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Last Week in Pix / 2x2

It's the last week of 2012!! We made it through the end of the world (as we know it) and now it's time for a whole new world, a whole new year, a whole new lease on life!

Here are a few images from last week:

We had a shopping event at my studio, Yoga Shelter LA, and of course I chose a station right next to the food table. 
There were so many gluten free or vegan treats I didn't know what to do with myself! 

Wow. More chocolate. Typical. 
These were for sale in the +Jose Eber Hair Salon in Beverly Hills. It's a glittery purple pump made entirely of chocolate. They call it The Doriean. Just kidding

 And the salon looked gorgeous! All Christmasy and festive. Every tree was decorated with purple to match the salon...
Just beautiful. 

Oh, why was I at the salon? For work, of course. Model casting.
I don't really enjoy these things. I feel super judgmental the whole time. But, work is work.

 Last week was my office Holiday party. We went to dinner at Le Petit Four which was supa yum. Then we went to an improv comedy show.
I left early to chill with Certain Someone, but what I saw was comical. I heard it got funnier after I left. Eh well. 

Last Week I Learned:
1) They like me at my job. Apparently I'm doing a good job!
2) I was totally right about who Gossip Girl was! Okay, for awhile I thought Doroda. Then I thought Jenny. But for the last two season I've had a suspicion and I was RIGHT. But. I'm not sure what I'm going to do without Gossip Girl in my life...

This Week I'm Looking Forward To:
1) Volunteering today! Tis the season to give back.
2) Of course I'm looking forward to Christmas, even though I'm sad I won't be home.



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