Six Years of Marriage


It’s been another year.

365 days have passed since the last time we were here, saying Happy Anniversary.

525600 minutes since the last time we celebrated this day.

This day that marks the day we said “I do.”

This day since we said our vows and promised forever.

One whole year.



If you’ve read my past posts, you’ll come across one that I wrote detailing how my husband and I met. In short, it was at a grocery store and a conversation about Mass Effect ensued.

We’ve been married now for six years. That’s what happens when time passes and you’re living your life day-to-day.

It is crazy to me that it has been six years, that this year is 2018, and that I am now 26 years old.

Where the hell did all that time go?

It rushes past us without us barely even noticing.

Pictures allow us to travel back in time and relive moments. Pictures and memories are all that we have to cling to our past and the time that has passed.

But the day-to-day is just as important as those pictures and major memories that we hold on to.

On a typical day, we wake up at six in the morning, we shower, we get ready for work, we feed and take out the pets, and we leave for work. Once our shifts are over, we come home, make dinner, play video games or read, and go to sleep.

Rinse and repeat.

We do not go on exciting adventures. We do not have children. We do not live lives of luxury.

We simply are.

Yet, so many don’t make it this far.

Marriages crumble before they ever mold together.

That is why we receive this question so frequently:

What do you guys do to make it work?

People seem to think that I’ve cast some sort of magical enchantment to get my husband to help me around the house or laugh at my stupid jokes. They would rather believe in hocus pocus than the power of marrying your best friend.

What DO we do?

Date Night

I am the youngest of six children. I have grown up in a broken home and did not have a solid couple as role models for what marriage should look like.

Yet, I knew what kind of husband I wanted: I wanted him to be my best friend.

So when I met my husband and we got to know one another over a couple of months, I thought I was really close.

After a few months of dating, I realized that I had met my best friend.

In that moment, I knew what I had. I had found the one whom I wanted to keep by my side for the rest of my life.

Gross, right?

Not at all. When it comes to building a relationship, it is important to think about what is going to keep that relationship going.

Obviously love can fade. Children can cause marital problems. Shit happens.

So what keeps a marriage together?


Being with someone that you can laugh with, share everything with, and have a connection to regardless of what happens in your day-to-day lives.

Simply being there for the other person through every step, every stone, every boulder that life throws at you.

Supporting them, caring for them, empowering them, and being there for them.

Being selfless when it comes to the well being of the person you share your life with.

Why doesn’t that work all the time?


Because our innate nature is to be selfish. To care more for us, our well being, our self worth, our little minds – so much that we can’t look to caring for anyone besides our own self.

That, my friends, is true love.

To give of yourself for someone else without expecting anything in return.


That’s how we do it.

And that’s how we will do it for the rest of our lives.



So Happy Anniversary, my love.

Here’s to six more years and six more years after that and after that and after that…

May my enchantment be one that holds your forever.

How The Gaming Industry Has Changed Over The Years

I’ve been gaming since I was little and I hadn’t realized how “easy” I had it with gaming and being a nerd, compared to earlier years, until recently.

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Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Special Edition Review

We waited five years for Skyrim to release after Oblivion, then we waited five more years to see an updated version that would touch on what Skyrim could be. Unfortunately, we only got a remastered version instead of a whole new game (Elder Scrolls VI: whatever *cough cough*). I guess we will settle for what we can get our grimy, greasy, gross nerd fingers on.

Skyrim released the year I met my husband. We stood in line together to purchase it and then we each went home, put our headsets on, and started the game in unison. It was magical. It was brilliant. And it has been my go-to game since that day.

Skyrim wasn’t as beautiful or engaging as Oblivion was. The music didn’t captivate me like it did in Oblivion and the main quest was sub-par, but it was still magical.

My first playthrough consisted of me going to Whiterun and then I trudged to Solitude because that direction looked prettier.

I spent far too much time wandering and wondering what the heck I was supposed to be doing and where I could find someone to purchase all my horded stash loot.

I didn’t role-play my character (meaning I did everything in that first playthrough so I got distracted a lot. I was saddened by the lack of awesomeness with the Thieves Guild missions and the lack of absolute I-am-a-horrible-person feeling in the Dark Brotherhood, and yet I still loved it.

