Apr 16, 2013

Spring Break

Work. It can be such a seemingly evil thing. For months now I have desperately awaited the futile thing that most people know as Spring Break.

There's only one issue. I'm here now and have no idea what to do with myself. On the plus side, I get to blog, but I'm telling y'all: I'm going to go crazy. This post has no purpose either, so if you're looking for something of immense meaning and splendor, look elsewhere. This is just me talking. Rambling about life. I figure I should do that on here from time to time. I mean, I don't always have the time to come up with a writing topic, but I always know how to run my mouth on life.

Florida truly is a beautiful place this time of year, too. Tomorrow I'm going to the beach for the first time this year. Hoping to get some great shots. Last year I got lucky and nabbed a random couple biking across the sand. Yes. I COMPLETELY mind my own business.

Besides, for those of you who aren't around beaches? There are about 101+ reasons why beaches are amazing. To name a few. . .

Water. Water is very relaxing. Besides, it's salt water. While I find the Atlantic Ocean particularly lame compared to the Gulf of Mexico, it's still salt water. These waters will cure your every ailment. Okay, not really, but it sounds like a lovely idea.

Shells. Shells are mostly useless to you when you bring a bucket of them home, but they're quite lovely to look at.

Palm trees. Enough said.


Come on. Everyone needs some fancy islandy music when going to the beach. And if you need beach music? I've got a list of recommendations too. However, I must leave now. And leave you waiting for the beach photos I will be taking tomorrow. Unless it rains and my plans of brilliance are spoiled.

Apr 10, 2013

Character/Author Therapy

I has a brand new, shiny announcement! I've been wanting to do something new on JSU for awhile now and I finally decided: I'm hosting therapy sessions for poor, depraved characters and their miserable authors. Whether your character is being excessively rebellious, dealing with emotional or physical trauma, being too adorably cute, or refusing to drink his or her milk, Just Simply Unique can help! Head on over to our new fancy page Character/Author Therapy, or read below for terms and conditiony things you must shall know.


Interested in a free therapy session? Email your problems to justsimplyunique@ymail.com
Please keep PG-13 as some sessions may be summed up in blog posts and we receive young readers.

Fine Print:

Just Simply Unique Therapy is by no means real therapy and will not be held responsible if your desires aren't completely met. We are a free service. We have the right to take as long as we could possibly want on responding with you, as we have a lot to do and may have multiple clients. Life happens and gets in the way. Sorry. Fictional facts may be used, but we will try to use factual knowledge when possible and when we aren't being too lazy to look it up. This is not guaranteed to work with all clients, but we will do the best we can. Free is relative. True pricing is anywhere between $100,000,000 and $453,830,770. April Fools. Upon signing up for this service, you hereby sign an imaginary waiver claiming that this was entirely your fault if something goes screwy. We will not ever steal your characters, ideas, or anything that is your intellectual property. However, we might steal your socks. We reserve the ability to post bits of our therapy sessions on the JSU blog unless decided otherwise in our sessions. We have the ability to use names given for both characters, places, fictional names, and yourself, but will try our best to clear that with you first. If you don't answer the question, I'm afraid there's nothing you can do but track me down and poke me in the chest with a pitchfork. Clients are not limited to one session alone but can burden their truly annoying problems on me over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again if they so choose. Terms and conditions may apply if they get too annoying. Sessions not limited to: Talking animals, walking trees, conscious rocks, characters that don't really exist, your annoying neighbor down the street who isn't really a character but you pretend (s)he is so you can learn their deep dark secrets and bury them alive in emotional pain and trauma, and anything else that you may possibly imagine in the scheme of fictional and not-quite-so factual therapy. I may subject clients to taking an MBTI test. So be prepared for that my evil minions--erm, clients. Note: I am using all this information to take over the world and this program may shut down at any given time once I have the information needed for my domination of the mere mortals. Here is the part where I yell muahahahahhahhahaahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha in all caps, but I refuse to do so for the time being. So there. Any questions?