My crafting goes in short-lived passionate spurts, much like Taylor Swift's relationships. It's only because I have the attention span of a particularly unmotivated goldfish. Anything that I have ventured to craft has come from tutorials I've taken off of Pinterest. And generally, they turn out pretty decently. I've been happy with most of my little projects. Recently, it's actually started to irritate me that our house kindof looks like we are either just moving in or moving out given that we have pretty much nothing on our walls. So, to Pinterest I went, and began collecting every conceivable thing I could on DIY decorating. One of the things I've gleaned, which is probably the easiest and most fun, was the DIY photo canvas.
You know how you might fall in love with a show, a character and plot, but then are completely shattered when you learn that the actors are terribly human beings, or that they just are NOTHING like the characters that they play? I know, you're like "Andrea, of course they're not like their characters, it's their job to PRETEND." You can stuff a dirty, flee-ridden sock in it, because you and I both know you always hope, even against logic, that your favorite actors are just as charismatic as they are on screen. For you honest folk, who are nodding along with me, you may stay and read on about the glory that is Psych. The rest of you can take your sock and leave.
Boys and girls, gather round. It has officially been one year since I started this lil blog. I shall take you on a magical journey through the past year, via my twelve favorite posts! Reviewing these also makes me feel super appreciative for what an awesome 365 I've had, and I hope the next 365 is just as awesome!
One of the benefits to currently being without an heir to the throne of Forcum is that impromptu trips are very easy to do. We don't need to pack anyone or anything up other than ourselves. So, when we went up to one of the bases in Maryland to see a former Marine buddy of Stephens, it just made sense to us to extend our day and go up to Baltimore, somewhere neither of us had been before.
Do you know what one of the major benefits is to having super close friends? They indulge your vanity by "cropping for friendship" and retaking a million pictures at exactly the right angles. And they don't judge you for it, they just expect you to return the favor. Megan and Jessica are those people for me. If you don't know who these women are, you're basically being the Yoko Ono to your own life.