Friday, May 18, 2012

FRIDAY.

It's that time again :)

Dear Friday,
     You snuck up on me this week. THANK YOU!

Dear Nurses,
      Please draw my blood quickly. And on the first try. I will be fasting for 12 hours- so make it worth it!

Dear Indoor Bike,
       I beg you. Help me lose some poundage.

Dear Teenage Girls,
       Please don't dress like....(hmm...which of the hundreds of words to choose.)...Uglies

Dear Mom,
Are you almost done with Moneypenny's pillow? She's getting really disgruntled that 007 has one and she doesn't. She feels that you are choosing favorites.



Dear Connecticut,
Please stop overcharging for haircuts. If you refuse, I may have to take matters into my own hands and scissors and trust me, it'd be best if you just lowered your prices.

Dear Hormones,
Stop the craziness. No one likes it! NO. ONE.





Until next time, write a letter!

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6 comments:

Anna said...

Found you through the letters link up! So glad to be your newest follower!
-Anna
asweetsouthernmess.blogspot.com

Brandy said...

I love your blog's title. You totally had me at "Eat Cake." I knew I would be a fan. :)

AmandaDF said...

Nurses who take more than one try are the absolute worst! Hate getting my blood drawn! But that last letter made me laugh out loud-truer words have never been spoken lol

Ashley Slater said...

I love your header! I hope your blood draw goes well--- I have to get lots and lots and lots of blood drawn every few months to check the lupus in my body and I have had a few nurses who jabbed and jabbed and it was terrible! Congrats on your new job! Loved all your letters, thanks for linking up with me this week!

xo,
ashley

Sabrina said...

Ew, blood drawing is terrible! Everytime I almost collapse! And once the nurse even had the nerve to say afterwards "Well.. I could've used a smaller needle.." x_X *cries*

And about the hair dresser. Well.. I don't know about America, but here in Germany hair dressers only get paid very little and those "discount hair dressers" are just shit, because they make the employees work up to 12 hours without any pay or free time and it must be hell.

I also had to work at a hair dressing work shop for two days and the teacher said that it's so unfair that hair dressers have to handle someone's hair and really put an effort into it and then they get only very little money for that. After all, it's a handicraft. ^^

Don't know. Just wanted to share. ^^

Bye!

Bri.

Karlita said...

I love your Friday letters!! easy and fun to read.. so true!