The Friday Five: February 27, 2015

Friday Five

The Friday Five is my version of a weekly round-up of things I found interesting, entertaining, hilarious and/or down right shocking all around the many, many corners of the internet. Sidenote: The things I come across are not ALWAYS super new, so…well, deal with it. Also they’ll probably be mostly YouTube videos. Again, I apologize for nothing.

1. i finally finished rewatching gilmore girls.

This took me a lot longer than I thought it was going to. It was only my second run through of the series and I forgot how much I have subconsciously gone from being more of a Rory to a Lorelai over the years. Much of my adult life actions and demeanor seems to have been shaped by my absolute love of this show when it was on air. No regrets.

2. this rad couple that make me want to rethink what i’m doing with my life.

via huffpost.

They built a freaking awesome house on wheels! And look at that dog. Holy crap look at that dog, so precious. I aspire to be this couple who have somehow found the courage to quit their jobs (though the article states that they both work online, which seems more feasible), build a tiny house and travel the United States. This sounds like one epic adventure.

3. these adorable four-legged friends who don’t appreciate bibliophiles.

via the dodo.

This picture is exactly what happens whenever I decide to get comfortable and read in an accessible area for my dogs. How dare I read and not pet them all night.

4. slushie waves!

via hellogiggles.

It’s moments like this that make me glad I live in the middle of a scorching hot desert.

5. RIP leonard nimoy.

via tumblr

To end this post on a terribly sad note, Leonard Nimoy passed away today at age 83. Even if you aren’t a Star Trek fan (personally, I’m hardcore Star Wars but have always had a deep love and understanding of the Star Trek world) Leonard Nimoy’s role as Spock is still one of the most iconic roles. Ever. If you loved Spock or hated him, Nimoy brought to life this enigmatic member of the Enterprise crew who showed us what it was like to struggle with your inner self and still be a viable member of any group. Live long and prosper, Mr. Spock, you will be dearly missed.

have a great weekend!

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