My Cat Likes To Sit In The Shower

Cats are fickle creatures. One minute they love you, and the next they’re climbing up the walls because thought they saw something, but in reality it’s just light from a car passing by. Personally, I think cats are the greatest animal/creature/organism ever created. I’ve had a cat in my life for 17 years, and I think that makes me an expert on them. Read More

“This is Us” Season 1 Episode 2 Review: Kids are the Worst and Ugly Cats

Episode Summary: Jack and Rebecca struggle to overcome distance in their marriage; Toby encourages Kate to let loose; Kevin faces fallout from his meltdown; and Beth protects her man. Katey Sagal guest stars.

My Rating: Image result for 6 out of 10 stars

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“This is Us” more like “This Just Killed Me”

I just watched the pilot for the new NBC show This is Us, and let me to you, guys– it is the best pilot for a television show I have ever seen. And I’m not just saying this because Milo Ventimiglia is in it (though, it helps). Let’s get this straight, he’s great. Mandy Moore is great. Sterling K. Brown is hypnotizing. The cast is amazing; but the real star, the one character I know is going to give this show life (for me) is: Chrissy Metz’s character, Kate. Read More

I’m On Pinterest!

Not much has happened in the past week, besides the fact that I was sick all last weekend– aka why there is no normal blog post this week. I have a couple ideas cooking, but found myself unable to really sit down and write down my thoughts. So, instead of writing, I spent my time on (you guessed it) Pinterest.

Pinterest has everything. I somehow never grow bored, and while most of the recipes aren’t great, or the DIY’s are failures, the website itself is addicting. So, that’s why I’ve started pinning some of my blog posts to Pinterest. So, if you’d like to follow me there you can do so here, and if you just want to see my blog posts, you can follow this board only.

Next week (probably Monday) there will be a new post!

See you all then,

Bri

Book Review: Wild by Cheryl Strayed

I’m one of those people that will loudly, and unabashedly tell anyone, and everyone, about my need to leave the United States, and travel. Before this summer, and the three English courses I took during it, I’d never given much thought to walking across the world. Yet, after reading Cheryl Strayed’s award winning book, Wild, walking is all I want to do. Read More