When TOMS donates shoes to kids in developing countries, I hope they don't donate their shoes. They seem kinda flimsy to me. TOMS lovers, confirm or deny?
Also, just for the record, my ex-roomie Laura had TOMS wayyyyyy before every Provo hipster thought they were cool. Which makes her actually cool, instead of brainlessly following trends wanting to be cool. (sorry, I think I just don't like TOMS? Probably because I do think they're cute, but I feel like I can never buy them because everyone else on campus wears them.)
In other news, I finished an awesome book today-"The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest". I definitely wouldn't recommend it to just anyone (strong language, although tamer than the first two in the trilogy (probably because the main character spends 350 pages in the hospital not speaking to anyone), and some disturbing material (again less horrible than the first two, probably for the same reason)). The character that Larsson has created in Salander should be totally unlikable, but you come out of these books in love with her. She's irresponsible, she's promiscuous, she's completely unsociable, but you want her to win! You want her to crush all of her enemies! There is so much girl power in these books, it's a feminist's dream.
Anyone else ever read them? I would be gushing to Aaron, but he's golfing and didn't take his phone. So I am gushing to the world wide web instead!