Shopaholics Fight

It’s not very early again.

So what’s new? 

I had barely learned to hit the Target
Field Marshall was getting to me
TJ Max was my best friend
Before he joined the Old Navy

We crossed the Nordstrom Rack
Although it took Forever21
Prayed to the Lord and Taylor
that He Macy it done


Barely had our Hollister come
Inside the big Dress Barn
They noticed a few Famous Footwear
DSW called the alarm


As one we marched in heavy Saks
To ambush the Big Lot
Victoria whispered a secret
That Abercrombie&Fitch forgot

Yet we made it to the Finish Line
The Banana Republic riots we smashed
Celebrated with a Starbucks
With JC Penny’s we’d all cashed


LOL-shoppings a friggin battle…almost done 🙂

Keep UNraveling


I think, therefore I am…..

I think, therefore I am…exhausted.



And I Used To Write In Here

Yeah, it’s crazy, but true. May to June, June to July, July to August.. Over 3 months since I last posted on here. Dang.
I’m going to the land of Israel G-d willing, next Sunday so I gotta say, I have no idea if I am going to ever get a chance to write on here anymore (do they even have computers there? Kidding…) all my friends are in teh process of leaving, pakcing up, or panicking about the upcom ing school year. Most of them are going to Isreal like me, some are off to college and some aere still stuck in high school. 😦 My friend’s little sister is starting first grade; my little brother is starting school in fourth grade this week, all around, everybody is starting school.
I CANNOT believe that summer passed by this fast, although on the other hand, how did it take so long? I life guarded up in New York for the first half, made some friends and some money, had a wonderful time and missed it like crazy. I”ve been in Detroit ever since, shopping and worrying and shoping some more, and I have this last week to do the rest and finish up.
I’m so grateful that I had this month to spend with my friends and family, and that so many people offered me their sage advice on how to prepare for the upcoming year.
Hopefully, they do have computers in Israel and maybe I’ll be brave enough to post every week so that you can know what’s going on in my life. If you’re kinda the type who talks to me on the phone, I’m saying it straight up, I probably won’t be calling you. I wish I was but I’m horrible at keeping in touch. However, feel free to call my house phone where my parents will obligingly give out my Israeli number (it will sound American but I doubt it will cost American).
Anyways, I love you all, thanks for being faithful followers and I wish you much success in the upcoming year, and may you all utilize and appreciate every single gosh-darn moment and never take life for granted!

Keep UNraveling!

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