This looks great on me. It's a nice, jazzy neutral. It's sparkly. It's subdued when it needs to be. It's perfect. Like melted caramel. I've shown this one before but I wanted to show it again. It deserves it. The rest of Rodeo Diva is so amazing that polishes like Golden Spurs don't really get the attention they probably should.
I survived my first day back to school after being really sick for many days. I'm still sick, but I managed to remain upright and semi-talkative through many hours of class. We were taken "behind the scenes" at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History for museum studies yesterday. I saw hundreds of animals in jars, walked through a taxidermy lab and stood in a "cold room" full of dead stuffed critters. And I didn't throw up or hyperventilate. Just another day in pursuit of my masters in art history and museum studies.
Won't you not be my neighbor?
An update on my downstairs neighbors, whom I loathe. Last night they argued really loudly. I couldn't tell exactly what it was about; it was pretty muffled. I heard the chick yell, "You think I look FAT?!" but that's really all I could get. You know, I'm starting to get pretty pissed at these people. I turned on The Beatles to drown out the noise, but I could still hear bits and pieces. Not even Revolver can save me now.
So does anyone else share my love for Golden Spurs? It's elegant, right? Y'know, I've been finding new polish releases pretty boring lately and I find myself returning to polishes that I absolutely love from collections of yesteryear increasingly more these days. Is it just me?