In a recent study commissioned by the most popular web-based photo editor Pixlr.com, the most searched for colors in all 50 states were determined by Google searches in each state. Let's start off with our closest neighbors, Arkansas is probably not that hard for you to guess, but Texas made my head tilt and my eyes cross a little.
Sunday was the first official day of spring. You would think that would motivate me to be more productive right? Wrong. I did nothing. Beautiful weather, longer days, and a new season does not a housekeeper make. lol I would rather be outdoors but in reality, perhaps it is time to purge my closet, clean out the fridge and tend to that catch-all room I said all winter I would 'clean when it got war
The things that wasting time on the internet will have you searching. Smh. I was curious to know what the prettiest city in Texas is because I've been all over my beloved Lone Star State and I've visited some great small towns.
If anything ever happens to me, do not check my search history. (insert wide eyes emoji here) Guys, has your lady ever said this to you? If so, she must be a true crime fan. For real, what is in your search history? We all have different answers but many women are in the same boat I'm in, they love all things true crime. Let me explain..
Have you ever Googled yourself? It sounds obnoxious doesn't it? I mean it is rather vain but in this case, full disclosure I was curious what would come up if I Googled Leo and Rebecca. I mean almost 20 years together, tens of thousands of morning shows under our belt, can you imagine the photos on the web that we don't even remember we took? I did it. Here is what I came up with.
If you have been online at all today, you may have noticed Google and the fact that the late Selena Quintanilla is featured. If you click on the Selena 'doodle' you will see a cute, quick video about her life from childhood to her superstardom status...