Waiting For Spring

Hey guys. Welcome back. So I'm pretty upset with Mother Nature right now. It's April 6th. It's officially been spring for I don't know how long. But guess what. It sure as hell doesn't feel like spring. It's been cold, windy, snowy, cloudy. April showers bring May flowers.  My grandma used to say that to... Continue Reading →

Heat Wave!

Hey guys! It's 33 degrees today! (0 degrees for all you Celsius people). That's the highest it's been in quite awhile. Heat wave! It's pretty sunny right now. It's put me in a pretty good mood for the day. I've gotten a sudden burst of energy and I've been up and doing so much today.... Continue Reading →

It Snowed… Finally

Hey guys! Welcome back. It's winter and extremely cold in Illinois. Last week it snowed like six inches the day before Christmas, so we had a white Christmas after all. Now it's in the negatives all the time and I don't like it. I like the snow, just not the cold. This is too cold.... Continue Reading →

Winter Mornings

In the winter I get really lazy, no denying that. If it wasn't for Andrew I'd never leave the house. I'd be sitting inside all day, eating chicken nuggets, watching tv and sleeping. When winter comes I'm kinda like a bear. I hibernate all winter, then show my face again in the spring. This winter... Continue Reading →

Summertime Sadness

  I'm in denial that it's getting cold out. Yesterday, it was 25 degrees outside and there I was, standing outside in a t-shirt, sweats, and my Nike slides, trying to get my cat out of a bush. I miss the summer heat. I like the winter, don't get me wrong. The snow is beautiful... Continue Reading →

Winter Haircare

Most of you who know me wonder how the hell do I keep my hair looking healthy since I treat it like crap by bleaching it all the time. Well, other than the fact that I'm balding from all the anxiety I'm doing pretty good at keeping my hair looking socially acceptable. In the winter,... Continue Reading →

Seasonal Depression

Seasonal Depression, also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons — SAD begins and ends at about the same times every year. If you're like most people with SAD, your symptoms start in the fall and continue into the winter months, sapping your energy and making you... Continue Reading →

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