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Blog of the Week: The Bloggess, Jenny Lawson

This, in a way, feels like a cop out post. It isn’t, but it feels that way because is there anyone left who follows blogs at all that does not know of Jenny Lawson’s… 250 more words

Blog Of The Week

Some Books I Fell in Love With in 2014

Five people you meet in heaven by Mitch Albom

Why? Because I’ve learned that life doesn’t absolutely end when you die, it may continue in order to teach you the mystery of your own death. 675 more words

Random Things

Starting a new Blog....again...

Originally written  MAY 18, 2013

“So, recently read Jenny Lawson’s “Lets Pretend This Never Happened”, which is an AWESOME and hilarious book, and thought “hey, I could do that!” I’ve never blogged before, mostly because I’m just too damn scatterbrained to write about any particular thing consistantly, which I thought was sort of prerequisite….but apparently I was wrong about that, which is AWESOME….because I think I’m quite amusing at times, and I blog in my HEAD all the time, so i really think its better if I actually HAVE a blog. 111 more words

Zombies help solve the mysteries of the universe.

For my first dream post I chose one that references my blogging hero The Bloggess (Jenny Lawson).

Last night I had a dream that was set in the future after zombies tried to take over the world but the non-zombified had overcome and were once again in control. 225 more words

Dreams

How Doris Was Found:

I adore The Bloggess, she is without a doubt one of my favourite bloggers, ever since a friend of mine slid into a Facebook status update and said, “you should read Jenny Lawson’s book, … 635 more words

Comedy

Book #37: Let's Pretend This Never Happened

Jenny Lawson, Let’s Pretend This Never Happened (A Mostly True Memoir), (2012), 318p

Never, ever, ever read this book on a plane. No, seriously. You will burst into obscene, hilarious laughter, then realize what you are doing, then try to stifle and choke back the laughter which makes you look and sound even more ridiculous. 163 more words

I laughed so hard I cried. On nearly every page.