Monday, October 29, 2012
Sunday, October 28, 2012
I recently added a new show to my rather short list of tv shows that I watch: Grey's Anatomy. I've never gotten into any kind of medical drama before, I typically prefer crime dramas like Castle, CSI, etc. Still a rather interesting string of circumstances led to be beginning to watch the show and I quickly became hooked. That being said I am already about halfway through season 6. Now the way the shows begin and end typically is with a narration from one of the lead characters, Meredith, foreshadowing the theme of the episode. This is one of my favorite parts of the show because sometimes those narrations are so insightful and true. But, naturally, they can't put everything into those few moments, so often times there are other things in the show that catch my attention. Tonight was no exception.
Sunday, October 21, 2012
Have you ever had those days where you feel like something's changed about yourself? There's that subtle little difference. Something that used to really bother you suddenly isn't such a big deal. That person you couldn't stand suddenly isn't quite as bad as you thought. Yesterday was my day for that change. It wasn't big and flashy, it was just a moment of, you know what, who cares!
Let me explain a bit more. It was pretty simple. I was making homemade macaroni and cheese and discovered that we were basically out of milk which is a fairly key ingredient to making macaroni and cheese. At that point I had a choice: I could run to the store and pick up some milk or I could abandon my cooking endeavors. For most people it'd be a fairly simple choice to simply run over to the store, grab a gallon of milk and run home. For me? Well, not so much. Here's the thing, I don't go anywhere, and I do mean anywhere, without my hair or makeup done. So to make a simple five minute run to the store for milk, it typically takes me at least thirty minutes to get ready because I have to get a shower, do my hair and makeup, and find something reasonably attractive to wear. Yeah, pretty sad and pathetic, but true.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
I recently started using this music program called Spotify. Its pretty cool cause I find pretty much any songs that I want and then organize them into playlists. Its quite convenient for when I'm working on my computer or just doing something in my room and I want to listen to a specific set of songs. Over the last couple of days I've been organizing and expanding my collection of songs. One of those collections is what I call my "edgy" songs, basically songs that have cussing in them, talk about drinking and drugs, etc. They're not the best songs, but I do like to listen to them on occasion. As I was looking for one of those songs, I saw that there was a "clean" edition available. So, I was like, cool, I can still listen to this song I like but without the cussing.