let it snow
make it so
make it so
You can’t go wrong with TNG!
If there are an higher beings in this universe who would care to cast a friendly eye this way, we could surely use it.
Keep us warm on these cold days.
Give comfort to those we love who are too far away for us to hold and comfort ourselves.
Stand with us. Don’t give up on us, weak though we are. Be firm and guide us through to the other side of this long corridor.
And applaud us when we emerge stronger at the finish line, better equipped for the next pile of crap we create or discover on our lawn.
Toddler naps with his 2-month-old puppy every day.
Blogger Jessica Shyba and her family adopted an adorable 7-week-old mutt. They named him Theo. On his third day as part of their family, Theo joined Jessica and her toddler son Beau for afternoon snuggle time. Beau fell asleep and then so did Theo.The next day, he joined in the naptime ritual again. “And so began,” Shyba says, “the most organic and beautiful friendship I have ever witnessed.” Since then, every day Theo waits for Beau to fall asleep and then joins him for his two-hour snooze.
While this isn’t geeky, we thought you should see it.
Just some cuteness to brighten up your scroll. I can almost hear the cute little settling/sighing noises these guys must be making. So much cuteness!
Depressed enough to drink.
Not hopeless enough to not drink.
I guess that’s an improvement.
Here’s how the holidays work in our family. You will receive 5 gifts. Each gift given in order to support our family’s values.
1. One gift to encourage your creativity.
2. One gift to foster your love of reading.
3. One gift to be used outdoors.
4. One gift that must be shared or used together.
5. One gift that is warm, cozy or otherwise cuddly.
We will NOT sit on laps of strangers in malls. We will love and care for our community and home. We will remain centered and sane.
My sister is a genius. I think I’ll be adopting something similar. I’m really tired of the billion different plastic toy sets that the kids lose interest in after a week. We’ve already begun ridding ourselves of that recently. I just hope the grandparents don’t inundate us with a ton of that this year.
In the first Harry Potter films, if you watch carefully, in some scenes you can see me mouthing Harry and Ron’s lines, as well as my own! Because that’s just what I was like, I was… I was crazy. - Emma Watson
Reminds me of when I did lights and sound for Once Upon a Mattress in high school. I knew the entire musical. Every spoken line, every solo, literally everything in it. Because I did all the lights myself, and wrote all my light cues in my script and I was at every practice and run through there was, that everything was memorized lol
We did Into the Woods Jr. in high school and I’m pretty sure I played every part in that play at one point or another. At least every lead. I was the narrator and the way we had it set up, I had to be onstage the entire time. So I knew the whole thing. People would be absent for various reasons and I would fill in, usually just from my post. There was a conflict close to the open of the show where our Chambers choir went to New York for a week, and a lot of our leads were gone. So I played several parts at once, blocking and all. It was pretty effing fun, and I got a special award at the end of the year for being the Ultimate Understudy. My favorite to play was Jack. There are giants in the sky!