Every summer, my family and I would go to the Steel Peer and casinos. Trump’s Taj Mahal was always my favorite— I always wanted to be like Jasmine and spend the night in the tower.
Well, in light of my NC Spring Break plans falling through, I’ve started looking for alternatives, planning a trip to see friends and family through New York and New Jersey, culminating in Atlantic City to put my feet in the ocean and run in the (slightly warmer) sand.
And wouldn’t you just know…a tower room for one night at the Taj is $99?
Ohhhh, I’d DIE for it!