Let’s go surfin’ now!

On the internet!

Were you thinking the ocean? Are you kidding me!? Um hello, there’s sharks out there!

But this post isn’t about my intense fear of sharks, which some may say is irrational. (If it’s irrational to be scared to go in the deep end of the pool as a kid because maybe somehow a baby shark could have swam (swum?) through the filter and has now grown into a monster shark and it’s hungry and I look the most like a seal out of any of my friends, then fine. Guilty as charged.)

No, this is just a quick post to share some fun links with you that I’ve come across in my internet travels.

Plus, no one likes to actually work on Fridays, so maybe this can entertain you while you wait for 5:00.

I love this illustration I came across on designworklife so much that I printed it out this morning and hung it up on my cube wall. I’d rather have a window to gaze at (in a sweet private office!), but this will do for now.

I also love looking at this. In a very different way.

Two weeks ago, I was hanging out with my friend Stacey’s baby Tyler. (Stacey and other people were there too, don’t worry. I was NOT left unsupervised with a baby, for the sake of everyone’s safety.) I even held his hand. Then I read this article about how most parents hate their lives. 1 step forward, 2 steps back.

I know you’re at your computer (or fancy pants smart phone) right now. Why not mosey on over to the ZYNC American Express MTV TJ Facebook page and vote for my girl Danielle to be the new MTV TJ? While you’re at it, follow her on Twitter and read her blog too.

Apparently, we have finally reached The End of Men. Sorry, boys. All the muscle and brawn in the world was no match for emotional intelligence and a uterus.

I’m getting a haircut on Monday and I kind of want bangs like this. Thoughts?

Look! I made another website about my favorite subject: me! It’s still a work in progress…

I can relate to this little guy this morning.

Happy Friday!

2 thoughts on “Let’s go surfin’ now!

  1. The parent article was extremely depressing. I thought I wanted kids but now…on the up side, the pics of Ryan Reynolds brought me out of that depression pretty quickly. Yes, he can be my baby daddy…

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