Thursday, December 30, 2010

New Year's Resolutions

What with it being the 30th and all, I figured it was time to write up some resolutions. Here's a list of things I want to do/get done in 2011:

1. Start some sort of regular exercise besides rollerblading

2. Get a part time job

3. Have at least $7,000 in my savings by 12-31-11

4. Write more often, short stories, blogs, my NaNo novel

5. Become a Script Frenzy Winner!

6. Become a NaNoWriMo Winner!

7. Rock out at Talya’s wedding

8. Tone my thighs

9. Get my GPA up to a 3.3 or 3.4

10. Wear more cute clothing

11. Be Happy!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Passing My Classes!

After a truly grueling semester, I received the most wonderful news the other day. I PASSED ALL OF MY CLASSES! And not only that, I ended up with a GPA of 3.12! Which (while not exactly a 4.0) is fan-fucking-tastic! I am so happy, and super super proud of myself.
See, I have this problem with school. When things gets too hard, I give up. I stop caring and tell the world to go fuck itself. But the last couple of years I’ve been trying to teach myself to stick with things. Even if they’re looking impossible, it’s better to tough it out than to quit.
And you know what? It’s paying off. There were about a million times that I wanted to drop my chemistry class this semester. But I kept telling myself ‘just finish the semester’. It was possible that I would have to re-take the class anyway if I failed it. But if I dropped it, I would definitely have to re-take it. (And this was already my second time through General Chemistry II) I’m so glad I stuck with it.
Now I can head into the new semester with my head held high, super excited. I even bought all my text books already. (By the way, if you know anyone who might want a college level chemistry text book… I’m trying to get rid of mine).

In other news, some of my close friends and I have started a writing group. We meet Mondays and Thursdays online. We read and write short stories, work on our novels and generally have a good time. There is much joking around and playfulness, and a touch of seriousness. Come check us out!

I wanted to share my December reading list with you all out there in cyber-space (ugh, does anyone else still say cyber-space? No? Just me?) so here it is:
A Passage to India by E. M. Forster
White Tiger by Aravind Adiga
The Awakening by Kate Chopin
Player Piano by Kurt Vonnegut
Stardust by Neil Gaiman and
Full Dark, No Stars by Stephen King (if I can get my paws on a copy that won’t set me back $30)

Alright folks. Move along. Nothing to see here. Shoo! But come back later for more, okay?

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

December So Far...

Happy December everyone! I hope that any holidays you celebrate are either a) going well or b) going to be amazing!
I thought I'd post a quick update and let you know a few of the Things I'm Doing in December!

First off, in the wake of NaNoWriMo , I'm still feeling fairly creative. So I've been working on a short story. I've got a few bits written so far, and you can check them out over at the Online Writing Group I started with a few of my good friends. Check it out, I think you can ask for an invite on the site if you're interested, if not, comment here or feel free to e-mail me! (

Next I've been listening to some audio books. I've got a 40 minute commute to school and back everyday, so I finally decided to pick up an audio book to listen to in the car. I listened to the first 20 minutes in my car, and finished the other 13 and something hours at home over the weekend. I'd really forgotten how much I loved Dracula.

I hadn't read it since high school, and I'd apparently forgotten large chunks, or simply missed them the first time thorough. Well worth a second read!

Third, I thought I'd share a song that I've been listening to almost nonstop for the past... longer than I want to admit to. :o) It's a fantastic song called Through the Roof 'n' Underground by Gogol Bordello.

It's featured in the movie Wristcutters: A Love Story (which I need to blog about sometime, seriously, bug me about it folks).
(link to the video) Okay, I think that's about it for now! Check back later for more Things I'm Doing in December!

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

November Madness

  Okay folks, I know I haven't been blogging much (or you know, at all) lately. But I have a good excuse, I swear! I've been super busy with a couple of things, and I'm going to take a few moments to tell you all about them right now! Aren't you excited?

