Just ask my husband.
And usually I am. :-)
I just can't tell everyone else that point blank.
But I can tell my friends and family about how right I am.
So I apologize to W, Laurie, my small-handed friend, and my brother for talking their ears off.
If you don't want me to talk your ear off, don't call me this week. :-P
My poor, poor husband had to listen to me rant about Knuth for the last few days.
And if you have no idea who that is, I'm pretty sure your life is much better for it.
(Let me also say that I totally respect the guy. He's brilliant)
Although I have to admit, it was nice to rant about something other than the state of this country.
Not reading the news and watching the Daily Show for a few days will do that to you.
(Ah, Wisconsin... you will surely be back in my rants tomorrow. I apologize for not giving you some loving the last few days)
So after a horrible, no good, totally bad moment,
I was feeling a bit sad.
What do I do when I'm sad?
I play with paper and glue.
But it was great therapy. Cheap therapy too!
When I was feeling a bit sad, I remembered one of my favorite quotes from How I Met Your Mother.
Barney wisely states "When I get sad, I stop being sad, and start being awesome instead".
(I suspect there might be some more Barney quote in my layouts soon... because he's *awesome* )
Now say awesome in a sing-song voice. I'm *awesome!*
Now doesn't that feel much better?
Well, fine, it made me feel better. :-)
If saying it in a sing-song voice doesn't work, try saying it with some jazz hands as well.
Ok, I'm easily amused...
Even my brother agrees with me, then you know I'm right.
He's one of the smartest people I know.
And I don't say that because he's my brother.
We spent our entire childhood disagreeing-- mainly because I would steal his Barney puppet.
But that's not the point...
I say it because I don't know how he managed to pick up the smart genes.
I came first! I should have had the first pick of the good genes!
Well, I think you're sick of hearing how "right" I am.
So I'll stop before I lose my blog readership.
Thanks for stopping by!
And remember, be *awesome!*
Most supplies from the Studio Calico Feb Kit, Candy Shoppe
Cardstock: (kraft) Papertrey Ink
Patterned Paper: (red polka dot) Crate Paper, (blue grid) Basic Grey, (red grid) Papertrey Ink
Accents: (ribbon rub-on) Studio Calico, (chipboard stars, buttons) JBS
Fibers: (twine) May Arts
Tools: (paper piercer) Making Memories, (1 inch circle punch) EK Success, (circle cutter) EK Success, (pinkered edge scissors) Provo Craft