Thursday, September 13, 2012

Italian plums and a graveyard shift

Last night/this morning was my very first graveyard shift at the hospital.

I think I died a little.

Here's the thing, the night before I thought it would be a grand idea 
to stay up as late as possible so that way my body would have 
no other choice but to sleep in well past noon.

So that's what I did... 
5am Wednesday became my bedtime.

Then I woke up at 11am.

My body can be so rude sometimes.

I made it though... and now, to do it all over again today.
(Which explains the au naturale hairstyle which barely ever makes an appearance)

Good thing they had my italian plums at the market.

Definitely made everything better.


♥Mishi à la mode♥ said...

Never seen these plums before. Are they better eating just ripe.. or really ripe like the mushy watery texture? They look really juicy and fresh!

By the way, I am having a giveaway with beauty products from Asia. Hope you'll get a chance to check it out ^_^

Ashley {hudson's happenings} said...

Loooooooove your hair this way, lovely!! Looks amazing!!

Hang in there with the late CAN do it!!!! I'm proud of you!


Always Maylee said...

I'm not sure I could handle the graveyard shift, I am so not a night person. You can do it though! Thanks for stopping by, let's keep in touch! :)

xo, Yi-chia
Always Maylee

Elle Sees said...

i swear you can make plums look exciting!

Adela Sasu said...

Haha cute! And I love plums :) your hairs amazing! Sorry about the night shift. Must be hard :/

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Becky [Apples of Gold] said...

Hope your second graveyard shift turned out to be better! Love those beautiful natural curls! Enjoy your non-frizzy hair for me, girl! This Cali water is very unfriendly when it comes to my hair... My curls look so much nice in NY. =(
I love plums!! Yummm!!

Alexandra Durbin said...

Your hair is stunning!!
Good luck on those graveyard shifts. My husband works nights and I understand now how hard it is to completely flip your once regular sleep schedule. You can do it!

Devon @ TheMermaidChronicles said...

I've never had Italian plums, and now I'm convinced I must try them! Great pictures. I hope you found some time to rest this weekend!

Anna said...

the first graveyard is always the hardest. :( on the plus side, your skirt is super cute!

DoublClik said...

I have been absent from the blog scene in so many ways and seeing this post made me miss you so much! I need to get BACK on the horse! Look at those beautiful black locks of yours!

Dancing Branflake said...

Beautiful photos. Oh man, that's a tough shift. I don't envy you!

Jill said...

Those are really lovely shades and I like your hairs. So lovely.
Thanks a lot for the post!

Jill @

Liesl said...

Oh how I love some plums! Good for you making it through the graveyard shift...I can only imagine! :)

Paige @ Little Nostalgia said...

I think your natural hair should make an appearance more often! It's gorgeous! I have wavy hair and I've found it's so much easier (and healthier) to not straighten it everyday. Let the texture out!

Joshua and Ashley said...

I love love italian plums!

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