The best way to make yourself feel better about having to wait in a long line is to look at the people behind you. You’re ahead. Gloat a little.
Teeth are jewels, not tools.
Maybe you only need to be good at one thing? Good to know, but I have to find that thing, as practicality often trumps passion. Let’s move on to pretty colors…
Fall really is beautiful in Michigan and the perfect time to go for a hayride through one of your favorite towns.
However, tripping and falling face first into the side of one of the horses is not a pleasant experience. (At least that’s what the woman who face-planted into the sweaty side of the Clydesdale said.)
A lot of times I think I really want something, but then when I get the opportunity to possibly attain it, I get freaked out and don’t want it anymore. I’m working on this (this is not related to the hayride mentioned above. Or teeth, although I value my teeth immensely.)
My blog world and real world are starting to collide, and this doesn’t make me happy. The end.
I know I’m not one to talk, but sometimes celebrities just look creepy when they get skinny (Drew Carey, Al Roker and Alton Brown come to mind.)
(But he did do the ArtPrize story, so he gets some credit.)
Free popcorn is like crack to senior citizens. Get out of the way, or get your toes run over—nuns are not exempt from this maniacal phenomenon.
“A little integrity is better than any career.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson
I really want to like “The Office” this season, but it’s just not happening.
This week I have been summoned for jury duty. To prepare, I plan on watching the judges on “The Next Iron Chef” tonight and taking meticulous notes (yes, it will have skinny Alton Brown.)
And also this crazy, self-absorbed “Duskie” lady who scares me, even when she’s not holding sharp objects. I’m all about local food, but wearing pigtails…really?
“We don’t see things as they are. We see them as we are.” –Anais Nin
There are times I don’t feel like going and doing something “social,” but then half the time I end up enjoying myself and wondering why I don’t do it more often. However, that does leave the other half of the time. I suppose it evens out.
The “clean house” smell you spent a couple hours working on will be instantly negated by cooking salmon. However, it’s worth it (plus, if you drop any on the floor, you feel better about picking it up and popping it in your mouth.)
This just makes me laugh.
So now it’s your turn. Give me something to look forward to reading when I get home from a day of civic duty.
What are your FYIs?