It really doesn't matter.
dailypeptalk: Pep Talk: So what if you mess up. That’s ok! Things are going to turn out how they were meant to no matter what you do. You have no control over the results of any situation, so relax and enjoy the ride. Whatever happens, you’ll be fine. You’ll just keep on being wonderful you, living your happy life full of sunshine and sparkles. Today remind yourself: It really doesn’t matter.
Lady Wilma Otis-Eisenhower of Philip
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…to do what Trump has done (and he is only the latest and loudest and most...– David Remnick on Trump, Birtherism, and Race-Baiting (via newyorker)
Earth Day Nail Polish Exchange
So I’m a little late on this but you have until tomorrow (27th) to place your order. Details here.
Seriously. I need a bang trim.
You're not worried.
dailypeptalk: Pep Talk: Your life is great and it will keep on chugging along whether you worry about it or not. Skip the worrying because it wastes time. I can’t think of a single awesome thing that’s ever come from all the time I’ve spent dreading what the future might hold. Let’s postpone our worry, indefinitely if possible, and enjoy the positive things that are actually happening. Today...
I wish I could post a smell on here. After a good soaking and a warm afternoon, Denver smells positively delicious.
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Oh my. rachelsbrain: Best spreadsheet I have seen or will see in my life.
Awesome. As an all-season sufferer of allergies this is great news. The snot is actually flowing out of my nose like a faucet. I’m trying my damndest to not look like one of those green lip little kids. Main reason I’m excited for my big girl job with benefits - finally can see an allergist and get my allergies and subsequent daily vertigo finally figured out and under control.
Heading to see the Nuggets tonight. Thanks to our friend JZ we scored VIP seating, and more importantly, VIP parking. From never seeing a pro-basketball game to 3 this season. Sure do love having a boyfriend with some epic sports knowledge. Also, I will always love the old Nuggets logo.
Please spread the word
emilyposts: Today I’m mailing a card to a 12 year old boy from Neola, IA. “Mighty Max Low” has terminal cancer. His greatest wish is to receive 1 million get well cards. I’m encouraging all my friends to take a few dollars from their wallets and a few minutes of their time to grant this simple wish for an amazing young man! Cards can be sent to: Mighty Max Low c/o Greg & Bambi Low P.O....
Look What I Made!
This whole FUnemployment thing is awesome. Been meaning to use this Keep Calm-o-matic Generator for quite some time now. What’s next?