Monday, March 30, 2009

Me got nails!

I got my nails done for the first time, and I gotta say, I could get used to this. Though the salon that I had reserved a manicure with actually LOST my appointment. HOW?! I ended up at the mall at a small little walk-in nail salon (with smell and all). I got to watch either Nascar or Saved by the Bell with really bad reception. Quite daunting for a first experience, but a fruitful one nonetheless. But who can complain when you've got Zach and A.C. Slater? French manicures are cute!

My dinky little hand

Other than hanging with my sister and brother-in-law, I took some awfully cute pictures of my kitties I'd like to share. My oldie tabby is officially butt-buddies with Shiro! yeah!

And here is my sleepy little princess:


  1. You are a crazy cat lady....and I LOVE it.

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