November of 2007 is when I first opened a Facebook account, and I was hooked on social networking. Then, when I was engaged, things got weird. — virtual harassment bled into real life creepiness. After that I started wondering how much I actually needed Facebook. So I deleted all my online accounts and learned a lot in the process.
Now, most people are used to grandma sitting over a stove making strawberry jam in jars covered with gingham fabric. I really didn't want that. Looking online, I discovered something amazing about jam… alcohol makes it better! Strawberry Margarita Jam, Peach Fondue Jam, Black Forest Jam: you better believe I make the best jam going!
When my husband and I weren't married I had "zero" income. Now that we're married and I'm on his healthcare and I'm trying to continue my education I'm realizing that my low/no income healthcare was far better than actually being insured. And now I'm worried about me receiving enough aid to finish school. Has anyone else thought about just getting a divorce on paper in order to reap the financial benefits?
Fuck, guys. I love wine. I'm the self confessed wino of the Empire. You know what I also love? Sharks, Star Wars, inappropriate jokes, and kitchen stuff shaped like animals. I have combined my love of all those things to bring you this round-up of awesome wine bottle stoppers. (Psst: these make REALLY good gifts, so get your bookmarking fingers ready.)
Since we're renting the house, I want to make it more homey, but I don't want to pour money into a yard that we'll eventually leave. Any other suggestions on how to make this yard a bit more family-friendly, while also being renter- and budget-friendly?