That’s why, when they announced the Special Edition, I was all too eager to get my hands on it. Luckily, for me, my husband had purchased Skyrim on our laptop (homework during the day, gaming at night) which meant that we would get the version for free.

Just before its arrival my husband showed me a newly released trailer for Skyrim: Special Edition. It showed how the original version looked on the PS3 and Xbox 360 compared to what it would like on the PS4, Xbox One and PC. I noticed that it was focusing on the scenery differences rather than graphic changes in the NPCs or animals. At that point I was a little worried that the Special Edition wasn’t going to be that big of a difference. Regardless, I was eager to play.

October 28 took far too long but finally it arrived.

I came home that Friday from a ridiculously difficult work week to play my new game. I didn’t know what to expect but for some reason I thought that it was going to be noticeably different. Because I had my mind up that it was going to be a significant change, I was let down more.

Alas, let the official review begin.

What’s Different

Little Details – More plants, ants on logs, more details in the fauna and flora.


I’m not even kidding… And yes, I am a Stormcloak

Rain Occlusion- First of all there is actual rain in the SE instead of the sort of misty stuff we had in the OG. With this addition the rain falls around the player unless they are standing underneath something that obstructs the rain, thus making it more realistic.

Improved Stability- improved drastically with Unofficial Patch mod, higher framerate, 64-bit engine, higher access to RAM. The clip below shows how stable the game has become in the SE version. This stability allows the player to experience a more fluid type of gameplay and it allows for more to happen on screen without the framerate falling.

Water is more realistic- the water has been improved by making it look more realistic and believable. The rivers and lakes flow in a certain direction and if there is something obstructing the flow, the water will go around it.

Lighting- makes the game look better with “natural” lighting. The lighting has been improved to look more natural, creating softer light tones. It is most noticeable during dawn and dusk. There is also the addition of God-rays, light that streams between trees causing rays of light.

Clouds over the mountains- instead of being able to see an entire mountain from any direction, the SE edition as added clouds that flow around the mountains, obscuring the view. This is more natural and realistic.

Shelby (the husband) here!

First, I’d like to begin by talking about mods. Modding, which was previously impossible on consoles, without breaking warranties and ToS, has made it into Skyrim. To further make the sale, modding on PC has become even easier since Bethesda rolled mods into the game as a menu option. The only other game I’ve played that has mods as easy to install and manage is BeamNG.Drive (which is an awesome game by the way).

Modding is simple and easy to carry out. Sure, achievements are disabled, but who cares in a five year old game?

The only downside here is that mods are nowhere near as developed as modding through Nexus, as mods have essentially been completely reset. In time that may change, but there’s a great deal of uncertainty there. Also, PS4 mods are limited to mods that only use in game assets, so expect far less variety.

Put simply, if modding is a major concern for you when deciding what platform to pick, the formula is: PC > Xbox One > PS4

Other than mods, there are a couple other little touches that made it in. Skyrim benefits from minor improvements including better spell effects, like prettier effects from having spells prepared in your hands and spells lighting up their trajectories over terrain.

More vibrant colors- if compared next to each other you can see the difference in colors between the two game versions. They brought out a lot more reds and oranges in the SE making the game look less gloomy than the first version. This also makes the game look more like a painting than a video game that released in 2011.


The reason I was disappointed upon launch is that I couldn’t see a significant difference between the original game (henceforth referred to as OG) and the SE (it means Special Edition). I recently started a new character in the OG, so it hadn’t been too long ago since I saw the beginning sequence. I thought that the people would have smoother textures and their mouths would move more fluidly with what they were saying. Honestly, I was expecting something like Halo: The Master Chief Collection (though without multiplayer and the ridiculous bugs).

I was expecting a difference similar to this:

Textures- added to game, not totally noticeable until two screenshots are next to each other. I jumped into the game expecting a huge difference but didn’t notice much. Until I saw a video comparing the OG and SE side by side, the game looked no different to me. I saw the ants on the log, the lighting differences, and a few added textures but nothing that made me say, “WHOA!”

People- not a lot of change with people, creatures, or way people/creatures behave. This is probably the biggest one for me. I was hoping to see a vast difference in the way people and creatures behave and look. They look choppy and not smooth in the OG and the SE. There are few details that they changed like making the people look a little smoother or adding color but I think that is mostly the lighting difference. I know it can be difficult to make huge changes to characters in a game this big but they could’ve done more.

