Today’s the day after Obama’s birthday… so we decided to go shopping.
For shoes….(here, my favorites are the green plaid converse high tops and the combat boots- combat boots go with everything)
That’s a white jeans jacket to add to my collection, OVERALL SHORTS (OMG I LOVE OVERALL SHORTS! I’VE WANTED TO OWN A PAIR FOR SOOO LONG! sorry- excuse my reaction), and a button down black skirt. SO many outfit combinations by the way… I spent an HOUR in my room trying on new outfits… 😉
My favorite here would probably be the Revlon Matte Lip Balm… cause it’s a crayon and I know how to use a crayon (and not so much anything else).
Also, you’ll probably see some of these items in my August Favorites post cause why not? I’m already in love with them after all..
Oh and here’s a BIG BIG BIG shoutout to the best mom ever (my mom, obviously)…
She picked out almost all of these things herself, and bought them, AND supported all my crazy inside ideas for outfit combinations. Thanks mom! You’re the best!
And another shoutout to my dad. While he couldn’t be here for the day after Obama’s birthday, I know he wanted to. And not only that, but it’s almost like he’s here because I’m sharing all my experiences by blogging! That, and this is all coming out of his and my mom’s paychecks (since I’m too young to have a job 🙁 )
Oh wait! (sorry guys this is longer than I expected) Thank you Pei Pei Ahyi!
LOL I couldn’t put the other two colors in because, like a boss, I already wore them. 😉
Thank you everyone! I love you all!
Fatty Daddy’s is an ice cream shop on 1608 N Miller Rd #5, Scottsdale, AZ 85257 known for its fatty daddy macaron ice cream. The mini and fatty daddy’s are scoops of ice cream covered with a macaron and topped with a roasted marshmallow.
Fatty Daddy’s has a variety of flavors to choose from, including many cereal-based ice creams.
Yup, that’s right. INCLUDING captain crunch and nutella.
Here’s a picture of the nice gent who served us:
I got caramel ice cream topped with a salted caramel macaron and a roasted marshmallow. They’re known for their roasted marshmallows.
And for your viewing pleasure, here’s a video of a true professional roasting the marshmallow on top of my ice cream. 😉
As for the ice cream, it certainly LOOKED good.
Okay fine. Despite how well the marshmallow was roasted (it truly tasted like camping marshmallows), I was slightly disappointed with my ice cream. It was far too sweet for my tastes (but maybe that’s just me), and was also EXTREMELY filling.
From the perspective of five-year-old me, however, this ice cream would have made my day.
🙂 🙂 🙂
And to honor this monumental day, I not only read half of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (I had to save some for another day- I mean, come on), but I also dressed the part…
…in my Hogwarts scarf.
Also, kudos to snapchat for making a harry potter filter to mark the day!
Currently switching between reading Cursed Child and blogging,
P.S. Here’s a shoutout to the greatest aunt!
Yup, those are totoro socks.