Sunday, October 27, 2013

Hello Monday

Mondays aren’t really that bad, come to think of it. Especially when you’ve had a productive and tenjoyable weekend. It may not have been the most fun weekend, but hey, it’s the little things that count, right? I’d say this weekend had a lot of little things that made it memorable.

For starters, I got my nails done!
Don’t tell me you haven’t done this at some point. Something about raspberries just brings about the 5 year-old in me. You get I ate them off of my fingers afterwards.

Yummy sweet potato and sesame chicken for dinner! (Probably 23848390284 calories, but calories don’t count after September, right? It’s “the holidays” according to all the department stores in the nation.

I actually love fall leaf colors. Sometimes I wish I could live in the Northeast just for fall foliage, but the tree down the street is fine for now.

Sunday night after finishing all my homework, we headed out to the Cheesecake Factory and enjoyed some yummy oreo cheesecake. My parents also both forgot their wallets so we sat in the restaurant for an extra half hour as my mom went back home to get it. It happens...right?

Any more exciting weekends? I’ve got a great post coming up tomorrow so check back for that soon!

xo, Hima


  1. Ugh, just looking at the photo of your dinner makes me crave for something like that... normally I don't enjoy the 'sweet and sour' stuff but it's late in the night and I just want something to eat, haha.

  2. Bahahahha your manicure is perfect ;] And don't worry, we all do that from time to time! And I totally agree that calories don't count this time of year...holidays are always worth it haha.

  3. I love raspberries! Yum! I do the same thing with olives. lol. I'm your newest follower on bloglovin :) I'd love for you to follow my blog too. xo


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