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Thanks @nathanveshecco for the request! I still love stuffed animals and would probably sleep with them still if I didn't have a husband and a cat hogging most of the bed 😬
- •OdieA green dragon stuffed animal I loved as a wee one (apparently I named him!). Can't remember much about him but I'm told he was my first favorite. He's in storage for when I have a baby of my own :)
- •DoggieHe had red suspenders and I threw up on him. RIP Doggie #1 ☹️
- •Doggie (I know, so creative!)I got him as a special "big sister" present when @meganelizabeth was born! I still have him and he occasionally receives a hug. Pound Puppies 4eva 😊
- •Mr. BearAfter throwing up on red suspenders Doggie, this little fella became my main man. My grandparents bought him for me years earlier but I guess it took me a while to notice him. My family claims I named him after Stephanie Tanner's bear (I beg to differ). To this day, he is my favorite, most cherished stuffed animal. He's traveled the world with me (literally- I brought him to Europe), and he stays in my closet with Doggie #2 for the occasional hug.
- •BOOTSTall, short, leather, suede, brown, black, gray....I want all the boots.
- •My cat sheds less
- •My cat cuddles more
But I'll probably never move.
- •Dry airStatic = my worst enemy
- •Dry skinMisery for months.
- •Potential death from falling icicles
Because he's always up in my bizness.
- •He loves to cuddle...like, so much.
- •Such a rough life for this cat.
- •I'm a jerk.
In honor of my cat, "Jack" Kerouac.
- •Jack of all trades
- •Jack-offNo description needed 🙃
- •Just Jack!Apparently there's a musician with this name, but here I am making a Will and Grace reference.
I try to be a good person, and I think I am most of the time 😊 But occasionally I justify my selfish behavior with internal dialogue, which often includes these cliche phrases.
- •Why does it even matter?
- •It's my life.
- •I just need to find out for myself.
- •How I feel most days 🐱
- •A quality underloaf.
- •Some types of cats.
Just some of the 20+ recently opened "wellness centers" on a stretch of 8 mile road. While hubs and I made the drive tonight, I couldn't help but notice the bright green lights adorning the store fronts. While counting to see how many we could spot, we also admired the clever (and cheesy) names. Naturally I was inspired to make a list. Enjoy!
- •The Green Mile
- •Club Medz
- •Green CrossSome poor dude just looking for relief made it into the google maps photo.
While trying to avoid these things, there's an 80% chance I'll do something embarrassing in the process.
- •Elevators, ESPECIALLY in parking structures (with the exception of glass elevators)Moving up and down in a tiny, closed-in box at the mercy of technology (that often malfunctions) is....terrifying! And why does the tiny box always malfunction when you're the only one in it?!? I've gone to extremes to avoid taking elevators alone. Your office is on the 10th floor? BRING ON THE STAIRS (I'll just need a few minutes to wipe off the sweat before we meet).
- •Flying, stinging insectsLet me start by saying I'm 32 years old and I'VE NEVER BEEN STUNG. This fact likely contributes to my irrational fear of wasps, yellow jackets, etc...I mean I COULD be allergic, right? What if I get stung when I'm alone and just drop dead? (NOTE: I have mad respect for honey bees so they are excluded). It's not like I avoid the outdoors...I love camping and gardening. But don't be surprised if I seriously panic as a wasp approaches my personal bubble. THEY ARE SO MEAN.
- •Having a piece of food stuck in my teeth (or on my face!) while talking to someone important, and not realizing until it's too lateIt only takes one mortifying incident to scar you for life. I obsessively check myself in the mirror after eating, and recently decided floss is an essential purse item. It's only gotten worse as I've gotten older. How about this: Please, just tell me if there's something there that shouldn't be! And don't wait two hours before breaking the news. I promise to do the same for you 😬
- •RECENTLY REMOVED: FlyingStill not my favorite thing...but absolutely necessary. I've used rational thinking and research to conquer this fear! So now when I'm on an airplane, I can focus on all amazing parts about flying, and push away the irrational fear of plummeting to my death. Seriously though, how can something be both magical and terrifying at the same time? Airplanes are one of the craziest inventions ever...and I'm so thankful for them 😊