My younger brother developed a reasonably sophisticated taste for art when he was a teenager. One of his favorites was Van Gogh. When I studied abroad, I got to see a lot of the places Van Gogh visited and painted. For Christmas that year, I printed an 8x10 photo of the actual cafe from Café Terrace at Night and…
Ha, Georgia is already gerrymandered to hell. I was trying to figure out potential districts of where my husband and I will be once we move (we’re still in the early hunting phase). The lines are just crazy.
I would love to see more states move to a split-electoral vote system like in Nebraska and Maine.
Cheetos lost my undying love once they greatly decreased the size of the bag of the baked Cheetos, while keeping the price the same. My husband sometimes buys them for me as a surprise treat, but I refuse to buy them myself anymore.
No, but that sounds awesome! I’ve been trying to read more nonfiction lately.
No, they’re all 20-somethings (like Millennials today) who did the exact sort of actions that people are now slamming Millennials for doing.
Ha, yeah, you can threadjack.
Thanks! I’ve been listening to Hamilton nonstop, which reminded me at how young some of our Founding Fathers were. So then I went down the rabbit hole of other instrumental Americans in history...
YUP! But we’re the ones who can’t take responsibility for our actions, right?
Yes, that would be correct.
My MIL is a survivor of childhood polio. One of her legs is weaker and shorter than the other. She walks with a limp, and she uses a scooter for any walking of more than maybe 10-15 minutes.
Disclaimer: I love my husband’s parents. They are wonderful in-laws. They are generous with their time and their money.
Are those extra condiments Chick-fil-A sauce or spicy ketchup? That’s just being smart.
I wonder if I would still be recognizable with a white shirt and red skirt... Because those I have already.
I was wondering that too. I’ve caught a ton of them today in three vastly different locations.
I will also humbly request votes for Khalil Lake, a student from my hometown. He has cerebral palsy and an intellectual disability, but with the limited use of his one good hand, he created his design on an iPad.
I prefer real trees, but I don’t mind fake ones. When my brothers and I all still lived at home, my family got a real one every year. One year we visited multiple farms and couldn’t find a single good tree. We bought our first fake tree that year. We replaced it at some point. Sometimes when I was in college, we put…
My husband and I had tickets to see Star Wars tomorrow. He bought them with a group months ago. We’ve been discussing this for months. I’ve been totally pumped about it. He even bought a winter Star Wars hat and a new Star Wars t-shirt (to add to his growing collection...)