I have not been outside of my house since I got home from work yesterday. I turned down invites to two parties and decided I needed some "me" time. I read a few chapters in the Bohemian Manifesto, gave myself a manicure, cleaned my room, did laundry, gave myself a hot oil treatment, and watched Paper Heart, The Proposal, and The September Issue. Remember Me came in the mail today so I'll be watching that too later on and if I get bored I'll crack my LSAT book open.
(picture taken pre-manicure)
FYI, I'm a junior in college, a humanities major and my emphasis will probably be in art history. If not, it'll be my second major.Oh and I've decided to go to law school.
Since there's not much going on I'll leave you with a few paintings by one of my favorite contemporary painters, Mark Ryden:
The Pumpkin President, 1998. Random fact: prints of this painting were sold and proceeds went to the Obama Campaign.
Technically this isn't a painting. It's the cover of Michael Jackson's Dangerous album. It's quite fitting though since yesterday was the anniversary of his death. RIP
My introduction to Mark Ryden: 64 Goodbye Bear, 2006. I fell in love.