A Bucket of Irrational Fears [A Few Rational Conclusions I Jump to Irrationally]

After calling my mom for a half hour with no reply so instead of thinking she might be just be busy or not near her phone, I begin to assume something horrible had happened. My mind went from "Oh mane she didn't hear her phone ring" to " oh dear God, why'd you take my … Continue reading A Bucket of Irrational Fears [A Few Rational Conclusions I Jump to Irrationally]

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The Guy Fawkes Mask Creeps Me Out {How I haven’t been a very good Occupy Wall Street supporter}

A very good friend of mine, whom I consider a brother, loves the movie "V for Vendetta."  He might very well think it is one of the greatest movies ever. One random day a while ago I decided to finally watch the movie with him, and after sitting through the majority of the  movie-after discovering … Continue reading The Guy Fawkes Mask Creeps Me Out {How I haven’t been a very good Occupy Wall Street supporter}

Taking too long to walk across the street [and other things that bring my inner Tami Roman out]

Reality TV could very well be the most evil and pointless part of television ever invented. I mean, when you look at the Jersey Shores, Bad Girls' Clubs and American Idols that swamp our digital programming it's pretty depressing. And yes there are a few shows, like Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and Biggest Loser, that … Continue reading Taking too long to walk across the street [and other things that bring my inner Tami Roman out]

“i think we’ve all gone mad…” [and other proof you’ve been working with kids]

As I mentioned before, I am officially a counselor at Camp NOLA Kidz, a camp for ages 5-15. My kids are the 10 and 11 year olds and they're basically all little geniuses. They are wonderful, brilliant, amazing, and all kinds of awesome and I cherish every minute that I get to be around them … Continue reading “i think we’ve all gone mad…” [and other proof you’ve been working with kids]

“I’m Not Judging You But…”[and other situations that lead directly to Judging]

Being P.C. is an art form [P.C. stands for politically correct if ya didn't know]. It requires skill, tact, high awareness and extreme foresight. One of the aspects of P.C. is using proper terminology and phrasing so that people don't get offended or feel like you're "talking down to them". This skill basically means disclaiming and buffering every … Continue reading “I’m Not Judging You But…”[and other situations that lead directly to Judging]

The Great Meal Dilemma [so it begins]

School has only been back in session for about two weeks and I'm already starting to think my friends may be memories of days gone by. By this, i mean I hardly ever see them. And through no fault of our own we basically have to trip,slip and fall into a event where we'll all … Continue reading The Great Meal Dilemma [so it begins]

Big Foot [and other things that make no sense to me]

Happy January Everybody!!! {I figured it was too late for a Happy New Year greeting} Hope all of you are well. So it's been a while since I've posted anything to this here blog of mine. So I spent many days and nights[ok, only like one and a half] pondering what my first post of … Continue reading Big Foot [and other things that make no sense to me]

Things That Make My Heart Happy

As anyone who knows me I like being all happy and bubbly and joyous and such. therefore I like to do stuff that puts me in that state of being. here's a few of those things, I think they'll probably make you all joyous also. Running A Mile Yep I said running a mile. I … Continue reading Things That Make My Heart Happy

Reasons why losing your iPhone [or any other smartphone for that matter] should be classified as its own state of emotional distress.

I'm sure you just read that title and thought "Silly Brianne, you are greatly over exaggerating.  One's phone is not that essential to one's emotional and physical well-being." If you thought that, you clearly do not own an iPhone....or a Blackberry....or a Droid.  Or you're 65 years old and you think that when kids talk about … Continue reading Reasons why losing your iPhone [or any other smartphone for that matter] should be classified as its own state of emotional distress.