12.09.2011

Hi. REAL QUICK:

1.) It's currently 5:30 in the morning and I'm laying in bed eating special holiday shaped pretzels and watching Hulu, and in the past hour I've cried at not one, but two episodes of Community. In unrelated news, I am very much on my period.

2.) I was obsessively cleaning/re-organizing my apartment the other night, as you do when you feel like a big fat failure but are trying not to eat your emotions and/or the internet is being wonky, and I stumbled upon three Sorr About the Bag bags that I had no idea I had. If you'd like to buy one, shoot me an email and we'll make the arrangements. First come first serve. meg@2birds1blog.com.

3.) I believe I owe you this photograph:


Soak it in. Take your time. It's not a race.

xoxo

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was just checking out the new book on Amazon and the site informs that those who are interested in your books are also interested in the OXO Good Grips Salad Spinner. I don't know who this demographic is, but it sounds like they have great senses of humour and very regular bowel movements.

Sean said...

Turns out community is the best show on TV. I REALLY want to know what episodes you're referring to?

Anonymous said...

Too bad Community is on an 'extended' hiatus...I swear, every show I like gets cancelled.

Anna said...

Community made me cry tooooo


Also that picture is everything I hoped it would be

Minda said...

I was looking for some new free ebooks on Barnes & Noble and just about creamed my pants when I saw Misanthrope's Guide to Life was free. Thank you guys, my husband and I have been laughing our way through Ohio thanks to this gem.

And I totally understand the section on Bus Travel. $14 for a bus ticket? Where do I find this bargain? Strangely it costed us $70 a piece just to take the Greyhound from Raleigh, NC to Greenville, SC. I think we have been overcharged for our traumatic experience.

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Time to update your page. Brainwashing is in Amazon and your next book is 'coming soon.' Can't wait to read it!

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