I recently visited the Georgia Aquarium. I love that place. I could sit there all day staring at those fish 🙂
Something else I could watch all day…PEOPLE. People are so interesting. I am a lover of humor and I find the natural things people do quite humorous. So, I’m at the Georgia Aquarium and I’m watching the penguins (yay penguins!). I overhear these 2 know-it-alls conversing. They’re going back and forth about stuff they obviously have no idea about (I’m chuckling to myself). The penguins are wearing these little beads on their wing (pictured). I don’t know what it’s for but I assume it is some type of marker so they can tell the penguins apart. I make a joke that the penguins are wearing little bracelets. Know-it-all number 1 (I will here on out refer to her as “Dumber” of the Dumb and Dumber duet) decides to answer me with her brilliant knowledge of all things penguin. Dumber says, “That’s so that they can’t fly away.”
First of all, the penguins are in a glass enclosure indoors. Second, PENGUINS CAN’T FLY! Hahahaha!
I laughed so hard. Thank you Dumb and Dumber for making my trip to the Georgia Aquarium awesome. Besides the ginormous whale shark, the icky octopus and the sea dragon, you were one of my favorite experiences of the day.
More Fishies 🙂
Who am I?
I am brave.
I am a free spirit.
I am beautifully imperfect.
I am loving.
I am wonderfully weird.
I am a daydreamer.
I am real…what you see is what you get.
I am my mother’s daughter.
– Jane Emily
Yesterday I was in a store and I walked past a mirror and had to do a double take. I look so much like my mom that I thought I was seeing her for a moment. Looking back, I realize I WAS seeing her. Her beautiful face looks out through my own. We share so many of the same features. What a gift that was given to me. Now, when I am missing her, all I have to do is look in the mirror because there she is, looking right back at me. She left her mark on my life in so many ways. She taught me what it means to love with abandon. Love without expecting anything in return. What a beautiful legacy. I AM MY MOTHER’S DAUGHTER.
Merry Christmas, everyone! I hope you have a blessed holiday and a happy new year! Don’t let your circumstances define your happiness. Happiness lives within you.
“That’s so plain Jane.” Boo! On behalf of all females out there named Jane, stop saying that! I’m not plain! I understand what you’re trying to say when you say that, but it’s highly offensive to anyone named Jane. We like to think of ourselves as special and ANYTHING but PLAIN!
I know this is a normal part of speech and I don’t want you to lose terms that you like to use to explain things/people so I would like to help you replace this in your vocabulary.
Instead of saying, “That’s so plain Jane,” try this:
- She’s not fancy.
- Her style is so boring.
- She’s so ordinary.
- She’s very simple.
- She’s very uncomplicated.
That’s it for now. Just remember that every time you use the term, “plain Jane,” someone punches a baby panda.
Save the pandas. Don’t say it.