Death By Chocolate

The following story may make you sad or it might make you laugh. Or maybe a little of both. Either way, before you proceed, here’s your warning that your reaction may be completely different from mine.

My place of work is in a rural part of NE Ohio. If you live in a rural area then you know 1) the only fast food place you’ll likely have nearby is McDonald’s and it’s going to be at least 3 or more miles away; 2) downtown is postage stamp size and 3) there are a lot of wild animals that like to make their appearance in or around your house not normally seen when you live near a city. There are other indicators that prove you live in a rural setting of course but those are the main three in my opinion.

My job consists of a small building that was later built upon. So there’s the office side and then the plant side where all the hustle and bustle takes place. The plant attracts all kinds of critters who are looking to find a warm place to sleep. Just yesterday we pulled a shipment out of storage and it was covered in raccoon pawprints. Not only have raccoons made an appearance but in the last couple of months we’ve had a groundhog run through, birds flying around as well as stray cats making a home.

Yo-Yo was this year’s cat. He stumbled in right before winter and made the plant his home. This is a normal occurrence and Mr. Grumps usually befriends them and ends up taking them home. He’s accumulated four cats this way.

Anyway, the story goes like this. On my desk, I like to keep candy out for the guys in the plant. It’s a way to get them to come visit me and to make their hardworking days sweeter. Before it was just mini packs of Skittles and Starburst. One day, I decided to ask them what their favorite candy was and the general consensus seemed to be a Hershey chocolate variety. I went to Sam’s Club and bought the big bag of Hershey mix and a second bowl of candy was added to my desk.

A few weeks ago, I would walk into my office to find shredded candy wrappers either on the ground or on my desk. Something was eating my chocolates. I told everyone about how I was finding these perfectly unwrapped wrappers and was told there was a ghost in the place since it’s been open since 1971. The other theory was one of those raccoons has been helping himself and prefers chocolate over Skittles. So of course I started getting scared I was going to walk in my office and raccoon would be sitting on my desk. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve worked many years in wildlife rehab but raccoons are mean so you just never know. This became an ongoing mystery for days and I started locking the candy in a filing cabinet at the end of the day.

Last week our resident chocolate ghost mystery was solved. When Mr. Ghost can’t get chocolate (poor shunned Skittles), he goes next door to my co-workers office for her coffee. She sometimes forgets to dump it because we get caught up in work and there was one such occasion when she came in and there was a tipped coffee cup with a trail of coffee across her desk.

She came in, like she normally does, and grabbed her coffee cup to dump the old and fill with fresh. I was talking to Mr. Grumps when all of sudden we here this scream and she’s like “NEL! GRUMPS! Come see this now!” I’m like oh god. Grumps walks in front of me and HE screams and jumps back! Now I don’t want to look but of course I do anyway. In the sink was a little, dead field mouse. I’m like “Where did that come from?!?!?” and she goes, “my coffee cup…..” I burst out laughing because I’m a terrible person and say, “That’s the ghost??!”. You see when Mr. Mouse couldn’t get into my Hershey bowl, he went into her office to get some of that mocha deliciousness. The last time it happened, her coffee was in a paper cup so he was able to knock it over. This time, he was a tall ceramic cup and the poor little guy fell to his doom and drowned.

For now, I’ve decided not to keep any more chocolate on my desk at least until winter time where hopefully all these little critters are in hibernation somewhere.

Get To Know Me Tag

I haven’t done a tag in while (cause I just have way too many stories to tell) and I actually had a story lined up for today but I saw this tag floating around and I remember Patty tagging me a long time ago (sorry!) so I decided to join in the tag fun instead.

get to know me tag


Name: Chanel

Nicknames: Nel, Chica, Sexy

Star Sign: Taurus

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Occupation: Office manager for a small business

Living In: The heart of the nation — Ohio, USA


Hair color: Black or jet black as my mom would tell you. I’m too scared to ever try to dye it because I like my hair a lot.

Hair length: It’s about breast length which is the longest it’s ever been. I have kinky afro hair and I used to straighten it a lot or do those brazillian keratin treatments but it changed my hair texture a lot so a couple years ago I let a friend take scissors to my hair and cut out all the straight so I wore it in a short afro puff for a while. Now I’m constantly trying out different hairstyles I see on Youtube.

