Monday, November 19, 2012


It's so easy to get wrapped up in the details of your own get upset or frustrated at all the things going wrong. For instance, this morning I couldn't find my glasses, spilled coffee on my computer, ran late for class, then got so frustrated with one of my teachers I wanted to stab myself in the eye. I also have the underlying 25 page paper to write and my two finals to study for. These are my "problems" that I stress and bitch about.

And then I found out a good friend of mine has stage 4 pancreatic cancer that has moved to her aorta.

And that, ladies and gentleman, is what you call "perspective."

Finding out someone has cancer really puts my little nuances into perspective. It also makes me extremely thankful for the things I have. It makes me thankful that my family has insurance so that I can have glasses. It makes me thankful that I have a computer and can afford coffee. It makes me thankful that I am in law school and have the opportunity to have class to be late to and to write papers for. It makes me thankful that I have the ability to study for classes and the opportunity to learn.

I lead such a blessed, amazing life, full of so many wonderful people. It's so important to realize what I have and to just... be happy, joyous and thankful for everything. So, I ask of you two things: 1. I ask you to always be thankful, not just in November, but always, and 2. I ask you to please pray for my friend.

Have a blessed and wonderful Monday lovies. 

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Dear Weekend, Thanks for Blowing. My. Mind.

So weekends are alway typically better than weekdays. No work/school, football, sleeping later and some time to catch up with the DVR. Even if there's homework...weekends are just better.

But then there comes a weekend that kicks all the rest of the weekends little white butts.

Friday, November 9 2012

Even though Thursday was my last day at work, I always take Friday's off. I don't have any classes and I never worked on Fridays. Friday was my day off. The day I could just relax, sleep in, and not have Income Tax :) So Fridays are always nice. Z and I decided to celebrate our 4-year anniversary on Friday night (even though Saturday the 10th is the official day) because one of our besties (yes "our" because we both love her) birthday was Saturday. So we went and ate steak and had a wonderful nice night out to ourselves on Friday.

Saturday, November 10 2012

So Saturday, my parents came in to watch the last Texas Tech home game against Kansas. I always love when my parents come in. As I said, I've been having major homesickness so it's therapeutic and just...nice to have them here for the weekend. Anyways, Saturday was nice because:

Texas Tech beat Kansas in OT!

We got to celebrate one of my most amazing friends' 26th Birthday.

We decided instead of doing a traditional wine-of-the-month club for a year, me and my two other friends chose 4 months and decorated the bottles accordingly. I did Oct-Jan. The pictures on the top and bottom are the bottles, the one on the left is me K and her bf J. The middle is the Consonants :). 

Love this guy
And Z and I celebrated 4 years of loving each other.

And my parents finally told me the big secret they've been planning for awhile. A few weeks ago they hinted they had officially planned my graduation present but gave me NO HINTS. By the way... I love hints. I love getting and giving hints---to the point of where I eventually just give away the present. I'm the worst present-secret keeper which works well for those I'm giving presents to. I just get so excited.


So on Saturday my parents told me about my graduation present. They made this book and gave it to me.

The first page. I love these two.

Hmmm...Where are we going?


and PARIS!!! Please notice my Paris charm on my bracelet. So appropro!

*Disclaimer--my parents actually gave me this earlier but I hadn't showered, was in my jams, and wasn't wearing makeup. I was WAY less posed at that point but I refused to let anyone document it haha*

So YES! Aug 6-15 we will be eating fish and chips and french bread with wine until we can't eat anymore. I am so excited. I have the most wonderful parents and I am so looking forward to making some wonderful, once-in-a-lifetime experiences with them. 

Sunday, November 11, 2012

The Cowboys won and I got to spend most of the day with my parents, just our little threesome. I truly cherish those moments with them. We chatted and planned our European vacay, ate McAllisters (typical Sunday lunch), got some honey-do's done around the house, and just lounged. It was wonderful. I love them so.

So that was my weekend, filled with love, celebrations, family, and friends. I hope you all had wonderful weekends too. With all the excitement, it's important to remember that without our veterans, we wouldn't be able to have the freedoms we sometimes take for granted. Please take a moment and thank the veterans you know and send up a prayer/thoughts for all the veterans that have come before us and will come after us. We are such a blessed nation, and it's because of them we can live the lives we do.

"This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave." -Elmer Davis


Thursday, November 8, 2012

It's OK Thursdays

Linking up with Neely over at A Complete Waste of Makeup for "It's OK Thursdays." Let's get to it shall we?

