don’t wanna grow up.

Friend: I need you to help me, I want to write a book.

Me: I can’t help you with that. You need a grown up.

Friend: We are grown ups.

Me: Oh no. We’re definitely not.

Friend: Well then how do I find a grown up?

Me: Look for someone in a pantsuit. With a briefcase.

Friend: Ok. Got it. I’ll go on a hunt for people wearing pants and ask them to help me write a book.

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In other good news…I won the lottery!

This seems totally legit, right?!

THE BBC ONLINE PROMOTION
2011 B.B.C LOTTERY National Lottery Results
PO Box 200
Harrogate England, UK

Dear Guaranteed Winner

We are Pleased to inform you that you have won a prize money of GBP 750.000.00 (Seven hundred And Fifty Thousand, Great Britain Pound Sterling) for the Annual 2011 Lottery promotion which is organized by B.B.C National Lottery in conjunction with the MICROSOFT WINDOWS. B.B.C National Lottery, Do get back to us immediately for more information.

Yours faithfully,

Dan Pascali
Online coordinator
(Sweepstakes International Program)

When Dan Pascali was a young lad, he was told he could be anything he wanted to when he grew up, even if that dream was to be an email scammer. I picture him then, sitting on his grandpa’s knee, chatting about the path he would take to reach this dream, and who would help him achieve success.

Personally, I’d like to school dear Dan on the semantics of proper grammer and punctuation. I think it might help him lure a few more suckers into his ponzi scheme. I mean, signing an email “faithfully yours” isn’t necessarily the best way to build business relationships.

Or is it?

Dan: you had me at “Dear Guaranteed Winner.”

Cheerio!

Pro Wedding Pics – Teaser

We used Sierra Blanco Photography for our wedding after being amazed at the photos they took at our friends Katie and Ben’s wedding. Turns out they were also the photogs at our friends Sarah and Drew’s wedding two years ago! These folks are a genuinely amazing couple and we feel honored to have worked with them. They have a rare talent for turning photography into timeless art. Enjoy our sneak preview, and please leave them some love on their blog as a comment!

Here’s what Tina emailed me this morning:

Hi Jessica,

First, we really want to thank you for the review you gave us on wedding wire … that was so nice of you!!!

Second, we wanted you to know we posted your wedding on the blog … and facebook, though I’m sure you are checking :-).  Hope you like the sneak peak.  I seriously have quite a few photos from your wedding that are ranking as some of my all-time favorites.  I plan on entering quite a few into contests this year :-)!  Thanks!

Tina

Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Banana Cookies

Purchase bananas. Neglect to eat bananas. Watch bananas turn brown on the counter. Feel guilty. Repeat.

I love them – but can’t seem to eat them fast enough. But that’s ok. Because mushy bananas can return as delicious cookies in another life.


Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Banana Cookies

recipe adapted from Siriously Delicious

1 stick unsalted butter, softened
3 ripe bananas, mashed
1/2 cup crunchy peanut butter
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 egg
2 tsp vanilla
2 cups flour
1/2 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp salt
1 cup chocolate chips
Sugar and cinnamon, for dusting

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Combine wet ingredients. Combine dry ingredients. Slowly add dry to wet. Mix ‘er.

Grease cookie sheets and drop dough in big spoonfuls, and bake for 10 minutes.