Here are some random baby posts that never became grownup adult posts:
I'm so backwards. When it's cold out, I want to wear a t-shirt for some reason, yet when it's hot AF out, I'm pulling on a sweatshirt. Am I alone? I've always been like this, per my mom.
What's on your playlist these days? I'm digging the new Liam Gallagher single, and I typically just check out Apple Music's curated daily playlists. But, I need a good "leave it on and don't skip a song" album. Shuffling my library is not an option, because I have Christmas music on there and it's weird to hear in June.
You know what's a really bad TV show? Two Broke Girls. I feel like every episode is the same and the jokes are predictable.
At what point does calling someone out online become cyber-bullying? Like, for example - if someone cuts you off, and you post their car, license plate and other descriptive details online, inviting a free-for-all of comments and namecalling...are you bullying? Nowadays, with social media...I tend to lean more toward yes, you are.
I can't decide if I like Ryan Seacrest, or if I just tolerate him. I think if I met him in person, I would just be like, "hey."
If I'm walking down the street, and I see a person walking a Pit bull coming toward me, and I'm a little scared - does that make me a horrible person? I know Pits get a really bad rap, and that it's important they have the right owners (which, how would I know if it's a stranger walking them?) - but I can't help but feel terrible that their big mouths and super muscular bodies scare me at first.
I'm giving up bread-y products for a little bit, in an effort to speed up shedding the last 10ish lbs of baby weight I have left. It's gonna bagel hard, and sometimes I donut think I can do it, but then I think that I might as well just take a cracker at it.
I knew that we were moving close to NYC, but I had no idea I would be able to see the skyline from my neighborhood! It's very majestic and exciting.
After being back on the east coast for a month or so, now - I can say the only thing I miss about the west coast is that I didn't sweat at all there, because of the dry climate. Damn humidity.
But probably if I sweated more, I could go back to eating bagels.