Wednesday, February 24, 2010

My Poor Car

Today did not start off very well. I stepped out of the house to head to work, nice and early. The first thing I saw from the porch was that one of my car windows had been smashed in. Luckily nothing was taken, but I had to spend my morning filing a police report and getting my car fixed. So I was 3 hours later for work than I would have liked, plus I was out the money for a new window. Such is life, I guess.

What I Wore While Talking To the Police:

2010-02-24 combo

  • dress (it's really old, so I don't remember, but I think I got it at Ross)
  • sweater (J. Crew via Goodwill)
  • red suede pumps (Jessica Simpson via Goodwill)
  • brooch & necklace (via Goodwill)
  • earrings (via Macy's)
What I Ate While Waiting For Car Repairs:

2010-02-24 food

  • breakfast: sandwich thin with fat free cheese and egg, tangelo
  • lunch: leftover veggies and rice with 1 oz chicken, celery, apple, cheese stick
  • snack: hot tea, yogurt, SoyJoy, orange
  • dinner: WW Old Fashioned Chicken Pot Pie
  • dessert: mini microwave cake (5 pts, not pictured)
What I Did Before I Knew The Car Was Smashed:

2010-02-24 exercise

Total for the Day: 29 points, 30 minutes exercise (2 activity points earned)

14 comments:

Sabrina said...

Love all the red!!! Those red pumps especially are awesome!

Work With What You've Got said...

Yeah. Welcome to the neighborhood, car window smashing is some sort of youth hobby around here I think.

At least you looked hot.

Kathryn said...

That is a really unfortunate story. At least you looked great dealing with the cops and can keep a good sense of humor about it.

Kimberly said...

Oh man, that sucks!! The fact that you were able to thrift those awesome red pumps should make up for it though! :-)

LaShaune said...

So sorry to hear about your window. I truly know how that sucks rocks! Glad nothing was stolen.

Love the red!

nurmisur said...

Sorry to hear about the car.
But you look great in that outfit.
Do you try a new eye make-up? It looks great.

EvaNadine said...

im late in saying this, since others have already commented, but those shoes are HAWT! an amazing purchase regardless, but thrifting them? insanity!

Tina said...

Sabrina - thanks!

Erin - Yeah, when I was talking to our neighbors they said that the street you live on is particularly bad, which sucks b/c we were thinking about buying a house on that street.

Kathryn -yeah, no need to make a big fuss about it. I can't change it. :)

Kimberly - I think these are my best shoe thrifting find ever. I like them even better than the two pairs of Manolo Blahniks that I got one day.

LaShaune - thanks! THere was nothing worth taking. I wish they had seen that before they smashed the window.

nurmisur - Thanks! I did do my makeup a little differently. I used eyeliner on my bottom eyelid, which I don't usually do. I can't believe that you noticed that.

EvaNadine - thanks! I felt hawt. ha!

Kasmira said...

Oh, I love that necklace! When you get tired of it, let me know and I'll trade you something for it!

Brooke said...

Aw, Tina, that sucks. I've been there. But at least there was no angry yelling old man involved!

And I love all the red and gold and that awesome necklace!!

THe other tina said...

that stinks!! I have had that happen to me before (twice). I felt violated! I do like your taste in late night tv talk shows. Jon Stewart is yummy!

Honeybunches of Roses said...

that's terrible about your car...so, so sorry...

BBM said...

i LOVE, LOVE those red pumps!!!

Tina said...

Kasmira - Thanks! I think you must really like it, b/c I'm pretty sure you made the same offer last time I wore it. I'll send you an email...

Brooke - very true! No scary men threatening me is always good!

The Other Tina - John Stewart is so funny and smart. A wicked combination!

Honeybunches - thanks! It's all better now.

BBM - Thanks! Me too. And even though they are sky-high, they're not miserable to walk in.