Shelby again…

Something that should be stated is that if you’re going to be playing Skyrim Special Edition, you should download the Unofficial Patch mod ASAP. Skyrim still has many known bugs that have still not been officially fixed for some reason. Miscellaneous quests that can bug out, followers disappearing, etc. Granted, these can be fixed, but in a game that has been out for five years and now been remastered, you’d figure that quality assurance might’ve been somewhere on the list of priorities.

But it’s Bethesda, so yeah… Free pass.

Why should you play it? 

First, because it is Skyrim and now you can play it on the PS4 and Xbox One. Second, because the light changes and water differences actually make the game more beautiful, somehow. Third, because, although there aren’t gigantic differences, it is still a spectacularly beautifully sculpted game. It will stand as one of the best RPGs until they release Elder Scrolls VI: Best Game Ever…


There are some disappoints that fall in line with purchasing the SE but I got it for free. BONUS. I am unsure if I would spend sixty dollars to buy it for the console considering the minimal changes to the game. What I was looking for in a remaster did not happen, however what they did do is amazing, it just isn’t enough for me to purchase the game for my Xbox One. Some people may feel differently considering you currently cannot play the game on a console unless you resort to the 360 or PS3 (which is a joke). If you’re going to spend the money to get the SE then I would encourage you to buy it on PC so that you can have the maximum mods available to you.

Thank you for taking the time to read my review, I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I have enjoyed writing it..

*The additions in block quotes were written by my husband. Check out his blog at Falcon Reviews.*



3 Frustrating Things About No Man’s Sky-Shared

Through countless hours of research, large amounts of 2am caffeine pill dosages, and unfathomable sacrifice, MONG scientist Tyler Fischer has come up with the definitive, scientific, inarguable list of the three most frustrating things about No Man’s Sky.

via The 3 most frustrating things about No Man’s Sky — Middle Of Nowhere Gaming

When We Have Insecurities

What happens when you feel insecure, self-conscious, or a bit more introverted than normal?

You panic.

Your hands get sweaty.

And you don’t go through with whatever you were doing because… reasons.

Our extrovert friends have no idea what this feels like or why we don’t wanna go hang out because we would rather build a fort out of blankets and hide from society all weekend. Just please leave me alone.


No means no, am I right?

With these feelings of insecurities comes the potential risk we take in missing out on a great event or having a lot of fun. But we try not to worry about that too much. When we feel like our social fueltank is high enough, we promise to engage in a fun activity… We just need to be home by 9:00, okay?

I remember entering my first few months of adulthood and having to go shop at Wal-Mart… Alone.

Even to this day when I walk into that giant store I feel insecure and unsure of myself. I walk as quickly as I possibly can, I avoid eye contact unless it is a seemingly nice old lady, and I get out as soon as I can… Or I go to the book section and calm down. But even then someone sees me over there and thinks they should also browse the books and stand too close. Get away from me!


I have never been the one to reach out my hand to a stranger and introduce myself. Nope, I will wait for you to introduce yourself and extend your hand first.

This doesn’t mean that having insecurities, being introverted or self-conscious means that I am an antisocial person. Not at all. I can be very social and engaging. With a comfortable group of friends, family or my husband, I can be somewhat outgoing and fun. Yeah it lasts for about two hours before I start to feel like I should go home and build that blanket fort, but at least I went outside.

But as I was saying before, none of this means I am anti-social. I will happily help you get an item from the top shelf and then make a joke out of it, but not for very long. I am too good at the whole shuffle-away-from-conversation-so-I-can-make-a-break escape scenario. Too often I find myself doing this and the other person just doesn’t understand. Let me flee!!!


I don’t like germs. I don’t like big crowds. I don’t like small talk. I don’t like shaking hands. I don’t like talking about myself.

If the conversation spans for more than five minutes at Wal-Mart and you keep edging closer to me, don’t feel offended when I make a lame excuse to leave your ass behind in the cereal aisle. You just don’t get it.

My mom, bless her, has always had a habit of talking to complete strangers  in Wal-Mart when I was little and then acted like I was crazy when I would be like, “MOM YOU CAN’T DO THAT!” Which she was probably right. Probably. I can remember being absolutely horrified that she would strike up a random conversation with someone she didn’t know. We would always ask her afterward, “Mom, did you know that person?” She would reply with an innocent, “No,” and question it no further. I love that woman. She is so brave.

