Today’s photo comes to you from a special place….
I didn’t post a photo yesterday in the name of FREEDOM.
So here is yesterday’s photo:
I hear this is the window to my soul, y’all.
Stop staring in it!
And here is today’s photo:
Actually, that’s just the photo for the photo-a-day project.
OMG, y’all. I think I might be a hipster.
I’m back, baby!
I’ve been horrific about posting. I even thought about retiring this blog because my Etsy shop has been doing so well and as such I haven’t been posting regularly (you know I can’t help myself with the shameless promoting and bragging. Because I’m so modest).
BUT. (I like big buts and I cannot lie)
That would be giving up. And losing is for quitters.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted. I guess I’ll have to suck it up and eat crow.
Gross! Not that kind of Crow!
You know nothing, Jon Snow!
Disgustingness aside, I recently helped a very awesome and dear friend plan her 30th Birthday Unicorn-a-thon Bonanza Super Fun Party Time (TM).
Today whilst (GOD I LOVE THAT WORD) working on my Etsy shop (yes, I am linking to it again for the umpteenth time. What of it?), I noticed this was the front page:
UGH, I hate myself for doing this, but I’m going to go ahead and link up to this “art”: https://www.etsy.com/listing/95952741/cat-butt-photography?ref=fp_treasury_7
April Fool’s joke?
Is the joke that someone might actually buy it?
Because I’m sure there are some cat ladies out there who would want that. For $300. Even with the multitude of cat anus that already abounds on the internet.
And people say the prices in my shop are high.
So I finished
screaming my way through watching The Walking Dead.
HO. LY. HELL.
The show is amazing, but daaaammnnn, that shit scary.
To be fair, I still scream at ET and Signs and I Am Legend and Alien and Aliens and The Ring and any Korean horror movie and really any movie where something/someone jumps out even if I’ve seen it twenty times already.
I am a lot of fun to watch movies with, y’all.
One of my favorite TV shows is a British comedy called ‘The IT Crowd.” It’s about a couple of IT guys and their boss, Jen, who work at a large corporation. I’m not sure it’s actually still on the air, but it is on Netflix streaming so if you like things that are funny and awesome (I can’t imagine you wouldn’t since I know you’ve got such great taste, what with reading this blog and whatnot), then you should check it out.
I’ve been thinking about this scene in particular today:
I’m in the middle of something that I know I should just “walk away” from, but like Moss, despite trying to leave things be, I still manage to screw up and start fires.
I can’t be the only one, right? This happens to other people, too, doesn’t it?
I tell myself, “JUST WALK AWAY!” I even do the Moss hand gesture for walking away (really, I do), but it still doesn’t work. I still end up in the middle of things because I can’t help myself. I feel like sometimes I’m the only person who has trouble with this. Why can’t I just keep my mouth shut?
Am I alone? Has this happened to you? Or, if it doesn’t, how do you manage it? I’d love to know.