  First of all, I've been busy writing myself a novel, in one month! That's right folks, it's NaNoWriMo! What is NaNoWriMo, you ask? Why it's National Novel Writing Month, of course. Sillies. The basic premise is that you have 30 days and 30 nights to write your very own novel. Sounds impossible, no? No! It's totally do-able, you just need the right tools and the right encouragement! The event is international (despite the 'National' in the title) and it held from 12:00AM on November 1st to 11:59PM November 30th. Want more info? Check out the website

  Next up, I've been desperately trying not to fail all of my classes this semester. I'm taking Chem 2, and we all know how I feel about Chemistry . So that's suckish at best. I'm also taking Genetics, and I had no idea how hard that was going to be. So yeah, there's that.

  Besides academia, I've been making some progress on my reading list. I finally, (and I mean finally) finished Stephen King's Cell, which I highly recommend to King fans, anyone who likes horror stories and pretty much anyone who owns a cell phone. *wicked laugh* But seriously, great book. Go check it out!

  Okay, I think that's it for now. As usual, I promise to write more in the future! For example, look forward to these 'Things I'm Doing' posts in December:

Crocheting a Scarf
Finishing My Novel and
Making My Resolutions

Monday, November 8, 2010

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Baking Again

This time I made a blueberry tea cake for Tanarill's birthday Check it out!

Monday, September 20, 2010


I went to the zoo yesterday! It was soooo much fun, and we saw so many beautiful animals, I was super-happy all day. I remembered to bring my camera, and a blank memory card, but I neglected to charge the damn thing. So it crapped out on me after like, 30 minutes. But I managed to get a few pictures anyway.

Sunday, August 29, 2010


I don't know if I've mentioned this before, but I go skating (rollerblading) every weekend with my boyfriend and whoever else we can drag along. We typically go on Sunday nights. It's gotten to the point that we are considered regulars at our skating rink. We're friendly with the staff and the other regulars and we always have a great time.
This week I went on Saturday night, sans boyfriend but with some awesome friends from school.
I'm telling you all this so I'll have an excuse to post a picture of the totally cute outfit I wore:

I picked up the shirt at a thrift store yesterday, it says Crazy on the Inside, and I love it! I usually just wear jeans and a t-shirt when I go skating, but this week I felt like dressing up, and I'm glad I did!

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Just After Sunset

I just finished reading Stephen King's latest collection of short stories, Just After Sunset.

His short story collections are my favorite things to read. Don't get me wrong, I love his novels, but the short stories are like little bites of King to keep me full between large novel meals!
While this one wasn't my favorite of his collections (I think that would be Nightmares & Dreamscapes) it's very good.

Some of my favorite stories were:
The Gingerbread Girl
A Very Tight Place
The Stationary Bike

I would recomend this book to any Stephen King fan, or really just anyone who likes short stories of the creepy variety.

On another note, my Shelfari book club is looking for both new members, and a good book to read for September! So come and join us and read with us Why don't you?

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Web Comics

I’ve been reading web comics since I was in high school, at least 8 years now, which seems like a really long time to me. I’ve also been reading some really awesome graphic novels lately and that’s made me appreciate that I can get all of these phenomenal stories for free online, updated several times a week! See with graphic novels (or at least the ones I’ve been reading) the story always ends. But with web comics, it seems like there are always updates, always new things going on. It’s kind of like a soap opera; I log onto my computer and see what my favorite characters are up to every day!

So I thought I’d take a moment here to share with you some of my favorite web comics!

I’ve been reading these comics for years now, they’re some of the first comics I started reading on the web.

Something*PositiveThis comic is written and drawn by Randy Milholland. I’ve been reading this one since June of 2004, so about 6 years now, and it’s still my favorite comic of all time. It’s well worth checking out.

Questionable Content This comic is written and drawn by Jeph Jacques. It’s about the lives of Martin and Faye and Pintsize and Dora and Sven and Hannelore and Steve and Marigold and Angus…. And the list goes on. It’s funny, you should check it out!

Least I Could DoThis comic is written by Ryan Sohmer and drawn by the very talented Lar deSouza. The writing is witty, the stories are funny and the drawing is beautiful. Go read it!

Girls With Slingshots This comic is written and drawn by the very talented Danielle Corsetto. I got into this comic when it crossed over with S*P, I got sucked into the story immediately and I’ve been there ever since! It’s a wonderful story with really interesting characters, and now it’s in color! What more could you want?

Okay, so those are some of *my* favorite web comics. What are some of yours?

