My birthday is tomorrow. Thank you guys who bought things from my wishlist! I don’t know if it’s OK to post your names so I won’t until you tell me otherwise.
Thank you to my friend from Canada who got me the Italian Moka pot. My Hello Kitty cup is full of caffeine!
I don’t really have family, so it means a lot that you all consider me a part of yours. I try and be entertaining so that hopefully your day/week is made easier.
I went to Whole Foods and bought myself some birthday cupcakes to share:
The bunny on the left is already tore up from partay. He’s all ARRRGGHURHRHGFHG!!!! I don’t know why the people at Whole Foods can make such cute cupcakes and pack them like a 1960s telephone booth. But I DON’T CARE THIS IS AWESOME!
I bought some hemp hearts, too. I’ll be using these in my smoothies.
My new Vitamix blender (which I have named Jack Burton), will be making many a smoothie for me. The blender was an anniversary gift from the husband. My anniversary is next week! Spring is like, the busy time I guess.
Anyway, I’d like to take his time to thank all of you for believing in me. I couldn’t have come this far without you guys. Your support truly means a lot in my journey. I am grateful to have the opportunity to do hard work and make your day just a little bit better in the process. :)
As always, if you’d like to support my work, buy something from my shop, donate to my convention, or just simply share my blog with a friend so that I can grow what I’m doing You guys are the best! :)
Thanks to Adventures of a Frugal Mom for the shout out. She’s got a great post about the Ambassador Blogger program I got to be a part of over here. Also Sandy did here as well!
I didn’t get to meet everyone yet, but at our initial meeting I met
Krystel from Army Wife 101
Laura from A Frugal Chick
Sandy from Somewhere in the Sand
Naoma from Ask Naoma
Kira from 757 Lifestyle.
Maria from Close to Home
I am so bad with names! It’s a new problem to have the internet name + real name + faces to match up. If I met you please let me know so I can get my head straight! :D I’ll make sure to walk around more at the next gathering – and take notes!
This is a huge honor to be a part of. I can’t wait to go back to Busch for Food and Wine and to meet (and possibly collaborate) with these bloggers!
The World’s Fair NY State Pavilion is opening to the public for one day on Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. only. The 1964-65 World’s Fair was where classic Disney Dark Rides like It’s a Small World debuted.
Watch something cool for once and get an education:
The future of the World’s Fair pavilion is in question. Of course since we no longer look positively on tomorrow and we only look to “maximize [bullshit] shareholder value” nowadays, it should not be surprising.
On a slightly less cranky note, the New York Times is looking for stories from those who attended the 1964-65 World’s Fair. If you or someone you know did, get at them here.