Eight days into January blog a day… today: some honesty. Blame the delay in posting today on blogger’s block (and a little babysitting).
If I’m being honest… there was a time in my life where I was legitimately concerned for my ability to care about others. I used to think to myself — I’m totally insensitive. Here’s the thing: I really love my dog. I’m not like getting her nails done or anything, but I love her a lot. She’s snuggly, she stayed by my side after I got my wisdom teeth out, she always wants to see me, she listens. I love her so much.
So much that I never thought I could love anything or anyone (not already in my life) more than my pup. I seriously used to think that this must be a little what it’s like for parents who love all their kids equally. Except I don’t have kids. I have Bella.
Then this crazy came along…
And I loved him soooo much. As much as Bella. Probably even more 🙂 And then, two years later, this booger:
And I loved him, too!!! Actually my love for both my nephews multiplies x a million every moment I spend with them. They are that good. (And Bella hangs out with us, too). But for a good solid nine months, I wasn’t so sure how I would deal.
A little more honesty…
Most mornings I wake up hating myself for eating too much yesterday and for staying up late the night before for something really stupid. Last night I stayed up until 5am downloading Adobe Flash Player 11.3 for my mom’s new work laptop so I could do my work on it. Last week I stayed up until 4am streaming my TV show so I could watch the season finale.
My idea of heaven includes 24 hours room service and unlimited massages, paid in handshakes or high-fives.
Dentists are the most selfish of all doctors. I’ve never met a dentist that isn’t drill happy — always goes back in for just a little more. But I’ve never met a surgeon who decides to take out a little extra piece of intestine for fun.
Three things that should be free: toilet paper, Spotify premium, and wifi in public places.
A new pair of Nikes can really turn around my day.
Things that make me rip out my own hair: The guy who tries to sell you a membership at the gym, AT&T customer service, tweets from Mark Driscoll and Donald Trump, gym squirrels, and the DMV.
Nice ideas, bad execution: Transition glasses, shants (the pants that zip off and become shorts), jeggins, ketchup flavoured potato chips.
I like watching “The Bachelor”.
I will look at this picture at least 10,000 more times before I get sick of it:
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More from #Janblogaday: Day 1: New… year, new resolution. Day 2: Two… things you should never say to your partner. Day 3: Bucket list… of (some un)realistic wishes. Day 4: Pet peeve… fountains are not the new jungle gym. Day 5: Fear not, even if I am a little crazy. Day 6: Embarrassment: Lindsey – 1, Dad – 4. Day 7: The shoe horoscope. Tomorrow – Day 9’s made with love: Wintery Instagram jam.
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