More useless fun thanks to my man, the internets, with this ransom note generator. Send your friends funny notes or demand milk money form your office mate. Whatever floats your boat.
Whoever thought you could learn life lessons from a shopping bag? Not me, certainly. Have you ever taken a close look at a Lululemon shopping bag? It’s got some pretty profound statements on it. Statements that are pretty good ones to live by, in my opinion. My favorite – “Your outlook on life is a direct reflection on how much you like yourself.”
Makes you think, doesn’t it?
La-la-la-loving this sweet cardigan from Old Navy. I just can’t seem to get over the feminine floral accents. And this color – called Cloud Cover – is the perfect neutral to go with just about any outfit!
So, yes, I sort of randomly disappeared over the last couple of weeks. Which, by the way has gone by sooooooooo freaking fast, I can’t believe its only been a couple of weeks… Life has been so crazy busy that I got to the point (and am still kind of there) that I felt totally overwhelmed. So much all at once can do that to you. And trying to balance it all and make time for everything, including yourself at the end of the day, is sometimes too much. I would really like it if life had a slow-mo button so I could relax a little bit and have the time to do everything without that overwhelmed feeling. Jack of all trades, master of none kind of thing.
And on top of it all, I am dealing with the very sad loss of a friend. A friend whom I’ve watched be ravaged by an unbiased form of cancer. I’ve never had anyone close to me become ill in such a way before; or die. The mass of emotions are numbing and sometimes disabling. Its deeply saddening and frustrating to know you are powerless in the situation. All you can do it sit by and watch.
So that’s my story, trying to dig my way back above ground. So I’ll be back. It may take a little bit for things to return to normal. But we’ll get there. I’ll get there. Eventually.
More proof that my love for the internet is still strong and true can be found in the site Dear blank, please blank. The site is similar in nature to FMyLife in that people can openly and anonymously share their disdain for themselves and others in the form of letters. Whatever you call it, I like it. I like it a lot.