Before I get started with Fill in the Blank Friday, I want to let everyone know I’m looking for guest bloggers to write here at Everyday Trish over the next few months. With a move that’s almost certain and a baby that will certainly not want to stay in my uterus forever, I need some help.
I’m open to pretty much all ideas. Things are random here, so we don’t need to stick with a theme. I would just suggest staying away from anything mean, hateful, vulgar or too controversial. I like to keep things fun!
If you have an idea or already have a post written, let me know and we’ll go from there. And if you do submit a post, I’d love to also put your blog button up in the sponsors section for a month, just as a small way to say thank you for helping an emotional pregnant chick out! And if you know of anyone else who’d like to branch out and write a guest post here, spread the word.
Now, onto Fill in the Blank Friday:
1. Over this Labor Day weekend I will be spending too much money at the outlet mall (it’s the American way, right?), and living in denial about having to move right around the time I’m due to pop a baby out.
2. With the political debates going on right now, my thoughts are that we should try to keep things respectful. I understand how passionate people can be about politics. I’m passionate about what I believe, but I never want to be a jerk about it. You’re not making any friends that way.
3. Today just feels happy. I was in danger of waking up this morning stressed out and ready to assume the fetal position somewhere, but I didn’t. Because I remember the struggles we had to go through to get to today, and the temporary ones we’re about to face are nothing compared to those. So I’m happy. And I’m even happier to have someone to reminds me to calm the hell down once in a while.
4. The best thing I cooked recently was probably these individual peanut butter pies. Please, just go make them now. You’ll understand.
5. The last thing I bought was a bunch of random stuff at the store last night. A couple of the highlights include dog food, Swiffer Dusters and a baby outfit the kid can’t even wear for another year and a half.
6. The best movie I saw this summer was The Avengers. I’m not even sure it was technically summer yet. Close enough though.
7. The best book I read this summer was um, give me a second. Did I even finish a book this summer? That’s sad. Let’s pretend this didn’t just happen.