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Lost is so stupid and I like boys

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010

I gotta watch it now though cause I succumb easily to peer pressure of those who watch with me. So dumb. They don’t even like it, they just watch cause they have to after investing a million hours into it I bet.

Check out this awesome spam from “Hemroids Home Remedy”: Have you ever considered adding more videos to your blog posts to keep the readers more entertained? I mean I just read through the entire article of yours and it was quite good but since I’m more of a visual learner.

Spam comments are so awesome in a way I can’t even describe! I don’t know why or how but they are so super sweet! I wonder if anyone else appreciates them like I do…

Sooo… I’ve been thinking lately about boys. I have two brothers, an awesome dad, and all-boy cousins, so I’ve always gotten along better with males. My mom is awesome too, but growing up I had way more in common with my dad. I hung out pretty much exclusively with boys in grade school. They just seemed way cooler to me than the alternative. As we entered puberty and things got “complicated,” I learned many times over that girls and boys can’t be friends. No matter how hard we tried, things got awkward and/or romantic and it just wasn’t as fun anymore. Also, I felt weird and like I was missing out on great girly friendships; and I was right. In my late-teens I started, at first consciously then later it came natural, to cultivate more friendships with girls. Feminism is correct and we have to support each other and be awesome together. Over the years I’ve made amazing girlfriends and kinda let my boyfriendships fall away a bit. Lately however, I notice the boys in my life are coming back with a vengenance. Awesome! Boys in general seem like simpler, lower mantainence friends and that is more my style for whatever reason. Don’t get me wrong, I love my girlfriends so much and get along with them better than anyone. It’s more of a balance of influences of both I’m finding I think I need. As I get older and everyone gets more mature and chilled out, I find I can hang out with boys again without it being weird. That’s nice eh? It’s called being an adult probably.

I cry over love. Not projects.

Friday, March 27th, 2009

I was talking with my friend tonight and she had a story about not one, but two of her co-workers who came into her office on separate occasions to cry today. They were both stressed out about two unrelated jobs, but work nonetheless.

I know this is quite common, but it always leaves me a little bit curious. I really can’t imagine work stress ever getting to that point and I hope it never ever does.

And I thought about her and said, “Wow, have you ever cried at work about work? I can’t imagine you ever doing that.”

And she was like “Pshaw, no! I cry over love. Not projects.”

To which I responded, “Haha, yes! That’s perfect! I’m going to twitter that! (I am such a dork in not a good way, I know) There are two types of girls in the world, ones who cry over work and ones who cry over love.”

To which she of course said, “No, that’s a way better thing to twitter!” Which it is right, but I didn’t twitter anything, because I was thinking about what type of girl I am who doesn’t cry over work or love.

I’m the third type of girl, the one that cries over a real good Vinyl Cafe with Stuart Maclean story. Just bawls inconsolably.

You can’t say I don’t love you just because I cheat on you

Thursday, February 5th, 2009

Email from my mom

Thursday, January 22nd, 2009

To close she wrote:

“love you,  don’t forget sleeping is important – t.v. is not.”

Life is just a chair of bowlies

Tuesday, August 12th, 2008

Life is a chair

Check out the detail on this cross-stitch I made. It’s my biggest cross-stitch project yet. And the most “pun”-ny.