Saturday, August 21, 2010


Hey there everyone! Guess what I've been doing, go on... guess! That's right, I've been reading, a lot! I joined Shelfari and started a Book Club!
For July we read Bonk! By Mary Roach. It's a book about the history of sex research, and it's both funny and fascinating. Mary Roach is truly a phenomenal writer with a great sense of humor. A. J. Jacobs (author of The Year of Living Biblically) put it best when he said "I would read Mary Roach on the history of Quonset huts. But Mary Roach on sex? That's a godsend!"
For August we read (or are still reading) Seth Grahame-Smith's fantastically funny adaptation, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies . I don't know what I can say about this book, except that it's exactly what it claims to be. Jane Austin's classic novel Pride and Prejudice, only with more zombies! I'll give you a little idea of what I'm talking about here, "It is a truth universally acknowledged that a zombie in possession of brains must be in want of more brains." See what I'm talking about?
Right now I'm taking suggestions for September's BotM (Book of the Month). So come check out the BOOK CLUB and read with us!

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Apple Cakes!

I'm making apple cupcakes with my Twitter bestie, @AssignmentEarth

Monday, July 19, 2010

Book Club

Hey! Just a quick note to say that I've started a book club over at

Here's the link if you want to check it out:

Caryn's Book Club

Sunday, July 18, 2010


Hey! I've just found this awesome website that lets me keep track of the books I've read, and the ones I'm reading now!

It's called Shelfari, and it's a virtual bookshelf!

I've already got a page set up, and I've put a bunch of books on my shelf!

Actually, all the books that I've blogged about here, are on my shelf! So go check them out, set up your own shelf, join a group, meet new people, talk about books and READ!

Thursday, July 15, 2010


I just finished reading an amazing book called Weekends at Bellevue.

It's written by the psychiatrist Julie Holland, who spent 9 years worth of weekends working at the Psychiatric Emergency Room of Bellevue Hospital in New York.

My boyfriend had heard a story about the book and the author on NPR and thought I might be interested. He was right! The book is fantastic, and I loved it.

If you're at all interested in medicine, psychiatry, or even just memoirs, you'll probably like this book! So go check it out!

Weekends at Bellevue

Friday, July 9, 2010


I'm thinking about making some Blue Velvet Cupcakes today. I thought I'd be belatedly patriotic and make nummy blue cupcakes with red frosting. Should be fun right?
I've got almost everything I need, I just need to run out to the store to grab powdered sugar and blue food coloring.
Hmm... While I'm out, I have that 20% off coupon for Kohls... Maybe I should pick up a new swimsuit? So much shopping, so little time! Ah, who am I kidding? I love it!
Okay... so I can't find blue food coloring, I guess they is just gonna be boring old red velvet with red frosting...

Thursday, July 8, 2010


I just got back from seeing Hubble in IMAX 3D. It was absolutely amazing! If you haven't seen it, you should. It's phenomenal, I think everyone should see it. Like now... seriously, go see it, I'll wait...
And in case you need more of an incentive then that, check out the trailer. It's not in 3D, but it's still pretty cool.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Home Sick

I hate being sick, especially when it means I'm stuck at home. It's not that I mind being at home, I just enjoy the freedom to go out and do things (like shopping). But today I'm stuck at home sick... Grr...

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Does It Make You Happy?

I freaking love this song.
Maybe you will to?

The End is the Beginning is the End by Smashing Pumpkins
(has a lot to do with my Watchmen obsession)

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Check it out!

You might notice... I've got a new 'widget'. It's the digital graphic adaptation of Stephen King's short story N.

I just finished reading the story and was very impressed with it! If you want to watch the adaptation, go ahead! That's what the widget's for!

Or, if you want to read the short story, it's in King's newest collection of short stories called Just After Sunset. Go check it out!

Book List

Because I really do have a thing for lists.

I dug up a list I made last summer, of books I want to read. The books I own are in pink.

