Hi. It’s me again. Talking way more in a post than I do in real life, as always. But I promise this one will be a quickie. I have three things to say. So here goes:
Uno, happy birthday to one of the most hilarious people I know. I’m not naming names, but no, it’s not me.
Two, since you lot are obviously not too keen on Stalker Sunday (I thought it was a brilliant idea. Probably my best one yet, aside from turning moonlighting into Spoonlighting. Ha. I’m so witty I don’t know what to do with myself sometimes), I’m extending an invitation to you guys about a photo challenge.
Whilst (Heehee. Whilst…) wasting my time on Pinterest the other day, I found this.
And there was also a link to the blog, Positively Present, that was running the 30 day challenge. So I figured eh, what can I lose? Other than precious time taking and editing photos, when I could be reading and/or doing school and/or eating delicious foods. But luckily the photo for day 1 is of my favorite food. Everything comes back to food, huh?
So I thought to myself “Picco?” “Yes, Picco?” “2 things. First, we really need to stop talking to each other. It creeps people out. But also, what’s our favorite food?” And then I looked down at the candy I was eating and BAM. Skittles. What’s better than skittles? Aside from bacon, sour gummy worms, and coffee.
So I’m hoping to take a picture a day for 30 days. If you want to submit any pictures and join me in this photography-fest of fun, email your photos to thespoonatic(at)gmail(dot)com. And if you don’t submit any, eh, I’ll survive.
And the final thing I leave you with on this cold, dark, almost-winter evening is a quote. The best part of goodreads (aside from making me feel so depressed that I don’t read enough) is that they have a bunch of quotes. One of the top quotes on the site is “Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I’m not sure about the universe.” -Albert Einstein.
That guys is hilarious and I seriously think I’m going to use it as my senior quote. True story.