Friday, February 26, 2010
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
I. can’t. stand. it. any. longer.
I wasn’t going to say anything today, but I can’t hold it in any longer. I just read about the concert on our friends “Spooniest’s” blog, and I have to share my excitement.
The day is almost here: ELTON JOHN IN CONCERT. Yes Billy will be there too, and I love him, but I am CRAZY for Elton.
How does one become obsessed with such a self absorbed “Bitch?” I have no idea. He says rude, cruel things, and I still love him.
Elton and I’s relationship goes way back. I feel like I came out of the womb singing Tiny Dancer. Here are some fun facts:
1. This will be my 7th concert. 2 of the 7 concerts, I traveled to Vegas for. (If you haven’t seen the Red Piano tour, either buy the DVD set (which is greatness), or get to Vegas. It’s an awesome show that David LaChapelle helped to create.)
2. I once stole a Elton John clothes hanger from the Elton “gift shop” in Vegas (I have never admitted this.)
3. I have 2 Elton John vintage pictures hanging in my apartment.
4. I tear up at every concert. Everyone of them.
5. I know it’s going to be a good day when I am driving to work and Elton is playing. (Yes, I still listen to the Radio. Traffic reports are important now that I commute…that’s why I ended up on Harry Hines Blvd this morning almost getting lost.)
6. My favorite kareokee song is a Elton John duet…”Don’t go breaking my heart.” I somehow usually end up singing this tune alone and having to handle both parts.
7. I will be buying a commemorative t-shirt tomorrow night. I am that girl if you couldn’t tell by now.
Well, hopefully nobody is judging me out there. We all have our quirks.
I’ll give you a full report Friday or Monday…and yes, I’ll be packing at the concert. PACKING BINOCULARS. I like to get a look at every detail from his earrings to the beading on his suites.
It’s funny, because Elton gets a little chubbier every time I see him. Chubs.
Today is a very special day. Abbey Road Studios was given protective status by the British government, meaning that this iconic studio will be protected as an English Heritage Site. http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/02/23/abbey-road-studio-is-given-protected-status/?dbk Those of you who are not familiar, and I will be shocked if that actually applies to anyone who knows me, Abbey Road is the studio where the Beatles recorded almost all of their albums, and the namesake of Abbey Road, the last studio album the Beatles ever recorded. Different Beatles albums have played different roles in my life over the years. For some reason, Abbey Road is the album I always put on when I am very stressed out and need to relax...this happens A LOT. I don't know what it is but as soon as I hear track one, Come Together, my mind is at rest. I get chills when I get to the medley...and don't even get me started on The End. Then there is the nice little treat, just like a little dessert, with Her Majesty. I could listen to Abbey Road all day. All of you should have a listen today. I love it so much I even named my dog Abbey Road when I was 11 years old. She was the first of the Smith dogs with Beatles names.
But last night, something caught my eye. The juice is called, “Function: Light Weight.” I knew I had to have this juice. But then again, I pretty much will buy anything that “guarantees weight loss.” Yes, I have even slummed as low as buying Hydroxy Cut sugar packets to put in my water. PLEASE NOTE: It tasted terrible and did nothing.
Back to the Juice. Please take a moment to digest what the label says:
“Inside this bottle is a physician-developed formula of powerhouse ingredients designed to ignite your natural metabolism. …..rev up and support your body’s natural calorie burning abilities….naturally curbing your sugar cravings and helps maintain normal carbohydrate metabolism and control.”
I mean, where has this juice been all of my life? So you are probably thinking, it’s 200 calories. NO SIR. The entire 16.9 oz bottle is only 10 whole calories. Some sticks of gum have 5 calories!
It could be a costly addiction, but much less than gastric bypass, and much less than Starbuck’s Coffe: $2.29 per bottle.
I have had the entire bottle, and I am not feeling any side effects. However, I do have some extra energy this morning- ready to get things done. BUT…that could also be due to the fact that Bravo’s new hit TV show, “Kell’s Hell,” is making me want to be a harder worker. Like Kell says, “POWER WOMEN.”
Maybe the juice is working… I have used way too many “caps” in this posting.
Buy the juice- see what happens.