Eye Color: Dark brown according to my driver’s license

Best Feature: I don’t know! That’s like a question you ask a man but maybe my smile because people always comment about how happy I am all the time.

Braces: Nope, never. Almost once but my mom disagreed with the dentist’s assessment so I didn’t get them

Piercings:  Ears that I got pierced at birth. I don’t want anymore

Tattoos: Yes. I have on on my lower left back. Its a bamboo shoot with “to live” in japanese next to it. I got it in my senior year of college. I got the words “to live” because I was feeling some kind of way back in those days so I tracked down my Indonesian friend, Soya, and had him draw the exact symbols for me because I didn’t trust the internet translations and he is fluent in Japanese.

Right or Left: Right I guess. I’m right handed, lol.


Real Holiday: I’m guessing I had quite a few as a child that I don’t remember but I’ll probably say Thanksgiving and Christmas cause that’s the only time I really see all my family together in one spot. For a couple years growing up, our house was the party spot. Every holiday, my mom would throw these huge, extravagant events and we’d have family and all the neighbors and their kids piled up into our house. It was great but definitely exhausting.

Best Friend: My husband of course but also my friend Suki. We met in an MMORPG (massive mulitplayer online role playing game) almost 10 years ago and it was an instant connection. Back then, when we were poor college students, we would only see each other once a year but now we make it a point to see each other at least twice or three times a year. She always comes to visit me around my birthday and I always visit her in the late summer early fall (her birthday is in December and I’m not a travel in the snow type of person). She was my maid of honor at my wedding and I was matron of honor at hers. We’ll actually get to see each other in October because we’re all flying down to Orlando to have some beach time before it gets cold. 🙂

Award: I always used to get perfect attendance awards in school. I’m the type that unless I’m falling down sick, I was going to school. The first and best award I ever remember getting is back in sixth grade. We had this big awards ceremony and I was sure this kid was going to get valedictorian over me because I just didn’t think I’d made the cut. Well to my and my mother’s surprise, I ended up getting that award. It was funny because she yelled at me later for not telling her and I had to keep reiterating that I didn’t know! In high school I got into the National Honor Society which is cool. I still have the book that contains hundreds of kid’s faces that made it that year. In my work life, I’ve received employee of the month numerous times. When I used to work at Petsmart, I actually got the award 2 months in a row which was super awesome!

Sport: I played volleyball and ran track throughout middle school and high school. I dropped all sports in college cause I just didn’t have time.

Concert: My first concert ever was Jay-Z with my husband. That’s his favorite rapper. Later that year though I got to see Pentatonix back when they were just YouTube famous and touring colleges and that concert was AMAZING! After that, I’d say the other best concert was seeing JayZ and Beyonce together with my husband 2 years ago. In two weeks, I’ll get to see Ed Sheeran in concert so I’m excited for that as well!


TV Show(s): Oh goodness, there are so many! I love Game of Thrones, all the TGIT shows which are Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away with Murder, Spartacus, the Marvel Netflix TV shows, Shameless, a long list of anime, Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, Xena: Warrior Princess, I mean this can seriously go on forever

Color: Purple

Songs: I have favorite artists that sing some of my favorite songs — Whitney Houston, Josh Groban, Gavin Degraw, Evanescence, Prince, Michael Jackson, Beyonce, Pentatonix, Gorillaz, Ed Sheeran, etc. I’ll listen to any genre except country

Restaurant: My favorite restaurant is this place called House of Hunan. Its sushi and thai food and my husband and I eat there probably about once every other month. We had our second date there and the one waitress still remembers us from ten years ago.

Shops: I hate shopping even though its necessary for survival. I love book shopping though so I go to a lot of independent bookstores in my area as well as library sales.

Books: I really love the Charley Davidson series by Darynda Jones, The Kate Daniels and Hidden Legacy series by Ilona Andrews, Mercy Thompson series by Patrica Briggs, The Emperors Edge and Fallen Empire series by Lindsay Buroker, every book Judith McNaught has ever written and The Three Musketeers by Alexander Dumas.

Shoes: I’m most comfortable wearing flip flops. But most of the time I prefer big comfy socks or socks in general. You don’t want to know how many pairs of socks I’ve accumulated….

