I took special effort to make today exceptional.
I got my tax return back and it was a whopping 67 dollars... or something like that. First, I went to the bank to cash it. I wore my red lipstick that smelt so divine that I wanted to eat my own lips. I looked like Miss America in my Navy, white and Red ensamble. It was a simple T-shirt and puffy hat with jeans but I looked fantastic. I felt gorgeous, despite having taken a shower just that morning. Secondly, I sat on the Muni all the way to downtown where I popped in to Rasputin. I turned eyes everywhere I walked, surely because of the red lipstick and the fact that I've got a thin waist with moderate breasts. Sure, it annoys me from time to time just whom I grab attention from but, it was one of those days where I could wave it off. I had my ipod in hand and a set list of pick-me-up plans. At the store I poured through the Dvd's like a kid at a candy store. I found three suitable titles in the sale rack and another collection set reasonably priced of Sex and the City. I was eager to have my housemate Jayme finish all the seasons since I had seen nearly all of them and enjoyed them. I was always like that, trying to share the interest of movies or television shows. And it was while I was searching through the racks of Dvd's that I remembered another happy event for the day: my movie list for my co-writers in Spellbound Cirque. I was so giddy after buying the Dvd's. I had managed to spend less than expected and I had found exactly what I wanted with plenty more ahead of me to look forward to. It was wonderful. I was frolicking down steps and spinning in circles. I had managed to shut out the pain from not eating and head over to the Movie theater area not long after my little adventure. The ride there was perfect. I got to sit down the entire way and not by anyone else. I was in the several car'd muni. Wonderful~ I got an ice cream treat first then headed to Five Year Engagement. I was the only one in the movie theater. XDDD Isn't the hilarious! Of course, after the previews five other people joined the theaters but the moment where I was alone was... at the risk of sounding redundant, it was spectacular. The movie was entertaining and cute, exactly what I wanted. It will likely be under-rated due to the sheer bad luck that it came out near the same time as The Avengers. Poor Thing. Afterwards, I stopped at my final outing for the night: Pizza Hut. I had been craving their breadsticks for weeks and finally satisfied that urge. I went home a satisfied woman.
And here I am, at the end of my days... happy.
Though I have a headache, I've been watching Sex and the City and drinking water peacefully with a robe and my favorite pajama bottoms on.
What a wonderful day.
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