It's OK...

That I haven't posted in a few days because all I have wanted to talk about is politics and I would like to keep my friends on both sides of the aisle...

That I found a dog two weeks ago, had to keep it for a few days (trying to find its owner/a new home) and when I eventually had to take it to a vet in LBK that fosters and adopts out animals, I cried...

That I'm bittersweet about today being my last day at work...

That I get my hopes up when applying for a job I really want...

To make mistakes and trust people when maybe I shouldn't have....

To be confident in myself and my abilities...

To not want human-kids right now...

To spoil my current animal-kids to death...

That I haven't started studying for finals, haven't started working on my paper that is due Tuesday, and haven't started working on another paper that's due in two weeks....

well maybe that isn't ok...moving on

That I'm homesick...

That I absolutely love trash T.V. (See Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Long Island Medium, SYTTD)

That I absolutely love my boyfriend for watching them with me...

That I am absolutely extremely excited for this weekend as it is my 4-year anniversary with Z and the birthday of one of my best friends (who is sometimes mistaken for my lesbian girlfriend...more on that later)...

Well poppies (I'm pretty sure that's a term used in Pirates of the Caribbean) I hope you are all having a lovely Thursday and an even more wondermous Friday and a fabulous weekend. I would love to hear what's "OK" with you today...or any day for that matter :)


Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Not Exactly the Type of Advice I Was Looking For...

As I'm beginning the job search, I'm talking to lawyers and trying to get helpful advice about how to enter the profession, what advice do you have about becoming an estate planning/probate lawyer etc. I feel like for the most part, these chats have been very informative and a great way to meet people. 

Until last night, that is.

I met a very nice lawyer who practices in some of the areas of law I'm interested in. This is about how our conversation went:

Lawyer: So what year are you?
Me: I'm a 3L at Texas Tech. I'm so excited to almost be done blah blah blah and I want to practice estate planning and probate law
Lawyer: Oh I do some estate planning and probate
Me: Oh really? Can you give me any advice about entering the field or what you believe every attorney practicing that area should know?
Lawyer: Quit law school now and go to med school. Seriously, you will make more money and in some instances have better hours...

Seriously? Oh thanks, let me just go ahead and drop out! That's such a great idea! Even though I've made it to my last year and have a buttload of debt, let me go ahead and go to med school where I'll be in school until I'm 35, quadruple the debt I've already accumulated, and want to faint on a daily basis because I can't deal with blood.

Obviously I didn't say that. But I wanted to.

Anyways, after that little nugget of wisdom, he actually proceeded to give me some really good advice (only inserting med school every once in awhile). There are moments in life when I think to myself "if I'm ever in the situation to give advice, hire someone, fire someone, etc., I will never do/say etc. what that person did/said etc. to me... especially a 3L who is so excited about almost being done with law school and entering in to a profession that she has wanted to be in since middle school. I definitely don't want to hear that law school is "as good as it gets." Woof. 

Anyways, thought I'd share my little experience so that when you're in this situation, years from now, you know what not to do.

Have a great Hump Day loves

<3 K

Monday, October 22, 2012

Wreck 'Em Texas Tech!

I love everything about Texas Tech. I bleed red & black. I know some of you don't understand this, just like I don't understand the cult  tradition-rich culture that is A&M or why people would voluntarily wear burnt orange, but what I do understand is school-spirit and y'all, nothing makes me more school-spirited than football.

If you lived next door to me on Saturday afternoon, you probably thought Zach was murdering me in the house from all the screaming and cursing I was doing during the TTU v. TCU football game. If you don't know what I'm talking about, then you need to watch college football a little more but I'll do you a solid and provide a quick recap:

Tech won. BOOYA!!

:) Ok but seriously it was awesome. The game went to triple-OT at which point TCU was only able to score a field goal while Doege completed a touchdown pass to Alex Torres FTW. I was screaming so loud and clapping so hard I felt light-headed and my hands are still a little sore.

What's even more exciting is that Texas Tech is ranked No. 14 in the BCS standings, No 15 in AP and No. 17 in a USA Today Poll. I'm loving every minute of it because as we all know, rankings are like fashion, "one day you're in, and the day day you're out."

Heidi you are so fabulous

Anyways, I hope you all had a wonderful weekend and a nice start to your week. Oh, and one more thing that is so tacky but I cannot help myself...

