I don’t know about the rest of you, but I didn’t make it through the whole Super Bowl game where the Seattle Seahawks humiliated the Denver Broncos with a win of 43-8. Not overly fond of either team, I listened to the first quarter as I read a magazine and I watched the second quarter. However, when the Broncos still hadn’t scored a point going into the second half of the game, I decided enough was enough. This was not the be-all-end-all amazing game that football fans all across America wait all year for. This was a complete annihilation and it was sad to watch.
March 17th has finally come. A day of corned beef and cabbage, Lucky Charms, and all thing green. ‘Tis also a day to drink your socks off with various libations while the sound of bag pipes play in the background. You may not feel it now, but you’ll feel it tomorrow. I’m staying sober this year (darn those adult responsibilities of working tomorrow) and decided to make my co-workers some yummy treats for tomorrow instead of enjoying an Irish Car Bomb. Regardless of my celebratory staying home, I can still find the humor in this day.
The recent internet sensation of humorously shaming toddlers by posting a picture of the guilty child with a sign explaining what he or she did to warrant such embarrassment has spread to the animal kingdom. Makes me want to do the very same thing to Jake when he scares the crap out of the neighbors, scrapes his butt on the carpet, clears a room with his farts, drools a small lake while waiting for ice cream, begs, or… you get the picture. Enjoy!
Wonderlings, I’ve missed you and can’t wait to share with you stories from my latest European adventure. Unfortunately, I’m feeling a little under the weather (I blame the last flight from Atlanta to Los Angeles for my current sinus issues) so this will be a visual post rather than a written one. I hope you’ll forgive me and I hope you enjoy these latest funnies.
In honor of the newest addition to the family (Nephew #3 was born last night!) and because babies are just so gosh darn funny, behold the first ever “Just Because It’s Funny” post.