Book Genres: Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Science Fiction, Suspense


Feeling: A little tired. I woke up around the time my husband leaves and then when I tried to go back to sleep, a car alarm went off so I’m definitely running on low fumes. However, I feel happy at the same time cause I made a mixed berry smoothie in my new Vitamix (anniversary present) and I’m in love with that machine!

Single or Taken: Taken and then some. Just celebrated our 10 year dating anniversary last week and we’ve been married for 2 and a half of those years.

Eating: Drinking my mixed berry smoothie and eating some lemon creme Nekot cookies

Thinking About: How I have to wait two years for the final season of Game of Thrones. All the actors and actresses better be safe and live for the next two years!

Watching: I’m watching three shows actually. I’m in the middle of the final season of Orphan Black, season 2 of The Last Kingdom and season 2 of Wynonna Earp.

Wearing: Work attire


Want Kids: Yes. One only. Took me years to come to this decision. Child birth terrifies me and I told my husband if he wants more than one, he better pray for twins.

Want to Get Married: Already am

Want To Travel: Yes, definitely. First time out of the US (besides Canada) was when we went on our honeymoon to Florence, Italy. Our next big travel will most definitely be Japan. It’s the top of our bucket list.


In Yourself: I very much do. I used to be a shy, quiet individual but I don’t know where she went because I’m definitely very outspoken and passionate about a lot of things and not afraid to say what’s on my mind.

God: I can’t say that I do but I can’t say that I don’t either. Religion is a touchy subject; one that I choose not to touch because people can be easily offended.

Miracles: I guess so. I’ve never experienced one personally but I’ve seen some unbelievable things happen so I wouldn’t completely rule them out.

Love at first sight: Ha! I was just talking to Noriko about this. I believe in lust at first sight. I think it takes a lot to grow to love a person and I mean in the significant other sense. I can easily love my friends on sight. It’s an interesting feeling.

Ghosts: Sure why not? I read paranormal things all the time. It’s in the realm of possibility.

Aliens: Definite yes. Only because the universe is vast and it’s one of those things we’ll probably never know in our lifetime. The Milky Way is not the only galaxy and the Sun is not the only sun in the universe.

Soul Mates: I want to say yes because I feel like I’ve found mine but I also believe a person can have many soul mates in many forms in one’s life.

Heaven: Goes back to my answer for God. I’ve never been there or met someone who’s been there and came back to tell me about it so maybe, maybe not.

Hell: See answer for Heaven.

Kissing on a first date: If the chemistry is there, hell yes! Take the chance! You only live once!

I’m not going to tag anyone because this is quite long. Feel free to do this tag if you’re interested! Hope you enjoyed another segment about your friend Nel. Have a great Monday everybody!

Facebook Friday 8/25/17

Hey, hey! It’s Facebook Friday!

Facebook Fridays is a weekly segment of RT where I share some fun stuff I observed on Facebook this past week. I share a fun meme or screenshot, a video that resonated in some capacity and a photo of my own.

So I did not see a fun meme on Facebook this week or if I did it was NSFW (ha). For the screenshot portion of this post, I’m going to share my blog stats because I happened to log in on a cool comments number:

I’m feeling very 3’s? How about you? 😉

Their were two videos I shared that resonated with me. One was another Lion King video but the second one was super cool. Have you ever realized you didn’t know you wanted to know something until you knew it? Well, that was me. I didn’t realize I wanted to know how people wash their hair in space until I saw the video and now I wonder how other every day things happen in space. I remember back in elementary school when we got to try space ice cream but now I wonder what a regular entree tastes like. Anyway, here’s the video:

Lastly, I shared photos of the eclipse but I also shared photos of this soup I made that I was very proud of. I’ve never made soup from scratch before. I’m an open the can and heat it up kind of girl. Earlier in the week we bought a rotisserie chicken and I really did not want it to go to waste so I googled how to make chicken stock out of it which led to a giant pot of chicken vegetable soup.

I also had left over buttermilk from making buttermilk chicken Monday night. The thing about buttermilk is not only can’t you buy it in smaller than a half gallon, it only has a two week shelf life! So I started googling easy buttermilk recipes so that wouldn’t go to waste as well. I ended up making biscuits for the first time ever as well as pancake muffins and I STILL have like a cup and a half of buttermilk left! (They really need smaller sizes).

