Reading: Light Boxes by Shane Jones (Reading this for the 4th time. You must read this book at least once.)
Haute Cake Caffe, where I ordered the Orange Ricotta Haute Cakes. It's actually just gourmet pancakes with orange zest and ricotta cheese mixed into it and topped with berries, but it's still good. One of my dad's friends used to come to this cafe every Saturday for their chocolate croissant, so I'll have to try that one day. It's in a very cute area, so I recommend bringing friends here to show them that you know quainter areas than they do.
Kinokuniya Bookstore to buy some gifts for my twin cousins' birthdays. I grabbed them a bunch of cute items, but I really wanted to buy this set of alpaca pirates for myself. I have no idea what I'd do with them, since I don't play with my stuffed animals as much as I did when I was little, but they're so cute.
Sophie also visited Cannery Row, so I got a postcard from her, while Vivian sent me a DIY postcard from Taiwan. Jessy also sent me a postcard from Las Vegas, which always makes me think of the Killers. Tina brought back some cobichon from Japan, which she knows I'm obsessed with, plus a pack of stickers and some corn snacks that Vivian says she ate as a child, when she lived in Taiwan. I haven't tried them yet, but they look good. My friends really love to spoil me, don't they?
Rumi Neely has ever worn. I love all of her outfits, but this one is extra perfect. I love her berry velvet blazer from Theory with the not too girly skirt and the clunky, Balenciaga shoes. Plus, the hat! The hat just makes everything look more playful. I could only dream of looking this good during my trip to Paris. By the way, I really am going to Paris this summer. Any recommendations? I want to know how the weather is so I can start planning out extra chic outfits.