As a 33 year old mother of two, I don’t think about dying nearly as much as I probably should. You would think that by now I would have some sort of plan in place in the event that I was to unexpectedly die and leave my family behind, stuck with all of my unpaid debt (and man, there’s some people that have been waiting for some $$). But I don’t dwell on that kind of shit. I’ve got bigger and better things to do, like talk shit on Facebook. Or get through TODAY. What good will tomorrow do me if I end up killed in a car accident today? Recently someone I know turned 72. To celebrate her birthday she decided to go skydiving. I think if she can get over her fear and leap out of a plane at her age, what the fuck is my hold-up? So yes, within a year I will be jumping out of a plane just to jump out of a plane.  I don't want to wait that long but I'll have to save up the cash.......and get my brave on.

        I am so excited to be doing something like this. I am planning to walk halfway across the Brookport Bridge (Big Blue!) sometime this week and to me that is a HUGE deal and I’m already nervous as hell about it. As most of you know I absolutely adore my Big Blue Bridge but I’ve heard crazy stories about walking across it. And I’m super scared of water that contains fish so that is another fear factor I’ll have to deal with. Jumping out of a plane and walking on Big Blue is unlikely going to change the way I feel about heights but I think it would be the coolest thing I’ve ever done. I don’t know hardly anyone other than the one lady who’s ever done this. It’ll definitely be a helluva story to tell! I think some of you should join me. It only runs about $150 to do it. Check off one from your bucket list with me! What do ya say????

            To be continued..................
 
 
         Every day on Facebook I read people bitching. Bitching about who said what, why they shouldn’t have and what they should have done instead. Bitching about who’s dating who and why they should or shouldn’t and the always loved and expected (in my case wished for) public shaming. He likes what put where? Haha! Church girl has been with HOW many people? What?!?! Bitching about what you posted, assuming it’s about them (when usually it could really refer to well over a dozen friends) and going on a bitchfest before deleting and blocking you. Facebook is good times my friends, damn good times!

        Personally I love it all. Yes, I might call my sister Angie and make fun of your horrific grammar (I am *kind of* sorry if it offends you but I really can’t help it and I’d never call you stupid for it) but come on guys: there, their, they’re; your and you’re; where, were, wear. These are not that hard to figure out!!! I mean, there’s a reason elementary students are taught this, because it’s easy! Yes, I may call some of you ignorant bitches a whore or a tweaker but it’s most certainly something that qualifies as a guilty pleasure. I love to read it. To be honest if it wasn’t there I’d probably delete my fucking account and that’s the absolute, outright truth. I love nothing more than logging on and scrolling through my newsfeed thinking about how bored I am before suddenly stumbling upon a full-on all-out Facebook war. Absolute bliss. The best ones start out something like this: “I know this is going to piss off some of you but I really don’t care. I’m so sick about seeing blah blah blah…….” And it’s fucking on! If you have the same friends it’s usually not too hard to figure which update/picture they’ve seen that has sent them over the edge and ready for a battle of words. Sometimes it’s because I agree and would have said the same but honestly I like your drama way hella more than my drama. Lol. So, party on Wayne (party on Garth).

        I thoroughly hate when an adult reprimands another adult about the language they have used. “If you continue to use that fowel language your deleted.”- Yes I have actually seen this posted and I promptly deleted the stupid bitch. Honey, until you can spell simple words I really don’t give a fuck what you have to say because honestly I cannot under-fucking-stand your gibberish. So bye, bitch! I’m tired of needing a translator to read your bullshit. Do not, DO FUCKING NOT, tell me or anyone else what language to use. This isn’t BibleBook, which from what I’ve been taught profanity is not a sin. Using the Lord’s name in vain is, and if you have an ugly heart to match the words that come out of your mouth then you’re Hell bound anyway.  I cuss and I cuss a lot but I’m a happy person. You’re not going to be around me and get in to trouble or be sad and depressed and hateful. I’m not about that life (look kids, cool Mom here!). Even when I’m talking shit I’m joking and laughing my ass off. It’s good times! How about if you want to worry about something how about you log off and go take care of your rowdy-ass kids. Kthanxx.

        Until next time blog world……………

           

 
 
       from imdb.com, buzzfeed and

        
I was wasting time on the internet (like I do pretty much 24/7) and came across a few things I didn't know about the series "Breaking Bad". I like useless trivia and figured you might too. So here, trivia to waste your time on and yes, I'm totally obsessed with a show that no longer exist:
       
1. 
But for the writers' strike in the first season, Aaron Paul's Jesse Pinkman would have been written out by the 9th episode. During the hiatus caused by the strike, creator Vince Gilligan reconsidered and, impressed by Paul's portrayal of Jesse, decided to reinstate the character.
2. When characters on the show are smoking meth, they are actually smoking sugar or rock candy but do not inhale.

3. In the beginning of each episode, the chemical formula C10H15N along with the number 149.24 and the word "Meth" can be seen just before the title Breaking Bad appears. C10H15N is the formula for methamphetamine, which has the molecular weight of 149.24.
4. While pitching the show to Bryan Cranston, Vince Gilligan told him he wanted to start off with a nerdy Mr. Chips type character and transform him into Scarface by the end of the show.

5. In 2005, after Showtime, TNT and HBO rejected the initial pitch for "Breaking Bad" FX stepped in and immediately began development on the pilot, but eventually passed on the project in favor of the Courteney Cox show "Dirt" in a bid to draw more female viewers. According to Vince Gilligan, HBO showed no interest even on the pitch and TNT loved the idea, but said that they couldn't air a show with a crystal meth dealer as the central character.

6. Raymond Cruz's Tuco Salamanca would have been retained for the entire run of season 2 if Cruz hadn't landed a major role on the TV series The Closer (2005).

- (Personally, I'm so so so glad they killed him quick. I fucking hated him. He was the scariest character I've ever seen on any show. Fuck Tuco and his couch!!!
7. After watching Season 5, Episode 14 — “Ozymandias” — George R.R. Martin called Walter White a bigger monster than anyone in Game of Thrones and vowed to “do something about that” in his next book.

8.  Due to the success of the show, some drug dealers have actually started adding blue dye to their crystal meth in an effort to “brand” their product.

9. According to Anna Gunn, who played Skyler White, Cranston cried for 15 minutes after filming the scene in which Walt let Jesse’s girlfriend Jane Margolis die.

10. In a scene that Vince Gilligan called a “one-in-a-million shot,” Bryan Cranston managed to throw the pizza onto the roof in the very first take for this now-iconic moment.

11.  The makeup and visual effects team from AMC’s other hit show The Walking Dead were drafted in to help with the scene in Season 4 episode “Face Off”, during which half of Gus’ face is blown off.

12. Savewalterwhite.com is a real website.

13. As well as being an anagram of “finale,” some have pointed out that Felina can be split up into Fe Li Na — the chemical symbols for Iron, Lithium, and Sodium. Or in other words: Blood, meth, and tears.

14.  When Walt's former business partners offer to pay for his cancer treatments, Walt declines. This was a pivotal moment for the writers in understanding this character they'd created, because Walt made a defining choice: He'd rather become a drug kingpin than accept what he considered charity.

15. It was a 2004 conversation with Thomas Schnauz that led Gilligan to the idea for "Breaking Bad." "Neither of us were working, and we were like two 70-year-old men who like to complain about the world," Schnauz told the New York Times Magazine. "And somehow we spun off into the idea of driving around in a mobile lab, cooking meth. It was a joke and not something I would have ever thought about again. But a couple days later, Vince called back and said, 'Remember we were talking about that mobile lab and meth? Do you mind if I run with that?'"



 

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