Welcome to the Big XII TCU <3
peace 'n blessins

Thursday, October 18, 2012

It's OK Thursday

Linking up with Lynn over at Illegally Blonde and Amber at Brunch with Amber for "It's OK" Thursdays. Enjoy lovies!

It's OK...

To wish that Jo Ellen Jarrell and Judge Elliott Smith III of Abilene, Texas both eventually enter the seventh-circle of Hell after Jarrell abused her 81-year-old patient by stuffing paper towels in his mouth to keep him from talking while hitting him in the face and twisting his nose and ears, and Smith charged an elderly woman $11,400 for lawn services, only costing approximately $175. There are few things in this world that completely enrage me, including but not limited to elder abuse and animal abuse.

That I'm also extremely upset that Abilene's Planned Parenthood location is shutting down due to lack of funding and that people are happy for it. According to statistics from 2010, 97% of Planned Parenthood's activites are not abortion-related and by advocating against Planned Parenthood, it is also advocating against men and women recieving health-care services and health and sex education.

That I was late to work because I absolutely needed a Pumpkin Spice Latte.

That I am so excited to go wedding dress shopping for my bride-to-be friend tonight.

That I want to just stay home in my jams and watch Disney movies, SYTTD, and Ghost Adventures with the Wiener and the Bogie.

To enjoy and appreciate the presidential debates but wish they did not cancel The New Girl and The Mindy Project.

That I look at cars completely out of my price range.

To still be completely head-over-heels in love with my boyfriend and tell people about it (you're allowed to post adorable pictures of your wedding/baby/etc, therefore, I am allowed to post about how much I love the man of my dreams)

What's OK with you this week? Link up lovies and have a wonderful day!

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Crock Pot Turkey Chili

As I told you Tuesday, today I'm busting out the ol' crock pot and making some chili for Frito pies tonight. Just want to give a quick shout out to the weather, as it's supposed to be only 79 today with clouds and storms. Perfect. Fall. Weather.

Anyways, because I love this recipe and I've gotten some good reviews from it, (this is a big deal btw because I don't typically cook unless it involves a crock pot or microwave), I thought I'd share the recipe with you all so you can enjoy it during the fall/winter seasons.

Makes 8-10 Servings


  1. 2lbs ground turkey (or beef)
  2. 2 16oz cans of kidney beans, rinsed off and drained
  3. 1 16oz can of chili beans
  4. 2 14.5oz can diced tomatoes undrained (if you want yours a little more spicy, get the cans with peppers. I believe it's a Rotel brand)
  5. 1 8oz can tomato sauce
  6. 1-1 1/2 packets of McCormicks Chili seasoning (mild or spicy, your preference)
  7. *chopped onion if you want*


  1. In skillet, cook turkey/beef over medium heat until no pink. Salt as you're cooking. Drain, transfer to fridge or crock pot. 
  2. Add all ingredients in crock pot.
  3. Cover and cook on LOW for 8-10hrs or on HIGH for 4hrs. 
Easy peasy people. And it's delicious. Hope you have a great Thursday!

<3 Kt

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

I'm So Excited!

OK so first off, I want to thank you ALL for the unexpected (but really appreciated) love and support after my last semi-depressing post about jobs. I love you all and I knew I kept you guys around for a reason :)

But seriously. Thank you.

Second, because of that depressing job rant, I want to follow it up with things happening this week that make me so. excited.

I can't help that when I said "I'm So Excited" I immediately thought of this. Yes SBTB and drug prevention.

Annnnyways, moving right along...
It's an excited wiener.

  1. The 2-Episode New Girl premier tonight!  I love me some New Girl and I have been patiently waiting for season 2. It makes Tuesdays bearable. Especially since the train-wreck that is Dance Moms ended last week.
  2. Grey's Anatomy starts Thursday. Fall TV is back y'all
  3. I get to see TWO of my best friends this week. My friend Jennabeth over at Of A Long Book gets here tomorrow and Cara will be here Thursday night. SoExCiTeD

  1. This is actually number 4 but I can't figure out how to continue the numbering. So, number 4, it's officially fall (even if the weather doesn't realize it yet...Hey, 90-degree days, it's officially Fall, cut. it. out.) so anyways, it's officially fall so that means I'm busting out the crock-pot and making chili this week for Frito pies. 
  2. Actually number 5. South Plains Fair this weekend. Ready for some fried-everything and funnel cakes (which are also fried FYI).
  3. Actually number 6. Lastly, I'm so excited (and you should be too) that I'm not these guys

I would love to hear what you're excited about this week. Feel free to link up!

