Saturday, December 26, 2009

Ooopsy Daisies

Forgive me, readers, for I have sinned. It has been 30 days since my last blogpost.

There are many reasons for this, but let's just be real with each other... you don't care why I failed. You just want to know that I know, and that I'm going to try to do better.

Revision: I will do better. (In the words of the wise green one, "Do or do not. There is no try.")


Ugh. Breaking the silence is so hard and uncomfortable. I'm gonna go ahead and let YouTube do the work for me.

My winter break in videos:

1. Single Ladies Gone Wrong

No introduction, no explanation. It's just that good. Enjoy it over and over.

2. "Dying Day", Brandi Carlile

I love this girl. So much. And she kept me company alllll semester through Pandora. It should be a surprise to no one that this song got stuck in my head as soon as I got on the first plane on December 10th.

3. "Sisters", White Christmas

Ladies and gentlemen, the Hanes sisters!

A friend of my sister's introduced her to this movie and I watched a bit of it with her over Christmas Eve and Day. I have not seen the whole movie through, but I have seen this one "Sisters" act about five times. It's appropriate both for the holiday and the sheer amount of time I've spent with my sister (and other family members) over the past few weeks.

4. "Sisters on the Lawrence Welk Show", SNL

I had no idea this skit sprung from the "Sisters" act on White Christmas. But having seen one, I can't leave you without sharing the other.

Lolve it. If you so much as say "with my by myself" around my dad, he'll lose it. I say this from experience.

Now... if you'll excuse me, I'm going to get to doing... something. Really anything that will get me away from this living room where my dad is enjoying who-knows-what on the Military channel.

But to you who read this post and decided to forgive me my absence... Thank you for being a friend.

Hmm... maybe I should embed some Golden Girls?

Nah, you know how I do.


Evan said...

Glad to see you back!

Amber said...

i watched White Christmas for the first time since high school a couple weeks ago and couldn't get over how freakishly thin Vera Ellen was! But beautiful, nonetheless.

Me! said...

i was starting to wonder if you had quit.... if i actually managed my reader and got rid of dead blogs then you would have been questionable! fortunately you posted so you are not being deleted! nevermind that i've never actually cleaned out my reader....

Kate said...

Oh how I've missed your blog. Welcome back. I hope you'll stay.