I have nothing to write today.
On my phone in the Notes app I have a huge list of potential blog topics. Anytime I think of something that'd be a good blog post, I add it to the list. I currently have 19 potential topics. Here's the thing, I don't ever think of simple post ideas. They all require a lot of time and pictures that I don't have. So to make a long story longer, you're not going to get one of those today.
However, I DO have other notes in my Notes app (i'm also not sure why i keep capitalizing that). Sometimes if I have a random thought, I'll just write it in a note so I don't forget it and can later add it to a blog post. The problem is that I never have a reason to add these thoughts to a blog post. So today, guess what you're getting? It's sort of like word vomit or an instagram photo dump, except this is a Notes dump.
Something that makes me irrationally angry:
Pretty Little Liars.
Look Marlene, every season, every finale you tease us with "finally find out who A is!" And every premiere, every season, we don't find out who A is. In fact, usually we get it all nice and neat and narrowed down and your loyal viewers (me for instance) think we know FOR SURE who A is. We just know. BUT THEN you throw a wrench in our plans (like killing off a character for instance) and we usually end up back on square one. Not nice.
My thoughts on crying:
I'm fairly certain that I'm hardwired to tear up when I see a manly man start crying. Never fails, I'm always in tears when they're in tears.
Random thought on May 8th:
I think that we get comfortable. Comfortable with our job or with a person and so we stay, even though we aren't happy. But you read these stories, some real and some fiction, and over and over again you'll read that the big chances they took were the best decisions of their life. They're happier now because they were forced or volunteered to jump out of their comfort zone and into something unknown. The easy way isn't always the better way.
Single girl thoughts:
Why do we consider sitting on the couch by ourselves watching TV for 3 hours unacceptable, but if we were to sit on the couch with our significant other for 3 hours watching TV, it's called quality time? (i mean i just want to watch a chemistry teacher make meth for 3 hours is that so horrible?)
I believe in a lot of things and I truly try my hardest every day to never judge someone based on the things they believe. But no matter your religion, I think that there is no greater sin than being unkind to someone who deserves your kindness.