Merry Christmas!

Hello Readers!

The last few weeks have been crazy.  We agreed in my family that only the children would get gifts this year, but that rule was broken.   So for the past four days, I’ve been Christmas shopping online and in stores.  I hate feeling rushed when shopping.  I normally have all of my gifts bought and wrapped before mid-December.

Luckily, my packages were delivered in time and I only saw one person act like a damned fool while shopping.  This woman started screaming her head off at some poor sales associate. People please act like you some damn manners and breeding!   The average sales associate doesn’t have infinite powers.  If you want to do some type of weird transaction or use a coupon that expired 50-11 years ago, go to talk to the manager.  I salute you, American sales associates; because I would kick irate shoppers out and tell them to kiss my holly, jolly black ass.  Real talk.

I spent the bulk of my afternoon and evening getting last minute gifts, wrapping, cleaning, cooking, and doing laundry.

Behold these lovely treats that I will be taking to my family:

Golden Rum Cake


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I have food and gifts for my family, a clean house, and clothes.   I’m so tired, but it was worth.

Merry Christmas, readers!

Here is a clip from one of my favorite Christmas:  National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.  You have to love Clark Griswold.  He just wants to have a great life with his family and those occasionally kicks in the ass that life throws out just sends him reeling.   I have rants like this, so I can relate.  He should have won an Oscar for this scene alone.







Damn my highfalutin tastes!

I have a problem.  I love things; not regular old things, but nice things.  And y’all know when I say “nice” there is a 85% chance that I really mean “expensive.”   Side note: In case you didn’t know, Mocha Pikachu is from the South and has a charming accent, hence the “y’all.”

I aim for quality rather than quantity, so most people think that I’m disintestered in such things as fashion.  I’d just rather have a few things that I really love and will last a long time, than 50 things that I’ll grow tired of or bought just because they were on sale.

So how is this a problem, you ask.  I seem to have worked out a good system where I buy according to my logic.  The problem comes when I want to buy a lot of nice things at once and my mind goes into the normal INTJ obsessive overdrive about the things.

This morning, I went to several home and furniture websites and pinned a bunch of stuff that I want to buy for the house to Pinterest.

I tried on 2 of the best pair of boots I’ve ever seen at Nordstrom and then saw an ad for a Louis Vuitton bag that I would actually consider carrying.  And to make matters worst, my friend Adam sends me a link to website where you can build your own custom shoes.  He’s getting pinched!!!

My brain is on overload.  So much fanciness at once.








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