Today is a day where I have lots of things I want to blog about. It's a nice feeling. Of course, by tomorrow I'll have forgotten most of those things, but it's good to have a moment of plenty.
Anyway, I decided today while in the shower that I'm going to fill the void left by Oprah. (I don't mean in the going-off-my-diet sense. I'm working on the opposite of that at the moment.) No, I mean, I'm going to be a pimp for my favorite things. The reason I thought of this in the shower is because I was using this:
Awkward? Sure. But I knew what she meant. This stuff is that good. But please don't think of me during your bath if you buy it, okay?
Starting today (Thursday), one of my favorite guilty web pleasures is back in full effect: The Mormon Bachelor. Awwwwwww, yeeeeeaaaaaah!
Say whatever you want about the TV franchise, but I love this online Mormon version. The first season was The Mormon Bachelorette and it ended in October. Guess what? Now she's engaged to be married in March to the guy she picked! How cool is that? It's a far better success rate than the TV franchise, that's for sure. The first date airs tomorrow and you get a new one each day. The videos are 3-5 minutes long and the Bachelor this season is a 29-year-old dentist from Southern California who was on the last season but didn't win Audrey's heart. Check him out here:
(Dude, I totally can't believe I figured out how to do that.)
I guess I'm not Oprah in the sense that I'm not actually giving anything away. Or black. Or rich. Or famous. But I'm the same in that I like some stuff and they are my favorite things.
I had a few other things I was going to mention, but I can't remember what they are at the moment. This is because I'm tired and not because those things are not awesome, because they are.
Oh, I know, I like the Turbo Fire workout DVDs. They make me happy. And if you remember me blogging about my crazy kickboxing class at my old gym, all my instructors are in this video. (Too lazy to link, by the way). It's fun.
Two favorite things is good for the moment. I'll add more as I think of more and keep my Oprah-ness going that much longer.
Seriously, though. For your next big occasion, treat yourselves to the Kiehl's. YUM.