Thankfully I don't get much spam.
Blogger and Gmail do a great job of filtering it for me.
From time to time I like to take a little peek in to the spam folders and see how many people are eager to give me love, money and drugs. So many people. I could be so rich. So medicated. So in love. But alas. Gmail keeps us apart.
However, Blogger has let a few slip by this past week. A few too weird and crazy to just delete. Screenshots were in order before they were sent to the trash.
Screenshots so as to prevent anyone from accidentally clicking a link. Because:
A. Who knows what actually hides behind said links
B. It only takes one little hacking to know better than to get too trusty.
How did they know???
If only I lived in West Palm Beach, my kids could be in a fairy land with celebrating and enjoyment and entertainment things!!!
Too bad I am on the wrong coast.
Thanks for the oddities spam bots.
Got any links to solve my laundry problem?
Bring on the candy.
So I can steal all of the chocolate while they nap.
It found itself covered in Rustoleum's Lagoon.
The only kind that I like?
Gone. Totally gone.
It's a cruel, cruel world.
Considering I can't even drink a regular soda,
this nastiness is torture for me.
Why can't it be Diet Pepsi flavor?
(But I passed. Yay!)
We needs it.
Must have the precious.
Every single day.
I love you Pretty, Pretty Princess and the fact
that you don't require parental participation.
I do not get paid enough to swim in a cold pool, nor do I
get paid enough to heat it up to my wimpy preference.
Enter solar heating.
Bring on the free warmth.
Can't handle it.
I will shed tears when she outgrows them.
I could have just stopped there, but instead I chose to do my civic duty by helping the city rid themselves some of their rampant wild daisies.
Did you know that in all the world, a simple daisy is my most favorite flower?
I'm a cheap date.
They are sunshine on a table, for zero dollars.
If this little trio doesn't make your smile, I am so, so worried about you.
There might need to be some therapy in your future.
Just gather your jars, plop them upside down on a tarp, or piece of cardboard.
Then lightly and evenly cover the outsides of each jar.
Lighter coats are better - less chance for icky drips.
Because the paint is on the outside, the flowers can rest in water on the inside.
If your jars will get a lot of use, or will be transported, keep in mind that the spray paint might scrape off a bit. Either use spray primer first, or touch up with more paint as needed.
Rust-oleum Ultra Cover. There is no other brand that comes close. It has never, ever, ever let me down. Chances are, if you have had spray painting failures, it was the brand of paint's fault. Not yours. So go to Home Depot. Fall in love with happiness and success in a can. You will never be the same.
Now go paint. And steal flowers.