Thoughts/feelings about the nominations:
A couple of my favorite pics from my family’s annual Christmas tree cutting day this past weekend.
I’m just waiting for the inevitable moment when George Zimmerman pops up in the news again so I can add the phrase “Surprise, Bitch. I bet you thought you’d see the last of me.” to a picture of a screencap from the news.
I’ve been at my job for almost four months now and two weeks ago I applied to be a supervisor obviously hoping I would get it. I had my interview today, got the promotion, and a raise.
Tonight I am celebrating with night cheese.
10 Dec 2013 / 115 notes
New Blog Idea: Mom’s Wearing the Katniss Cowl
Liked this whole article & completely agree, but especially love this part:
Of course, there’s also Chelsea Peretti, who used to write for Parks and Rec and has quite a stand-up comedy career of her own, as City Administrator Gina Linetti. She’s clearly part Tom Haverford (Aziz Ansari on Parks and Rec) and part Peretti-brand weirdo, but she’s the glue that holds these strange pieces together. Yes, Samberg is more often the glue from a narrative and promotional standpoint (I’m sure Fox loves being able to put him on a poster), from an ensemble angle, it’s all Peretti.
She’s the strangest, seemingly nonsensical person in the precinct, and like her role as the office administrator, her presence keeps the series on track. When the other characters need to get serious to move some element of the plot along, she’s always there to remind us that we’re watching a comedy without undermining whatever moment the other characters are having. And at the same time, she’s not relegated to become some sort of comedy Tinkerbell, flitting by with a dusting of comedy when need-be. She occasionally gets in on the action herself.