one // Snapchat. This is probably a very unpopular opinion, but I'm basically over it. I still use it occasionally but mostly, I just open them and move on. I have a few friends that send 2 million a day and I don't have a lot of time at work to just sit and look at snap videos. I also hate notifications on my phone so I stress about it until I can finally open it.
This could just be me being a brat, but in my opinion, it's fading out. Or at least I hope it is.
T-shirt. Leggings. Uggs.
I think what bothers me the most is that every single person is wearing the exact same outfit and I don't think it flatters anyone.
three // Inappropriate use of #tbt. It's not a throwback if it was last week. Or two weeks ago. Or even last month. I've participated in Throwback Thursday 2, maybe 3 times and every single one was a few years old and usually coincided with something I was doing that day or about to do that weekend.
|3 year old trip where she visiting my school and was in honor of me traveling to visit her school!|
So basically, all I'm saying is limit it to one picture, at least a year or so old, and maybe I won't hate Thursday on social media quite as much.
four // Southerners and snow. I fully understand that my main experiences with snow were in a town that was fully prepared for the snow and it was a normal occurrence. I also completely understand that the majority of the south isn't prepared for the snow and prefer the "better safe than sorry" route. I completely agree that this is how it should be handled.
Then, people don't follow directions. When your governor or other state officials tell you to go home, stay home and try again tomorrow, DO IT. No, the roads may not look "that bad", but for your Southern self, it is. STAY PUT.
I left work a few hours early on Tuesday because I was definitely nervous about black ice forming when I was set to leave work at midnight. I'm cool as a cucumber driving in actual snow, but black ice is no joke for anyone. And I was almost hit twice by idiots who thought they could drive in it and they couldn't.
I'm not referencing the situations in Atlanta, Birmingham and the other issues that took place with this, but I do think everyone should have been sent home much earlier than they were. And I understand everyone has to wait until the "orders to leave" are given, but that whole situation definitely could have been prevented with better planning by city/state officials and I hate it for every single person that was stuck out there with no way to get home.
And I'm done being a cranky pants now.