The little town Deacon is in in tonight’s episode where he runs into an old friend is the episode that was shot in my town. Kinda nifty seeing it on the show. The square looked lovely as always.
I can deal with this ice bullshit because I don’t leave the house much anyway. I am worried about this scary looking tree on the slope by our kitchen. It looks half dead and is right behind my neighbours house. If that bitch falls it’s gonna do in our kitchen. I thinkit’s sturdy enough (hell it’s survived outrageous summer storm winds) but my stupid brain is running through horror scenarios anyway. I wish they’d cut the stupid thing down. It doesn’t have any branches so it’s not like they get shade from it.
Host Ellen DeGeneres speaks onstage during 86th Annual Academy Awards
Best Supporting Actress is the only award I cared about tonight and I’m glad Lupita won. 12 Years A Slave is NOT an easy film to watch, but it is incredible. It definitely sticks with you.
One of my favorite parts of dinnertime is when Mama starts scolding her food for either “running away from her” or for being difficult to cut.
After looking at 4 vision places I finally settled on a pair of Dol-say and Gab-ana frames I like. I fancy.
Chopping melons with a giant knife while also watching Bourne fight & chase scenes is not the smartest thing I’ve done this week.
If there’s one thing in my life I’m an expert at it’s making a mess.
I just realized it’s already March. This year feels like it’s zooming by. I’m not in a big hurry to get to 26. Kindly slow the hell down 2014.
In other news I tried my first Larabar this morning (chocolate coconut) and I was happily surprised at how much I liked it. I’m not used to the tart taste of dates, but it’s certainly something I can get used to considering that tiny ass bar filled me up like I’d eaten a big bowl of oatmeal.
This evening’s sunset coming down 5th avenue.
Grey’s has only been back for 6 minutes and I’m already freaking out. Holy hell.
“Leo was so tired. He has his head on my stomach and asked for a sandwich. The assistant asked, ‘What do you want on it?’ and Leo said, ‘Oh, Kate will tell you.’ And Leo just kind of fell asleep. And I did know exactly what he wanted, this cheese and no tomato and no pickle. I absolutely knew. And I thought, ‘God, that’s really weird that I know this person so well.’ It was brilliant.”
WHY AREN’T THEY MARRIED?!?1
I LOVE THEM SO MUCH
He walked her down the aisle last year at her wedding