sNO!w

It’s cold as vampire testicles out there. (I’ve thought a lot about this and I’m sure vampire testicles would be very, very cold.)

I may be wearing this hat while I’m writing today…

Photo on 1-24-13 at 11.46 AMBecause BRRR!

Also it’s supposed to snow today and ice tomorrow, and that is very bad because I have rehearsal and also a weekend of girly fun scheduled, and we gently bred southern ladies do not like to drive in snow. Boo. So I’m hoping for no snow… which I guess is sNO!w… Har.

Anyway, here’s what I’ve been working on this week…

What I Wrote

I made a Girls’ Night In cocktail, even though I was the only girl who was in. You gotta do what you gotta do.

For the Savoyards party last weekend, I made piratical sailboat jello. Also, you should come see the show.

In the weekly comment round-up, we talked about lots of things, like sex and hooha icepacks.

And my sister and I both tested using an iron to get out carpet stains, with varying results.

On Teh Internets

Penis candles.

 

Also, I’m still unabashedly begging you for Weblog Awards nominations. If you feel so inclined, please nominate Pintester!

What I Watched

(I mean, besides The Avengers two or three times… Don’t judge!)

The Manhattan Project – I thought I was going to hate this. It’s from 1986. I freaking loved it. Fun story-telling, and really cool, atypical characters. I appreciated that this wasn’t a Nerd Takes Over the World story like I was expecting.

Other Crap

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  • Heather Herrington

    The first sentence of this post reminded me of why I can never, ever watch True Blood. A friend of mine is way into that series, but her husband ruined it for me forever, before I had ever even tried to watch it. “How?”, you might ask. From the husband’s mouth: “Two words: ‘Cold weiner.’” And yeah, I came here via Pintester – even on this blog, the Pintestes find you.

  • Mindy Roth

    Not only are vampires testicles supposedly cold but according to Stephenie Meyer…….they’re sparkly too! Hmm……cold, glittery testicles. Perhaps something to post in the DIY section of Pinterest just to see if others would actually try it. I shall call them “Edward Balls”.