Types of people who romanticize small town life:
- People who didn’t grow up in small towns
Ditto. No one really believes that the town I spent so many years in is real because it’s a 15 minute drive to major cities and tucked in the mountains, so unless you’re from there you probably don’t know it exists. I never liked the rural nature and the small-town mindset. I think the population there is around 700, so basically if you fart everyone knows about it and has already started rumors about how it’s probably a shart. NO THANKS.
Oh the holidays! Ever so fun.
The best of food, friends, and times.
Look how confident little ham is driving Santa’s gift giving tree. And poor Cat, doing his best to hold on to not only the tree, but his little hat too!
A print of this is available in my Society6 store.
100% of the profit I make on this print will be going to the Red Cross to help those in need in the Philippines.
I hope you in particular have a really wonderful holiday season! Tell me funny stories from the holidays, I’d love to do a doodle of them :)
I adore this!!!
Last night Ryan said “what’s that sound? Do you hear it? It’s like a Walkman with low batteries, but the tape is still sort of playing?”
me at a job interview
This is actually pretty effective. I got a job once based on the fact that I understood “mail merge”. I also got hired at another place (where I was a temp) because I knew how to format a column in Excel. No joke, I had been brought in on a 2 week assignment to clean-up some spreadsheets with another guy helping me and it turns out that NO ONE in that office had ever used the Format menu. Instead, they were manually re-typing all of the data into a new spreadsheet. Insanity! So I did my formatting magic (which honestly was not hard and, I assumed, common knowledge) and finished the entire 2 week project in about 5 minutes. The manager admired my gumption and hired me as a permanent employee.