Happy first week of February! I read this diary entry and laughed out loud – so honest and so sarcastic at the same time. I am surprised it even bothered me in college that no one was in love with me and also wondering which boyfriend I was in between…*shrug* I thought about it and I was quite feisty in college so I don’t want to say I’m surprised but I’m also not surprised.

Now I just remembered it was the Day of Our Lives Actor I might have started dating shortly so I guess that worked out for a fun few months.

Anyway! I hope you had a great weekend. I actually put myself to bed early on Sunday night – like before 9 pm – I was really sad with the Super Bowl outcome. I don’t know how avid sports fans do it – the high and lows, my heart was just so sad when I came to the realization the 49ers weren’t going to win. This is a team I grew up cheering for living in Nor Cal. I mean you pretty much are born into it and my parents and I used to watch training camp in Roseville – the city next door from Granite Bay where I grew up. Man that was so sad, but I also have to say KC did a great job. I was. KC fan when Montana was quarterback ;)

I take off soon to Asia for three weeks and I’m sorta packed, but more like a pile of clothes are thrown over the clothing rack and I’m going to somehow make it fit. I’m also getting an IV immunity boost today and once again next Monday in hopes it will help me over there. I’ll discuss the trip and my thoughts on the Coronavirus in a few weeks. For now, I still do plan on going and having a great time, we aren’t going to China or stopping in there.

In regards to E+J, Jodie was my college roommate. They got married right after college and have three kids :) But remember, love and life has no timeline.

Off to work today need to really get it all done this week, I have garden updates coming up next! xx

Diana Elizabeth did date a Day of Our Lives actor. She interned at NBC in LA and met him there they dated for like 6 months or so. She thinks he’s still single? Unsure. Should Google. 

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive thrift shopper. You can typically find her in the garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party. She continues to blog weekly.


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