Today’s post is coming in a little late as I stayed up a little too late with four of my blogger girlfriends (Kat is in town from LA so we met up with Mary, Helena, and Krystal. Minor sidebar, they all have amazing blogs if you don’t already follow them, check ’em out!) at dinner last night. Oops! I usually schedule everything in advance but yesterday snuck away from me with a last minute shoot and some other projects. So this is me, strolling into work at ten on a Friday.
ANYWAY. Do you guys watch CBS Sunday Morning?
It’s my favorite. I know I’m going to sound old when I say that I DVR it every week and almost never miss an episode. My mom and I text back and forth about whatever Jane Pauley is wearing that day and it’s become a little bit of a ritual – usually I sit on the couch and watch it with coffee while I make the following week’s to-do list, plan out my Instagram posts, and answer blog + instagram comments/questions from the day before. I think the reason I like it so much (besides the nature moment at the end – FAVORITE!) is that I always learn about something new and it sets me up for the week with something interesting to talk about when I go to events and meetings.
This past Sunday, they ran a feature on the Flat Earthers – a group of people who thought the world is flat. I found it fascinating as they seem like totally normal, level-headed people. I have to say that I in a weird way admire how deeply they believe in their stance. Also, I don’t really believe in anything (and I’m not talking about things like religion/right and wrong/moral values – I believe in those things) that strongly.
A while ago I read But What if We’re Wrong by Chuck Klosterman. I read it years ago so in all honesty I don’t remember everything, but it’s a fascinating non-fiction book. I love all of his books as he makes you think differently but for this one, the general premise is that in hundreds of years, the things we universally believe to be true could seem absurd and even totally wrong. It’s a really interesting book and definitely makes you think!
(So like, what if the Earth really is flat and we are all wrong.)
I mean… probably not but you never know! It’s interesting to think about what things we’re so sure are true now that scientists could disprove in a couple hundred years.
ASTR Blazer (also love this one, and have + love this one) // Good American Jeans // x Karla Tee // J.Crew Belt // BaubleBar Earrings // Vintage Chanel Purse // Loeffler Randall Boots // Karen Walker Sunglasses
Also, another sidebar.
Do you have a DVR? I’ve been asking people this question a lot lately as I’m genuinely curious.
I never had one until I moved to Brooklyn and love mine. But my younger friends tease me about my love of my DVR. I think because I never had one (slash, didn’t know how to use my ex’s DVR when we lived together) it feels luxurious to me; but I guess nobody has cable anymore and everyone just streams? I don’t care. I love mine!!!! I’m not great at remembering what shows are on which days, so it’s always exciting when I open it and it’s full of new stuff to watch.
Photography by Carter Fish.