I can feel by bum shrinking by the minute. Sike.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Last year I was very jealous of Robert and Alexis because they saw every single movie nominated for best picture and almost every movie in the best actor/actress categories. So, I have decided that this year I am going to see all 10 movies nominated for best picture plus Crazy Heart and a Single Man, because I love Jeff Bridges and Colin Firth, before March 7. I call this project: OPERATION OSCARS
Monday, February 22, 2010
Friday, February 19, 2010
Did you know Jamie and her English Bulldog “Tank” are quite the stars in Tulsa? They are. Who knew that this small town girl from Choctaw would grow up to grace the cover of the Utica Square shopping guide, as well as their website? Don’t they look picture perfect?
And well for Tank…As you can see, he’s quite the stud himself. He also was a runner up in the Tulsa pet photo contest.
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Six years ago I spent the best five months of my life (for the record I have had some great days since then, but not as many consecutive great days) in Nice, France with two of the best boys in the world Philip "Puppy" Gray and Britton "Danger" Langdon. We had the best time ever in the history of best times. The beach, the rocks, the Tuesday night specials at McMahon's, Wednesday-Saturday nights for a "quiet beer" at O'Neil's followed by another "quiet beer" at l'escalier at 5am, the corrupt landlord at the Villa St. Exupery, our little tiny apartment with a triple decker, pullout cot, bunk bed in the one bedroom we shared, our BFF Greg who spent four nights a week on that pullout, our black futon and two nasty love seats, the balcony I used to sneak out on to call Strueber in the wee hours of the morning so that I could vent about the dirty boys and tell her all about my German "friend" Klaas, our little tv that allowed us to watch "Yeah" over and over and over again before we went out on the town, and last but not least the fabled owner of the little place, Badano, whose named marked the front door and whose face I will never know. Seriously. Those. Were. THE. Days.
As I sit here in my office in Addison, I realize that I think about those days almost everyday. I would be lying if I said I didn't wish with every part of me that I lived in Nice year round. Maybe if things would have ended differently with Klaas, maybe if I had fell in love with Badano...But, I did not. And, many moons ago I made a decision to come to Dallas after graduation and to make my life here. Now, many years and a JD later, I am having that yearning to leave again. But, this time, I pay my own bills, I have a career to start, and I just can't imagine being that far away from home for too long. So, I think I will stay.
But, I do think it is time to start to concentrate on those things I used to love so much about Nice. I would really like to talk to Philip and Britton more - both of whom are getting married this summer to equally wonderful girls. Maybe a quiet beer next time I'm in Oklahoma? I would really like to practice French, eat more seafood, and spend more time at the beach...I can probably only do two of those things here in Dallas. I think I will do some Rosetta stone lessons this weekend and have dinner at Toulouse next week.
I remember once when we were in Nice, during one of many chats with Philip and Britton over many glasses of wine, a baguette, oil and vinegar, and une tranche de pâté, Philip said to us, (and I am paraphrasing) "you know I wonder sometimes if it is better to have a career doing the things you love at work, or to have a career that enables you to do the things you love outside of work." I truly think about this everyday.
I believe there are some people out there, JK Rowling to be exact, who get to do both. But most of us are lucky enough just to fall somewhere in between. I think the in between might be a few years off for me, due to something I like to call student loans, but I am starting to realize I might be on my way there.
Six years from now you won't find me sitting in Addison, Texas, dreaming of a windy, rocky, view of the "unbelievably blue" Mediterranean, sipping wine, eating mussels, kind of day, because I'll be there, on vacation, from my wonderful Texas home.
Wednesday, February 17, 2010
What you appreciate the most in your friends: They can always make me laugh and are always there for me.
Here is some background information, brought to you by our dear friend Mr. Wikipedia:
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Favorite Dog Breed: Bulldog
Alumni: University of Oklahoma
Relationship Status: Married
Hobbies: Nintendo, Cooking for her “Hubby” and taking care of her son Tank
Hometown: Choctaw, OK
Favorite Food: Fried Chicken Fingers
Can anyone guess what I am talking about? FRIEND OF THE WEEK, PEOPLE. Jamie Judd has been selected to do us the honor of being friend of the week. If you have not checked out her blog, get there now: http://velcrodog-jjj.blogspot.com
Her personal interview to come, tomorrow. Like Sarah has said before, great things are always worth the wait.
Til next time, may the force be with you.
I am sure you are confused right now. Let me explain...
