There are really only three things to learn in skiing:
how to put on your skis, how to slide downhill,
and how to walk along the hospital corridor.
~Lord Mancroft, A Chinaman in the Bath, 1974
Ha ha! That quote is funny cuz it's true. For me, anyway. Good evening, Kitschies! I hope this Thursday passed you by in a blur - unlike MY day. Meh. It was not very busy at work today and that made the day drag on forever! On the other hand, I'm one day closer to our Ruidoso adults only weekend, so it was a necessary evil. While on my trek to work (which takes an extra 10 to 15 minutes thanks to the people who are just totally dumbfounded by the purty balloons in the sky), I realized that I forgot my flash drive. I swear. If I didn't have my arms attached to my body, some days I'd leave them at home, too. ANYway.
A couple weeks back, I posted a poll to see which color from my giveaway box I should wear first. It was pretty clear that you all wanted to see OPI Ski Teal We Drop. And I don't like to disappoint, so here ya go!
Ski Teal We Drop is a darkened teal creme. This is the first experience I'd had with OPI and I'm pretty impressed. I've had it on a manicure, or two, when I used to have acrylics (WAAAAY back when), but I'd never actually used it myself.
Edelweiss, the national flower of Switzerland. Kinda fitting considering this polish is from the OPI Swiss collection.
Well...it's Thursday night. You know what that means, right? It's Project Runway night!!! Tonight's episode looks especially juicy because it seems as though there may be a cheater in the mix. I have no idea who it might be, but I can tell you who I want it to be. I'm horrible!! So, I'm off to watch PR with a big bowl of popcorn (the hubs is at the studio tonight and PR is the one show he doesn't like to watch with me - hmmm...wonder why?). Until tomorrow, my dear Kitschies! One more thing. Don't forget to sign up for my recipe exchange! I'm taking names until October 12th, so hurry on over there and get the details before you miss out.
Listening to: Little Lion Man by Mumford & Sons (quickly becoming one of my fave bands)