Mr. Biscuit is a 12-year-old, purebred Blue Point Himalayan.
The couch was ugly and old and free. Did I want it? Of course I wanted it.
We own cheap furniture because we sense, consciously or unconsciously, that our situations are temporary.
Spent the entire day on the couch, watching television in my pajamas, and obsessively checking the Washington Post for shutdown updates.
Perhaps the saddest thing about my tattoo and its subsequent removal is that I wanted to get rid of it almost as soon as I got it.
Don’t give up shopping immediately. It could take you months to prepare for this.
“They don’t want us to play the Yule Ball this year,” Myron Wagtail (lead singer) told the band.
Throwback Thursday: All I Want For Christmas Is What My Parents Got: The Myth of the Merry Middle Class
I don’t know how anybody in my generation celebrates the season without a mountain of credit card debt, or at least considerable buyer’s remorse.
Owning my mistakes and ne regretteing rien is kind of my “thing,” but these garments are the exception.