As many of you know, I thoroughly enjoy science fiction and fantasy. I love imagining a world where wizards, dragons, and super heroes really exist. I really think it all started the first time I ever saw Star Wars as a child. I wanted to BE Princess Leia and I wanted to marry Han Solo (I still do btw look at him up there all devilish, darling, and defiant).
So, basically, I think about this kind of stuff everyday: What if I was a wizard? What if I had this super power or that super power? What if I could get in my De Lorean and travel back in time with Doc Brown? How would I use these abilities and who would benefit from them besides just me? (Hello DORKY side of Sarah).
Just this morning I was evaluating the pros and cons of being bullet proof. Literally this is what goes through my head: If I was bullet proof, I don't know how that would benefit anyone other than me unless I was in the right place at the right time, like that girl who could turn into diamonds in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. And it would really only help me out if I was in the wrong place at the wrong time...like on my dad's farm during deer season. In order for this to be really helpful, I would have to literally seek out trouble to make a difference, and I still couldn't do much in the way of rebuilding communities or attacking bad guys...or even flying to Paris on a whim. So, I don't think I would want to be bullet proof.
So I am sure right now you are wondering, well what super power would Sarah want to have? Well friends, it is telekinesis. I have this dream at least once a week (so far this week I am going strong at two nights out of two) that I am trying to save the world and that I have discovered this ability to move things with my mind. Last night it was a bunch of ice and rocks being hurled at me that I was repelling by just holding up my hand. Often, I throw people against walls, open gates that are locked shut, and stop trains from hitting my friends and family. Yes, I am THAT WEIRD.
Before you run away laughing, I do have some "wisdom" I'd like to share. I think the reason I have all of these dreams and wishes of being Super Me is that I really strive everyday to make a difference in the world around me. It would be so much easier to do if I could hop on a plane to Haiti and just rebuild Port au Prince with my bare hands. But, I can't. So I will settle for $50 donations here and there, dropping off clothes at Genesis every couple of months, and always offering to help out when I am asked (unless it is before 8am). So to all of you muggles out there, I say this: keep dreaming of and acting like a better version of you so that hopefully one day we create a better version of our world.
My favorite quote of all time: Be the change you wish to see in the world.
Thanks Gandhi...and Han :)
Monday, February 15, 2010
For some reason on Monday morning, I can’t get out of bed, I don’t want to get out of bed, I can’t work out, I don’t wear lip stick, I wear a frown and quite frankly, I want to get home and get to bed and let Tuesday begin.
One saving grace on Mondays is to think about the upcoming weekend. Now if you have been a little wild the weekend before, this is sometimes hard to do. I often catch myself saying, “I am never going to drink again, I am going on a diet, see you in 2 months.” This attitude normally changes when Wednesday hits, and I am ready to hit the town once again and “tie one on.” (Love that saying)
After my relaxing weekend at home, I can honestly say, “I am ready to tie one on.” But even thinking about the weekend ahead is not helping my Monday blues. So, I am going to keep repeating to myself how lucky I am to even be breathing in this office air, how lucky I am to see, speak, smell and to have two arms and two legs and all my fingers and toes. This will make me thankful and get me through the remainder of the day.
Hope everyone’s having a good one. 4 more days.
Kismet: Friday night birthday bash for Venk, Lackey, and Bucky Rob = One of the best nights out in awhile! Happy birthday to you all!!!
Tacos Y Mas: Saturday late morning, decided to try a new breakfast taco place with Patrick. Delicious tacos, but very cold and wet outside while waiting at the pick up window.
Veritas: Saturday early evening, champagne and cupcake tasting with two of my favorite friends (Liz and Norton - Kendra, thank you for the recommendation we have to go back when it is less crowded). The cupcakes came from Citizen Sweet and were all natural and just a little bit bigger than bite size. SO GOOD - the creamy dreamy vanilla cupcake was just about the best thing I have ever had.
Terellis: Saturday night with same favorite friends mentioned above. The place isn't new (duh, I go there every other weekend) but I did try the mussels for the first time, and I tell you what, I was not disappointed. I think I might start getting those now instead of the Italchos. This is just typical of me because I always order mussels every time I see them on the menu, and I hadn't at Terellis because I liked other stuff so much I didn't want to get stuck on the damn mussels. I guess you can't avoid the inevitable, right?
