Forget: From the Forget-Me-Not Wikipedia disambiguation page (my favorite type of page on Wikipedia) I learned that “Forget Me Not” was the title of episodes of Charmed, Psych, and Garfield and Friends. Those shows are ordered by how I watched them, from forced to by roommates, to enjoyed with family, to dreamed about.
Me: If I had a job for every time I almost emailed an HR department this week and said I’ve “attached me resume” me would have six jobs now.
Not: Yesterday I saw this headline on cnn.com, “20-somethings — get ready for a ‘thrisis’,” or the start of an existential crisis all 29 year old people could expect on their next birthday. My only reaction: Nope. No. Not doing it. I accept and love and make up a lot of made up words but I am not a major source of news and Twitter updates. It would be a lot easier to handle adulthood without associating it with the stupidest word I’ve heard in 2010. CNN.com is awesome. Not.
Day: I assumed the holiday was about one of the most fake looking flowers I’ve ever seen (or the 1822 literary annual).
|Ace of Cakes fondant practice|
But it is actually about remembering family and friends you haven’t seen in awhile. So, here’s a photo of two of my favorite family members I haven’t seen in at least a month.