|Some of the stuff that's piled places is really pretty. I got these lovely teacups for 50 cents each at a |
yard sale, and I got this H.G. Wells treasury at a thrift store for 50 cents. It's 50 years old!
The yard sale where I bought these teacups had so much vintage stuff! I know of so many Etsy sellers that would have loved those things to sell, or blog people who would have loved those things to have. But, alas, I am not made of money, far from it. I just filled out a job application for Jack in the Box, at a really sketchy Jack in the Box location, where what my buildingmates refer to as "wannabe crackheads" hang out in a group of five or more at a time and gawk at passersby.
|My parents found me this clothes rack thing at Walmart, because this room has no closet.|
I'm actually really liking it here so far. As you can see from the second picture, my room gets a ton of light. Everyone I've met has been really nice. Old Drunk Guy lives on my floor and he likes to come by my room and ask me how my day was. He always invites me to go hang out on the porch with some of the guys who like to talk and drink PBR around 5 o clock. I'm not quite ready to be that social yet, but I'm doing pretty well. I have even left the house at least once every day since I moved.
In other news, I adore Felicia Day in "The Guild" webseries, and I just started watching her vlog called "The Flog" and, unsurprisingly, she's just as awesome as her character in The Guild. There are only 16 episodes of The Flog so far and I may or may not have watched them all today. In one of them, she recommended this browser game called Fallen London and I started playing it. I may or may not be addicted to it now. It's actually a better game to get addicted to, because you keep on having to wait for all your stuff to refresh after you use it up, for about 8 to 9 minutes. So during that time, why not do important stuff that you weren't doing while playing the game?! And then if you do important stuff for about 15 minutes at a time and then play the game as a tiny break, it's actually super efficient and doesn't make you get tired of doing the important stuff. The storyline for Fallen London is slightly ridiculous and incredibly interesting. It also lets you choose between lots of different options for things, so everyone's game will end up different. I think it's pretty wonderful and will definitely keep playing.
So to recap: I like my new place despite it being very very small, Felicia Day is a fantastic role model for females, and Hidden London is a super fun game that also allows you to be productive.
And in other other news, G took me to watch Ted yesterday and it was completely hilarious. I got an ab workout from all my laughter. After that we went and cooked dinner at his mom's house, because she has an indoor grill thing to put over the burners. Protip: Steak tastes really really good if you use a spice rub of salt, pepper, oregano, red pepper, cinnamon, and nutmeg. And it smells amazing when it's cooking.