It’s the little things, you know? Like when you remember to make your lunch before bed instead of having to wake up early to slap together a subpar peanut butter & jelly sandwich.
Or even better, when you wake up at the crack of dawn in Central Texas and find out work is closed because of “winter weather.” What the heck is winter? This never happens. There’s a whole ½ inch on the ground and Dallas is completely out of whack.
Not that I’m complaining. I’m very happily sitting on the couch in sweatpants, a button-up dress shirt and full makeup channeling my inner nerd trying to figure out html to make my blog purdy and looking up completely insensitive conspiracy theories about the Sandy Hook Shooting.
People are absolutely crazy, and being a college professor in no way makes you less crazy. Judging by some of my undergraduate professors, I’m inclined to say they tend to be a little nuttier than your average Joe. A good imagination tends to be a precursor to good abstract thinking. With that said, this guy is off his rocker. Not that I don’t believe all kinds of sketchy happenings go on behind closed doors with the US government (or any government for that matter) but seriously bro? 1) Your arguments are completely illogical 2) Your blog has no jokes or pictures of cute dogs. Where are the jokes?!? All of the conspiracy theories basically hinge on the media’s reporting mistakes, which were obviously numerous the day of the shooting. That’s the way the media works, guys. Report now, fact check later. Sensationalism at its best. I know I have a couple of real life friends who would probably completely disagree with my thoughts on this, so I’m sure a couple of you do to. But hey, it’s my blog, right? I do what I want!
Back to the HTML though…. Blue chevron or green damask? So many tough decisions. I have got to find a computer nerd boyfriend who knows how to do this stuff because I am having to think WAY too hard. There are other important things I need to save my few brain cells for, like my date with the library later. Reviewing the shoulder and rotator cuff today… I would much rather review funny articles on buzzfeed.
I probably need to run by the store and pick up some snowshoes so I can run in this blizzard (joke.) Seriously though, if I fall and break my femur whilst running in this winter wonderland it will just leave me more time to blog and work on becoming internet famous. Wish me luck!
ETA: 5.5 miles, nothing is broken.
Except for maybe the face of the very cute boy in the library behind me playing The Flaming Lips on full blast while I’m trying to study.
Any snow running veterans here with tips or tricks?
Has anyone made graphics for their own blog? What program did you use?
P.S. Therapy Thursday VLOG coming soon! We’ll examine whether the camera really adds 10 pounds, and also how to stretch out that pesky ol’ IT Band…