Thursday, October 6, 2011

Truth Is...

  • I had no idea it was Thursday this morning.  I woke up, saw snow on the mountains, and thought CHRISTMAS IS HERE!!
  • I plan on staying in my pajamas all day. 
  • Koley and I are going to listen to Christmas music, bake cookies, sip hot chocolate, and watch Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.  The claymation one.  Or maybe Elf with Will Ferrell.
  • I really miss the Old Britney.  My sister, Andi, posted about Queen Brit on Facebook yesterday and I feel the same way.  Miss 'er.  And if I was just slightly more computer savvy I'd be able to put the video here... but instead....


  • I wasn't embarrassed, ashamed, or looking for attention with last weeks "Truth Is."  Some of my comments really surprised me.  And apparently the post surprised some of you.
  • I'm reading my last book that I got for Christmas last year.  I've noticed I am taking it really slow so I don't have a period with nothing to read.  Looks like it's time to check out the local library.
  • I read 16 books so far this year.  For me... that's really good.
  • People who think reading is super dorky or only for smart people watch too much TV.
  • But I admit to being both dorky and smart. 
  • I think Steve Jobs meant a lot to my generation.



4 comments:

SkippyMom said...

16 books is fantastic! And reading isn't geeky at all. Anyway, my family doesn't think so. We love to read.

Hope y'all are having a great week. It's almost Friday! WooT!

Natalie said...

I'm in my pjs too, it's the weather!!! I love the snow, cold weather, and watching Elf, next time you come down bring it!!

AbigailDawn said...

I've been in pjs all day too! So have two of my kids, but that's due to illness and a lack of winter clothes as autumn seems to have been skipped.......

I so wish i could do your number 3 bullet. unfortunately my hubby has a no christmas anything until after thanksgiving rule. And half of us couldn't hold cookies down.......

Julianna said...

I am so glad you linked up again! :)

Steve Jobs passing is so very sad. He leaves his imprint on technology, that's for sure.

I go through phases. Sometimes I love to read, others not so much. Depends on my mood, and has nothing to do with how dorky I feel that particular day. :)