|This photo is from the day I got it, when the paste was dried on.|
|This was from the next day when the paste was removed.|
Next to the henna tattoo booth was a booth selling monsters and I instantly fell in love with one of them. I have some seriously awesome stuffed animals, including a Sonic the Hedgehog and a Yoshi, but they are all really small and not great for cuddling. This monster was big and soft and adorable and only $10, so I bought it immediately. Also, it was the only one made out of this super soft material, so it was basically fate.
|There's a monster in my closet and I couldn't be happier :)|
My third and final purchase of the day was at a booth with an overwhelming amount of bead strands and cool rocks. I nearly bought a strand of quartz points but then I saw a box of big colorful smooth stones for $2 each, so I bought five of them.
|Future awesome pendants (I'll edit this picture later so you can see the great colors but right now I'm just trying to post this stuff before I go to bed.)|
|I couldn't fit my face in properly because of my big hat.|
And next week I'm going to Northwest Folklife Festival for the first time ever! I'm excited because people hacky sack there and also because I'm hoping I'll be able to buy a hula hoop there. Also, there was this guy performing at the street fair who is the best hack sacker I have seen in my entire life. He can juggle two hacky sacks with one foot. I put some money in his tip jar and then talked to him for a little bit. Unfortunately he doesn't live around here or I would hacky sack with him sometime, in the hopes that some of his skills would rub off on me :) I asked him how long he's been hacky sacking and he said 13 years. I have been hacky sacking for 10 years, but there was that whole 9 months where I couldn't walk and then I had to relearn everything. But once the weather gets nice, I'll go hacky sack in the park when I get off work again. I'm out of practice.