Geek Love - Katherine Dunn
Lost in a Good Book - Jasper Fforde
One Hundred Years of Solitude - Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Tar Baby - Toni Morrison
Atlas Shrugged - Ayn Rand
Eats, Shoots and Leaves - Lynne Truss
The Stranger - Albert Camus
Cell - Stephen King
The Five People You Meet in Heaven - Mitch Albom
Descartes' Bones - Russell Shorto
The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies - Seth Grahame-Smith
Watership Down - Richard Adams

Love in the Time of Cholera - Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Stardust - Neil Gaiman
Hamlet - Shakespeare
As You Like It - Shakespeare

No Country for Old Men - Cormac McCarthy
Stargirl - Jerry Spinelli
The Divine Comedy - Dante
The Prince - Machiavelli
The Canterbury Tales - Geoffrey Chaucer
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - Sir Arthur
Conan Doyle

My Life in France - Julia Child

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

June Update:

Just a quick update here:

o I didn't end up making the lemon bars last weekend (my mom went out and bought pie, so there was no need... sadness), but I will be making them on Friday!

o I took my boyfriend to a family wedding this weekend and he got to meet my dad's side of the family for the first time! (I think it went well)

o Got one of the things on my list checked off: 1. Sort through books. I've pulled out about a box and a half that I'm willing to part with. Next comes deciding whether that means I'm donating them or selling them.

Okay, that's all for now... Seriously, go do something else people. :o)

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Lemon Bars Update!

Okay, looks like I'm gonna have to re-write that recipe soon!

We're having some family over for brunch on Saturday, and I've been asked to make more lemon bars! Yay!

That's all I wanted to say right now, just a tiny little update

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Lemon Bars

The lemon bars... were not a complete failure...

They didn't end up looking real pretty, but the taste more than made up for it!

There was a little too much crust, a little too little filling and one of the batches didn't set quite right. But over all they were fun to make, and ended up tasting pretty damned good!

I think the recipe I used was part of the problem. The ingredients were fine and all, it was just poorly written. I found the directions a bit confusing and hard to follow. To be fair though, I probably should have read through the entire thing before starting. What I need, is a recipe that I can read while I making it. For example, something that might say:

1. Preheat oven

2. Get out pan and grease

3. Get 2 cups sugar

I have no use for a recipe that makes me crazy.

"Add two cups of sugar... Got it...oh shit! I was supposed to add that to the second mixture! (frantically scooping out sugar) And I needed to melt the butter first! Oops!"

Yeah, I'm not real organized...

I'm probably going to re-write the recipe to suit my needs, but if anyone wants to try the original, here it is:

Until next time folks!

Thursday, May 20, 2010


Okay. There's been a real lack of Getting-Shit-Done around here. And I apologize for that.

See the thing is, when I get into something new ( a new book series, new movie, new band) I tend to get a little... obsessed.

A few weeks ago I discovered Watchmen. Where's it's been all my life, I don't know. But now it's here and it's here to stay. So that's what I've been obsessed with for the last several weeks, and I will eventually post about it.

Oh! I also have to post about seeing Iron Man 2, because holy-fishpaste it was awesome!

In the mean time, I've only gotten one thing on my list checked off. #9. Transfer my iTunes to my laptop. And I didn't so much as transfer it as get it working on the old desktop, but that's good enough for me.

Okay, that's it for now. But keep an eye out for posts about: Watchmen, Iron Man 2 and the amazing Lemon Bars I'm going to make!

Wednesday, April 28, 2010


I'm making cookies shaped like the state of Michigan!

Why? Because I can!

Saturday, April 17, 2010


Hey! I got a account! I don't know that anyone would really like to ask me questions, but if you do, now you can!

Wednesday, April 14, 2010


Anyone wanna fill out a survey for me?

Global Warming Survey

This survey is an attempt to discover what opinions are regarding climate change and global warming.

1. The world faces many problems today. Rate these issues on a scale of 1 to 5, 1 being the most problematic, 5 being the least.

__ Poverty

__ Terrorism

__ Warfare

__ Global Warming

__ Disease

2. What was being discussed at the recent Summit in Copenhagen, Denmark?


3. What do you think the effects of CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions are?


4. Efforts such as the Kyoto Protocol and the Copenhagen Accord will be helpful/effective in slowing the effects of global warning.

__ Strongly Agree

__ Agree

__ Undecided

__ Disagree

__ Strongly Disagree

5. What do you think we should do to help slow the effects of climate change?


Monday, April 5, 2010


I painted some sunflowers...

