For the Let’s Do Brunch morning tailgate before The Big Game, Hailey made the most delicious scones I’ve ever tasted. And do not be fooled: many-a-scone I have tasted. My question is this: How does one get to the point in ones life where one can actually make a scone, deliciousness aside? I am pondering this question whilst scraping Easy Mac out of a Glad tupperware container.
This is amazing. Not because I’ll ever actually use it, but just because it exists. It’s kind of the way I feel about peanut butter and jelly being in the same jar or Segways. The innovation. The ridiculousness. Read on. Google has created Mail Goggles to help discern if you are in the right state of mind to be sending emails. What? Yes. You can set up your email to ask you math...
Sesame Street Woes
I have two very distinct memories of being terrified as a child. When I used to tell people about these two instances, no one really believed me or sympathized with me because there was really no proof of what I was describing. Until now. Thanks to someone out there in internetland, these videos have been posted on YouTube. And thanks to the comments, I see that I am not alone in my fears. ...
I’m sitting here watching Practical Magic with Bonnie in our living room. I’ve never seen it before, but the brilliance of Tivo has allowed me to watch several movies lately that I’ve never seen. But the glories of Tivo is for another post. There was a line that just happend in the movie that really struck me, and I wanted to share it: Sometimes I feel like there’s a...