I came across this tweet by Sam Sykes a few days ago:
Some of the responses were great:
“The driving part sucked.” ❤
For those of us still trying to figure it all out, there’s hope:
If he finds the link, I hope he lets us all know where it is:
One of my absolute favorites:
But I think this one is the best.
Wouldn’t we all love to be able to leave that review?
I’d love to hear your answers to the question.
So, what would be your Amazon review of life?
I love this video. And I managed to find the long version!
Huey Lewis And The News – Doing It All For My Baby
I’m getting the itch to decorate. Are you??
This is such fun to watch. I’d strap a GoPro camera to my Pomeranian, but I’m afraid the resulting video would make us all dizzy.
Run Walter, RUN!!
Here’s another view:
Walter is at it again
In a way, Walter is all of us, running to the weekend.
It’s that time of year:
School supplies are on sale!
I did manage to control myself during a trip to an office supply store lately, but I saw I couple interesting things I wanted to share.
On the sheet where you can try out pens, I found that someone still actively loves Boy Meets World, and that kind of tickles me.
Anyone excited for the new spin-off Girl Meets World? I’m still not sure what I think of it. I’m crossing my fingers that it will be good.
And this drove my daughter nuts:
She was tempted to buy it just to fix it.
What’s the thing at the office supply store (or any other store this time of year when suddenly EVERYONE sells school supplies, whether they carry them the rest of the year or not) that you just can’t resist?
I’m definitely a sucker for pens, followed closely by notebooks. I think notebooks are at the top of the list. She can be bribed with the promise of a new notebook. 🙂
Leave your answer in the comments.
Today is the 200th anniversary of the duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. I can never think of this event (or those men, really) without thinking of this commercial:
Original “got milk?” commercial – Who shot Alexander Hamilton?
I just love the look on his face.
This might only make sense if you’re familiar with Omaha, but I couldn’t help creating this once it popped into my head.
A little fun creativity to get you going on this Saturday morning:
Thanks to Brian Brushwood for the link.