Friday, March 29, 2013

My Magical Mystery Tour

So it's been almost a week since this happened. I'm kind of a procrastinator sometimes, but I did need to make it known that I spent my Sunday afternoon last weekend with one of my most favorite people and her father. We went to this little bar called The City Club up in Ogden. I didn't know this place existed until Jordan mentioned it to me, and being the giant Beatles fan I am, I felt mighty ashamed to not know about this place. It did make me feel better to find out that one of my other favorite people, Angie, who is also a giant Beatles fan, didn't know about it either. Anywho, I thought I would document my experience with a few pictures of the decor. Their drink list is pretty much the best too with drinks name after their songs. And as if it were meant to be, the entire time we were there they played Paul's solo work. The gods knew I'd be there me thinks.

Angie we will be going soon! You must experience this place as well, it's a necessary thing. 

Friday, March 22, 2013

Happy Friday!

So this is my new jam. I have missed this band so much! I'm so glad they have another album coming out. You have no idea how much this band got me through a lot of crap along the way. I will always and forever love them with all my heart.

Happy Travis Friday y'all!!

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

My Love for

If you know me, you know that I love It's my place to shop online, and I do in fact own a Kindle of theirs. And seeing a commercial for the Kindle the other day made me realize just how amazing and progressive really is. The commercial I speak of depicts a woman reading on her Paper White Kindle and a man sitting next to her reading on his iPad. He then strikes up a conversation with her asking about her Kindle. The man then says he has purchased his own Kindle and then what the woman assumes is the guy hitting on her, mentions her husband is at the bar getting her a drink. The man then says "so is mine", and it pans to two men at the bar conversing between themselves while purchasing drinks for their significant other. It's pretty obvious why I find this commercial amazing, and if not I will tell you why; they openly show a gay couple as if it's normal. And guess what? It is! I'm hoping in the future, we can see more commercials like this. And sadly to say I'm sure the One Million Moms group are all over this with their bigot hands trying to start a new hate campaign against for destroying the sanctity of marriage and some other kind of bullshit. So I would formally like to thank, your advertising techniques have made me want to shop with you for a very long time. And in case you haven't seen the commercial and didn't like my description, below is the actual commercial. Enjoy!