Fact: I got paid to watch all ten seasons of Friends in a month.
Have you seen that one Friends episode where. . .
Why yes, I have. I have seen them all. All 236 episodes. All 5,500 minutes. All 92 hours of Friends. And I did it in one month. And I got paid to watch them.
I got the ten seasons of Friends for my birthday this summer and watched them during my deadbeat desk job. I was amazing. I laughed. I cried. I got paid. I watched every single one and I loved them all. My Friends feel like family. I feel like I actually know them as people with lives and conflict and problems and relationships. I know them. I love them.
I found this great tutorial last night that shows you how to change photos into text.
What do you think? Can you tell what the text says?
Mike and I plan to edit this picture multiple ways (black/white and color) to hang in our hallway.
Fact #3: I’m fluent in Baby.
That’s right, I am bi-lingual. I speak both English (my native language) and Baby. It’s a gift, really.
Who? I speak Baby with babies, small animals, and grown-ups.
What? Baby. I speak it with multiple dialects.
When? I speak it in most occasions.
Where? On the beach, at the grocery store, towards the television.
Mike and I have been married for over four months! Time has seriously flown by. Though we are still very newlyweded, it’s been amazing how easy it’s been to live together. It’s hard to imagine what life was like before we got married! I guess it just feels natural. (I understand if you need to gag a bit, that was kinda sappy)
This weekend we did a little photo shoot. Which one is your favorite?
You know when you visit friends in August and take a picture of the group to remember it and then you dont remember you are the only one with the photo and no one has seen it yet and its almost November? That happened.
Better yet you know when you have months of photos on your camera and you dont import them until you’ve maximized your memory card and then you find lots of things you forgot about. That also happened.
We visited friends in August and just yesterday I imported my camera, finding this lovely picture of our friends.
Back Row: The Kuehls, The Eppingers, The Buengers
Front Row: Payton Buenger
Is It Friday already? Awesome.
Fact #2: In elementary school I lied at the eye doctor because I wanted glasses.
Who the heck WANTS glasses? I did. I was having a little trouble seeing (truth), so I told my mom. We went to the eye doctor for a check up and the doctor totally caught me exaggerating (ok, lying) about my sight and then told my mom. BUSTED. But I ended up needing them anyway (astigmatism). I didn’t even need to lie. I got glasses and proudly wore them for a year or two. Then at Great America, someone lost them. No one remembers who had them last. I went to a new eye doctor, who was all, “yeah, she doesn’t need glasses.” So I never got a new pair. But then in high school, I felt like my vision was getting bad, so I went to yet another eye doctor who concluded I could use some glasses. (No lying this time!) I’ve been wearing them ever since.
Fact #1: When I was little, I used to think the moon followed me.
What? That isn’t true?
Every parent tells their daughter that they are the most beautiful girl in the world. (no? just mine?) And until a certain age, children believe their parents. So, naturally, for a while I believed that I was at least one of the most beautiful little girls in the whole wide world (after all my parents don’t actually know every girl in the world so they couldn’t be positive).
AND, the moon/gravity/space is kind of a confusing subject for a child. The moon is everywhere you go! You’re driving down the road, turn a corner, think you lost him (yes, the moon is a him) but NOPE! He’s just on the other side of the car. Everywhere. You. Go.
Put two and two together,
and it only makes sense that the moon follows the most beautiful girl in the world.
There you have it.