Friday, November 28, 2014

Friday Favorites v.2

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving, for those Americans reading!  Regardless of the controversial origins of the holiday, I always enjoy some time off to spend with my family.  I took the day off from blogging to do so, nut now I'm back sharing even more Friday Favorites that I've spotted online this week.

I was born into the wrong decade for dresses, but thankfully the internet has amazing reproductions and designs available!  (I recently ordered the first dress... perfect for work!)

The only time I really remember eating Snickerdoodles when I was younger was when my
cousins made them.  I was convinced they knew how to make delicious things because
they got to do 4H or something.  These look amazing.

Squee cat photos make me go squee.  (Source unknown, here's the imgur link!)

I love Anne Taintor so much I dressed as one of her creations for Halloween.
This flask is pretty much perfect.

The fact that a word exists in the Japanese language for this very real phenomenon
makes me smile with happiness.  Tsundoku!

+  SQUEE!  Munchkin the Shih Tzu walks on a treadmill while wearing a teddy bear costume.  Watch it now.

+  Rainbow chip frosting is my fav canned frosting, and thankfully I have Katy Perry on my side to try to bring it back!

+  The Sing-Off is coming back with a holiday special!  Bring on the puns, Nick Lachey!

+So many feelings after watching this!  Family hears son’s heart beat in Vietnam vet’s chest after life-saving transplant.

+  I'm pretty excited to see Into the Woods in theaters this winter, even though it breaks my policy of seeing a film version of a musical before I see it on stage.  I met the actress who plays Little Red when she was the lead in Annie on Broadway!

+  If you don't follow Anna Kendrick on Twitter, you ought to.  Check out some of her hilarious tweets.  She'll be joining Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, and Mindy Kaling in my dream girl gang.

Flashback Favorite:  About a year ago, I did my very first "My Life in GIFs" post and felt so sassy!

Platters in the shape of every state?  YES!  Love this Indiana state dish!

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