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One of the most depressing activities one can do is flip on the morning news. You will be innocently sipping your fresh, dad-made coffee on your couch, with a fire flickering in the background, and kitties snuggled on you happy as can be.

Then you turn on the TV:

-Missing girl’s prosthetic leg found in forest

-Indonesian Tsunami

-Political bullshit

-Notre Dame student dies in freak tower toppling over accident

-Unemployment skyrocketing

-American mauled to death by a jaguar in Belize


CURSE YOU TODAY SHOW! I tune in to see dancing cats, the best halloween costume ideas, and Al Roker’s smiling face–not tragic news!

It seriously makes me sick to my stomach. I want to be informed about what is going on in the world but lately the only form of news that I can stand comes in the form of humor.

Steven Colbert and Jon Stewart have long been my heroes, but at this point they are my sole way of getting news. I realize that it is incredibly biased through my own personal viewpoint–i.e. democratic and utterly disgusted with the notion of a Sarah Palin TV show on TLC

Seriously click it, I just threw up in my mouth a little bit. Considering boycotting TLC when that airs, even if they do show documentaries about pregnant 70 year olds..

Anyways, Colbert is the love of my live for so many reasons but a large one is his ability to make fun of Glenn Beck. Not that Beck makes it so difficult.


Marry me?


Ah the perks of being a day ahead of responsibilities (or 8 hours) hahah I can procrastinate until the evening and still make my deadline for my column!


It’s really not even that bad, I have written most of it already but I am just not satisfied with it. I feel like it should be more professional or something along those lines, I’m not use to putting my opinions into my articles so..yeah.

I’ll figure it out. I could always just condense it to be:

  • Lines suck, and they are taking over Sweden.


  • If I have to stand in line one more time I will kick a baby.

or just

  • Patience is a virtue.

that would about sum up my topic of choice. In the name of further pushing back tasks (two papers for class, one column, laundry, reading an entire history book) I took the route of looking up random shit on the internet.

I found this on Yahoo! I don’t necessarily agree with all of them but it is still a nice though.

101 small pleasures you can enjoy every day

  1. coloring (yes, grown-ups can do it, too)
  2. crisp cotton sheets
  3. soft skin
  4. old family recipes
  5. the first daffodils of spring
  6. sleeping in
  7. an exercise endorphin high
  8. window boxes
  9. a perfect cup of coffee
  10. a genuine compliment (giving or receiving)
  11. the way babies smell
  12. a handwritten letter
  13. waking up in a good mood…for no real reason
  14. singing in the shower
  15. finding a couple forgotten dollars in your pocket
  16. doing something nice for your neighbor
  17. a home cooked meal
  18. laughing
  19. movie theater popcorn
  20. playing hookey
  21. a bubble bath
  22. swimming
  23. an afternoon nap
  24. street musicians
  25. your favorite song
  26. saying thank you
  27. helping someone in need
  28. old fashioned photo booths
  29. fresh whipped cream
  30. inspiring blogs
  31. a glass of wine
  32. rainy afternoons
  33. the funny things kids say
  34. a novel you can get lost in
  35. finding the perfect piece of clothing…on sale
  36. clean laundry
  37. the wind in your hair
  38. treating the person behind you at the drive-thru
  39. sharing an umbrella
  40. the smell of lavender
  41. a long walk that clears your head
  42. a bear hug
  43. The Beatles
  44. smiling at a stranger
  45. eating with chopsticks (Chinese food optional)
  46. butterflies
  47. staying in your pj’s all day
  48. singing along to the radio and knowing all the words
  49. fresh herbs
  50. ordering in pizza
  51. happy endings…even if they’re fictional
  52. flying a kite
  53. puppies
  54. root beer floats
  55. holding open the door…
  56. …or having someone hold the door for you
  57. fountain soda
  58. white, fluffy towels
  59. sunshine
  60. spending an afternoon at a museum
  61. really great advice
  62. green lights all the way home
  63. the sound of rain hitting the windows
  64. sitting in a booth
  65. holding hands
  66. a great hair day with no effort
  67. building a fort with your kids
  68. when someone falls asleep with their head on your shoulder
  69. fireflies
  70. the perfect taco
  71. geraniums on a windowsill
  72. slow dancing
  73. the smell of fresh-baked bread
  74. cheesy, uplifting musicals
  75. great stories
  76. the smell of gasoline
  77. the cold side of the pillow
  78. love letters
  79. old friends…
  80. …new friends
  81. a pull-through parking space
  82. a baguette — crisp on the outside, airy on the inside
  83. when a dog licks your hand
  84. sitting at the counter at an old-fashioned diner
  85. using your favorite dishes
  86. reading your child a bedtime story
  87. Girl Scout Cookies
  88. flossing
  89. kissing someone you love
  90. the smell of onions and garlic cooking
  91. hot chocolate
  92. jumping in puddles
  93. old photographs
  94. birds hopping on the sidewalk
  95. Ella Fitzgerald
  96. a spoonful of peanut butter straight from the jar
  97. your softest t-shirt
  98. a new magazine in the mail
  99. fireplaces
  100. having exact change
  101. bacon and pancakes cooking on Saturday morning

I also found this sucker:

7 games you can do with bricks..

If you have a brick or a pile of bricks, you may be thinking “bricks are really boring.”  But you’re wrong.   There are probably a million ways to have fun with a brick. Here are seven of them.

I also found some really funny pictures that I had on my computer from my childhood hahah

Ah the productivity in my life is astounding.


The size of the only coffee maker in my room is absolutely ABSURD. Well, absurd if you ignore the fact that it makes about two cups.. which is really all a normal human needs..

ON THAT NOTE, have a wonderful day :)