The internet is amazing... I haven't had much time to blog, but these posts practically write themselves!
I love this Instagram truth photo series! I love Instagram, but I know it's not the whole story.
Playing Oregon Trail and other MS-DOS games in my web browser
really takes me back to elementary school Computer Club.
This pizza carrying necklace really exists. For $8. 'Mericuh!
I"m totally a Hermione, so these Harry Potter themed school supplies are calling my name.
I think infomercials are obnoxious, mainly because their clips of informercial fails are soooo bad.
But when you look at a bunch of them, they're soooo good.
This woman joined the Marines after being inspired by a recruiting poster.
At her retirement, she got to meet the women from the poster!
(Photo: PETER CIHELKA/THE FREE LANCE–STAR)
+ This Dad who grabbed his daughter's stepdad as a surprise to jointly walk her down the aisle at her wedding brings ALL THE FEELZ.
+ This article about how we associate color and food is pretty fascinating. Interesting tidbit: "In a 1980 study, subjects were blindfolded and asked to tell whether the beverage they were drinking was flavored orange.1 Only one in five could. But when they were allowed to see what they were drinking, each of them identified the orange flavor." Wow!!!
+ After reading this article, I really want to read the subject's book about the current dating landscape. If you're a single, educated woman, the odds are apparently not in your favor to marry a man with a similar background! (Simply fascinating, whether you're single or not... think Freakonomics of dating.)
+ We've been to a lot of weddings in the past few years, and with that comes buying lots of wedding gifts! This "article" from The Onion had me LOLing as it pretended that couples could create medical procedure registries.
+ Flashback: Okay, so this is only two months ago... but Dan and I have been married for TWO MONTHS now! And we haven't killed one another! Bodes well. Here's a link to our wedding ceremony details.