Thursday, April 9, 2015

Checking In

Hi, friends. It's me. Just checking in and telling you to come see me at my new blog, Corner of Sass & Snark.

I'm only blogging there. I'd love for you to click the little link on the right (of my NEW blog) that says "FOLLOW ME ON BLOGLOVIN!"

Ya know, so you can keep up with my Save or Splurge posts, my Twitter Faves Friday posts, and all the funnies that I find in life.

So do it already, K?


Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Corner of Sass & Snark

Hi friends. Are any of you still out there????


I've decided to start a new blog. I know. Crazy, right?


Please follow me over at Corner of Sass & Snark. I think you'll like it. It's more me. More honest. More fun. More...snarky!


Find me on bloglovin', add me to your favorites, get notified by email, whatever. Just read it, k?

Friday, October 3, 2014

One Thing I Can’t Live Without

One of my absolute favorite things in the whole wide world is laughing.


I love it. Can’t get enough.


Even when I’m having a bad day and feeling blah, laughing can turn my day around.


What could you not do without?

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Dream Job As A Kid

I don’t want to brag, but I’m kicking this Blogtober challenge’s ass. 2 for 2 baby!


Today’s topic is what dream job did you have as a kid?
Well, my friends, I had two.
First, and foremost, I wanted to be a teacher. For as long as I can remember, I always pretended I was a teacher.

I would teach whatever it was we’d done in school the week before. I even had a room at my Nanny’s with chalk and dry erase boards hung up on the doors, a desk, and I even went so far as to eat the same snack as the teachers in my school, because I assumed that’s what teachers did. (It was Chex Mix, by the way.)
I would make seating charts. Assign homework. Grade homework. Do math problems on the board. etc. etc.
Funny story- I actually became a teacher. A high school English teacher. And boy, was it different than how I always had imagined. Needless to say, I’m no longer teaching. You can read about that mess here.
My other dream job was to own a bookstore called Shop Around the Corner, after…you guessed it… You’ve Got Mail.

I wanted to be just like Kathleen Kelley and have a magical little bookstore that kids would love. I wanted the exact same store in the exact same city. Unfortunately, that little dream never did come true. I’d still love to do this. Maybe one day.

Along the same lines as this topic, I did a post not long ago about some odd jobs I found interesting. Check them out!
What was your dream job as a kid.