+I'm spending this week taking a professional development class. It's my summer break, but those salary scales don't bump themselves. And earning a living wage is always nice. Hashtag teacher problems.
+Who is watching True Detective? I maintain that this is the hardest, most convoluted, difficult to follow show out there. I am barely putting the pieces together. This Buzzfeed article might help you understand it.
+Also, I started watching The Newsroom. I meant to do this a few years ago, but I kept missing episodes. I was getting desperate for a new show. This will do just fine.
+I contacted Scentsy because I wanted to order a new bulb and more wax melts but I do not want to find a consultant. I get that I, myself, am part of a MLM business but I shouldn't have to find a consultant to buy a lightbulb. That's ridiculous. Especially because when I put in my address, NO ONE POPS UP. Because no one in the middle of nowhere sells Scentsy. I'm assuming there are thousands of consultants in Colorado Springs, but the principle of it is that when I put in my address like they tell me to do, no one comes up.
I found 2 bulbs at Wal-Mart for less than $3. It was worth the trip.
This person from Scentsy completely ignored my question of "Why can't I just order a lightbulb without finding a consultant? Please let me order a lightbulb."
+And now that I've talked about ridiculous, unimportant things, I need to edit this post and end on a somber note.
A popular lifestyle blogger, Leslie Sisti, passed away this week, and the blog world is just heartbroken. Given the reaction online, I can't imagine what her family and friends are going through.
Leslie's blog, A Blonde Ambition, was one of the first I found back in 2010 and I've read off and on ever since. I don't think I ever commented on a post, but I always felt the need to keep up with her because I just liked her. It was very easy to enjoy her and her blog, and she will be more than missed.
There's a GoFundMe page set up for her daughters (both under 2) and that family sure needs our thoughts and prayers right now. (Read Ryan's post, please, for some eloquent writing.)
If you come across the hashtags #beblessedlovelies #rememberingleslie, that's the blogging community remembering.