Thanksgiving 2017 began one-half day earlier for me than for most people because I took Wednesday afternoon off from work. Advertisements
Every year, I celebrate Thanksgiving differently.
“Must you get back to the water?” Luke asked.
Don’t judge the picture until you read to the end. It’s super funny! 😂😂😂
If you were having difficulty on an important test and could safely cheat by looking at someone else’s paper, would you do so?
“But I don’t wanna go, this is all so stupid.” “Oh you’re going, even if I have to drag you there myself.”
This week, I am grateful for laughter.
Do you ever sit on a park bench for more than ten minutes?
I think I will start this Saturday with this hilarious story.
“I didn’t know you can cook,” she said as he brought two plates of pasta to the table.
Somehow, I’m feeling more festive this year than I have in a long time.
Every midsummer night, when the veil between the living and the dead is thin, ghost fanatics would visit this collapsed cave, all hoping to catch a glimpse of a girl drawing on the wall like she had been drawing on these walls her whole life.
He would be drunk that night. He would stumble up the stairs to his apartment, too wasted to notice the door to his apartment was standing ajar.
I found a long list of these tiny oops on Pinterest and here is a part of it. Happy Hump Day!
In my opinion, just about everything is temporary.
Last night, I decided to have some post-editing fun with this picture.
He climbed to the top of the hill and leaned against the tree. He tore his shirt open as an attempt to stop the fiery pain in his chest.
Scattered on his bedroom floor were a backpack, at least six cameras, portable hard-drives, headphones, and a couple of batteries.
Good Sunday morning and thank you for joining me for this lovely chat.
This week, I am grateful for my one-pound weight loss. Eating salad and sandwich seemed to have worked. It’s been two weeks and I’m at last down a pound. Yay! I hope this continues. Credit: Pinterest