Hi friends! Long time, no see! I’ve been on what the ancient Inca liked to call a “blogcation.” Yes, my part-time lovers, I’ve been high up in the Peruvian Andes hugging llamas and fighting hypoxia– it’s where all the design bloggers go to hone their craft and cuddle alpacas! And I simply haven’t had the time to type things on a personal computing device! Continue reading
So I’m really into trays right now. Continue reading
Hello Friends! I’m back from a fabulous trip to our Nation’s Capitol wherein I danced (sexily), laughed (a lot), cried (not really), and barfed (a little)! I had a good time is what I’m trying to say. Continue reading
Other than being the dispensary for my pharmaceuticals (for which I am very thankful), Target also happens to be a grade A outlet for home decor. In recent years, Target has also been pumping out affordable and on trend items from designers like Nate Berkus and Lilly Pulitzer. And, as you well know, I am obsessed with all the goodies I find there.
Oh hello there. It’s me again (me is Jeremy). And I’m here to help you stay classy and sassy! That’s right, it’s time for another installment of Good Design, Bad Design! This month, pastels are making me smile, while sod is making me grumpy (and a little gassy). Continue reading
Ooooh boy, do I have some crap for you this month! And as a bonus, we’re deciding between three wonderful tchotchkes instead of the usual boring two! It’s like a less messy ménage à trois up in here! Continue reading
Happy Mother’s Day, my fellow cheap asses! I dedicate this post to all you cheap moms out there! And remember, just because you’re cheap, you don’t have to be unhip! Continue reading
For Douglas’ birthday last weekend, I made what might be the gayest cake ever. It’s a strawberry cake with a cream cheese brownie bottom. And because one layer of cream cheese is not enough, I topped it off with cream cheese frosting– which was, of course, infused with hot pink food coloring. This is one fabulously gay treat! Just like me! Continue reading
Apparently there is something in the news about balls, so it got me thinking… about balls. How is this different from any other day, you ask? Well it’s not, my fellow ball lover (you know it’s true)! And to prove my affinity for balls, I decided to take some pretty pictures of them: Continue reading
I was hoping that they’d name her Diana, but I guess Queen Elizabeth said “hell no, cheerio chap!” Or something Britishy. I’m not totally disappointed though, because I think Charlotte is a classy name. I can’t wait until she’s like 22 when we see her in tabloids with the headline, “Char Gets Charred at the Altar.” And we can all revel in her misery– that’s our right as former British subjects, isn’t it? I think I saw that in the Constitution, next to the one about Freedom to Have Arby’s Fries.
It’s been awhile since I read the Constitution. Continue reading