It’s mail day!
The day I write random snarky & sarcastic letters full of complete randomness. It’s a chance for me to clear the air and dust out the corners of my mind. Sometimes I confess, sometimes I crack jokes, and occasionally I decide to be a bit serious… but not today!
With my disclaimer in place, here we go!
The second Friday of the month is mail day! It’s the day I write random snarky & sarcastic letters full of complete randomness that is bound to get me in “trouble” some how 😆 . Seriously y’all I love these posts and I hope they make you laugh as you read them. I also hope you realize that everything within this post should be taken with a grain of salt.
So now that I have laid out my disclaimer, let’s get started!
TGIF friends we are so ready for another weekend! It has been a crazy week of house decisions, road decisions, and looking at floor plans until I am already feeling over it, yet we have just begun. I guess the shock of it all is that it felt like we waited, doing nothing, for months and we are finally at a stage that actually requires us to decide things (big things). So exciting, so overwhelming.
This week I am sharing another edition of my monthly ‘Little Letters’ where I write notes to divulge all the randomness that is currently going on inside my head.
Last month I linked up for ‘Little Letters’ for the very first time. I wasn’t sure how much I would like the link-up, but I wanted to give it a fair shot. It only took one post for me to realize that I loved it. It was the perfect opportunity to toss in a little bit of wit and sarcasm on the blog. Those emotions are ones that don’t easily come across when writing so having a post where I get to cut loose was a blast. I was also VERY relieved when several of my blogging friends also hopped on the little letter bus and were equally as snarky and sarcastic as I was.
So, I think it is safe to say that I will keep these posts coming.
At the first of the year I try to shake things up a bit around here. Today’s post is an attempt to do exactly that. When a couple of my blogging friends started talking about the Little Letters monthly linkup, I knew I wanted to join them. It instantly reminded me of Jimmy Fallon’s Thank You Notes, which has always been a favorite of mine. Plus, it is the perfect way to clean out the corners of my mind, do some confessions, and share what is really going on inside of my head.
Come to think of it, I’m not so sure this is a good idea after all…