Mother’s Day is coming, so all this week I’ll be posting fabulous bits of advice from mothers of all walks of life–except maybe human. Human moms are boring.
What is happiness? More importantly, how do we become happy? Honey Bear believes she has some answers, especially after forcing me to read nine library books on the subject. (Nine!) (Okay, I haven’t read ALL of them yet, but I’m working on it.)
This is the first in what will be a series of five to ten videos–Honey hasn’t decided yet. I suppose it depends on how she feels. Though, after all that reading about happiness, I would think she’d be feeling pretty happy, which at least two of the books have told me is one of the major keys to success and productivity. It’s a circle, really—
Okay. I’ll save it for the videos.
Come on, Bunny. You work one day a year.
Winter’s done her shift. Get with the program, Spring.
Do you like trivia? I do. I’ve been going to trivia nights lately (okay, I went to two–but I want to make it a regular thing!) and have been having fun with facts lately, so I thought I’d try something new and make a series of trivia videos for your entertainment and enlightenment. Here’s my first stab at it:
Most of these pictures are of my mom’s old pet llama (at one point she had three; he was the last one to leave this earth), Magnet. He’s been gone a lot of years, but never forgotten. RIP, Mags, you old bastard. (He knows I mean that with love.)
Also, fun fact that didn’t make it into the video–well, more a theory than a fact–apparently some people think llamas are called “llamas” because they didn’t have a name and someone asked in Spanish, “Como se llama?” and they were like, “Yeah, sure, we’ll call it a llama.”