Many of my former students are starting their first years of college in the next few weeks, and I’m super excited for them. This excitement (fueled by their updates on FB) is often mixed with fear that I didn’t help prepare them enough… lots of should haves and could haves. Are they going to be screwed in freshman Bio because I didn’t make them memorize all the steps and intermediate molecules involved in the Kreb’s cycle? Oh my god I ran out of time and never covered phylogenetic trees/cladograms!!! Will they remember that hypo=under/below, iso=equal and hyper=over? Are they going to maintain the self control needed to keep from partying themselves into hungover dropouts?!?!? Will they remember my lesson on the benefits of delaying gratification? O.M.G!
My fears for the impressionable young minds of my students were revisited the other evening when B and I went on a booze cruise down the East River hosted by coed.com (probably/most likely NSFW). Coed.com is hosted on WordPress.com VIP (B is a developer at Automattic) and thus our invite and our free swag – blue sunglasses. For the record, B and I held it together, there was no vomiting over the side, all staggering was due to the choppy waves on the river and we exercised self control and moderation.
I bought this dress (called the Shore House Shift dress) from Anthropologie over a year ago on sale. It was a great buy because of the massive markdown, the high quality silk material and the cute little anchor buttons at the shoulder. It’s held up pretty well too, but I’ve only worn it about 3 times. This last time may be the last though, as I managed to get ketchup, pickle juice and just about every other condiment all over the front of it that night. I’m not known as the family klutz for nothing, here’s hoping that I don’t ruin it totally trying to get the stains out.
dress and bag: anthropologie – shoes: madewell also seen here – mustache necklace: purchased the renegade craft fair
I had to throw in this shot of B, because he’s cute and the glasses matched the lining of my bag.
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yay, glad you use the bag!