Friday, December 31, 2010

Must be true love.

Dear BlogReaders,
I found a new quote to adore. . .

- Rose Franken, Writer
Image by Me
These two are as silly as they get.
Order your own beardhead here
(this was NOT a sponsored post)

PS - Happy New Years Eve, be safe and have a blast!

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Assistance, please.

Based on the current activity (read: lack thereof) at Heathrow I would like to add a “CC” to my Santa Letter so that the following people also receive it and do what they can to HELP:

1. God
2. Mother Nature
3. Travel Authorities
4. That old-man-cloud-guy that you see on cartoons creating wind with his breath.
5. British Airways
6. The Abominable Snow Man

Thank you all in advance for getting Ryan here safely and ON TIME!

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Deliver to: The North Pole

Dear Santa,
What up big guy? Don’t get nervous, I’m not going to get on my high horse spewing out tips like I did last year.  I just wanted to put in a simple request. . .

Can we please have a white Christmas in London? It seems feasible based on current weather predictions, but here’s the catch . . .this snow request is NOT to interrupt any incoming Heathrow flights on December 24th. We need to actually get Ryan here BEFORE we dazzle him with the winter weather. So just to be clear:

Snowy White Christmas = WIN!
Snowy White Christmas Eve Which Causes Flight Problems = The WORST day.

This should be no biggy, you’re friends with Mother Nature right?


Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Monday, December 6, 2010


Dear GuyBehindRelevantWit,
Only 18 more days to go . . .

Found HERE (again)
Okay so, technically it's over 5,200 miles and there'd be some swimming involved, but I'd still give it a go (clearly after exhausting all other modern transportation options).


Sunday, December 5, 2010

Word {Palab, if you will}

Dear BlogReaders,
Evidently I'm into sharing other people's amazing words I've found around the internet this week instead of writing any blogs myself. I can't help but think "OMG I TOTALLY AGREE" when I find something that I love (and yes, in my head (and in real life) I speak like a teeny bopper). I so often find that I relate to and get inspired by all the fantastic stuff that people post.  Honestly, isn’t that one of the best parts of the web and all the amazing blogs it is home to?

Found HERE
 I was reading A Cup of Jo who linked to Le Love and then stumbled upon this great quote a few posts in . . . and that my friends is how my blog reader is ALWAYS full of goodness.


Wednesday, December 1, 2010

I couldn't have said it better myself!

Dear HillaryWithTwoL's,
I've been a fan of your blog for almost two year now, but today my web-friend you've written something so perfect that I can't help but re-print it here because it is EXACTLY what I've been feeling for the last 4 months and 15 days since leaving home:

"A little distance doesn't change our history. They're my people. They know my secrets and my crazy and love me anyway. They're always in my heart. I just wish they were in my kitchen, drinking wine and eating cheese, whenever I wanted." 

I absolutely love, love, love, LOVE those words.  You're BRILLIANT. . . and I'm not just saying that because I've picked up the London lingo.