(Catholic University of America, if you didn't know that already...)
This evening I went and spent time with my friend Colleen (she is the one I went to school with in MN) at her college, which is conveniently just 8 (7? I'm not positive...) metro stops away. It was quite hot today in DC and so I was unsure what to wear. How do you not sweat to death outside or die of hypothermia in the air-conditioned class rooms? A scarf of course! Ok, that was cheezy, I just really, really like scarves - this one is a circle scarf by the way, and I didn't even know that when I got it, but that made it way cooler :)
old navy tank
old navy skirt
This ring was actually suuuuch an issue for me in class today. It opens and closes just like a normal locket would, so I was clicking it open and shut constantly - it was like a click pen, and probably just as obnoxious for the people around me :)
In case you want to put a face to the name, here is Colleen - she should be thanking me for putting up this picture, there are sooo many worse ones I could have put up. Let's just put it this way - we had a fun photo shoot ^^
Here are some shots of Catholic's campus: the dining hall, the basilica, and a pretty building I can't remember the name of, respectively....
So after getting dinner at the dining hall (a burger for me. ugh I eat so unhealthy sometimes! oh well, it was good^^) we walked around campus so I could get the full tour, and then went back to her room to watch some tv and chill. One of the perks of Catholic that is sadly and conspicuously absent at Gtown is cable - we have no tv :( Sooo, we watched a bit of Bridget Jones's Diary, which is a great movie by the way... Good times
Afterward we hopped the metro and got cupcakes at this new place called Red Velvet in Chinatown. I'm branching out, trying cupcakes from places other than Georgetown Cupcake. I feel like I just need to do a cupcake tour of the town. It's pretty likely. Freshman 15 here I come...
Have a nice day :)