It was a request on twitter



I love lists. Here's one:

Things to do:

1. Sort through books – donate at least one box to Salvation Army

2. Cayenne Shortbread Cookies w/ Royal Icing on half of the cookie

3. Dye my hair – brown

4. Repot my orchid

5. Buy canvas panel

6. Buy a journal/start journaling

7. Run at least 1 mile everyday

8. Get my left earlobe re-pierced

9. Transfer my iTunes to my laptop

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Extra Credit pt. 2!

I'm still working on the Extra Credit project.

I need to go back to the drawing board, so to speak, with two of the muscles. Turns out I can't use the Masseter or the Tibialis Anterior... Oops?

Here's what I have so far on the written part... Lots of blanks:

1. Sternocleidomastoid Muscle: a. Origin: ??? b. Insertion: ??? c. Action: ???

2. Pectoralis Major Muscle: a. Origin: ??? b. Insertion: ??? c. Action: i. Flexion of the humerous ii. Adduction of the humerous iii. Rotation of the humerous

3. Psoas Major Muscle: a. Origin: Lumbar vertebrae I-V b. Insertion: Attaches to the Iliacus Muscle c. Action: i. Flexion of the leg

4. Iliacus Muscle: a. Origin: ??? b. Insertion: ??? c. Action: i. Flexion of the leg

5. Sartorious Muscle: a. Origin: ??? b. Insertion: ??? c. Action: i. Flexion of the knee ii. Flexion of the hip

6. Biceps Brachii Muscle: a. Origin: ??? b. Insertion: ??? c. Action: i. Flexion of the forearm ii. Supination of the forearm

7. Gluteus Medius Muscle: a. Origin: ??? b. Insertion: ??? c. Action: i. Abduction of the hip ii. Rotation of the thigh

8. Orbicularis Oculi Muscle: a. Origin: ??? b. Insertion: ??? c. Action: i. Closes the eyelids

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Extra Credit!

I'm working on a mini project for my biology class.

We have to pick 10 skeletal muscles; draw them (accurately) on a diagram; label the points of origin and attachment for each muscle; and then do a short write up about the function of the muscle...

All for 10 whole points!

It's a lot of work for not a lot of points. If I didn't really really really need those 10 points, I wouldn't be doing this. It's just a lot of work that I don't really need right now.

Anyway, here's my rough draft diagram:

Tuesday, March 23, 2010


Gotta get back into my routine.

I haven't run in weeks... Meh.

I'm still dancing on Mondays and still rollerblading on Sundays, but it's not enough. I need some exercise boost during the rest of the week. So I'm going to start running again.

In the mean time:

Totoro! For your viewing pleasure:

Monday, March 22, 2010

A Little Better

I'm starting to feel a little better.

It's been a tough few weeks.

And I'm very stressed out with school, on top of everything else.

I'm trying to get through this, and I know I will.

Friday, March 19, 2010


Sorry I haven't posted in a while... There's just some stuff going on in my life right now. I don't really feel like getting into it, but I'm sure I'll be back to posting about the things I'm doing real soon, okay?

Monday, March 8, 2010

Happy Birthday

To me! Eep!

Today I am officially 22 years, and I feel old.

I got way too many gifts, and I'm really really excited.

I love birthdays (I guess I'm not that old yet...)


And yes, I like yellow.

Thursday, March 4, 2010


I've been doing some knitting!

I made a nice long skinny scarf for myself, it's blue and pinkish-red.

I also made a chunkier scarf for my mom, it's bright pink and light purple.

And I'm working on another skinny one that's red and grey.

I really wanna learn how to do 'ribbing' so I can make some kick ass leg warmers!

Saturday, February 27, 2010


After more than seven months... It's all done!

It took me long enough, but I'm happy with it.

And here's a picture of my super clean, clutter free workspace:

Well, it was clean and clutter free at one point in time, just not recently...

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Playing with Bones!

