I have no outfits or teacher style for you today. In fact, I have no idea why my eyelids are not touching each other for a long period of time right now. My graduate orientation was on Tuesday. The professor told us to expect 9 hours of work a week, on top of 5 hours worth of class. Yeah.
Anyway, I thought I would pop in to say, hey, look! There's my face in a magazine. (Some people have asked whether or not the campaign has launched yet, so I decided to keep you informed.) One of my colleagues was in D.C. this week, and she picked up a copy of the Capitol File. As she flipped through it, there she found my face. Laughing. How illustrative of my personality. And the lovely crease that looks a little like the cousin of a second chin. And my name in big, bold letters. If I had a bucket list, I guess this would be an item I could cross off of it.
Anyway, if you want to see the online version, the media specialist at my school found it in a jiffy. Here it is. It's on page 30-31. I have no idea where else my face might show up, but if you see me in Elle, Harper's Bazaar, or the like, please let me know. I have a mother who wishes to buy every copy on the newsstand.
P.S. I was probably laughing because I was talking with the photographer and the beauty manager about the penis scene in Superbad. Inappropriate? Perhaps. Hilarious? Absolutely.