Insecurities, introvertedness, and self-consciousness are not signs of being antisocial. They are signs of a person who would rather run away from a conversation than engage. Again, leave me alone. IF you see me in Wal-Mart, smile, wave, say hello, and move on. I am not there to say Good Day to my fellow shoppers but to shop. Gasp.


And before you go around saying that introverts are psychopaths or weird, remind yourself that everyone is unique and capable of being a little different than you. We have bigger numbers than you realize. So the next time you extroverts think it is okay to flag an introvert down in Wal-Mart, don’t. Wave, say hello, and go about your merry way. We will like you far more for doing that than stopping to talk about your children who have the flu.







Harry Potter and the Cursed Child released on July 31, 2016, but you already knew that.

I received my copy yesterday afternoon when I went home from lunch. I got my copy pre-ordered from Barnes and Noble because it is Barnes and Noble. Some books you can’t order from Amazon or Wal-Mart, it just feels dirty.

I am sad to say that I have not started it beside reading the first two pages and having a big stupid grin on my face. Just those two pages tells me how amazing the entire book is going to be. At a little over 300 pages I am looking at an impactful story to bring me back into the world of Hogwarts and magic.

I plan on producing a post with a review on it once I finish. I just have to finish the book I am currently reading and then get on that. Remember I work over 40 hours a week so it isn’t always reading, playing video games, and writing (I have almost 10,000 words on my novel btw! Super excited about that. Just 90k more).

So stay tuned for that review! Thanks so much for keeping up with my random nerd thoughts! Toodles!


I was going to bore you with a topic on politics and how much I hate the planet we live on (let’s go to another planet already, k?), but then I read a post about playing video games with your children and thought about my husband (and everyone says, “AWE!”).

Except we don’t have kids, so that isn’t the kind of post you get today. Sorry, pal.

I know I have mentioned my childhood a teeny tiny bit but I haven’t gone into the fullness of my nerdom.

I am the youngest of six children (you can read about that on my about page) with three older brothers and two older sisters. My sisters are not nerds or geeks or anything of the sort. Well, my oldest sister is a bit of a book nerd but she has four children soooo (and she is a wicked artist). But they’re not the type of nerd I am talking about today.

I am a video game nerd.

I will admit that I do not play as often or for as long as I did when I was in my teens but I have my moments.

When I was in High School I played the shit out of Halo 3… I was good too. Better than the middle-aged dudes who came home after work every day, drank beer, and played Halo. I really played only after I finished my homework and on the weekends (before I got a job).


My teens were not when my nerdom began though. No, no, no my brothers convinced my parents (somehow) to let them get a Super Nintendo. I have no idea how old I was but I remember playing it. The tiny controller was just fine because it fit in my tiny child hands, though sometimes I couldn’t get to the buttons fast enough.


My husband wrote about finding his long lost love of Star Wars Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader the other day after thinking he was going to have to buy it for almost $100 on Amazon.

I remember playing games like Super Mario World (Yoshi will forever be one of my fav characters in a game), Paper Boy, Star Wars games (Return of the Jedi was pretty epic), and Mortal Kombat. Wow talk about a blast from the past. One of my brothers was super obsessed with Mortal Kombat. Remember the cheat code books you could buy? Well if he couldn’t find those he would spend hours finding out the codes on his own and filled notebooks with cheats. Of course, I never used them because he wouldn’t let us touch those notebooks. What a meany.


Alas, I digress.

So the Super Nintendo was like WHOA, I mean you could play little animated dudes with a controller and ten inch TV (not kidding). It was a different kind of world.

Then a few years or so later we got the Nintendo 64. Say, what??? I was looking at the games I used to play on that console and was getting all kinds of excited as I took a walk down memory lane. There were some seriously epic games on the 64.


My absolute fave games from that console were Goldeneye, Diddy Kong Racing (I need this in my life), Perfect Dark (the new version on the 360 was a disappointment), and Mario Kart 64. Now I am not trying to say that since the 64 that games haven’t had the same effect as OMG I CAN’T BELIEVE I FORGOT ABOUT THAT, it is just that I am older now and it has been far longer since the Super Nintendo and 64 were around in my life.

