schweppes happiness

I saw this cool ad today (which is by the people who made the superbowl sock monkey commercial for kia that i loved) that is being stubborn but heres the link:

but it reminded me of an even better one...an oldie but a goodie.

by George Papperson Y&R, Melbourne

It makes me happy.


Scary Mary

I've been catching up on my YouTube videos, so this may be the first of many. Here's a recut trailer of Mary Poppins turned Horror movie. 


hot holiday toys!!

My dad was on the news today in arkansas to talk about Hot Holiday Toys available at the one and only Walmart. Toys have really advanced in the last 15 or so since I was a young gal. 
On a side note, I was also thinking how weird it is that I can say, 
"remember when i tipped over the shopping cart my newborn brother was in bc i was a jealous brat 22 years ago?" or  "I moved to arkansas 15 years ago." It's weird that life has been that long already. Anyways, the video is below. Click to see!



I've always loved this song, but I've been freakishly obsessed with it the last couple days. I think it's a sign.



Thought for the day. Good to apply to ourselves. Good to apply when dating.

"When I come to my evening prayers and try to reckon up the sins of the day, nine times out of ten the most obvious one is some sin against charity; I have sulked or snapped or sneered or snubbed or stormed. And the excuse that immediately springs to my mind is that the provocation was so sudden and unexpected: I was caught off my guard, I had not time to collect myself. Now that may be an extenuating circumstance as regards those particular acts: they would obviously be worse if they had been deliberate and premeditated. On the other hand, surely what a man does when he is taken off his guard is the best evidence for what sort of man he is?
Surely what pops out before the man has time to put on a disguise is the truth?
If there are rats in a cellar you are most likely to see them if you go in very suddenly. But the suddenness does not create the rats: it only prevents them from hiding. In the same way the suddenness of the provocation does not make me an ill-tempered man: it only shows me what an ill-tempered man I am. The rats are always in the cellar, but if you go in shouting and noisily they will have taken cover before you switch on the light."

-C.S. Lewis, Mere Christianity