Have a great week lovies <3

Thursday, September 20, 2012

When You Want Something Too Much....

You typically don't get it. Or you get it and it's not as wonderful or perfect as it seemed on paper. I think when you want something too much, that thing realizes it, sees how desperate you are, is turned off, and goes with someone who is much more indifferent. And this is called rejection. Which is what I experienced this morning.

Let's all say it together shall we. On three. One, two, three

"I didn't get the job."

Yes, so this is me, handling rejection. Whether I'm handling it "well", I don't know, I guess that's subjective. I mean, I made myself get dressed, put on makeup, go to school and then later I'm going to work...when all I really wanted to do is stay home in my jams with Otto and Bogie and watch T.V. all day. I know some of you may think I'm overreacting. And I'm sure I am. I mean, everyone gets rejected from a job. I think this is just my "welcome to the real world and the job application process" rotten fruit-basket gift. But man, I really wanted this job. It was perfect on paper, but apparently, not meant for me. I'm going to be honest here, I had a feeling. The company I was applying for an interview with had only 7 interview slots available and I found out that 12 people applied. When I heard that, I just kind of knew I wouldn't be getting an interview. I really don't blame them. They had to cut down the applicants to 7 and the only real way to do this was apparently, by grades. Especially because they wanted you to be in a certain percentile of your class. I had the real-world experience, I just didn't have the grades. So is life.

I love having my boyfriend in law school with me. He keeps me sane and I honestly don't think I could have made it through taking the LSAT, applying, and the first two years without him and his love and support. That being said, there are some hard things about being in law school and going in to the same profession together. Zach got really good news from the job he applied to. And I am so proud of him. Good news for him is good news for us as a couple and I am so excited and happy that all of his hard work is paying off. But this happens a lot in our relationship I feel like. One of us gets good news and the other doesn't, so it sort of ruins the moment. I'm not trying to be a party-pooper here, but the "bad news" end falls on me more often than not.  And so when he tells me his good news and I come back and bust his balloon with my bad news, it's just hard...and I think that's more what is upsetting me instead of the thought I didn't getting an interview. That I can't come back with good news too and we can both celebrate instead of me putting a damper on Zach's news and him having to be supportive of me, instead of us just both being excited. Anyways, Zach has never been anything but loving and supportive and always says the right things to make me feel better. And when I'm upset he realizes it's not me being upset with him or less proud or excited of him, and for that I'm glad and extremely grateful, because I would hate for him to think that my tears or frustration is with his success, and not solely with my failure. It's a weird feeling to be so happy and so mad at the same time. I know I couldn't do this without him and as I've said and I'll say it again, Zach is so wonderful, supportive, and loving. And for that I am so lucky and blessed and glad that he's mine <3

Now, because this post was sad and depressing, let's end on a good note and laugh at all of these funny cards about jobs that I think many of us can relate to.

So, anyways, the job search continues. Thank you for all of your love and support and words of kindness. I feel like we're all in the job search thing together so good luck to all of you searching for a job, because it sucks. And for those of you who have jobs or have found jobs or have interviews for jobs, I am honestly so proud of you all. And remember, if someone doesn't want to hire you, it's their loss. And they're lame.

At least that's what I keep telling myself  :)

Sunday, September 16, 2012

I Honestly Have Nothing To Say...

Believe it or not. So instead, I'm going going to post a bunch of random stuff that I'm diggin' right now.

Also, prayers appreciated as I should find out Wednesday whether I have to handle rejection well or not :)
Michael Kors. You're breaking my heart at $348.00

Target. $22.99. Yes please.
Target. Boyfriend Cardi in all colors.

One More Night. Maroon 5. Weird music video. Awesome song.

I mean but these are hilarious

Goin' Band and Tech Football

And speaking of a little football...

I mean.....I couldn't help it.

Have a blessed and F-A-B FaBuLoUs week lovies.


Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Can You Handle Rejection Well?

I was asked this question a few days ago by a professor I really admire at the law school during a conversation we were having about jobs.

Me: I'm thinking about applying for this job but they require you to be in the top x% of my class. What do you think my chances are of even getting an interview?

Professor: Well, how close are you to the top x%?

Me: Um...not. But I have really great practical, real-world experiences (explain real world experience to him at this point) that I think help me stand out in other ways.

Professor: Well, can you handle rejection well?

