Speaking of writing, I got stuck writing this thing for work this week. It was like a five page document that I had to create, and I can't tell you how much I struggled with this thing. At one point I had to shut the door to my office and mute my Pandora so that I could focus. In total, I spent about seven hours working on this thing, which is way longer than I should have. Part of it is because I'm a perfectionist, and another part is that I had crazy writer's block. Turns out that if I can't relate something back to pop culture, I literally have nothing to say about it. When I finally got it finished today, I didn't even have the energy to read it back through one time to proof it. My brain was so fried, it felt like I'd just taken a Finance final. It was terrible. I just don't think they'll let me slip Seinfeld or Parks & Ref references into a document that will get circulated through a Catholic health care system, you know? Which honestly, is stupid.
I say this in all sincerity, but I am so ready for tax season to be over with. Before I get a couple of
Last night Jacob had to go to Bismarck to get deck supplies, and since I'm lazy, I decided I deserved to get some Arby's for dinner. If I said it was good, I'd be wrong. It was incredible. I could have easily had another roast beef sandwich. I'm not even kidding when I say that I dreamed about it last night. I could never be a foodie.
So I may not be snobby about food, but I will tell you something I am snobby about--commercials. For about 99% of commercials that are currently on tv, I think the person who conceptualized them should be lobotomized. Here's one exception: