This post is AWESOME, genious really. (Well, except the part about Glee. If only I could explain it to you. You have to watch it and try to get yourself into one of those moods that you were in when you were in college and it was 3 am and you couldn't stop laughing at the cheesiest stuff like Better Off Dead. Maybe you don't get that one either, but I digress.) I love that your post is handwritten and scanned. I may just have to jump on your bandwagon about that one since Grant keeps turning off my computer mid post.
Well, you might not want to feel too good that I liked your post as I'm an idiot = someone who spells genius incorrectly.
This is a great post. I'm kind of sad that more stuff isn't handwritten anymore, personally. A writer's handwriting gives you one more insight into his/her personality. P.S. I love your handwriting!
JEALOUS of the serger! Even though I don't know how to sew and I never use my Hello Kitty sewing machine.I like the hand-written post. My handwriting looks like yours on drugs - more messy and skips a lot of vowels.
I'm impressed with your handwriting. I just sat down and hand wrote my mom a letter and my hand was KILLING me afterwards. I guess it is out of shape, along with the rest of my body. How sad is that?I think you are right about forgetting about winter. Midway through summer, when I can't take the heat anymore, I dream about winter, in an isn't-it-romantic-Christmas-is-wonderful-I-love-snow kind of way. Obviously, in those moments I have completely forgotten what winter is really like.
Outliers sounds very interesting. I just googled it and now am intrigued... I think I may never be able to be a successful hockey player. sniff. I'm devestated.
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