All right, I have been doing my best to reply to all of your comments and I am working slowly but surely. I read and enjoy all of your comments and emails so much, it always puts a smile on my face when I hear from any of you. So, I don't want anyone to feel like I have forgotten about replying or anything like that. I take pride in that you all take the time to read and comment. It means the world to me!
So, let's see. What else. I got everything finished with my marriage and family therapist license and all my paperwork has been mailed off. I can only hope that everything goes smoothly and that the process can be completed in record time. I am ready to get my part of my life back on track!
The move to my parent's place has been going relatively well. I am not finished, but I am close to being done. I have been going through a great deal of items and deciding what I want, what I want to possibly sell, and what I want to give away. So, once I have everything grouped, I might make some posts on here about items that I would like to give away and see if any of you are interested. I might do it that way. I'm not completely sure yet. I'm just working hard at getting rid of some stuff!
I'm also working on a really fun project. It is nearly over with, at least my part, and I will soon be sharing some more details in the next few months. This is something really fun and really exciting! I can't wait to share it with you all.
So I wanted to also give a big thank you to someone that recently cheered me up. Brian from Pop! Pop! It's Trash Culture is one of the coolest guys I have gotten to know from the wonderful dorky blogging community. He is super funny and has a very kind heart. He is one of my imaginary friends in my mind. Like, I know we know each other online, but we don't live near each other in real life so I imagine that he is a friend in my head. I think that way about all of you. I know how that sounds, but as I was telling my other friend Cal recently, I have this fun fantasy where I have toy versions of all of you and I create the most epic story line ever! It involves all kinds of mayhem and world traveling adventures! One day this will happen, one day!
Anyways, so in December Brian sent over a very nice holiday care package and I have been meaning to post about the things he sent to me! I was so surprised and grateful that he wanted to do this for me. So let's see!
Starting things out from the beginning, he wrote me a note on a Batgirl postcard! I adore this! Of course, while opening the box I kinda cut the card with my mini hot pink box cutter. It still looks good though! I just don't know how to open boxes. Another thing I suck at in life. Just kidding. I don't think you can suck at life if you have a Crystal Castle. It's just like a law of physics or something. Right?
The man knows I have a soft spot for R.L. Stine. I have never read this book, but it seems like a great read full of chills during a season of thrills. Once I have the time, I am totally reading this. The cover looks creepy and it's R.L. Stine. You can't go wrong with that winning combination.
Look! It's my boyfriend on a keychain! I love love love this Michelangelo keychain. It looks so cool and will be a part of my keys. There is also another Garbage Pail Kids pin. These are very cute and this one is a great addition to the other GPK buttons that Brian sent when I won a Halloween pack set this past October.
Some other things that were in the box of wonders were these guys! Mario mini figures and Dino on a skateboard! I love the detail on the Mario mini figures. They look perfect. I've never owned a Bowser before so it is nice to have one to cause some mischief for my other Mario characters. The winged Goomba is just the cutest thing ever. And it's Lakitu! Freakin Lakitu! Can I just say, Lakitu is one of those characters that just strikes fear down my spine. Seriously, anytime I play a Mario game and the level involves that blasted Lakitu, my heart races and my palms get real sweaty. Grody, I know. The little Dino is a cute cereal premium and it reminds me of how much I used to love the Flintstones. I wish there would be a popular comeback of everyone's favorite prehistoric family.
Up next we have some cool zombie items! One can never have enough zombie items. The two zombies on the right are from the blind bag Walking Dead minifigures by Funko. Seriously, Funko needs to be responsible for making everything in some form or another. I adore Funko and you should too! To the far left is a super splendid item that I can't even begin to express my excitement over! The Zombie Monster from the Real Ghostbusters toy line! I adored the Real Ghostbusters line by Kenner. There was always something fun about this line. The action feature for this zombie are that his eyes move and his arms fly up while the top of his head pops up with the movement of his leg. I just love this!
Finally we have something super cool. A Battle Cat plush!!! This is the coolest thing and it will be totally going on my bed, wherever that may be. I've sort of returned to my old room at my parent's house, but I might be moving up to the loft. I don't know yet. Either way this amazing plush will be on my bed. I do realize that as a grown woman of 31, and pushing close to 32, a Battle Cat plush will probably scare away any man from wanting to even look at me, but that's ok. The Battle Cat plush is going to stay! Now they just need to make some She-Ra plushes. I'd totally flip for a Kowl plush. Although, I am still hoping for a Stinkor plush. Sans the stink.
Anyways, I can't thank Brian enough. (Thank you my fellow dorky friend!) He is a really nice guy and I enjoy reading his blog. Be sure to check it out: It's Trash Culture is a fabulous place to look around.
So I am done for now. I have some fun things coming up for the month of January still, so don't go too far! I hope you are all doing well!