Whole Foods in Lakewood: Enjoyed some Sunday afternoon grocery shopping with the Scarves. Had never been to this location before. Bought some awesome cheese and tapenade. Definitely my favorite Whole Foods in Dallas.
So, after trying all of these new things this weekend, and having very positive results, I am going to try to do new things all week. Tonight I might even work out. I will let you know how that goes...
Friday, February 12, 2010
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As you can see, Lucy has great hair. (She does not take after her mother.) Her favorite hobby is sleeping, and she LOVES trying to get human food. Lucy dislikes long car rides, wearing clothes and hates when people are loud when she’s trying to sleep. A beauty like this, must get her beauty rest. Speaking of which, she’s sleeping right now. Dogs have the life.
Well, I wanted the world to meet my favorite daughter. One day, I plan to have my own shiz-tzu, and her name will be Muffee Le.
Hope everyone is having a great snow day. I thought I was beating the system by going on a work trip and getting out of the office – instead, I missed a snow day and a half day of work today! Something about snow days that can’t be explained – it’s a feeling of freedom, cold, and childlike behavior.
I am jealous. And T.G.I.F…sounds like it’s going to be a great weekend in the big D. Watch out for the NBA crowd....and how could I forget, Happy Valentine's Day Weekend.
May the force be with you.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
things in the world. I feel a little Julie Andrews right now but I can't help it, I love the snow! When I was a little Sarah the snow
was a chance to get out of school for the day, build snowmen with my dad and my brother and drink hot chocolate by the fire when we came in for the day wet from head to toe but completely content. When I was a teenage Sarah, snow meant a Simpson winter weekend and snowball fights with friends, which usually meant it was time for me to get pummeled to the ground. Now that I am an adult Sarah snow still means building snowmen, snowball fights, and a chance to sleep in. I guess it just brings the rare opportunity to relive some of those more carefree Edmond, Oklahoma days that I don't really get to have down here in Dallas, Texas. So kids, I know today is going to be a good day for several reasons: 1) duh, the snow; 2) the fact that I get to spend the day at the Belo learning about securities; and 3) it's finally
thursday, my favorite day of the week! And it is SNOWING!!!!
Stay warm everyone!
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Devoted followers, did you know that this is the second time since WWANDGS has started that Ande and I have made a post at EXACTLY the same time? CRAZY.
Following our conversation about El Fidler's musical ability, I decided to dig a little bit deeper and find out some other proud moments in his life. So, naturally, I asked him, "what other moments have made you proud?" My notes on this question are a little bit helter skelter, so I may have some major misquotes here. El, please correct me if I am wrong.
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Today, I have a lot of random thoughts, so I am going to call this post: Beat Box Morning Brew. Enjoy. This is what is going on in my head about 80% of the time. Yes, it does get tiring.
- Bills, bills, bills. What if bills came in the form of greeting cards…you know, a nice folded card with a sweat message enclosed. “Dear Ande, we are so sorry to find you during this time of debt, but it is time to pay your cable bill again.” Of course, it would come with some great, sweet graphics and lots of color. Wouldn’t you be so much more reluctant to pay that bill, not to mention receive the bill.
- How bad do you hate it when you are walking down the hall, and someone says, “Smile.” This, for me, is always a wake up call that sometimes I walk around looking grumpy. Little do they know I have a dance beat in my head and thinking about the upcoming weekend. I just didn’t feel like talking to them. Even worse, you look tired today. Thank you. Really, thank you.
- Why in the world are david allen coe’s “why do we drink” and Robert Earl Keen’s “road goes on forever, party never ends” stuck in my head today? If the world only knew….And that makes me think, wonder what’s always going on in someone’s head. Your life soundtrack. I have thought about this before… and I can’t choose a good song for my life soundtrack.
- Why can’t we be living on the East Coast right now and be having a snow day?
- Why can’t No Fear t-shirts come back in style? As you can probably tell, I am a true sap for motivational quotes. No Fear shirts allowed us to wear these and express go get em’ quotes all day. How about “you miss 90% of the shots you don’t take.” Now that could really be the pushing point for someone.
- Why is Taylor Swift on at least one radio station every time I turn the Radio on? Try it next time you get in your car. I guarantee that teen will be on.
- When I get on the cast for the bachelor next season, will they expose our blog? Hello book deal.