That’s it for today! Did you see anything cool on your social medias this week? Let me know in the comments below!


I’m so excited!! This week is going to be so fantastic! I have a story I really want to share but I can’t until at least Wednesday. Make sure you check back in two days. Today, what I’m really excited about is that there is going to be a total solar eclipse! I’m lucky enough to live in the United States which has a path of totality mapped out. I’m also quite excited to be in a state that’s close to said path of totality. It will only be a partial solar eclipse but it’s 80% coverage and that’s still something to be excited about considering I don’t remember ever seeing one in my life!

A coworker brought in solar eclipse glasses and we have a few welding helmets on tap for this event. It starts around 1pm EST and peaks at 2:30pm EST. I’M SO EXCITED!! I’m going to try to take pictures of the eclipse. Since you can’t point your camera directly at it without burning up your camera’s sensor, I’m going to try other tricks. A friend of mine recommended viewing it through my car’s hood because it absorbs all the heat and is an awesome mirror reflection of what’s going on in the sky.

It’s supposedly might rain later which means cloudy skies but according to the weather (which is always wrong) it’s only going to be 15% chance. I’m translating that to mean that it’s actually only going to be 5% and I’ll get to see this eclipse! I won’t fret too much though if it ends up being cloudy because the next total eclipse visible from the United States will be April 8, 2024 and will pass upwards through Texas and Ohio is RIGHT IN THAT PATH OF TOTALITY! So I definitely plan to be alive in another 7 years.

Anyway, that’s all I really have. I could go on and talk about how last night’s episode of Game of Thrones broke my heart but I won’t do that because spoilers. (Season finale is next week! I’m not ready!)

Are you going to watch the eclipse today? Please be safe if you do. I love your eyes and don’t want you to burn your retinas. If you’re not, are you looking forward to the pictures of the eclipse? Let me know in the comments below!

Facebook Friday 8/18/17

Hey, hey! It’s Facebook Friday!

Facebook Fridays is a weekly segment of RT where I share some fun stuff I observed on Facebook this past week. I share a fun meme or screenshot, a video that resonated in some capacity and a photo of my own.

There was a lot of anger and sadness surrounding social media this week. I made it a point to share things guaranteed to bring a smile to my friends faces in the hopes that they would take a few moments and not dwell on the hatred that’s occurring in the world. Two of the memes I shared were bookish themed this week. One is my dream job and the other, I’d just like to blow it up poster size on my wall or turn it into a giant blanket so I can point to the number when it applies to the situation:

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I absolutely ADORE all things turtle related. When I saw this video, I literally felt my heart soar because it’s so beautiful! I had the opportunity to see sea turtles when I interned on the island of Maui for 7 months. I witnessed a sea turtle the size of a coffee table but the sea turtle in this video completely blows the one I saw away! It just goes to show you that the creatures of our oceans are so amazing:

Lastly, I shared a picture that’s not exactly mine, because I didn’t take the picture, but it features my kitty. A friend of mine recently opened her own grooming salon. I used to work with her years ago, back in my PetSmart days and we always got along really well and kept in touch. The salon is about 5 minutes away and I’m all about supporting local businesses especially when a friend runs them. I took both my cats to get the full spa treatment and they were perfect angels! I’m also convinced that if Isabel were to audition to be a kitty model, she’d make a great one!

That’s it for this week. Did you see or share anything fun or cool on your social medias this week? Let me know in the comments below!

Facebook Friday 8/11/17

Hey, hey! It’s Facebook Friday!

Facebook Fridays is a weekly segment of RT where I share some fun stuff I observed on Facebook this past week. I share a fun meme or screenshot, a video that resonated in some capacity and a photo of my own.

This week I shared a cool bookcase quilt picture I saw on someone else’s page with the status asking if anyone was good at quilting because I need this. I’ve also been part of this Facebook event since Monday. It’s for an anthology that was just released on the 8th called Dominion Rising featuring 23 sci-fi/fantasy novels by 23 authors for $0.99. To celebrate, the authors have been doing giveaways on Facebook and getting the audience participating by having us posts GIFs to their questions. The one I responded to yesterday got a lot of likes so I decided to share it with you all. The question was to post your favorite geeky/nerdy sci-fi/fantasy meme. I’m a HUGE Firefly fan so my meme was related to that. If you’ve never seen Firefly, you should check it out. It only had one season of 19 amazing episodes with quite an awesome, adventurous space crew.

