(I know I've posted this on Instagram, but can't remember if I mentioned it here.)
Vet Ranch. Scott introduced me to this Youtube channel the other night. These two vets work by donation only, and they go into shelters, picking up sick/injured animals who are often about to be euthanized. THEY MAKE THEM BETTER and they adopt them out. They also take in injured strays, THEY MAKE THEM BETTER, and they adopt them out. They're so well-known that it's a crazy long line to get one of their animals. Watching the videos, I kept telling Scott "send them some money" because this is a cause I can 110% get behind. The videos are sad to watch at first, but then, as Scott said, THEY MAKE THEM BETTER. Proceed with caution: You will cry happy tears.
I'm hopping back on the Stitchfix train. I haven't gotten anything from them since the end of October/beginning of November. And I actually wear my Stitchfix clothes more often than I wear anything else. I also haven't bought new clothes of any kind since Thanksgiving break. I got a few shirts in a Black Friday J.Crew Factory sale. While it's almost kind of fun to see how long I can go, I need something a little new to add to the rotation. There ain't no way I'm going to spend time buying things online from Old Navy or Gap just to have it fall apart after one wash (I legitimately think I'm done with these brands), and browsing I do not do.
Anyway. Looking forward to my Stitchfix box next week.
(I'll not be shady and tell you those are referral links to Stitchfix...but not to the other websites.)
Blogging and typing has been a bit slow-going this week. I feel like I over-used my right hand and did some hard labor/heavy cleaning last weekend so I aggravated this slight sprain I seem to have acquired a few months ago. I'm on a cycle of heat/ice, heat/ice. It gets better when I take care of it, but being at work obviously makes it worse.
This is why, if you've commented, I've likely not gotten around to answering it. I just wanted to put this up, because leaving you with a depressing post about the state of our nation's educational system makes for a depressing weekend.
Today it's 70 degrees and Sunday we're getting a snowstorm. My thoughts on weather in Colorado are a whole other blog post.