As opposed to indie music? Or just pop music in general? If you read my earlier post on my music shuffle, you’ll already know that I have fairly eclectic tastes in music. I will happily listen to opera, reggae, punk, disco, country, instrumental, and hip hop music all in one day. Maybe it’s how I was raised. Both of my parents are musical–vocally and instrumentally–and we listened to a variety of music in our household. Continue reading
Near death experiences? Unusual animals? Bizarre foods most likely also eaten by Andrew Zimmern? What tantalizing factoids could this list hold?? Continue reading
The day I turned two, my sister convinced me that it was tradition to lick the icing off one’s second birthday cake. Inasmuch as a four year old can convey the idea of tradition, she effectively persuaded me that what she had done at her second birthday party was exactly what I should do at my second birthday party. Personally, I think she just wanted an excuse to “help” me scrape the icing off half of the sheet cake before our mom noticed what we were doing. Continue reading
(I’m basing this off yesterday.)
- Fought waking up.
- Ignored the mouthy cats. Continue reading
I do not have an ipod, so we’re going with my Google Music. Alternately, let’s pretend that these are the songs that would play in a movie of my life during the imminent zombie apocalypse. I’ll link to youtube if I can so that if you’re unfamiliar with the songs, you can get a feel for them. Continue reading
I don’t believe in guilty pleasures. I mean, I’m not ashamed of the things that I enjoy, so why should I feel guilty about them? I have no shame in admitting to what I enjoy regardless of public opinion. Behold, I shall list for you several things that I enjoy without an ounce of guilt! Continue reading
Aha! A great question! This morning, I would probably say professional coffee or mattress tester because I’m a little tired from yesterday. What did I do yesterday? Oh, just a little something or other in downtown Seattle called the Seahawks Victory Parade. We left for the parade before 10am and got home at almost 7pm. Who knew that a ~2 hour parade would be an all day event? Also, it was so cold in Seattle yesterday (around 20F with wind blowing up off of Puget Sound)! My five year old nephew ended up being worn inside my husband’s coat to keep him warm enough. Little dude even got a nap in while we waited. No, I’m not jealous. Continue reading
I know I’ve got something for this.
I got swept up in 12th Man fever. Also, it’s easier to have a routine during the work week than on the weekend so when I said I thought the challenge was helping, well…apparently it only sort of helps and only Monday-Friday. Putting all that aside, let’s move on to day seven in the challenge! Continue reading
Whoever creates horoscopes would peg me as a Leo. I have read that Leos are vivacious and the center of attention. As a child, I definitely fit the personality of a Leo. After all, I am a last born child! However, as an adult, the last thing that I want to be is the center of attention. This is why theater no longer holds the personal appeal it once did. I still love theater, but I prefer to attend or be backstage than to participate front and center. Continue reading