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14 posts from June 2011
It's Snippet Wednesday! Or as I sometimes call it, "Snippet Hump Day." Um, well, not really. Like never actually.
I love all types of music. I can find something positive in just about anything from heavy metal to pop to tween music to rap to country to soul. I like bits and pieces of everything and I find it very hard to use the word "hate" when it comes to music.
Guess what I finally figured out? I remembered what "porn and parents" in my Notes app refers to! And, thankfully, it's not nearly as disgusting as we all were thinking.
There has been a lot in the news lately regarding gays and marriage and politics and all that wonderful jazz.
I've attempted to stay silent. I do have opinions, mind you. But I just felt it better to keep them to myself. After all, I don't like to get too politically motivated here on my blog.
Welcome to another installment of Snippet Wednesday. Enjoy!
"Sometimes you just gotta play the game."
That's what Katie likes to say anyway.
Today is a special edition of Snippet Wednesday. Why? Well, one, it's my sixth blogoversary. Two, the Bruins look poised to win the Stanley Cup in another handful of minutes (I'm a Blackhawks fan, as you know, but I'm pulling for the Bruins because I just can't handle the idea of the Canucks winning the Cup). Three, I'm launching my redesign!!!
Howdy all. Thanks for tuning into another edition of Snippet Wednesday. Y'all just sit back now and enjoy it, m'kay?
Bernard said "hi" on Saturday night.
I'm going to take a moment to recap a few movies that Katie and I saw over the weekend.
You know you're in for a helluva day when your alarm goes off and you can't figure out where all the noise is coming from nor how to make it stop.
Welcome to the first Snippet Wednesday of June. Hope you took your Dramamine, this one is all over the place.
Today I went to lunch at Potbelly's. While sitting at my booth eating, I happened to look at the receipt and saw that the girl at the register had logged herself in as "The Queen Beezy." Why do I point that out? It made me laugh. No reason other than that.