- Ugly Mug Vanilla Coffee (if you'd like to order any Ugly Mug products, let me know. Joel is selling them as a continuing project to raise money for camp.)
- My Spiderman mug that was left at the house by Jeff a million years ago and very much became my own (kinda like the thermos)
- Capt. Benjamin Franklin Pierce (he's...what I want. I love M*A*S*H. Sorry, Nik, I just can't help it...)
- Monogamy & fidelity
- Jay's idea for deer being made of jell-o from now on (I'm hoping for marshmallow myself)
- Cream Cheese Muffin Puffs
- Josh Deane's honesty and storytelling ability
May I make some suggestions? Well, hopefully I'm not being too forward, but I'm going to make suggestions anyway.
Mom and I were talking yesterday, and we discussed our mutual, time-tested belief that when you're miserable or stuck in a rut, what you need to do is help someone else. Few things will pull you out of yourself and your self-pity like helping and focusing on another person for good things.
I realize I am constantly promoting good-fairydom, but how else can a person survive in the cold of this world.
Everyone needs a little cheer. Donate some old clothes, collect some old clothes to donate, or even make some clothes to donate. Make cookies to share with someone (might just help you make friends with your neighbors or co-workers). Ask someone for their opinion on a good book or movie and then actually take their advice (it'll give you a chance to talk to them about something they enjoyed). Buy someone a coloring book and crayons when you know they're having a bad day. Few things in life can't be made a little brighter than a new box of crayons. Volunteer for some kind of service organization: a shelter, the Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity, etc. Help out with your church. Just spend time with your siblings. Write a handwritten letter. Mix cd's. Or maybe just give someone a genuine compliment. Do an extra chore.
It's about the little things. The tiny bits of cheer that you can bring to someone's day.
Just something to think about.