So because of my writer's block I have just random post of things today.
You really like me!!
Tonight I came home and found a note on my 20sb page from Ashley congratulating me. On what I wondered, I haven't won the lottery. But actually it's just as good of news...
I'm the Featured Blogger on Twenty Something Bloggers!!!
It takes a lot to shock me and this definitely did, but in a great way. This, plus a good workout was exactly what I needed today and for this week. This may sound corny, but I really was so happy to be given this shout-out, let's me know my blog hasn't "jumped the shark" or anything :) It totally made my day.
Thank you to everyone who helped make this happen. I will awkwardly hug each and every one of you when I have the chance. Be ready.
Making up for my physical shortcomings
My friend Ryan hasn't been busy at work lately so he's been sending me random, hilarious Web sites over IM, along with playing the "Office" quote game. And he's wining that game. Jerk.
Anyhow, he sent me a link to a site that will quiz you to find out how many kids I could "take" in a fight. And I'm pretty pleased with my score....
Created by OnePlusYou
When you take the quiz, it asks you questions about your physical capabilities and then goes into the emotional questions like, "do you have a problem with pushing kids around?" Or would you would flinch if they start to cry. I think my answers on those are pretty clear :)
Key learning: I may be lacking in physical capabilities (being petite and not very flexible) but I make up for it with my lack of morality. You better give me my swing back!
The most awesome YouTube video of the week:
So Friday night I was at home, enjoying my date with People magazine and blogs when I came across this video on Maegan's site.
I won't lie - it took me about a minute to realize it was a guy who was dancing and it make me realize that my idea of dancing - seizure-like moves or bad 80s dances - are so lame in comparison. I don't even touch my chest that much.
Thanks Maegan for this because it lead me to spend more money at the iTunes store and dim the lights for a single-girl dance party, high heels optional.
That's my update for tonight everyone. Remember to DVR Oprah on Monday when her show from Millennium Park with Olympic athletes airs. Today during the taping, some interns and I were huddled in an office to watch the crowd from my building. Sadly, there was no Oprah sighting, but I would have settled for an inappropriate hug from Michael Phelps. I do have a "Jim"-type. I can't help it.