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Next, I shared, what I think is a super awesome video! The Lion King is one of my favorite Disney Classics and the Disney Facebook page released this video snippet of the voices behind the characters acting; specifically Scar singing. It filled me with all kinds of fuzzy feelings!

And then last, but not least, I shared my own photos featuring my coworkers windshield repair! Have you ever seen a car’s windshield get repaired? It’s the coolest thing! There are a lot of suction cups involved but the man was very meticulous and was so nice to me asking him a million questions about what he was doing.

That’s it! Did you see anything cool on your social medias this week? Let me know in the comments below!

Ode To This Tree

I love nature. I really do. I love animals and their habitats and humans are evil for destroying them and all that. You all know I love all things nature??

So believe me when I say it breaks my heart that one of these days, this tree is coming down.

Our house was built in 1950. You can tell the whole block used to be a forest because there are trees and tree stumps everywhere. In our yard alone, there are 4 of these beauties. I love trees, I really do. They bring all kinds of wholesome, clean oxygen to our air thanks to all that photosynthesizing they do. They also bring shade from the burning sun. Our house doesn’t have air conditioning (yet) but thanks to these trees, the house stays relatively cool because of the wonderful canopy cover.

There are two main reasons this beautiful piece of nature has to go. First, as you can see, it is as close to the house as a tree can possibly get to a house without growing through it. I don’t know who’s idea it was to build a house this close to a tree in the first place but there’s only one thing to do about it now. You see, this tree, has a network of roots. Very large and in charge roots that have the strength of Kratos in that they can grow through concrete. It’s not showing now but eventually, it can become quite possible that this tree will pierce the concrete walls of our foundation and affect our home in a very expensive way. We have insurance of course but it’s better to nip this in the bud as soon as monetarily possible.

The other reason tree gotta go is because it’s interrupting my sleep. I’m sure you’re asking yourself, how does a stagnant tree interrupt someone’s sleep? You may think that maybe the branches are brushing against the window but the branches are taller than the house and we sleep on the first floor so that is not the case. The reason the tree is interrupting my sleep is because it causes my husband to wake me up in the middle of the night to have conversations such as this:

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(is this really happening.. tell me this isn’t happening…)



“Did you hear that??”

“Are you serious?”

“Did you?”

“Hear what?”

“That loud thump upstairs.”

“Of course I didn’t hear it! I was asleep! Why did you wake me up? It’s the middle of the night!”

“I wanted to make sure I didn’t imagine it”

“And you had to wake me up for that??”

“I’m gonna go check it out”


“I investigated the situation and I don’t know what thumped. I’m gonna go to work now. Sorry I woke you up. I love you.”

“I love you too. Go away.”

I am a very light sleeper. Lights and the softest sounds can wake me up which is why the cats get banned from sleeping in the room cause they’ll yowl their heads off like roosters at the crack of dawn when they want out. Once my sleep is interrupted, it’s really hard to go back to sleep especially when you’re counting the minutes til your alarm goes off. Who ENJOYS being woken up before their alarm?? I sure don’t.

Turns out a branch fell off the tree, hit the roof of the house, and smashed on the concrete. Clearly, this tree has a history of things falling out of it. Remember Mr. Squirrel? So I’m sorry to have to cut down something that has probably been standing there for hundreds of years but tree, you gotta go.

What do you think of this situation? Let me know in the comments below!

Facebook Friday 8/4/17

Hey, hey! It’s Facebook Friday!

Facebook Fridays is a weekly segment of RT where I share some fun stuff I observed on Facebook this past week. I share a fun meme or screenshot, a video that resonated in some capacity and a photo of my own.