I will leave you with this. Tuesday is not a fun day. We got over Monday, but we still have 4 more long work days ahead. This might motivate you to keep going: “The most successful people are those that work the hardest, and they are the most happy.” I will keep telling myself this, but seems to me that most presidents of companies are sitting back and chillaxing or playing golf… but I guess they worked their way there.
May the force be with you.
Monday, February 8, 2010
So, this weekend started off quite nicely. On Friday, Liz and I attended a happy hour with Kendra and some other girls at Bar Celine. I guess it wasn't exactly a happy hour since we got there at 8:30 and left at 10:15, but it was quite enjoyable. The next morning we woke up bright and early and headed to Bishop Arts for the first annual dash for the beads. Those in attendance included Paul "the lobster" Smith, Sarah Smith (me), Liz Stutts, Ande Courtney, Madeleine and Todd Fidler, Jesse Smith (no relation), Kendra Mayer, Erin Burrows and Justin England. Paul was a very good lobster and dash for the beads participant. He took pictures with little girls, made friends with another dog dressed as a lobster, and even got his picture taken by the Dallas Morning News! However, it was supposed to be on some blog and I forgot to remember the name, and now I can't find it. Anyone have any ideas how I can locate that? And, yes, I have already tried Google. So Paul only did the one mile fun walk because he was very very cold and he is very very small. He had so much fun though and was really excited to give back to the Oak Cliff community that he loves so much (he likes charity almost as much as his mom).
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Nearly every day, I feel that “there’s not enough time in the day.” We have to work, run errands, talk on the phone, commute, workout, find time for oursleves… I find myself saying, there’s never enough time. And sometimes, I have one of those Jessie Spano moments when she freaks out because there’s never enough time and she’s taken too many caffiene pills. (idiot)
I came across a qoute that I wanted to share. I think this will help me to stay more motivated and realize that there is enough time if I don’t take as many breaks or think I need more hours of sleep etc.
“Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Louis Pasteur, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo de Vinci, Thomas Jefferson and Albert Einstein.”
After reading this, I decided, it’s true, we have enough time. So, it’s time to get myself in gear and seize the day! There is enough time; it just depends on what you do with your time.
May the force be with you.
Friday, February 5, 2010
I hope everyone has some great weekend plans – whether this means you are taking it easy and giving yourself some R & R, or you are going full force with glow sticks and too many glasses of wine.
I, along with Sarah, and many of my fellow friends will be participating in the “Dash for the Beads" run. (Race name just has FUN written all over it.) I love fun runs, but I hate when they publish the results online. Have a little respect people. I once ran a 10K race at a very slow pace, and now when you google my name, my name and race time show up…as well, as the fun fact of me coming in 3rd to last of the entire race. If this doesn’t do damage to one’s self esteem, I don’t know what does! So after the run, I hope to have some post race drinks and brunch and then who knows. That’s what is so great about the weekend- no deadlines. I could sit and watch DVR, I could play wii, or I could go wine myself all night.
Sunday, for me, is a day of getting organized for the week to come and recover from the great weekend i had. Don’t judge, but I don’t think I will participate in Super Bowl activities. I have never been a Sunday Funday girl. I can remember the one and only time I did Sunday Funday, and I ended up getting my picture with “Al.” (He’s the guy on Kid Kraddick that goes around to bars and sees drunk girls and then makes fun of them on the radio Monday morning.) I had no idea it was Al, till my friend Madeleine pointed it out. I was duped that day, and I can only hope I did not make it into Al’s mean morning radio lineup.
Hope everyone has a great weekend! Live it up, because Monday’s come too soon. One last note, book club was a success. Good book, great company, good wine…really, how could you go wrong? The craziest thing, we really did discuss the book! Great book by the way. Props to Sarah for getting this club together.
May the force be with you. (and yours)
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Ande and I originally decided to embark on this journey together after reading a report about the Full House house that is currently on sale in San Francisco. At first, we wanted to tie in the Tanners to our little project, but that idea was rebuked by two of our most beloved critics, Jamie and Mary. So, we decided to come up with something a little more germane to our relationship, enter White Wine and Glow Sticks. I would like to follow in the footsteps of my co-contributor and outline a few of my favorite things, but before I do so I feel that it is necessary to add my own disclaimer regarding your reading experience. I doubt very seriously that my blogging will be quite so hilarious as that of La Rhon. I often think that she deserves her own reality show, and I think that most of you would agree with me. She is hands down one of my favorite people on this planet, and I am so happy to be sharing this "space" with her. On my end, I promise to share with you a few of my quirky, self-centered, self-loathing, magical, and boring stories that make up my current Addison by day Dallas by night end of my mid twenties single Paul-owning existence (yes Patrick I know I left out some proper punctuation) that I find to be quite happy and fulfilling but not always that exciting. So now that I have either built this up too much or already caused you to proceed with complete skepticism...without further ado, my favorite things...
