Monday, March 26, 2007
Vacation, all I ever wanted
Continuing in my new tradition of no longer acting my age, I went to Florida for spring break a couple of weeks ago. Granted, I spent the time with people FAR older than me, but still I felt a little silly telling normal people (i.e. non-law school people) my plans for fear they'd look for me to be showing my tail on MTV Spring Break like a fool.
It was good times, having a wee reunion with my group of friends who all used to live in Lexington. Two of them live in Ft. La-Ti-Dah now and helped host us all, so between free housing and a ticket that was sponsored, it was in the student budget. So what does one do on spring break in Florida when one is no longer a traditional college student? As it turns out, pretty much the same thing as always.
1. Breasts were fondled inappropriately.
2. Many drinks and some extra-special cookies were consumed.
3. The death site of a dead celebrity golddigger was visited.
4. Greasy food was consumed to combat the hangover.
5. Hooves got cloved.
6. More drinks were consumed, resulting in the inevitable tanline competition.
We also have a new addition to the Trading Faces household. I'm pleased to introduce everyone to Franklin, our newest snarky resident. Franklin, please give everyone a disdainful look.
Clearly Franklin is not in the mood to deal with you.
I realize I have been AWOL from the blog as of late. Law school really has drained me of what little funny I had. I will likely keep on this rare publishing schedule until the end of the semester (around Derby time). Please do stop back every now and again, and thanks to everyone for all the messages!