Hello my long-lost loves! Apologies times twelve for the radio silence. I’ve been having some major wordpress blog issues, which resulted in losing all the comments that you lovely folks made on all of my past blog posts… and losing all my subscribers. Which makes me want to ugly cry. BUT. The problem is hopefully fixed and we should be back in bidness. (Don’t forget to subscribe again using the form on the right, if you still want to receive notification emails when I post!)
Anyways, it’s been so long since I last posted… I feel like I may have misplaced my writing mojo. So let’s just ease into this slowly, shall we?
Here are 5 things that are on my mind today:
1. Chocolate chip cookies.
2. Is anyone else watching the new season of House of Cards? Oh mah gaw. I am affected by it. We may or may not have watched 5 episodes in a row on Sunday afternoon. And how perfect is Robin Wright? Ugh, everything she does is so graceful and elegant. She makes me want to get my shit together. And buy shirts with collars. And wear glasses that don’t have toothpaste splatters on them.
3. You know the memoir I plan to write? The one tentatively titled: “I’m not hungry, but I could eat.”? I’m thinking of starting work on it this spring. The first chapter will highlight the nuances of sneakily eating candy out of your office drawer so that no one notices. I’m currently in the research phase of that chapter.
4. I think Gus & Eddie are losing their winter skins, like a snake. Even though we sweep and vacuum ALLTHETIME, their dog hair is still everywhere lately. I found a piece of hair in my contact case this morning. Casey had a piece lodged into his retainer the other day. I’m completely used to pulling numerous pieces out of my food everyday. It’s ridiculous. Send help.
5. I got a ticket last week for being on my cell phone while driving. Which sucks. But despite the $160 fee, I keep thinking about how the officer’s name was Nathan Scott. And how I was this close to telling him that there’s a character on One Tree Hill with the same name. I highly doubt he would have been impressed. Also, once in college I waited on a guy who’s name was Steve Madden. He most definitely wasn’t the Steve Madden, which was obvious based on his choice in mandals… and that’s the end of that story.
The verbal dismount on this post is going to be subpar, given the lack of writing mojo.
So, see ya.
(And some pictures to send you off on your merry way!)