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There have been plenty of games since then that have caught my attention and that I will forever go back to. Halo: Combat Evolved, Mass Effect, Oblivion, Skyrim, Witcher, KOTOR, and Republic Commando. Those rank pretty high on the list.

Much like my reading my nerdiness for video games is a love for fiction and science fiction. I love space games far too much and I love fantasy. The fantasy has to be done right though. It has to be an RPG. I have strayed away from multiplayer games. My social bar has become slim to nothing, especially after working nine hours a day around people and having someone in my ear talking the entire time… Seriously, I get too worn out by customers. True story.

So playing an RPG is like playing my favorite book on the screen with a controller in my hand. The only thing better is watching a movie but they have to be really good if they’re going to match up to the book. I wonder how well I could create book characters in Dungeons and Dragons… Food for thought.

So if you were wondering why I called this post The Fat Nerd Inside of Me, well I feel like you guys only get to see the book nerd side of me and not what is really lying dormant underneath all of this black and white text.

I am planning on writing about my favorite bands, music, and the songs that really tap into my creativity. Beside booze, music gets me writing faster than anything else.

I hope you have enjoyed this little trip down memory lane! Thank you for reading!



Reasons why I love my Husband

We could talk about politics, black lives matter, how we are moving to Canada if XYZ win the Presidential Election, or the world in general, cuz let’s face it, we live in a shitty world.

We could talk about all the negativity and horribleness that is going on in the world.

We could talk about inequality, how racism is a hot subject, and how the media is ruining our lives.

You know, first-world shit… Because really, you think people in India, Africa, or Brazil are waking up every morning worrying about ANY of this? Nope, just us. So think about how lucky  we are that we can wake up or come home from work and argue with our friends on social media with our new smartphone?

So just shut up and read on.

I am so tired of talking about all of the above so I was happy to see one of my friends share one of her pictures of her now husband and her with the hashtag #loveyourspousechallenge.


Forty pounds ago… Sigh.

Not only am I now participating in this challenge but it has made me think about how little we speak highly of our spouses. I mean really, we did when we were dating (best foot forward) but after a while it just… stops.

So does dating. When you first meet someone you go on weekly dates, to dinner, the movies, walking at night with the stars and empty sky stretching above you forever more… But that’s the fairy tale bit.

My husband and I met in January of 2011. I reminisce in that story in a previous post that you can read here to catch up. You read it? Okay, let’s continue

So we met at the grocery store and right now you’re thinking “psh, what freakin nerds.” You’re not wrong. I haven’t shared some info, and my mom may not even know this (Hi momma!!), but I was actually seeing someone when my husband and I met… Not like I cheated on the dude but I was very aware of the potential my husband had to become, well, my husband. We fit that well even before we started seeing each other.

What I love the most about our story is how he took the time to basically court me. You know that thing people used to do way back in the day when the dude when have dinner with the parents and then the two would sit out on the front porch talking? Yeah, that doesn’t happen anymore. Bring it back! So anyway, he courted me. Not in a super traditional way but he would come see me at work, he would meet me at the college and talk to me before his class started and after mine had ended, and he would meet me for lunch. The best part was that I didn’t feel like he was trying to become my boyfriend, we just became friends.

One night my good friend, Jake, and I were out doing things you do when you’re bored in small town; drive around. I messaged my husband on Facebook (we hadn’t exchanged phone numbers) and told him that I was going to find his house.


I have no idea what I was doing…

I knew that he had gone with his stepdad had been to a nearby city and back, he had made a giant heart in the snow in their front lawn, and that he lived around where the college was. That’s all I had to go on.

Needless to say it was a bit of a fruitless adventure and could have become embarrassing had I knocked on a door thinking it was the house that belonged to him.

Nevertheless we finally came to his house… We drove up and there he was out on his front porch, freezing his ass off waiting for some girl he hardly knew, in the middle of winter, and late in the evening. My heart smiled just a little that night. Somehow we convinced him to crawl into the back seat and go along with us on our random adventure.

My friend drove us to what is called Tower Hill and it was great, until we got stuck in the snow. Stuck stuck… My husband, without a second thought, jumped out of the car and started pushing. When he freed us of our potentially ruined night, my friend turned toward me and said, “Jennifer, marry him.”


May, 2016… How can you not love that smile?

So I did …

In the midst of that story includes several reasons why I love my husband, why he so special to me, and why there is no one else out there for me.