We're studying bones in my Anatomy & Physiology class, and so we get to play with bones! We get an assembled skull (fake), and a bone box (mostly fake). Here's the bone box:
And here's a close up of a few interesting bones; there's the mandible (jawbone), the sphenoid (a 'butterfly' shaped bone from your skull) and a few parietal bones (left and right): And finally some real bones! The big long one's a right humorous (the bone in your upper arm), the small ones are vertebrae (the one on the right is a cervical vertebrae and the one on the left is a thoracic [holds a rib] vertebrae), and the weird one with all the holes is a sacrum (5 fused vertebrae near the bottom of your spinal column): Also, happy birthday George Harrison!

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Painting... Again...

I've started another painting. I'm really happy with it so far. I wasn't planning on starting anything, but inspiration struck.

I'm actually using my last piece of canvas panel (or whatever the heck it's called) for it, and I was saving that for a different project. But this needed to be painted I guess.

It's gonna be a simple clip-art style running shoe. And when it's done, I'm going to hang it on the wall by my treadmill for inspiration!


Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Walking... A lot

As part of my New Year's resolution, I've been walking... a lot. I've been on the treadmill every day for the last week and a half. I know it doesn't seem like much so far, but I'm really proud of myself for sticking with it.

I started on the 4th, and I haven't missed a day yet!

Plus, I'm rollerblading for about an hour and a half every weekend (sometimes Saturday night, sometimes Sunday night) and I take a Modern Dance class on Monday nights from 7 to 8:30.

Yay me!

Plus I'm reading lots too. I'm working my way through a list of 1001 Books to Read Before You Die (but more on that in another post), and I'm re-reading this awesomely strange book called The Way of Wyrd.

Bye for now!

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

A little painting I started a while ago. It's just acrylic paints on canvas board, nothing fancy at all, but it makes me smile. I'm not sure why there's a screw outside in the middle of the night (with pink stars) but there is... so there! Let me know what you think, ok?

Judy and the Dream of Horses

I'm not in a great mood today. I tried exercising, and that helped, but I'm still feeling down.

So after showering I find myself sitting on the floor in front of my space heater, once again listening to Belle & Sebastian's wonderful song: Judy and the Dream of Horses

I don't know why, but this song always makes me feel better when I'm down, so I tought I'd share it in case it can help anyone else out there in cyberspace.

Monday, February 8, 2010


I got my grade for my last Anatomy and Physiology test. I got an 89% (we won't get to look over the actual test until lab on Wed.), that's not bad, but I know I can do better.

This stuff is my specialty. If I had actually studied, I could have aced it no question... (was too busy freaking out over a chem test I had the next day)

So, now I'm studying. I've got a test on the next few sections in two weeks, and I've got a histology lab practical a week from Wed.

And because I like pictures... Here's a picture of one of the things I need to know... Skin:

Monday, February 1, 2010


Last night I bought a box of Crayola crayons:

And I drew an elephant:

Sunday, January 31, 2010

There were cookies...

But they didn't last... They were too yummy.

Okay, they don't look as good as they taste, that's 'cause I burned them a little. But they were still delicious!
Another delicious item was our home made chocolate syrup:

There's still leftovers of this stuff, but that might be becuase I keep making more!

Monday, January 25, 2010

Helping Out

I gave blood today! I'm proud of myself, and thankful that I'm able to do this. It's a fast, easy (almost painless), and cheep way to help out those in need. I'm not working at the moment, so I can't really afford to give to charities the way I would like to, but I can still do this.
And hey, when you donate, you lose a pound!

Friday, January 22, 2010

Curling up...

With a good book...

I just picked this one up at the library. I'm super excited to read it!

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

I'm so Excited!

I just wanted to share what my amazing boyfriend bought for me the other night...
It's Stephen King's latest collection of short stories. I love his novels, but his short stories are amazing! Plus, Stephen King's my favorite author!

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Elf Boy?

I think it's some sort of elf boy... maybe?

Let me know what you think!

Friday, January 15, 2010

Inspired By La Roo!

Inspired by La Roo... Some self portraits!
I think I look a little crazy in this one, but I like it! Okay, that's all for now... See ya!

Thursday, January 14, 2010

My Baby...

I thought I'd take a moment today to introduce you all to my baby... He doesn't have a name, but he's gorgeous! And here he is:
Isn't he a beauty? This is the whole set up including records and my 45 Box. My boyfriend and I built the shelf: If you wanna see him in action, check him out here: See ya later!