If you follow me on twitter you would have heard me whining today about my allergies. They are AWFUL right now, in part because the weather keeps changing from dry to wet on practically a daily basis. My allergies can’t handle it. Pick one, Seattle!
Thanks to allergies I slept terribly last night and instead of putting on makeup now, I have spammed the heck out or twitter. Logical step.
— Brittany (@Brittany_WMSB) September 25, 2013
Because of that, I’ve spent most of the night laying in bed. I don’t feel sick, but I feel gross. Does that make sense? I feel like how I would feel if I had a head cold, except I don’t have muscle aches, a fever, or any other cold-stuff. It feels nice to lay down and rest, so I am.
I’m also playing candy crush. A lot of candy crush.
I had every intention of using my “I feel blah” time to write a couple posts here.
But then… then I got caught up trying to beat candy crush level 325. THREE HUNDRED TWENTY FIVE!
I know, I have a problem.
Twice now I’ve been one move away from winning, and then run out of moves entirely. Once, I even stood up to get my debit card and buy five more moves before I reminded myself I don’t need to spend $1 on something that DOESN’T EVEN EXIST.
I know, I’m embarrassed for myself too. Once I came back to reality, I started googling “How to beat candy crush level 325?” Spoiler alert: There aren’t a lot of tutorials, and the tip is to blow as much stuff up vertically as you can.
So, here’s a post that’s a confession of embarrassing things about me (I’m a baby. And I’m a Candy Crush Addict.) instead of a post about other interesting things.
Make me feel better, are you addicted to candy crush too? What level are you on? Are your allergies making your head feel 10 times its normal size?
Oh, and don’t forget to enter to win $10 to Kendra’s super cute Etsy store!
PS. If you’re here to learn how to deal with a girlfriend who is addicted to candy crush (I get that search term a lot!) I have no tips for you. None. Maybe you can hide her iPhone for awhile or something? Or go out of a town to a place with zero cell phone service and wait until she needs tickets? Honestly though, there’s no help for us. You’re better off simply appreciating us for our dedication and refusal to be beat by a puzzle full of candies.