Let’s just get this out-of-the-way: I am annoyed at the Yankees for releasing Alex Rodriguez.
I am heartbroken.
A-Rod has been my favorite player for years and this forcing him out, which they think is being done politely, is not polite at all. I am annoyed by the politics and details surrounding this situation enough to say that a part of me wants to consider liking the Mets instead.
I didn’t just say that.
My son comes home from camp this weekend!
My biggest question of course is what does he want to eat when he gets off the bus. It will be lunch time when he arrives so does he want to go to Chopt? Does he want to go to Bareburger with me since Bareburger is now one of my favorite places?
We will need to discuss their menu in full detail soon but for now I will let you see the crispy brussels sprouts from last night’s dinner.
Surely my son doesn’t want me to cook him anything when he gets home. In fact, before he left for camp he mocked me real good by requesting that I make him chicken before he left just in case he hated the food at camp because then it would be fresh in his mind that he is missing nothing food-wise at home.
Isn’t he the sweetest?
Last week I complained about Instagram, this week it’s Bloglovin.
The only thing saving me from flipping about Bloglovin’s new layout is that it let me revert back to the old way of scrolling through my feed. I don’t like change, okay?
Speaking of Bloglovin, if I am not currently following you on there, please leave me a link to your feed. Sometimes I cannot find the blogs I want to follow AND sometimes the links to Bloglovin provided in the sidebars of blogs are not correct. Please help me follow you!
Do you want to hear about recent Bar Mitzvah planning happenings?
Neither do I, trust me. The details for this Bar Mitzvah are drowning me although yesterday was fun because I went for my makeup trial before meeting with the DJ/Entertainment. You know I love makeup. Click here for my most recent beauty favorites post.
The only thing really worth saying this week in regards to Bar Mitzvah planning is that the cost of living in New York extends far beyond actually living.
The cost of sitting in New York is very expensive.
Did you know that renting the exact same chiavari chair here in New York will cost $5 more than it does in Florida? You can be sure that with each rental company that I call, I ask them very seriously if we sit differently in New York to warrant such a price difference.
They don’t laugh.
So please, if you are attending my son’s Bar Mitzvah, when the dancers try to motivate you out of your seat to join them on the dance floor, feel free to stay seated. Let them know you are trying to make the chair worth it’s price. Thanks.
What does your favorite candy say about you?
Did you see this link about what your go-to favorite candy says about your personality?
So I would probably pick the m&m’s from the favorite candy list and I guess the part about being a kid at heart makes sense but really I need a chocolate candy that says something like:
Your candy choice says that you hate most people and despise wearing pants. You are quite intelligent, have a low tolerance for society, can’t handle seeing toothpaste in a sink but are really nice, outgoing and funny although your humor stems from your honesty but hey, honesty is amusing sometimes. You like to run outdoors but don’t actually like the outdoors. You prefer hotels over camping, hate to walk barefoot, love to watch sports but do not like to play them. Lisa Frank stickers and Barbie Dolls for life.
Yeah, that sounds like me.thinking out loud today! #ARod #DiorAddict #barmitzvah #mitzvahplanning #thinkingoutloud #bareburger #favoritecandy #running Click To Tweet
Don’t forget to check out what everyone else is thinking about today!
If you read the link, what does your favorite candy say about you? Is it right?
Makeup junkies: What are your favorite products lately?
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