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Walking into work this morning I was greeted by my co-worker Matt, who assaulted me with goodness. First, in the form of a vegan blueberry almond cupcake, handcrafted by Sheela, who claims the frosting is made from unicorn tears. Then while consuming (and photographing) said cupcake he showed me various unicorn-related videos. Like Charlie the Unicorn (how had I never seen that one?) and Unicorn in C Major (better with the sound off) and Unicorn Rap.

Five other good things:

Despite some setbacks over the last week this past weekend was much better than the previous one. A decent balance between work and play. Many movies were seen. Friday I gave into the boy’s demands to see 17 Again. Saturday I saw Sunshine Cleaning on my own, after a long day of photo assisting at a wedding. And on Sunday, despite or perhaps because of our lethargy, we lazed while watching dance-themed movies. Kicked it off with a mini Gene Kelly marathon, then moved on to Planet B-Boy and ended with Step Up 2: The Streets…though I’d really wanted to watch Flashdance instead. Alas, it is sadly unavailable via Netflix Instant. But the world doesn’t revolve around our Roku box. Honest. I may even see some real live friends this week. And skip a free screening of Star Trek to do so.

unicorn tears


  1. I mentioned you and your blog in my own. Long story short, thanks for all your writing and links.

    Tuesday, April 21, 2009 at 5:35 am | Permalink
  2. Sharyn wrote:

    You’re welcome Alice, thanks for reading!

    Tuesday, April 21, 2009 at 9:24 am | Permalink
  3. josh wrote:

    how was sunshine cleaning? i want to check it out.

    Tuesday, April 21, 2009 at 3:19 pm | Permalink
  4. Gan wrote:

    I saw an advanced screening of Sunshine cleaning awhile ago and really enjoyed it. I was disappointed that the reviews were kinda weak.

    Did you just watch the first Charlie the Unicorn? I think there are three now, but Ive only watched the first and second.

    Friday, April 24, 2009 at 9:03 pm | Permalink

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