Pics from the inter-webs

Here are some photos from around the inter-webs' tumblrs, blogs, etc.

John Malkovich poses for famous photos.... scary.

15 Most Ridiculous Things People Say On Planes. Ha- sounds about right. 




Oh, hey there December! Didn't think I'd see you so soon.

Now that I am recently engaged, this holiday seems a little more hectic. Lots to plan, lots to do, lots to eat. All very exciting.

Speaking of eating... tell me you don't want these waffles.

Or these gingerbread cookies and hot cocoa.

Or this slice of pie and coffee. Maybe I'm hungry.



Meet Comrade and Missy, our adorable and very snuggly Russian Blue and Siamese mixed kittens. They love to sleep on my teal blanket in the living room and wrestle with each other. Oh, and EAT!

14 Things That Happen At A Katy Perry Concert. Cat fashion show. Hmm.


Artful Number Two

I want to meet this Dad. I wonder how long it takes him to cook breakfast? 




IKEA based instructions to build your own famous monster... 





Wes Anderson // Vehicles. So beautiful and balanced.

An interview with Angus Wall talking about the Game of Thrones opening credits design and artwork.

A coloring/activity book for adults. And how adults like to fill in the lines.



Stun Gun Photoshoot

Ah, this is funny. But looks painful. 


When in Gnome

Instead of working on something prodctive, I decided to shoe shop. And where else is better than Modcloth.com? Check out some of the ones I feel in love with today. Some for work, some for fun. 

In Full Swing Dance Heel.

Dance Instead of Walking Heel in Purple. (I have these in jade. They are SO comfortable!)

Dynamic Debut Heel in Burgundy.

Chic It Out Heel in Charcoal. 

Seashell Belle Heel. (Ahh!)

Hep Hopper Heel.

Galaxy After My Own Heart Heel.

Bright Before Your Eyes Heel.

When In Gnome Heel.

Just joking about the gnome ones. Kind of.

Chasing the sun

So, Hilary Duff is still 15. You have nothing a little deeper to sing about? How about your marriage? Or your kid? Nothing? Okay. Let's all day-dream and get fired.

"Color my life with the chaos of trouble"

Color changing ice cream.


Some history in color. I think these two are my favorite. 



Bring A Sweater.

I was telling a friend about the book I just started, The Happiness Project. I know I'm a little late, the book was published in 2009, but I feel that it's a great time in my life to start contemplating my own happiness and how to achieve a happier lifestyle. 

I just started the book but within the first few pages the author, Gretchen Rubin, shares a list of life lessons she's learned over the years. I thought it'd share it with you. 

"Secrets of Adulthood: 

People don't notice your mistakes as much as you think. 
It's okay to ask for help. 
Most decisions don't require extensive research. 
Do good, feel good. 
It's important to be nice to everyone.
Bring a sweater. 
By doing a little bit each day, you can get a lot accomplished. 
Soap and water remove most stains.
Turning off the computer on and off a few times often fix a glitch. 
If you can't find something, clean up. 
You can choose what you do; you can't choose what you like to do. 
Happiness doesn't always make you feel happy. 
What you do every day matters more than what you do once in a lifetime. 
You don't have to be good at everything. 
If you're not failing, you're not trying hard enough. 
Over-the-counter medicines are very effective.
Don't let the perfect be the enemy of the good. 
What's fun for other people may not be fun for you- and vice versa. 
People actually prefer that you buy wedding gifts off their registry. 
You can't profoundly change your children's natures by nagging them or signing them up for classes. 
No deposit, no return."

I'm thinking of writing my own list of life lessons. It probably won't be as sophiscated as Gretchen's. More like: 

Eat more cupcakes. 
Light more candles. 
Don't hold back opinions and feelings. 
Don't go to sleep hungry. 
It's okay to be silly. 

Hm. Well, it's a work in progress.



I am a tiny potato.

This is for you portofindecision/waterblogged. I can't believe you're moving so far away. 

Here are some things to look forward to. 

Meeting new people. 

Unpacking. And getting excited to re-read all your favorite books because you're in new place and you have to break them in. 


Still singing along to favorite songs. 

Accomplishing really cool things. 

Becoming a real couple. 

Stocking up on tornado supplies every season. (Hey- you're still pretty close to Kanasas.)

Not going to the beach. 

I'm not sure about this one. You've just got to read it. 

Love you.