- The biggest perk of home ownership isn't really equity and owning something. It's the fact that you never have to deep clean a rental ever again.
- Lunges and thrusters will make a three-story townhouse seem like you are doing the Big Climb at the Columbia Tower (for those of you not from Seattle - that's 76 stories as fast as possible).
- You know you should work on being more friendly when the neighbor you lived across the street from for almost two years welcomes you to the neighborhood. Ummm... no, I'm moving out... not in.
- I have WAY too many shoes. I have held on to shoes because no matter how many squats I do - the shoes always fit.
- I have four pairs of the exact same shoes in different colors - taupe, magenta, black patent and silver sparkles. Since I hardly ever wear heels, 4 1/2 inch sparkly or hot pink heels are practically out of the question. This may be a bit excessive.
Not pictured? Taupe. Sad day for them.
- I may be a mini-hoarder. I have SO MANY things. This is probably only going to get worst now that I've moved into a 'permanent' home.
- Hoarding actually runs in my family. True story. My dad and I witnessed it firsthand this summer (but that's a story for another day).
- I slammed my dog's tail in my car door. I am the worst pet mama ever.
- When you slam your dog's tail in the car door - they get revenge by chewing the face off of one of their toys. Stuffed animal fluff EVERYWHERE.
- Newest obsession? The Newsroom. Thank you HBO.
- Husky Football? Awesome. Went to the home opener last night and it was very cool.
- Not so awesome? Super drunken UW alumni. At what age are you too old to tailgate all day and arrive at the game a shitfaced mess? Because I'm not quite 30 and still feel like I'm too old for that nonsense.
- Even more awesome than UW football? EWU football! Go EAGS!! We beat Oregon State in our opening game this season... a Big Sky Conference school beating a ranked PAC12 school? We pretty much rock.
- What happens when everyone at your office is out of town except for you and your IT guy? These kind of things:
- Always say yes (not like that, you creeps). I had a great blind date earlier this week. I should have given a full recap - but let's just summarize it to say: it was fantastic, he seems great, and I'm excited about the idea of a second date. And I don't want to ruin it by talking about it quite yet. :)