I haven’t given you guys a life update for a little while. So I figured I’d use my trip to buy pumpkins to fill you in. :)
For those wondering, post grad life has been super fun so far. Other than the fact that I’m super broke and unemployed… But I’m not complaining at all…
On one hand it’s not totally awesome that I don’t know how I’m going to start paying off those pesky student loans. But on the other hand…
IT’S SO NICE NOT HAVING TO DO ANYTHING.
And I’m not too concerned about finding a job right away. I know myself. I know how I am in certain situations. And I know that if I just took the first thing that came my way, something that I wasn’t excited or passionate about, I would end up miserable. So I’m very thankful for the time to really figure out what direction I want to take.
So in the mean time I get to spend days doing things like traveling up to Kenosha, Wisconsin just to get pumpkins. <3
AND GUYS. This place had a tiny little petting zoo that was full of goats, ducks, llamas, hens, AND MORE GOATS. I love goats. Almost as much as I love dogs. Which is saying a lot.
No joke. One day I’m going to own a badass little black goat and name him Billy the Kid. It’s happening. lol
Even though I LOVE living in LA. I have missed the midwestern fall weather so so so much. Fall fashion, fall drinks at Starbucks, everything about it.
Recently I’ve realized something about myself:
I like being cold.
There is something I love about warming up. I am most definitely a freak for this, and I know it. lol. But think about it. When you’re hot there’s only so much you can do. But you will eventually be down to your skin and then what? When you’re cold you can add layers on layers on layers.
I don’t miss being this pale however… Probably going to have to look into some organic spray tanning…
Side note. White pumpkins are really just the coolest things ever.
Kenosha is really such a gorgeous spot. We stopped for lunch at a little Mexican restaurant, who’s name totally escapes me now, that had some INCREDIBLE margaritas. The salsa was amazing. The food was soooooo good. I would literally make the hour drive up there again just to eat there.
I don’t mess around when it comes to a kickass margarita.
I also can’t wait for next summer because I definitely plan on visiting this beach for the sole purpose of jumping off the end of the pier.
I never imagined I’d drive to another state to get pumpkins. But it was definitely worth it. Can’t wait to drive back for some more of those margaritas.