What? Can I handle rejection well? I mean, of course I laughingly responded yes. I felt like telling him, well I've made it to my last year in law school, so apparently I can. But what kind of question/answer is that?  What does that even mean? Does anyone ever handle rejection "well?" I mean, I'm pretty sure that even the most successful person, when confronted with rejection, isn't like:


And besides that, I guess I was hoping more for a "oh man Katie you're an excellent candidate. I would think you have a great chance of getting an interview. In fact, let me just call them and tell them to go ahead and hire you with a $30,000 signing bonus and a new car." Well...maybe not all of that. The signing bonus and car are negotiable. But anyways, I guess that I was able to handle my professor's semi-rejection "well?" I mean, nervous/appalled laughter is one way of doing it...

Anyways, rejection is a sad, but necessary part of life. And I think the more you get rejected, the better you learn how to outwardly handle it "well" by smiling politely as you're inwardly flipping them the bird.

So. Moral of this story I'm going to apply for that job and pray they can see past the grade thing to how awesome of a human being I am. As they say, I have more of a chance of getting the job if I apply, than if I don't.

 Fingers crossed that I'm the one on the left

Friday, August 24, 2012

What...a Whirlwind

So things have been crazy around here the past couple of weeks and, believe it or not, all good crazy. So here is a mashup of all of life's little highlights.

  • I went on an awesome vacation with one of my best friends and got to see many beautiful of this state that I had never seen before and do many things that I had never done before like. For example:
    • Austin, South Congress, 6th Street, Uchi 

    • Port O'Connor, Texas (sorry no pictures of me in a swimsuit) but it was awesome. There were dolphins y'all.
    • Picosa Ranch (about 45min from San Antonio). Described as "the ultimate solution for a remote getaway" and "a true luxury experience"and man, it did not disappoint. The staff, accommodations, food, experience was so phenomenal. The best I can describe it is a vacation where you can plan your own vacation. You could hunt, shoot guns, go on a safari to see all of the animals on their 3,000-acre property, fish, ride horses, swim, drink, eat, drink, eat, swim, drink and eat. But seriously :) It was awesome and I would suggest anyone and everyone to make it a point to go. But while we were there, I did a few things I had never done before...such as
    • go on a safari

      shoot a 20-gauge Baretta Shotgun at some Skeet

      Shoot a 9mm 

      AK-47 bullets

      Shoot an AK-47

      Shoot an AR-15

      And see some meese elk

      As Kalin said, I went from "no guns, to all the guns." It was so. awesome. 

  • So after getting back from vacation, we all hit the ground running as our 3L (read "last year of law school HOLLA!") year began. Thank the Lord, Joseph, Mary and baby Jesus. I look at the first-year students and just feel terrible for them/really thankful that's not me haha. I know 3L year will have it's own problems (finding a job, taking the bar etc) but it's such a fun, new exciting chapter that we are all starting and I'm looking forward to it!!
  • On the topic of school, I finally got my class ring in!!!! 6 years in the making people.
  • I would've posted a picture of it on my hand but my fingers are extremely un-photoenic.
  • I got my second A of law school. I know, I know, bragging about grades but seriously, an A in law school (for me) is like finding a four-leaf clover on top of a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow while a leprechaun rides a unicorn around. So I feel like when this rare occasion/scene happens, I like to share it :)
  • Lastly, I got to be a real lawyer today. As part of my job with Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas, I had a client who wanted to change her last name. Today, I represented her (by myself) in court and petitioned the Court (by myself) to change her last name, which he did! She walked out with a new last name, and I walked out having won my first case :) It's a good day y'all.

Sorry I know that was a lot but a lot has been going on. If you're heading back to school/already started, hope your year has started off lovely. 

Have a great Friday loves. 

Friday, August 3, 2012

My Two Cents...For What It's Worth

So. I'm going to tackle Chick-Fil-A, Christianity, social matters, and maybe a little politics. Just because it sounds like fun. You have been warned. Stop reading now if you want to.

I am a Christian and I also believe in gay marriage.

How is this possible? How can I believe what the Bible says and still think that gay marriage is OK? That sinning is OK? I believe this is possible because I can't imagine God not wanting His children to be happy. I can't honestly believe, in my heart, that God would create His children, in His image, and create them to love someone of the same sex, and then condemn them. All sins are the same in God's eyes: lying is the same as murder is the same as coveting is the same as marrying someone of the same sex. God created us with the power to love others, and honestly, I think God has become a little more "hip" in His older age and has done what a lot of people have done nowadays. He has come to view people marrying those of the same sex not as "immoral" but as just another expression of love.

