Hopefully Captain Literally won’t come and restore balance because of my title, but I couldn’t help it. I’m excited to be do a shout out for one of my favorite comedy groups–Studio C.
Studio C is a hit sketch comedy series that the whole family can enjoy. Like the popular TV show Saturday Night Live, the cast performs original sketches that parody American culture and the hilariously awkward moments of everyday life; but with a refreshingly wholesome yet hilarious spin.
I just received Seasons 1 and 2, and my family spent the Thanksgiving holiday watching both DVDs and laughing so hard that milk came out our nose (well, at least my son’s nose. I know better than to drink milk when I watch funny skits).
The main characters are Whitney, Mallory, Matt and Jason. My son’s friend is Jason’s nephew, so it makes it a little more ‘real’ for us to feel like we kind of know a celebrity (even if we don’t).
This series includes popular episodes like:
Presidential Shoulder Angel (this one cracks me up)
Facebook Friends Song (so true it is scary; see below)
If you need something new to make you laugh, I’d highly recommend Studio C. My whole family is fans (especially my 13 year old boy) and we look forward to every new season. Have a great week, and don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter.
Hi! My name’s Char in case you’ve forgotten. I know I haven’t posted for a while…but I thought I deserved a little break since my daughter got married last month in another state and I was a little stretched for time. But now the stress is mostly over. The wedding went off without too many hiccups, my daughter was a happy bride, and I love my new son-in-law. Here are pictures of the happy couple.
credit: Luminosity Photography
Yes, it rained for her wedding day, but I thought these pictures turned out spectacular because of that. There’s always a little blessing in life’s challenges. The night before the big day, my daughter was super upset because of the pouring rain and thought her day would be ruined.
But things turned out great. Yes, it was still rainy and cold, but the rain made the colors so vivid, and the damp, cold weather kept people inside, making it super easy to get great pictures outside with no people in the background–which can be a hard thing to do at the Salt Lake Temple because there are so many tourists.
The dress got a little damp on the bottom, and my daughter’s arms were ice cold by time she showed up for the luncheon after taking pictures for an hour and a half, but she had this huge smile on her face…and that made it seem like a sunny day.
Life is like that. If we focus on the dreary clouds, we can miss out on all the vivid colors the rain brings out that can make us happy. If all we want is constant sunshine, we are certain to be disappointed. Little blessings are hidden in all sorts of weather.
I found this old article the other day and it made me laugh my head off. Since I’m in the midst of wedding craziness right now, I will let you read THIS LINK to understand why I love Idaho so much. It sums up my feelings pretty well (and even included rare facts about us not being afraid of gorillas and being able to jump over the hood of our cars, which I found very enlightening). Now hold onto your heads so you don’t laugh them off like I did.
My daughter gets married soon. I’m SUPER excited. Yet I’ll confess that all this planning, envisioning, entertaining, decorating is beyond my comfort level. I will be glad when this is all over and I can relax…and write.
One of the last things we crossed off our list was getting a wedding cake. That seemed easy enough—and I was looking forward to something being a little more affordable…and cakes are simple, right?
Imagine my chagrin when my daughter calls to tell me she can’t get a cake with the budget I set for her. It’s impossible. Wah, wah, wah…and so it goes. When she tells me the price of the cake Continue reading →
Taylor Dean is my blogging and writing friend that I’ve known since last year, and I’m so excited that her book made it to the final round for the Indie Awards. She definitely deserves that distinction because Sierra jerks your emotions around like a bungee cord–from terrible, crushing lows, to thrilling highs. It’s one of my favorite books…and it’s on sale this week. YEA! Continue reading →
Halloween is just around the corner. I was never the kind of kid who did the TRICK part of Halloween, but (as you probably can tell from all the chocolate drizzled into my posts), I really get into the TREAT part of this holiday. So Happy Halloween! Here are some TREATS from me. You can pretend it’s an edible message. Yum! Continue reading →