For once, I don’t have a bookish meme to share but I thought this was still quite hilarious. If you don’t get it right away, that’s okay, we can laugh about it later while I explain it:

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Next we have the video. You all should know by now how much I have this obsession/fantasy love affair with Idris Elba in my mind. Today, his movie The Dark Tower came out today. I must confess that I’ve never read this book before and honestly, if Idris Elba wasn’t in it, I may or may not have contemplated seeing it. Anyway, I shared this video to my page of Idris Elba on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. It’s pretty funny! They play this game where they send an English song through Google Translate and then translate it back to English and sing those lyrics. Check it out (plus bask in Elba’s voice..):

Last but not least, I shared two photos on Facebook this week. The first one was my book sale haul. On Wednesday, I dragged my friend to this library sale because we went last year and it was spectacular! We were in for such a surprise. Turns out it was bag day! Bag day means you buy a bag and fill it with as many books as possible and pay a flat fee. At this sale, the bags were $1! I was in heaven, truly. Then the lady blew my mind when she told me it was buy one bag get one free. I walked into this sale with $30 and walked out with 2 bags of books and $29:

The second picture I shared was an old one. For those that don’t have Facebook, it has this application called Facebook Memories that shares photos with you that you took years ago and allows you to share them with your friends again if you’d like. My Facebook memory was a big sunflower picture that I took 7 years ago. I shared it with my friends and family because 7 years ago I was in college and the picture was taken with my cellphone. I was at one of my work study jobs at my college’s Field Station. A group of us planted these sunflowers and a vegetable garden and I remember being so excited watching them grow. This sunflower was taller than me and i’m 5’7″! Back then I had a small, 4 inch LG phone that had a sliding qwerty keyboard. I remember fighting the smartphone wave for so long! I thought smartphones were dumb and too expensive. I thought my phone was the best phone with my free calls on nights and weekends after 9 pm. Man have the times change.

That’s it for today. Did you see anything cool in your social media this week? Let me know in the comments below!

Cringeworthy 200

Good morning! or evening depending on where you are in the world.

My Reader is full of all these wonderful July wrap up posts. Congratulations to everyone that made a goal and reached it! Also, can you believe it’s August already?? 2017, you are going too fast!

Today, is my 200th post here at RT and I bet you’re wondering why its cringeworthy. Well, I’m glad you asked voices of my friends! Yes, I have imagined what all of you sound like, my regulars, and when I read your comments, I hear your specific voice in my head. The post is cringeworthy cause I was having a conversation with a coworker the other day about sounds that make us cringe and I thought it would be fun to talk about them here and see if you all share the same sentiments or can add to my list.

So here we go:

  • nails on a chalkboard: iconic I know but the thought of that sound makes me cringe. I can barely even listen to chalk on a chalkboard!
  • chewing with your mouth open: I literally want to punch a wall when I hear people chew with their mouth open and subsequently:
  • teeth on your utensils: when a person puts food in their mouth and scrape their teeth when pulling the utensil out of their mouth I want to scream and adding to that:
  • when your fork scrapes your plate: that’s basically the same sound as your teeth on your fork as well as:
  • slurping your food: stop just stop. Funny thing is, I don’t have a problem with people who slurp the last drops of a drink through a straw but slurping soup causes me to rage. (Clearly I have issues with people eating, haha)
  • styrofoam scratching another piece of styrofoam: AAAAAAH! that’s all I can say
  • when my cats groom themselves near me: I’m terrible cause I yell at them go away. I can distinctly hear those rough tongues on their fur and I can’t take it
  • water dripping: when my turtle tank water starts getting low, you can hear the water flow from the filter. Supposedly running water or a bubbling brook sound is supposed to be calm and soothing but it just makes me angry!

Those are just a few that I can think of right at this moment. Keeping this post short and sweet today. Do you all have any sound triggers? Are some of them on my list? Let me know in the comments below!

Facebook Friday 7/28/17

Hey, hey! It’s Facebook Friday!

Facebook Fridays is a weekly segment of RT where I share some fun stuff I observed on Facebook this past week. I share a fun meme or screenshot, a video that resonated in some capacity and a photo of my own.

So let’s get to it!

There weren’t any crazy funny memes this week but I did come across and share a picture of a book fountain that I was happy to find out, is located in my home state of Ohio. I’ve added to my bucket list for the next time I find myself driving South because it’s definitely something I have to see.

Next up, I saw this video and I’ll admit I may have stopped an drooled a bit because I mean… hot guy.. But what really amazed me was his exercise routine where his workout partner was his dog! I mean talk about friendship fitness!

And finally, I shared a photo of my cat being the picture of what I wish my life could be on the couch. I was showing the husband all your wonderful comments on the tea post and she was just not impressed.

How about you?? Did you see anything cool in your social medias this week?? Let me know in the comments below and feel free to share me links!