OK so moving on. As strongly as I believe that everyone should be allowed to get married, I also understand that there are people who don't believe that for whatever reason. I don't agree with that view, but I'm not going to bash you and/or judge you. That's one of the most beautiful/awful things about this country, that people are allowed to say things (like our soldiers are dying because of gay people) and do things (like burn our flag), all in the name of free speech. You are allowed to believe what you believe, and I'm not going to judge you for it, just like you shouldn't judge those who believe different from you. It's a different view on life. The end.

Chick-Fil-A. While you have tasty food, and I am OK with every company having their own beliefs and values, I am NOT OK with that company taking my money and using it to prevent people from getting married. Let me be clear-- you can have whatever belief system you want as a person and as a company, and if that was all this was, I would still eat at Chick-Fil-A, but the fact that the president of the company has donated millions of dollars to lobbyist groups, including Focus on the Family, a group advocating "traditional marriage," I do not want to directly or indirectly support that cause with my money.  So, I love you, but I hate what giving my money to you would mean. I won't miss your shakes and waffle fries that much. So before you go eat at Chick-Fil-A, please think about where your money could go and if you're OK with what you are supporting.

Politics. Everyone is entitled to their beliefs, but your beliefs should not impose on others' rights.

If only it were that simple. I don't understand why it can't be. Let everyone have the right to do whatever they want to do, and if you don't agree, don't do it. But it shouldn't be the law. It shouldn't be written in any Constitution, state or federal. Our Declaration of Independence says that all men are created equal; where does it say that "marriage is between a man and a woman?" The Bible. And that's why we have separation of church and state.

So, let's just have a law that enables equality. Like I posted earlier, don't like gay marriage, don't like abortion, don't like sex before marriage, awesome. That's fine. Don't do it. Just let it be your belief, but don't let your beliefs disable others from having the same rights and freedoms that you have. Let's try having a little empathy, America. How would you feel if you couldn't marry the person you loved?  How would you feel if you were considered a second-class citizen? How would you feel if you were discriminated against because of the way you were born? How about we focus on how to not have a terrible economy? Or maybe improving our unemployment rate so that we can get back to work? Or finding a cure for Alzheimer's or cancer or Parkinson's? How about we focus on more important stuff and just let people be. Why is that so hard?

Marriage inequality is the "black/white segregation" of our generation. We look back at slavery and segregation and are appalled by what our ancestors thought and did. That is how our kids and grandkids will be with us. There will be a day when our children will not know marriage inequality. And they will look back on this time with the same shock we have when we look back on slavery. It is the same concept, discriminating against someone because of how they were born, because of something they can't help, because of who they are. It is treating someone as a second-class citizen because they're gay, just as we treated African Americans as second-class citizens because of their skin. I cannot believe, in the 21st century, when we have come so far in so many areas, that we still have so far to go.

It breaks my heart to know there are people out there who can't marry the person they love. It breaks my heart that people are denied a family with the person they love. But we will keep fighting, and one day, we will all be able to marry who we love.

Stay strong and keep fighting.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Friday Confessional

But for real....TGIF. Does anyone else feel like this week has gone by about as fast as a snail crawling through peanut butter? I'm almost too tired to even be excited about it being Friday....


So, let's get down to binness. See also "business."

  • When I said that, I confess that I immediately started singing that song from Mulan "I'll Make a Man Out of You

  • I'm back on the Weight Watchers bandwagon again because I'm pretty sure the saying doesn't go "two chins are better than one".  I've lost some weight and inches (yay) but honestly y'all, I confess that I could eat the shiz out of a chicken fried steak with mashed potatoes, rolls, mac & cheese, and any other food with only fat and carbs
Yes ladies and gents, that is 18 points. Hurts so good...and yes I had to look up how to take a screen shot. 

  • I confess that I have been back from my Colorado vacay approx. one week now, and I still haven't unpacked
she seems happy...maybe she could come over and unpack for me
  • I confess that I am over my "ombre" hair did. I have officially made a hair appt in a couple of weeks to be a brunette again and I almost can't wait
Squeeze, me and my ombre hair, Mom & Dad.

  • I confess that I am laughing so hard at this photo I'm crying...and considering how Otto and Bogie with look with some brows.
    Just click -> dogs with eyebrows. You're welcome.

Happy Friday and don't forget to link up with your own confessionals! Have a great weekend

Peace 'n blessins