Friday, January 7, 2011

i'd stop the world...

and melt with him.

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Super old school.... my thoughts on 2007

Here's what 2007 has taught me...
My parents were right
Just because we are blood related doesn't mean we are family
Giving will ALWAYS top recieving
A good laugh with good friends is nothing to take for granted
Don't complain about the heat, remember how cold, cold is.
Red meat can take up to 14 days for your body to process
Time is the only way to heal a broken heart
Friendships take work
Britney Spears shouldn't be allowed to drive
Don't take for granted what could be gone tomorrow
Never miss an I Love You
Drinking TOO much is easy to achieve
You won't find happiness until you create happiness
Don't rely on someone else to make you, you
Things will change, people will come and go, Let it!
It's ok to double check the locks :)
Hard work pays off at some point
You're never too old to wish on a shooting star
Life is short, make your time on earth count for something
Music will never hurt
Don't look for what is right in front of you
Hybrid cars can catch on fire QUICKLY
The song " I saw Mommy kissing santa" is not about a Mother being a whore
Duraflame logs are more eco friendly than real wood
It's ok to listen to your heart, as long as you tap into your brain once in awhile
You don't need assistance when it comes to breaking a habit
The song about Seattle's Latte Land is possibly the worst holiday song ever.
Your dirty little secret's can't stay secret's forever.
Honesty, though it may suck, is always the better choice
There is such a thing as too many pillows
It's ok to put myself first sometimes
Don't take your life for granted
Celebrate your birthday instead of dreading getting older
It's hard to fake love
Don't talk shit to anyone in my family, about our family
Don't go too fast, when you crash, it can turn your world around
Carmex never heals chapped lips
It's never too late to find faith
I don't need to attend church every Sunday to know God, He's with me all the time.
My Grandma is someone I could never live without
I learned how to cry happy tears
I'm over the people that treat my family as outcasts
Driving an SUV is insane with the gas prices
I'm allergic to chocolate
I'm spoiled
I'm a lot stronger than I give myself credit for
Love isn't always on time
The Used will never go out of style
If you don't get your mail after a week, they return it
People are never how you expect them to be
It's ok to love those that don't love you back
Second chances are rarely deserved
Take care of your hearing, it's gonna go fast!
Taste of Chaos is only watchable when The Used perform
The only person that deserves your faith is God
Don't tear off more than you can chew
The greatest friends know you, even when you don't know yourself
The good years are nothing to complain about
There is no such thing as time travel, so quit worrying about the past
Global Warming is nothing to fuck around with
Washington D.C. has nicer people than Washington State
It's easy to forgive, it's impossible to forget
Don't judge unless you are prepared to be judged
Volunteering is easily the most rewarding thing you can do
Be grateful!
I prefer See's Candy over Boehms chocolates
I learned not to worry about the current year
There's always next year....

Friday, November 5, 2010

rude boy

oh the beauty in dating. So many dates, so little dedication to documenting all of the details. For roughly 2 months now I have been what someone would call a "player." I have been doing some sort of juggling act with a handful of different guys. All of which are super fun to hang out with, and none of which are relationship material.

What. The. Heck.

My week and weekend are seriously consumed with boys. I have a different date each week. I'm juggling text messages and phone calls and facebook messages and instant messages and coffee dates and happy hour dates and meet and greets with co-workers and TRIPS TO MAUI? Yes, someone the other week invited me to Maui with him and his friends for Halloween. Although I was completely game for this idea, many friends brought me back to reality and explained to me why I couldn't go. Boo. I've had good dates, bad dates, fun dates, boring dates, breakfast dates, sleepover dates, dates where I am asked out by someone else while my date is in the name it.

Bottom line: I'm exhausted.

I don't want to DATE anymore. I don't want temporary people in my life filling my head and heart with unsatisfying butterflies. I realize this is how life works, but I'm bored.

Check Please!

Wednesday, October 6, 2010


So today while eating my lunch it dawned on me that LUNCHABLES have been around since I was in elementary school. How awesome is that? I'm 26 on the verge of 27, do the math, that's a LONG time! They haven't changed much, either. Same crackers (although now with a serving of whole grain), same turkey (although now served with only 100% turkey breast), same sliced cheese (they didn't have anything to say on the cheese), and Capri Sun (100% juice). I couldn't believe how something so simple as an Oscar Meyer Lunchable could survive and still be favored for that many years. I can't think of anything else that's been around that long. Well, I guess there's TV, Highlighters, Scissors, Water, Coke, but nothing is as cool as the LUNCHABLE! You might be asking yourself "is it as good as it was back then?" and my unbiased thoughts are IT'S BETTER! I now get to pick out which ones I want, use my own money and eat at whatever time of day I want. So much better than when I was 7 :)