Dinky Hot Chocolate & Knickknacks

Tiniest cup of hot chocolate that ever existed

It’s been awhile since I actually posted anything huh? I’ve been keeping myself busy by doing homework, making jewelry, goofing around on Tumblr, and somehow I managed to hangout with 3 of my best friends during the week. Tim and I had a burping contest on Wednesday (OH-SO-CLASSY), on Friday I ate lunch with Shanice and helped her find a sweater dress, and yesterday I helped Jen pick out new frames at Walmart. Good times.

This morning I went to the flea market with my mom and got the dinkiest cup of hot chocolate EVER. And it was $1.50. At least it was tasty (unlike a certain popular coffee franchise’s hot chocolate… *cough*Starbucks*cough*). Luckily, we found awesome deals elsewhere. I found a Star Wars calendar from 1981 and I plan on making collages out of the pictures in it, and I got a Leonardo action figure decked out in Indian gear, or Native American (whichever you prefer).

I had to get this because it reminded me of Karen O.

I also got a western-ish belt that I can put my rodeo belt buckle on. I AM SO EXCITED. But I didn’t take a picture of it, and I’m too lazy to. My SD card effing broke so I have to rely on my phone’s camera for awhile. *disgruntled noises* My mom and I also spent 15 minutes untangling a bunch of jewelry and got some nifty things.

Here’s a few other things I found:

Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera! This thing looks nothing like Yul Brynner.

My sister and I had this poster in our room when we were youngins.

The sign on the building says "Jesus is Lord"

Okay, so that’s all from me. I’ll try to make more worthwhile posts in the near future. And speaking of the near future, my Etsy store should be opening REALLY SOON. And that means my first give-away will be happening REALLY SOON too. All capping “really” and “soon” just makes things look more exciting right? RIGHT? <– okay, that’s just obnoxious now.

outfit details:

  • hat: H&M
  • dress: Tucker for Target
  • hoodie: Merona
  • bomber: Espirit
  • belt: Target
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4 Comments

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  • I was in love with Donatello 🙂 Thats actually a normal size of hot chocolate here in Australia, Americans do everything such big portions 😉

    • My favorite was Donatello too! If they had an action figure of him in cool Native American duds, I would’ve bought him in a heartbeat. 😀

      Hmm, well I guess “Go big or go home” is a popular saying in America for a reason. :/

  • For sure caps makes your emphasis AWESOME.

    (I do it all the time. lol)

    • YAY ALL CAPS! By the way, thank you for your lovely comments about the Rapunzel necklace I’m giving away. 😀