My day was epic
1. Found a new way to clean toilets on pinterest.
2. I challenged a fellow blogger and this is the result : Maximum Wage Blog
3. Friday means manditory ice cream social as a part of grad school.
4. I got to go to my professors house and eat chocolate
5. I got to throw dry ice in a fountain
Boom. Epic Friday. It’s ok to be jealous.
Dry ice goes from the frozen state directly to gas, no liquid state. Pretty wicked.
I didn’t see it coming. You see Christmas is my best friend. We reminisce all year about our good times together and plan for our next visit. We listen to our special music together, bake cookies, and decorate everything in sight. Christmas never disappoints me. She has been there for me every year no matter what is going on in our lives.
This year I decided it was time to throw my own Christmas party. I have been to many Christmas parties but never hosted one myself. In trying to plan the perfect party I decided a cookie swap would be perfect. Who doesn’t need more cookies in their life? I begin to invite people growing more and more excited each passing day. As guests begin to arrive the cookies begin to pile up like a growing mountain on the dining room table. Each time I look back it as though they have begun to multiply on their own. The table is now overflowing. At first I am not too worried. Everyone will take cookies home it will be ok. As people slowly leave the party the cookies don’t go down in size they appear to still be growing. They are going to take over my house. I have to go on the defense before it’s too late. I try to get people to take them home, but it’s as if they know the cookies are about to attack and they want nothing to do with them. The cookies begin to appear in different places throughout the house. How is this possible? What do they want? What am I going to do? There is no choice you must eat them, I tell myself. But there are so many it can’t be done!
I have no choice but to hide from the cookies and hope they give up.