Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Kendragarden Tells You How To Cop Out

Hi!  It's Advice Wednesday here on the blog.  Today I'm going to tell you how to cop out of writing an Advice Wednesday piece on your blog.  We are in the middle of moving and dealing with a bit of family stuff (don't worry, things are going as well as can be expected) and my brain is fried. I've broken my brain with stress and worry.  I'm obsessing on packing boxes and transferring cable service and getting just the right cabinet for the bathroom.  My mind thinks of nothing but if my shoes will fit in that bin or how I'm gonna get all the wine glasses from point A to point B without breaking any of them. I keep thinking, WHY IS IT RAINING WHEN WE NEED TO BE MOVING SHIT TODAY?! And stuff like that.  Anyway, my brain is broken and my body is still on London time.  The latest I've slept since we got back was 5:30 a.m.  So I'm sleep deprived and crazy and yeah.

Ooooh, I know some advice.  Don't sell your condo, go to London and then come back to a move right in the middle of a stressy time when you have personal things going on.  Don't do that.  See?  That's super advice-y!

Anyway, how to cop out of writing your blog:

1) Put up a silly selfie with a Scots Guard dude from your recent trip.

2) Rant a tiny bit about how busy you are and make people feel sorry for you.

3) Say a little something about the photo.  OK, better do that:

We took this pic at the Tower of London at the request of our friend Jenny.  She actually wanted one of us standing next to the guard.  I think she envisioned us right in front of Buckingham Palace pretending to pick his nose or something but you can't get within half a mile of the guards there.  This guy was guarding the Queen's jewels at the Tower so we selfie-d with him.  Next best thing, right?  It makes me laugh.  We have at least a dozen super dumb selfies from our trip of us in front of various landmarks.  I hope they make me giggle as much when I'm all doped up on drugs in the nursing home playing Wii Tennis or whatever they have by then for old people.

4) Apologize profusely.

I am sorry.  I will try to get back to normal schedule tomorrow.  

Love you guys in like a real way not in like a lame fakey way.  Thanks for reading and being cute and stuff.