I I’ve decided that I deeply love the What I’m Loving blog posts. I love the fact that it provides a snapshot into the season, of the everyday life. Here’s a little snapshot of life lately through things that I am absolutely loving over here.
I absolutely adore Gilmore Girls. I use to watch reruns throughout the week when I was in high school. I’d sit and do a few math problems before getting lost in the world of Stars Hollow. When they brought their new movie style shows to Netflix last fall I binged all of it again to be ready. You can imagine my excitement when I opened a present from my friend at Christmas and discovered Lauren Graham’s autobiography, Talking As Fast As I Can: From Gilmore Girls to Gilmore Girls. Over the past several weeks, I’ve binge read the book soaking up all the words in this fast talking novel that has made me fall even deeper in love with the Gilmore Girls (and Lauren Graham herself). If you’re a Gilmore Girl lover, a Parenthood lover, or just really enjoy behind the scenes of Hollywood life, you’ll love it.
Over the past several months, I’ve fallen in love with Jamie Ivey. Her word and her encouragement shine through her podcast, The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey. Jamie sits down with women and discovers what’s going on in their worlds. It’s like mini-memoirs in a way, which I absolutely love. She recently sat down with Tsh Oxenreider to discuss her book, At Home in the World: Reflections on Belonging While Wandering the Globe. It’s such a fun podcast to listen to right before summer as it has infused me with crazy wanderlust. The return of the sunshine hasn’t really hurt that desire to wander either.
Christine Caine’s words are echoing in my mind from her book, Undaunted. This is a must read if you’re struggling with your purpose and calling. She said something to the effect that God uses the available and willing but we don’t always allow ourselves to be willing or available. Cut to the heart. You can read more about my thoughts on her words and how they hit my heart here.
It’s a little hard to separate a few of the things I love: my rec chair that’s set up in the backyard, a good book, and Hubert’s Lemonade. I have this set up for a lot of afternoons. I have had to recently share my spot with a pesky spider and I think his whole family. It’s cool though. He doesn’t talk while I’m reading which is something I look for in a reading buddy. It’s super relaxing and doesn’t require the set up that my hammock does even though I love it.
A few weeks ago I shared my Hanna + Nick Maternity session to Facebook. I shared it because a friend of mine challenged me to do so. I wasn’t sharing anything on social media regarding this new journey of mine back into blogging and photography. To be honest, I wasn’t sure about it. After stopping for three years and slowly getting back into it over the past few months, I was scared. I don’t feel as if I measure up to where I wish I was at this point. Sharing it not only made me brave but allowed for people to see it and react. The reaction has warmed my heart and given me strength to continue. I just wanted to end today and say thank you for that. Thank you for your belief in me, your encouragement and for reading all the way to the end. Love y’all!
I’ve always loved scrolling through Pinterest and seeing the many gift lists people create. Perusing them is so fun for me as it introduces me to new products and ideas. I finally made the jump into making my own 2017 Mother’s Day Gift Guide. (Don’t worry mom, your gift isn’t on here!) I absolutely loved making this guide so it definitely won’t be the last one I make.
A Quick Word to Moms
Thank you. Those are two words that aren’t said enough by kids no matter how old they are. I know I fail daily to give my own mom the gratitude she deserves. Instead, we kids drive you crazy and are often thankless. Yet, you still love us. Here’s a much needed message from us kids everywhere to all the moms out there: We love you and are thankful for you.
The Mother’s Day 2017 Gift Guide
There’s a ton of stuff on this list that I absolutely love, have a friend that loves or I can see a friend who’s about to be a mom fall in love with. If you don’t find quite what you’re looking for in one of the items below, may I suggest sending your mom on a vacation with other grown ups instead? I’m sure every mom would love to get in line for that gift!
- Handmade Wood Mother’s Day Card
- Kendra Scott Signature Dani Drop Earrings in Mother of Pearl
- Harney & Sons Caffeinated Hot Cinnamon Sunset Black Tea with Orange and Cloves Tin
- Bath & Body Works White Barn 3-Wick Candle in Endless Weekend (I am personally OBSESSED with this scent!)
- Sam Edelman Melanie Handbag
- Mama Bear Glass Coffee Mug
- Birch Floral Notebooks by Rifle Paper Co. (Fun Fact: The light blue pattern was used as part of our wedding inspiration.)
- Ocean Salt Face and Body Scrub by LUSH
- Fire HD 8 Tablet with Alexa and 16 GB
- Daelman’s Stroopwafels Variety Pack of 3 – Caramel, Maple and Honey
- At Home in the World: Reflections on Belonging While Wandering the Globe by Tsh Oxenreider (I really want to abandon my 2017 Reading List to read this right this second!)
- S’well Insulated Double Walled 17 oz. Stainless Steel Water Bottle in Bikini Pink
- Mom Life: A Snarky Adult Coloring Book
- KitchenAid 1.25 Liter Electric Kettle in Pistachio (We have this and it’s AMAZING.)
- Dogeared We Are Family Heart Pendant Necklace
- Lodge Pre-Seasoned 13.5″ Cast Iron Skillet
- LeSportsac Classic 3 Zip Pouch
- Canon EOS Rebel T6 Digital SLR Camera
- Natural Sliced Blue Agate Coasters – Set of 4
- What I Love About Mom Fill In The Blank Journal
- Vera Bradley Printed Preppy Poly Zip Top Tote
- Old Shanghai Women’s Kimono Robe Short in a Watercolor Floral Pattern
- Naked 2 Eyeshadow Palette by Urban Decay
- Belkin MIXIT Lightning USB Leather Tassel Charger for iphone/ipod/ipad
- Together: A Mommy + Me Coloring Book (I love that this is something for a kid and a mama to do together!)
- Fossil Q Wander Stainless Steel Touchscreen Smartwatch (One of my friends has this and absolutely loves it.)
- Mommee Coffee – 12 oz. Whole Bean Organic Fair Trade Coffee with Full Caffeine and Low Acid
- Grace, Not Perfection: Embracing Simplicity, Celebrating Joy by Emily Ley
- Vivere Double Hammock with Space-Saving Steel Stand in Paraiso
- LifeProof FRE Waterproof Phone Case for 6s Plus in Banzai (I have this phone case and it really is waterproof!)
- Aveeno Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Dry Skin
- Gilmore Girls Mother Daughter Thing Coffee Mug
- Gold Heart Magnetic Notepad
- LE3NO Womens Lightweight Sleeveless Military Anorak Vest
- You’ve Got This Black and Gold Insulated Travel Tumbler by SLT
- La Cie PetiteKey 16GB USB Flash Drive
- bittersweet by Maria Shireen Hair Tie Bracelet
- Converse Unisex Chuck Taylor All Star Ox Low Top Sneakers in Mint Green
- NIX Advance – 8 inch Hi-Res Digital Photo Frame with Motion Sensor (Be sure to preload it with family photos!)
- Bath & Body Works 3 Wick Sugared Lemon Zest Candle
- Q&A a Day for Moms: 5-Year Journal
- Burt’s Bees 100% Natural Moisturizing Tinted Lip Balm in Red Dahlia
- Creative Co-Op White Stoneware Ring Dish with Eiffel Tower & Gold Detail
- Kate Spade New York Women’s Brigis Cat-Eye Sunglasses
- Savor: Living Abundantly Where You Are, As You Are Devotional by Shauna Niequist (New mom approved!)
- Kiehls Rare Earth Pore Cleansing Masque
- simplehuman 80z. Sensor Pump with Soap Sample in Brushed Nickel (We got one as a present and have them everywhere now. We love it!)
- One Dozen Wild Rainbow Roses
- Primitives by Kathy Bless the Food Before Us Kitchen Tea Towel
- Anova Culinary Bluetooth Sous Vide Precision Cooker (My husband who is the family cook is slightly obsessed with this.)
- Day Designer for Blue Sky 2017-2018 Academic Year Weekly & Monthly Planner, Twin-Wire Bound, 8″ x 10″, Navy Stripe Hardcover
- Kate Spade New York Women’s Dahlia Thermal Mug
- 12×8 Vintage Felt Changeable Letter Board
- URPOWER Essential Oil Diffuser and Cool Mist Humidifier
- T4U 4.25 Inch Ceramic Japanese Style Clay Planter
- Lindt Lindor Irresistibly Smooth Citrus White Chocolate Truffles (These are amazing. Rick and I are both obsessed.)
- Wireless Bluetooth Sport Stereo Headphones
- Essie Wild Nudes from their 2017 Nail Polish Collection
- Spiralizer 5 Blade Vegetable Slicer (We got the KitchenAid Spiralizer Attachment and it has made me not hate veggies!)
- The Lucky Few: Finding God’s Best in the Most Unlikely Places by Heather Avis (A book on down syndrome parenting!)
Happy Shopping + Moms, what’s on your radar to get for Mother’s Day?
I’ve started 2 different blog posts for today and just nothing seems right. I don’t know if it’s just the day or what, but things aren’t flowing like they should. I love top ten lists, which I’m sure you’ve noticed if you’ve been journeying with me. I’m not sure since I’ve been back to blogging that I’ve really allowed y’all to see a peek in to who I am yet. Today, I’d like to share 10 things that I’m loving right now.
- If there’s one thing I’m loving currently, it’s the The Happy Hour Podcast by Jamie Ivey. I’m a bit obsessed. Like, I’m binge listening level obsessed. I love stories and I love how Jamie is inspiring me to stay connected in my faith, especially during this weird season of mine. Her guests are courageous, God-loving, fascinating women and I’m loving devouring their stories and getting to know them. Maybe, one day, Jamie will interview me. A girl can dream!
- Looking for Lovely by Annie Downs is a book that I’d recommend for sure. I finished this book in late January. It’s so worth the buy! I’ll be reviewing it in an upcoming post. It’s actually one of the ones that I started today and just decided I wanted to sit with the book and ponder a bit longer.
- The Pokemon Go App for Iphone is my current go to phone game. It’s reminding me to walk which is always good. Collecting Pokemon is fun too.
- Rick and I are both a bit obsessed with Skipbo. We’ve been playing almost nightly. I went on a 10+ Skipbo run there for awhile but he’s made a comeback. We actually spent most of our weekend relaxing with a NCIS marathon while playing this card game. Sometimes, it’s the simple things y’all.
- Want to Be a Writer? Start Writing. I absolutely love these encouraging words from Becky Kiser on writing. It’s interesting. Everywhere I seem to look lately, I hear more and more about this concept. It’s so simple, yet somehow has the power to paralyze us.
- If you’re looking for a good date night dinner spot in Houston, you should check out Dumar’s. I’d say get the Couples Plate. There’s a ton of food but it’s ridiculously delicious and so fun to try the huge variety that comes on it. I’m currently hooked on their chicken shawarma.
- In lieu of writing, I got to get together with some out of town friends tonight. We had a wonderful evening discussing life, drinking coffee and playing Harry Potter Clue. I think it’s been almost two full years since we four have been in the same place. My heart longs for a day when we could do something like tonight in person once a month or even more. God’s brought some amazing girls into my life, I just hope one day he’ll have us all in the same place too.
- I just started The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh over the weekend. I’m floored with the beautiful use of language within the pages of that book. I almost couldn’t even stop reading for date night because it had captured me so deeply. It’s been quite a while since that happened and I’m so excited to see what happens as I continue reading.
- I’m savoring alone time. This seems so weird to say, especially as a newlywed. Rick, don’t be upset if/when you see this. There’s just something that I’ve loved lately about carrying our fold up chairs into our backyard with a cup of ice cold water and reading. I cannot get enough of it. I don’t know if it’s the sun on my skin, the opportunity to get lost in a good story or just as much silence as suburbia has to offer. Unfortunately, I think winter is coming back so it may be a while before this is a consistent thing in my life. In the meantime, I’ll be snatching up the bits of time that I have to bask in the sun while I can though.
- This last thing I am loving is so silly. It’s not silly because of what it is, but how it came into my possession. I went shopping with my mom. We noticed this Columbia polka dot vest on a rack and she made me try it on. It fit perfectly and it was on sale. Plus, it is one of the most comfortable things I’ve worn in a long time. She bought it for me because I refused to get it for myself. With the constant changing of seasons and it’s ability to be ridiculously comfortable, it’s practically made itself into my every day uniform. I don’t even have a single complaint about that. I just can’t move on to another piece of clothing. It’s the perfect thing to grab in the mornings and I give no apologies for that.
Alright y’all, thanks for sticking with me today and hopefully gaining some insight as to who I am, especially if we’re not IRL friends yet. I’ll be back with some serious insights soon. Love you and hope y’all are having a wonderful Spring Break! Don’t forget to get some self-care in!
There’s something about the changing of seasons from Winter to Spring that really makes me squirm. The longing for Summer days reaches deep down into my bones and I can’t shake it. I’m ready for a vacation. I used to love Spring Break. It was a little spurt of freedom before getting the ultimate freedom of bells ringing on the last day of school.
This year, I don’t get a Spring Break. I’m okay with that as I’m going to employ my own “mini Spring Breaks” throughout the week. A lot of that will be in intentionally doing things that promote self-care for me. I don’t think there’s one right way to do self-care. Self-care is anything you do that feeds your soul and recharges you. It’s not an easy thing for us to slow down and do that, especially during Spring Break. Here’s some ideas to add a little self-care for you regardless of what your Spring Break plans are and better yet, they’re cost-effective.
Staycation Self-Care Ideas
- Clean your whole house.
This may sound like a terrible idea for a vacation, but think about it. Over time, things get put out-of-place, small clean up tasks get delayed and side projects like that junk closet get put off to the inevitable tomorrow. Cleaning is not the first thing on my list of fun things to do. Why add it here? I believe it’s worthy of spending my time doing. When my house is clean and organized, I feel like my mind follows suit. Even if it’s just a couple of smaller tasks like cleaning my counters or doing a full sweep of my floors, it makes everything a little better. (I’m currently wanting to de-chemical our home with the products we rely on. If anyone has any tips on great cleaners that aren’t filled with tons of chemicals, please tell me in the comments!)
One of the easiest things to do is to get rid of things taking up space in your life that don’t deserve it. Old magazines, receipts, trash and items that are no longer relevant to your life (books you’ve already read, are super easy culprits. It’s a small thing but getting rid of those things and decluttering does wonders for feeling freer and more relaxed. That’s the purpose of any vacation anyway, right? Personally, I love shredding things. It feels better and more satisfying than just recycling or throwing something away.
- Volunteer Locally.
There’s something so beautiful about serving that shows you the beauty of humanity and urges our hearts to be more hopeful. This can look different for anyone. You can send money to an organization, buy a product that helps others or causes awareness for an issue but my suggestion is that you should actively go serve. I believe there’s something different when you are physically engaged serving. If you’re not sure where to volunteer, I’d suggest asking a local church. Most churches have a great network of places they have partnerships with that are always looking for more volunteers.
Out of Town Vacation Self-Care Ideas
Choose 2-3 Priorities.
This is a tactic that Rick and I employed on our honeymoon, especially for our days at Disney World. Instead of overwhelming ourselves with all the possibilities that we could do – shows, restaurants, rides, parades, etc. We chose 2 or 3 things that were the most important to us and made sure they happened during our time there. Everything else we could do was done in leisure. I didn’t feel any regret walking away from Disney World because we did a lot of cool things, but didn’t do the main things I wanted to do. We have already decided to employ this on any future vacation as it helped the trip to be so much more relaxing and enjoyable than we could have imagined.
- Plan Downtime.
If you’re a vacation over-scheduler, this is particularly important. Most people returning to work after a vacation have crammed so much in that they return tired and in need of a vacation. Plan a few hours each day that are designated to relaxing, whatever that looks like for you. If you find sleeping in relaxing, sleep in. It’s okay to start your day later when you’re on vacation. This is something that I struggle with honestly. I want to do all of the things I can because I can’t guarantee I’ll ever be back. By choosing my 2-3 priorities for my trip, I feel freer to sleep in, to watch a movie or spend precious vacation hours reading.
- Stock Up On Gifts.
This is kind of a weird idea. It’s not necessarily for your self-care in the moment. I’ve found it so useful in self-care later on during the year though. Whenever I see something on a trip that I know would make a great gift for someone I love, I buy it. I have a space designated for these when I get home that I can put it for safe keeping. When someone’s birthday comes up or Christmas rolls around, I check the spot. It takes away from super stress, especially around Christmas.
Self-Care Ideas for Both Spring Break Plans
You knew I was going to say this, right!? Ha! Of course you did. I’m a book lover. Vacation time is really where I feel like my reading varies dramatically. I love getting lost in the story of someone else’s life, especially if it’s funny. (Mindy Kaling, I’m looking at you!) I love how it shields me from the world around me and lets me escape to another world for a bit. There’s also something about reading for your soul that is so important for our self-care. There’s a lot of books that might not be the funniest of books, but do look deeply into your soul to care for you on my 2017 Reading List if you’re looking for somewhere to start.
When I think of journaling, I tend to picture someone sitting at a table with coffee for hours writing until their hand is cramped. The reality is that journaling looks so many different ways. It can be a ton of words, drawings or even bullet points. It’s whatever is needed to get what’s in your mind expressed on paper. It’s such a good release to get it out there and be able to truly visualize it in that way. Here’s three of my favorites to get you started: floral + ruled paper, simple + unlined, and a journal for non-journalers.
- Spend time with loved ones.
My hope is that you are already doing this. If not, you should schedule it in on Spring Break whether it’s a phone call, Skype session or a good old-fashioned dinner. Make time for spending with your loved ones. Living out our days in community is something that we crave deep down inside and yet we easily set it aside during the rush of everyday life. Plan something. Plan anything with your people. It doesn’t have to be big or fancy. It just has to be you and your people together. You won’t regret it. I know I haven’t.
- Do something creative.
There’s something about art that unleashes our emotions and relaxes us. I love art. I love the variety of forms that it can come in from paintings to collages. Participating in making art is so important. I ‘m not necessarily the most amazing artist, but I do love to create. One thing that I have to come to love lately are adult coloring books. They’re easily transportable. These ongoing masterpiece that can be put down and picked up again when one has time. I spent a bit of time last week coloring in this gem of a coloring book. Your creative may not look like my creative. If your creative is woodworking, building, redecorating or anything else, go for it!
Happy Spring Breaking!
Welcome to my new Top Ten series. I love sharing things I am currently loving, desiring and fun gift ideas for those I love. To kick it all off, I’ll be sharing ten things that I believe would make amazing and unique Valentines gifts for anyone who isn’t desiring candy, jewelry or flowers.
- TableTopics for Couples: Rick and I absolutely love going over these on road trips. We keep them in the car and pull them out when there’s a lull during the drive. We love the fact that the questions make us discuss things we may not discuss otherwise.
- Pandemic: A board game about epidemic disease is probably not what you expected to see on this list. Rick and I love this game. It’s been wonderful to help foster communication between us. What couple doesn’t need a low key way to work on their communication skills? We certainly do!
- Rifle Paper Co Valentine Cards: I’m a sucker for words but just as much a sucker for beautiful cards with heartfelt words added to them. These would also make super cute decor to spread around your home.
- Let’s All Be Brave by Annie Downs: I’m a huge fan of this book. It’s the perfect gift for a single gal as Annie discusses her singleness in regards to bravery. I’m a married gal in love with a book that discusses singleness in such a good way. Annie has a way to spur her reader regardless of life stage into stepping out in bravery regardless of their life stage.
- Kate Spade Hot Air Balloon Chemise: This print is whimsically gorgeous. It seems like it would incite adventures in your dreams it’s so pretty. I love that it’s functional, not red or pink and not too overtly Valentines that weeks after you feel weird wearing it.
- KitchenAid Electric Kettle + Hot Cinnamon Sunset Tea: I have a confession to make. I was so iffy on an electric kettle when we added it to our registry. I have fallen in love though. A cup of tea in minutes? Not having to use my coffee maker for slightly coffee water tea or heating up a mug of water in the microwave and having a cup that burns my hand? Y’all, this item is just too perfect. It’s quickly becoming my favorite kitchen item. I am now in deep regret that I didn’t have it sooner. Hot Cinnamon Sunset Tea was an incredible gift to savor when I received it from a friend so it’s a must to go with your electric kettle.
- Sweeter Than Honey by Lindsay Letters + Crayola Twistable Colored Pencils: I want this coloring book so bad it’s sort of ridiculous. I love the idea of connecting coloring to God as you focus on scripture. Lindsay Letters has absolute gorgeous lettering. I can’t wait to color, connect with God and then display these reminders around my home. Rick, you’ve been warned! Also, these are the colored pencils I love to use.
- IRIS Cookware Organizer: I can’t stand stacks of pots and pans in the cabinet waiting to be toppled over. I inevitably always need the one on the bottom and it’s disastrous every time. My cabinets are a full deterrent from cooking for me. We got two of these about a month ago though and I love them. There’s not a mess everywhere anymore and my kitchen cabinets don’t make me want to burst into tears. Sanity is the perfect gift for anytime in my opinion.
- DIY LUSH Gift Set featuring a few of my favorites – Ocean Salt Scrub, Intergalactic Bath Bomb, Mint Julips Lip Scrub + Honey Trap Lip Balm: I got a bunch of LUSH products from my mom for Christmas and am absolutely loving them. I feel like my bathroom is a bit more spa-like with these in it and it’s such a wonderful way to treat yourself after a long day.
- Cuisinart Fondue Maker: How sweet of a gift would this be given with a follow up gift of everything you need to make fondue that night? It could turn into the sweetest little date night. Our current Valentine’s Day plan for after work is a fondue night. I’m now trying to figure out if we want cheese fondue or chocolate fondue. I love them both so this is a difficult choice. Good thing I have a few more weeks to decide!
Have a happy weekend!
It’s a few days past Thanksgiving, but I thought I’d share with y’all what all I’m thankful for (or at least the things that come to my mind in this instance):
+ My family
+ True friends that will be there through thick and thin
+ Podcasts and beautiful Texas scenery
+ Lovely ASC girls who are willing to hold me accountable even when it’s tough
+ The opportunities that God has given me – Brazil, Nicaragua, reconnecting with old friends, attending Texas A&M, etc. etc.
+ Ponkeys and Teal Jaguars
+ Working with some of the best youth ever
+ Roommates whom I love
+ Aggies beating Longhorns in football
+ Photography and creativity in the world
There are so many more things, but this is a small glimpse of what I’m thankful for this Thanksgiving season. What are you thankful for?
1. I’m supposed to be studying today. I’m being a failure at it by doing chores/anything but studying. I just really don’t care that much about Porfirio Diaz and whatever he’s done in Mexico. Plus, the mere thought of studying for PoliSci makes me want to drop the class.
2. I’m making gallo pinto for the first time today. I’m thinking it’s going to be a fail, but I’m making enough to eat on all week…that should be fun.
3. I refused to get dressed this morning and go to the store to buy milk. Instead, I put on a hoodie and went to get Chickfila for breakfast. This leaves me with the task of buying milk and gas tomorrow.
4. I miss high school football games. I just really don’t care about college football the same way as I do high school.
5. Finding a themed costume idea for 9-11 people is proving to be hard because of the multitude of choices we have and the lack of the junior high knowing old tv shows like Recess.
6. