I know, I’m the worst. I’ve spent the past week being the laziest bum, catching up on Scandal, watching The Fosters in its entirety and generally being an awful slug of a human obsessed with hiding under the cozy and confined blankets of my bed. It’s a hard pattern to break, especially with the fourth (fifth?) snowpocalypse of the season still looming. So instead of giving you actual content, I’m going to end my week of laze (abbrev. for laziness) with an unoriginal post of laze — links, links, and more links.
Feel free to tune back in next week, where I either will or will not have some better posting habits. Enjoy your weekend and have a Happy Valentines/Singles Awareness day!
I’m not one to feel the need to share current events, because if you read this blog, you likely also keep up the news, but a few noteworthy happenings occurred over the weekend:
- The world began to mourn the tragic passing of Phillip Seymour Hoffman at the ripe age of 46. He was such a talented actor; the perils of drug addiction are seriously no joke.
- My Seahawks killed the Superbowl and everyone I know now owes me a beverage. Be on the lookout for a post of my favorite ads later in the week :)
- I bought a pair of new jeans (yay) and they ripped the first time I wore them (boo). Offering that information just in case that makes anyone out there feel better about themselves (or just, better than me) for three seconds on a Monday morning.
- And, my lastly, husband’s last SNL show. Here’s his pals sending him off:
Who’s ready for February 24th?! #LNSM
Happy Friday! How can it simultaneously feel like this has been the world’s longest week, yet I’ve somehow accomplished so little? All signs, yet again, point to me overcommitting myself. But that’s no one’s problem but my own. Switching topics; here are some of my favorite things around the inter nets this week:
Blerg, it’s late — here’s just a few links to wrap up your Wednesday:
Something better in store for tomorrow. Promise.
Am I the only one out there who sings “The Ultimate Showdown” in my head whenever I hear the phrase “Government Shutdown?” I’m not sure if it’s because the syllables line up, or if there’s a generous amount of prophesying happening there. Regardless, I’ll use any reason I can to resurface this gem, so you. are. welcome.
On a related note, because I know how much people LOVE when the government self-destructs, here’s a LIST of LINKS about the topic that’s inducing viral word-diarrhea of everyone’s personal political agenda as of late.
P.S. Is word-diarrhea something people say? If not, how can we make that happen?