  1. He is selfless
  2. He is thoughtful
  3. He helps people without taking anything for reward
  4. He would do anything for me (even after almost four years of marriage)
  5. He did right by me by waiting for me to end my relationship, to befriend me, and to become my absolute favorite person
  6. He bought me so many Angry Birds just because he loved how happy they make me (they’re so cute!!!)
  7. He would meet me for lunch (I was still in High School) even if he had spent the whole night playing video games
  8. He has ALWAYS spoken highly of me to his friends, family, and strangers when I am around him and even when I am not there
  9. I know that he will take care of me for the rest of my life
  10. I have known from a very early point that he will do whatever he needs to in order to make sure I am happy
  11. He puts up with my moods, my quirkiness, and my random bouts of oddness (they happen more often than I would like to admit)
  12. He doesn’t say no to me even if he doesn’t want to do something that I wanna do (watch a movie or a TV show he hates)
  13. He puts up with my strange and ever changing music
  14. He is literally my sanctuary, my comfort, and my favorite part of every day
  15. He makes me a better person

So there, you have fifteen explanations as to why I love my husband…

I consider myself an extremely lucky woman to have found him at such an early age (we married right after I turned 20). I could have spent several more years without ever meeting him. Yuck, I would’ve had to date so many more idiots.


I will lift anything in life, so long as I can be with you


So I may have a little bit of time on my hands but I want to start a new award. Recently my husband bestowed the Liebster Award to myself and my mother-in-law. I have seen many other bloggers participating in other various awards and having fun with it. Which brings me to my point, I want to start a blog award of my own!

Thus I have made The Awesome Sauce Award!

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This award should be given to the bloggers that you think qualify to be Awesome Sauce! If you have never heard the term awesome sauce then you need to research or go hang out with a  fifteen-year old girl- or me :).

The Rules

  1. Thank the person who has awarded you this awesome award, or don’t and be a jerk.
  2. Explain what the awesome sauce award IS (use my description or make your own!).
  3. Answer the questions.
  4. Copy and Paste the rules
  5. Tag the bloggers you think qualify for this award!
  6. Have fun with it!

What IS the Awesome Sauce Award?

Well, this award goes out to all you peeps who write really well, have awesome pictures, or are just plain awesome! You can also award someone whose blog brings you peace or enjoyment. Maybe you giggle when you read a sentence they wrote, or you find the information they provided to be interesting/helpful. This award is meant to encourage and boost happiness levels as well as confidence in each other as bloggers. We are a community of nerds, writers, and newbies!

Recently our Nation, and the world, seem to be in a state of despair and tragic circumstances. It is our job as writers and entertainers to provide some positivity to the world. So make sure when you are sharing your post that you also share it on all of your social media outlets. Let’s make the world positive for at least ONE day. Bring some happiness and awesomeness to your friends, family, and the world!


The Questions

  1. If you could buy ONE item RIGHT now, what would it be?
  2. If you were to write a book what would you write about?
  3. Would you recover a friendship with someone that you have lost contact with?
  4. What are you currently listening to that you’re slightly embarrassed about?
  5. What life goal have you recently accomplished?
  6. If you could provide a piece of advice to give to the world, what would it be?
  7. What are your dreams usually about (your literal dreams or your life dreams)?
  8. What could the world really take advantage of when it comes to media, life, the world in general?
  9. When you get home in the evening from work or school, what helps you relax? (Beside booze, we all know that helps).
  10. You just discovered you can teleport on will, where do you go?


Now nominate some people that you think would love to get this award! There is no minimum or maximum number of people required for you to nominate but be genuine!

(I gotta be honest about the word nominations… It has NOM in the word which makes me giggle every time I read it. Nom nom nom.).

My Nominations

Jouska @thejouskablog (go check out her stuff! She’s funny!)

The Struggling Librarian (if you wanna read about books!)

Karla @lovepineapples (because you are awesome in so many ways!)

Shelby @falconreviews (he’s my hubby so of course he is awesome!)

The Nerd Girl @wanderingnerdgirl (two words: elephant rocks)

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The End is Near!

You have reached it to the end of this ridiculous post/award. I hope that you have found enjoyment in reading this and enjoy passing it on! Even if you have not been nominated and you read this, please accept this as me nominating you and pass it on! Have fun and enjoy life!