All I can say is that everyone looks so fresh this week! Did they have some kind of team building day at the spa or something? Ryan is freshly fake-baked and has the fauxhawk perfectly quaffed. Randy has a nice even airbrushed coat of brown on, and even Simon is looking dapper in his non-v-necked knit shirt.
I feel like I’m back in college again. Tonight, I pulled an all nighter.
I don’t think I’ve done this since in my senior year of college, I had to finish that last paper on the last day it was possibly due.
In fact, I think that’s how I wrote most of my papers – by pulling all-nighters. It’s a wonder I passed any of my classes.
In my old theater occupation I used to work some pretty wacky hours, and staying up until 5am was no big deal at all. The next day, I just slept in until 2pm.
What I notice from getting fatigued, is I often lose my place in the sequence of things I am doing. I am doing a few work projects tonight that I have to get done before I go to Houston on Wednesday, and it unfortunately requires a lot of repetitive busywork in photoshop… duplicating layers, changing colors, etc. Except I keep getting lost in that process.
I’m about to fall out of the chair… so it’s 5:38am and I’m giving in…
This is article 3 in the series, “Celebrating Singleness”:
I was recently sent two articles: “Marry Him! (The case for settling for Mr. Good Enough)” and “Child Man in the Promised Land“. Both are extremely long treatises (which actually kind of stall about 1/3 of the way through, so don’t feel bad when you stop reading at that point), so if you’re not up for that much reading on a Monday (I understand), here is the summary:
There’s nothing to match the relief that you feel when you flush and see that the toilet seat cover is slightly struggling to detach from the seat!
I love it when paper products do their job!
My uncle who is a doctor has his own private restroom. It’s the least they could give him for all those years of medical school. I think in my next job interview, when asked if I have any questions related to compensation or company culture, I will ask what the policy is on private restrooms.
But in all seriousness, here’s my one problem. It’s just a small favor I’d like to ask every gentle man out there, especially (cough… cough…) my coworkers… and I’ll be as kind as possible: Men… you need to… um… step up to the plate a bit more. The dribbling all over the floor is sickening.
Thanks for reading… Have a great weekend!
First things first: David Hernandez.
I think we were all shocked (as was he and Kristy) that he was kicked off last night. It was the first real upset of the season (unless you were a Danny Noriega fan).
First, a word about the new set design… I love the old school “shell” look with the cool projections and the band sitting on top. I’m still emotionally attached to the old set, but this one will grow on me.
Now to the singing…
Elder Oaks visited our Stake Conference last sunday, and here are a few things that struck me. If you were in any of those sessions, or just want to make something up, feel free to add anything that struck you. Continue reading Stuff Elder Oaks Said
This is article #2 in the series, “Celebrating Singleness”
In one of my comments in part one, I astounded myself by wondering out loud a question that crosses some singles’ minds every once in a while, but which I have never heard expressed out loud… Continue reading Celebrating Singleness: The Elephant in the Room
I hate to pat myself on the back…. … … but… … … Continue reading Top 12 Revealed and another prediction