I’ve never been a huge Star Wars fan, but it’s hard not to get caught up in all the excitement about the premiere of the latest installment…
Especially since I helped capture a stormtrooper last weekend outside a museum near Chicago.
Typical Sunday morning kinda stuff, you know how it is.
Posted in Entertainment, Humor, Life, Movies, Museums, sci fi
Tagged Catigny, Chicago, entertainment, life, movie, museum, premiere, sci-fi, Star Wars, Stormtrooper, Sunday
Pantone, the leading authority on color and color trends, just announced the Color of the Year for 2016.
There are two: Rose Quartz and Serenity.
Pantone says these shades reflect society’s ‘search for peace and tranquility.’
I think someone on the selection committee is having a baby.
Posted in Art, decor, Design, Humor, Life
Tagged art, baby, color, design, Humor, life, Pantone, peace, rose quartz, serenity, skeptical, tranquility, trends
…and I wouldn’t change a thing.
Posted in Animals, Comics, Dogs, Humor, Life, Love, pets, Relationships
Tagged comics, Dogs, Humor, life, love, Peanuts, pets, Relationships, Snoopy
As many grilled cheese sandwiches as I have eaten in my life, I can’t understand why I don’t own these yet…
I must be a part of the club, right?
(Probably wouldn’t wear them…but it’s the principle of the thing — ya know?)
Posted in Design, Fashion, Food, Humor, Life, Shopping
Tagged club, design, earrings, Etsy, Fashion, food, grilled cheese, Humor, life, sandwich, shopping
Oh, great Apple:
Your products have seduced legions of worshippers, prostrate before thee at your Apple chapels.
But your plugs are a sin.
An Android agnostic
Posted in Business, Commentary, Humor, Life, Technology
Tagged agnostic, Android, Apple, Business, Chapel, computer, Humor, life, plugs, sin, technology, worshippers
My boyfriend and I were comparing our kingdoms the other day.
You know, what we are ‘king of’ — our unique talents, our little quirks.
For example, he is the king of the non-sequitor. His rapid change of topic can give you whiplash.
He also will often preface even the most simple answer with a complex disclaimer. (He worked in advertising, so he gets it honest.)
When I asked him what quirks of mine he had noticed, he landed on, “You walk fast.”
He’s 6’2″. I’m 5’7″. And he thinks I have a fast stride.
Feeling pretty proud about that.
Posted in Exercise, Humor, Life, Love, New York City, Relationships, Walking
Tagged Humor, kingdom. quirks, life, life. walking, love, New York City. boyfriend. king, Relationships