Friday, June 22, 2018

I. Just. Can't.

I really don't mean to make this a political blog. But they just make it so easy.



What in the actual fuck. Seriously.

And the sad thing is, it's probably sold out now. Since it's only $39 from Zara.

Cannot use the facepalm emoji enough here.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

What's up, doc?

Interesting turn of events on Tuesday when my mom dropped Georgie off at daycare with bottles of milk, some squash and pears. And when she picked her up, they were feeding her carrots. Someone else's, storebought (!?!?) carrots. Assuming my daughter was not a tiny bully stealing the other babies' lunch, we asked what was happening. Apparently she was still hungry and the carrots were what was left. Parent fail, I assume? But good lord that girl can eat. Gets it from her mama.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Bachelorette recap: what a bunch of morons



That's really all I have to say about this week's Bachelorette. Oh yeah - and the MALE MODEL MUST GO. He now calls himself Captain Underpants because Becca gave him the above tighty goldies. Too much, ABC. Too much.

Lincoln thinks the world is flat.

Jean Blanc put his foot in it by telling Becca he loved her and then taking it back (resulting in an au revoir for JB).

Garrett and Wills both got roses on their one-on-one dates, and honestly the four guys she sent home during the two rose ceremonies I can't even name. Nick maybe?

Monday, June 18, 2018

Good one, TXDOT

Driving to work today I saw the following flashing sign:

1437 deaths so far this year on Texas roads

Followed by this:

Awwww snap
your seat belt


Um, #brilliant.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Where a kid can be a kid (or could)

Drove past a Toys R Us over the weekend, and figured I better stop in since it would be the last time. I couldn't believe they had anything left on the shelves, what with the massive going out of business sale that has been going on for what seems like a few months. But they did - and so I felt obligated to buy some more crap that I don't need, including a tiny pair of black Converse shoes for Georgie that I can guarantee she will not be wearing. #becausetoystoresrule

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Bachelorette recap: Blood sweat and tears

The episode was interrupted by the damn Trump-Kim "summit," so I didn't even know what happened at the end. #thankstrump

But moving on, it was a very hazardous episode, with two guys getting sent to the hospital (David for falling out of the top bunk onto his face, and Clay for breaking his wrist playing football).

For the third week in a row, I reiterate the MALE MODEL MUST GO. And now we know he has matched with 4,000 women (maybe people? did anyone catch his red manicure?) on Tinder. Kudos, bro.

Colton finally gets back into Becca's good graces after Tia shows up and explains they really only kissed, and he snags the group date rose. Richard Marx shows up for the one-on-one date (so does Chris, who reminds me of Danny in NKOTB - not a compliment), and they write embarrassing song lyrics for each other that RM sings (I fast-forwarded through because I was so uncomfortable), and Chris got the rose. And then they danced while Marx sang "Right Here Waiting." Cue 7th grade slow dances!

The last group date was a football game, and poor Clay (who actually plays football for a LIVING) ended up making the final play of the game to tie it up and broke his wrist in the process. He came back in time to get the group date rose, but the next day gave it back and left the show upon learning he needed surgery. If he loses his football career over some stupid reality show, I will be so sad.