You Know Where You Can Wear Your Thousand Dollars?

After some inquiries about the phrasing in my last post (“I am 99% sure she must’ve wanted to tell me where I could wear my thousand dollars at least once”) I thought I’d make a post about it, and what it actually means.

A few years back, “Yes, That Can Be My Next Tweet”  was popular, and I love silly things like that so I spent hours laughing at the ridiculous tweets it came up with (for those of you who don’t know and don’t want to click the link, Yes, That Can Be My Next Tweet is a website that takes your current tweets and makes new ones up!) Like the example in this post 🙂Screen Shot 2016-05-09 at 1.37.03 AM

One day, I had my best friend over and we were playing around with the web app and it came up with, “You know where you can wear your thousand dollars??” and I thought, “That sounds like an insult” and it just became my thing.

It’s meant in good fun, though. So if I ever say it to you, don’t take it to heart!


Happy Mother’s Day — Mental Health Post #4

Hello friends!

Today is the day we set aside to celebrate the amazing women that brought us into the world, as well as the women in our lives that act like mother’s to us.

Happy Mother’s Day to all of the physical mother’s out there, as well as the emotional, and spiritual mother’s. You rock!

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