GZUZFRK is a pretty clever license plate. (Jesus Freak. I spare you having to ask, if you needed to.)
I have "Our God is an Awesome God" going through my head. I'm imagining God clapping along lightly with his fingertips and a sarcastic expression on his face as I hum it. "ORLY?," he says. I reply by humming with increased cheerful vigor "He REIGNS from heaven aBOVE!" It's CATCHY.
"Recycle Your Memories" is not a good slogan for a consignment shop. I recoiled. RECYCLE my MEMORIES?? How about "Sell Your Sentimental Feelings For Cold Hard Cash"? Speaking of catchy!
Things have been a little adrenalizing on the baby name blog this week: the mother's mother doesn't like the name, and makes it repeatedly clear---what would YOU do, and I mean in REAL LIFE where you're talking to your ACTUAL ACTUAL REAL-LIFE EXISTING MOTHER, not in a fantasy life where you take your glasses off dramatically and then address the court with a dignity and intelligence that causes your opposition to fall back in awe?
I have noticed that pretty much only thin bloggers show photos of themselves---especially full-length photos where you can't just tuck knuckles under the chin and hope it helps. It's gotten to the point that, in general, I can figure out a blogger's size based on nothing else but the photos. Do they regularly show photos of themselves? Then they are thin. Is it never, or only with children blocking their bodies, and/or the knuckles under the chin? Then they are plump.
This is silly, and it gives us a severely skewed idea of what percentage of the people we know and like are thin. I would maybe like to meet some of you at a blogger conference some day without wearing a refrigerator box that hides my entire body. Here is a photo of me full-length, at an angle I feel is flattering (baby steps) to my Hip Width as well as to my Rear Awning:
My dad took this picture. In it, I'm taking a photo of Henry, and am not thinking about my picture being taken. As you can see, I am plump and I have cut my hair too short. Nevertheless, I appear in mirrors and in photographs.
Life-improving products, part 4 - (Continued from part 1, part 2, and part 3.) Stearns Youth Life Vest (photo from Amazon.com). I’d been too scared to take the kids to any body of water oth...