So I thought I would step away from the Christmas stuff and talk about some other things. Have any of you ever renovated a house? Have you ever knocked down a wall? Maybe decided to paint a room... Well it is all a pain in the butt. The end results are usually worth it, but it definitely requires some good hard time to make it happen. Recently I moved into a house that needed serious updating. Well it has been a PAIN to deal with everything. Good news is that I am slowly but surely inching closer to my goals. The major projects have consisted up tearing down popcorn ceiling. If you do not know what that is look it up. It is disgusting terrible looking popcorn like texture on the ceiling. The popcorn ceiling usually have aspestos in them too which made this renovation a little difficult to pull off without giving myself lung cancer. I wore two heavy duty masks, googles, and wrapped my head in a wet towel. I was not going to take any chances. Once the popcorn ceilings were down in each room I proceeded to tear down the ugly wallpaper which was literally on every wall cailing to floor... Now I am repainting and getting carpets installed this coming week. Once it is all done I will finally have a room. I won't have to sleep on the couch ha ha. So Christmas this year is going to be awesome because my gift to myself is having a room again. :)
Ah, Christmas. It's the most wonderful time of the year. (Funny how that song is used for everything else in addition to Christmas, but I digress.) A season when networks run Christmas movies or specials on an endless loop, not to mention the endless commercialization. Sure, most everyone loves A Miracle on 34th Street, Elf, and Christmas Vacation, and who doesn't watch at least some of the all-day A Christmas Story marathon on Christmas Day. If you're looking for a different type of Christmas movie, here are a dozen films that are set at Christmas, have a Christmas scene, or have something Christmas/holiday-related for your viewing pleasure. I'm sure there are hundreds of others, but these are just a few I picked out. On a side note - it's fun to see how movie trailers have evolved over the last few decades.
There comes a time in every person's life when you just have to sit down and figure out some things about yourself. Today I asked myself some questions dare I say I've been too afraid to ask. For example, "What's your Britney pregame anthem?" I'm not sure what that means exactly, but I'm going to answer honestly. (FYI- the answer is "Toxic")