I saw this shirt advertised as a designated Christmas gift for math teachers. I’m sorry, but this is bad math. If I were a math teacher and received this shirt, I would be horrified. I understand that the designer meant to reference the song “We Wish You a Merry Christmas,” specifically the line, “Fa lalalalalalalala.”Continue reading “I am SO Nerdy”
I was talking to Boo, who has just started college, on the phone one night. I told her I’d just finished reading a book. She said, “Is that another one of those books with the sad British kids on the cover?” And I had to admit that, yes, it was…. I really have been readingContinue reading “I read a lot”
I plug my phone in at night near my bed, and usually it’s been on low power mode by the evening since it’s been used all day. Then when gets up to 80% charge, it lights up excitedly, bragging about how CHARGED UP it is. Usually this is around midnight, which is when you definitelyContinue reading “Why is my phone so proud of itself?”
Somehow, marketing has made women believe that we need different special moisturizers for each little part of our bodies. And now they’re coming for the men…..
I received this random text from ET, who is 24 now: How’s that for heart-warming?
This was the first Sunday we were able to go back in the church building. We were pretty excited. The church had already informed everyone that masks would be required, and that we would sit distanced from each other in the pews, so we were prepared. When we arrived at the church building and parkedContinue reading “Going Back to Church… IN PERSON!”
Here’s a picture that made me super excited pre-COVID: And here’s a picture that makes me super excited post COVID: FUN FACT: I have a favorite brand of toilet paper, which I’ve been having trouble finding, unsurprisingly. I asked my husband to look for it and HE FOUND A TWENTY PACK!!!!! He literally brought itContinue reading “Pre Covid vs Post Covid”
Apparently I pocketed my phone with the reminder app open, and accidentally typed a stream of nonsense letters to remind myself of. Bewildered by this bizarre array of letters, my phone’s autocorrect tried valiantly to suggest corrections. “Ukulele?” it ventured. “Usually?” Eventually, it gave up. I guess it’s better than a butt dial!