Friday, November 14, 2008

Confessions of a bored Twenty Something

* I am listening to Christmas music already. Normally I'm a "wait until Thanksgiving for Christmas music" kind of girl, but this year I'm busting them out early.

* I've had chocolate chip pancakes every weekend day for breakfast for more weeks in a row than I care to admit.

* I'm making a non-religious Advent calendar for advent this year. We used to make them when we were kids. My mother would draw a huge Christmas tree on poster board and we would glue Hershey's Kisses for each day of Advent and color the tree. I'll be doing that again this year, only I still may need my mother to draw my tree for me.

* All I want Santa to bring me is a Canon Xsi. Santa cannot afford that. But I'm a believer in "Yes Virginia, there IS a Santa Clause"

* I always know how many more weeks I have to get through until it's summer/Cape time again.
* (related note) I'm sick to death of Edgartown. I feel guilty saying that.

* I hate UMass a little more each day. And it's been 4 years, so you can imagine where my hatred is now.

* I'm still really sad that Nick and Jessica got a divorce. Also, I still blame Angelina Jolie for breaking up Jen and Brad.

* I think Vera Bradley makes the UGLIEST crap I have ever seen and when I see women with their VB bags, I want to smack them upside the head.

* I'm confused as to why Britney Spears is a pop star. Not only is she certifiably crazy, but she can't sing.

* I really have no patience for people who smoke it this day and age. Aside from the negative health benefits, it's trashy and low class.

* I mentally correct people's grammar. It isn't very nice of me. But it would be less nice of me if I did it out loud. So I've got something going for me.

* I spent a ridiculous amount of money to see New Kids on the Block twice and now I'm complaining that I am broke. I understand why that's wrong, but I still do it.


Matt said...

I approve of mentally correcting people's grammar. Vocally correcting people's grammar is also okay assuming you have a relationship with the person; correcting strangers who are mangling the language would be a bit much though...

Anonymous said...

Guess what?! I'm going to get PAID to correct people's grammar! How cool is that?!

Also, your VB comments make you seem like a Californian. Everyone out here is like, "uh, nice quilt bag. Did you make that yourself?" I'm going to start answering yes.

Meghan said...

if people in California don't like Vera Bradley, then I think I should relocate!