The billboard outside my window got a facelift today. Also, pec implants.
Remember when Florida Cousin Christopher and I spent Thanksgiving Day on my living room couch in San Francisco laughing our asses off at fart videos on YouTube while nursing hangovers? Oh yeah, that was three days ago. And I was thankful.
In this video web log post I share a handful of hilarious pen pal letters from a fourth grade class in Michigan.
I paid a visit to my post office box recently and found a bundle of happy-making notes, which I've decided to share in the form of a video web log.
As the much ballyhooed Snowmageddon 2011 picked up steam earlier this evening, two Chicago icons achieved worldwide notice as trending topics on Twitter.
After testing and retesting seemingly every inch of my apartment for a wireless hotspot over the course of the evening, I finally found one.
As I type this very sentence I am seated on the floor of my bathroom, laptop propped on the lid of the toilet, DailyBoothing the night away as Snowzilla's mocking laughter echoes from the window.
During her visit to the Windy City last weekend, my Mom gifted me several grin-making photographs that I'd like to share. But before I do, I consider it necessary to provide a bit of back-story.
Following the annual Lambert Family Gift Exchange two Christmas mornings ago, my parents requested that my siblings and I remain seated in the living room while they, along with my nephews, scurried into another room to fetch us one last "surprise."
As it turned out, the "surprise" was a Silly String assault.
Although I played along, when my nephews led my parents back into the living room, cans of Silly String at the ready, I forcefully acquired Six-Year-Old Nephew Peyton's weapon and launched a counterattack, which, as you can surmise from the following photograph, was quite effective.