Oh just a little announcement called "I HAVE A NEW BLOG DESIGN!" Do you ever become so over the look of your blog that you just don't even wanna go to your own page? Or kinda don't wanna post? That was me lately, but I'm also over dramatic. Well thanks to one of our favorites, Erin at Two Thirds Hazel, I'm now back to being super excited about my blog. Everything is new! Colors, pictures, buttons, I added pages, I changed pages; including my about me and sponsoring pages. Come check it out!
So one thing I wanted to throw out there is a little something about the Red Sox win this weekend. While I'm not the biggest sports fan, I am a born bred Bostonian and I stand hard for anything that has to do with my home. There were some people across the twitterverse saying that #bostonstrong is being "cheapened" by the Sox.... I saw a load of tweets from Detroit fans (aka, mad) saying that the Red Sox are using the "Boston Strong/B Strong" phrase too much. Now, I admit I had some beer, gin, wine and fireball in my belly so I definitely felt a bit more fierce when I saw that than I may have on a Monday morning. But let me say this... if you are not from Boston/New England, you have no idea what the true meaning behind that is because you do not carry that spirit of our city, you have no idea what the Red Sox have to do with it. You have no idea what it means to us. Until that happens to YOUR city, YOUR family and YOUR friends, you have no legit reason to talk any kind of nonsense that you know nothing about.
|"but I love that dirty water, Boston you're my home"|
triumph after tragedy
Hashtag jumps of soapbox.
That may be all I have to say today since I really didn't do anything this weekend. The boyfriend worked on Saturday so I stayed in bed all day while my cat owned me. Then we went out to dinner and our waitress had a really annoying voice so that's newsworthy. Oh and I saw an ablino at the supermarket today. I'm not even joking, I know it's halloween season and all but this shit was legit. When I first saw her I was super confused and I was like that MUST be an albino. Then I saw her again a few minutes later and I saw her eyes and they were red! Confirmation. Sorry if I seem to be over reacting or rude, but I've never seen one in real life, so it's almost like they're not real to me so it's kind of a big deal. I'm actually getting heebie jeebies just writing about it. Not my fault that they're mostly connected to horror movies!