Note: I wrote this entire “Promming!” post in a single post and decided it was just plain too long and that nobody could possibly stay interested in my weird stories for that long sooo I split this little “promming!” shebang into two posts. Read on lovahs! P.S. sorry for no recipe, one will be coming at you soon. I’ve had zero time to even think about making a recipe and taking pictures and everything.
Okay, so I know I told you guys last Saturday that I would post pictures up from prom…so here we go. I’m not going to put up any of my date and I because I’m not sure how he’d feel about that if he just somehow found himself on some random blog. I know it’s unlikely and all and I’m just flattering myself but…I’m not going to risk it. Ehh well maybe one faceless pictures, that’s ok..right?!
Here’s how it all went down. Starting from Friday. I went to school like any good junior girl in high school would do. That’s me! Then I had two meetings for soccer. Went straight to my nail appointment.
Now I’m not sure how this is anywhere else, but a nail appointment at the place I go to means NOTHING. I waited over an hour for my “appointment”. After the long mani/pedi I headed over to the tanning salon. Let me set the record straight here. I am not a person who ever goes tanning. This was strictly for prom. I had a yellow dress, bad tan lines, a ghostly chest. It was inevitable. I am not jersey shore wannabe. I have never actually seen a full episode of jersey shore, despite the rave reviews from my friends….*gag*.
After the tanning salon, I finally got home around 8:30 and was finally able to eat dinner. I was kind of close to eating the seat belt when I was driving home because I was so hungry. Not really, but if it was covered in chocolate I think we all know how it would go down.
On Saturday morning, I started out with a soccer game at 11:30. We had to be at our meeting by 10 A.M., so I consider that a slightly early Saturday morning for me. We won our game (woohoo!) then every junior and senior left the field in a full track sprint to their cars to get to their hair and make-up appointments for prom. Some people literally had 5 minutes to make it to their appointments. Thankfully I was able to take a quick shower to wash off the mud (it was rainy during our game, by the way) but I didn’t wash my hair because apparently thats a giant no-no for up-do’s. Thankfully my hairdresser was able to put dry shampoo in and make me smell and look all pretty.
Random Fact of the Day: Subway was started by 17 year-old, Frank DeLuca who was only looking for a way to pay for medical school.