OCD – I like things so in order, I will be late to work to make sure my bed is made.
Happy – I strive for this every day. There’s no reason not to live in the moment and to be so thankful and happy. As my mother always says, “stop complaining, you have all your arms and limbs.” It’s so true. I also found out last night how happy I get when coloring. (Thank you Jessica for the awesome Fashion Coloring Book!)
Gamer – Well, since this past Monday, that is. I love the Wii.
Rhonda – I randomly named myself this for when times I felt large, in charge and obnoxious and wearing leopard…I originally got this from Road Trip. Don’t ask. But the name has stuck. Some days, I feel like introducing myself as Rhonda, or Rhonnie.
Today Show – You could say I am obsessed. But how could you not be? You wake up with Matt, Meredith, Anne and Al (cough cough, he’s my least favorite) every morning. They are family. And don’t forget the crowd staple: LENNY. I will meet him when I go to NYC in May. It’s my goal. If you don't know who I am talking about, please look for the man that is in the crowd, always bundled up- the cast sits up in front of him every morning, and sometimes, just sometimes, they give a shout out to him.
(That’s all I will give you now- you will have to tune in to find out more about me.)
As you know, Sarah and I have decided to start blogging about whatever comes to our mind. Having a dual blog will allow us to tell two stories…two different people that were brought together to blog by the love of glow sticks and white wine. Did that just make sense? I should probably go ahead and put a disclaimer out that I do not use proper grammar. I try. I can honestly say I try, but 9 times out of 10, I fail. Bare with me.
So throughout the day, I have many random thoughts that cross my mind. Some of them so random, I just want to share with people. Glow Sticks and White Wine will now be my outlet to get things out. Here is a random thought I would like to share with you today:
Why when you whisper to someone, they whisper back? No, I am not talking in a quiet movie. This just happened. I was walking down the hall, and I whispered, “hi.” (real question is why was I whispering when I could have been at a high octave level, we will never know) But why did the gentleman whisper “hi” back. But think about it- when people whisper to you, you just automatically whisper back. Try it now.
Okay, my random thought is not transpiring well when I write it out, so enough with that. Please don’t quit reading. I feel tomatoes being thrown at me already.
On to new news, we will be holding our first book club meeting this evening. Our first book topic will be The Bell Jar. Annoyingly, I can’t stop saying, “I feel like I am in a bell jar today,” because I like using it in context. Looking forward to talking about the book and really looking forward to socializing and “wining.” Nothing like a good glass of white wine to make up for a “day.” As I always say, if I were a smoker, “today is definitely a two pack day.” (I don’t smoke, but I know today would be a 2-packer.)
I had to buy 3 tires today for my sedan. (love calling cars, sedans) I feel like I should have just thrown the money out the window. At least I know my tires are in good shape as I am flying down the highway honking at everyone that I feel is getting in my lane. I am an over-obsessive honker. It’s out of control really. I honked at a nice, good looking gentleman the other day, and he flipped me off! I am still in shock. I was expecting him to flash me his pearly whites or tell me to pull over to get my digits- nope, he gave me the BIRD.
Well, check back soon, because I expect great things to be posted to this site. If you are interested in making a guest appearance, please feel free to contact us and we will make this happen.
Hmm… I would like to end with the same ending on all posts, but I don’t know what that could be. Maybe just XOXO... or how about, "may the force be with you." I once was interviewing a girl at my last job, and that's what I told her as she was leaving! She was probably so nervous, and I ended the interview, "may the force be with you." It got real awkard. Speaking of awkward, today I was on the phone trying to spell a name for a woman, "c as in cat...d as in dog... T as in TEA." HELLO RHONDA. T as in TEA. She definitely won't get that confused with another letter. Okay, really, I am probably boring you, and I am probably about to get fired.