So I’m taking a cue from good buddy/arch-nemesis Lisa Roecker, and coming up with a list for my Friday post this week. I mean, I already blogged every OTHER day this week, I figured I should probably hit all five days and just call it a win.
1. Having the week off from filming a vlog is great. When you use it wisely. It was our free week on the YA Rebels, so we didn’t have to vlog. So instead I wound up blogging five times. And now it’s Friday, and I’m wondering why I feel so exhausted. Some of us aren’t used to writing five blog posts a week.
2. Thank God, it’s Friday in Cleveland. My mother will be devastated this morning, as she’s a huge Cavs fan, but I’m just glad the whole LeBron James debaucle is over. I think anyone who knew anything had a good notion that he wasn’t going to stick around, but Cleveland went a little cray-cray (that’s crazy for the uninitiated) over it.
3. The Rachel Zoe Project returns August 3rd. I die. Seriously, I die. This show is like Bravo’s personal love letter to me. I love Rachel Zoe more than I love Supernatural or the Vampire Diaries (and that’s saying something).
4. Joining YA groups is addictive. I’m the only boy in Team Sparkle (which is a group of my YA writer friends), the Rebels (where I vlog once a week and harass Gretchen in my videos), and now the Bookanistas! And once again, I’m the only boy Bookanista. Bookanisto?
5. There is no number five. I just really wanted to make this a Friday 5, so now I’ve got all this space to fill. Crap, what to write about. Think, think, think. (Just like Pooh!) Hmm. Ooh, I know! Vocab time!
Your vocabulary word for the week: cray-cray.
Meaning: crazy (when telling an amusing anecdote).
Example: Karsten Knight went a little cray-cray trying to get invited into WriteOnCon, when all he had to do was register.
Bad example: “Your honor, it’s not her fault she went a little cray-cray. She was high on Peeps, red-eye machiattos, and powdered donuts – she didn’t know WHAT she was doing.”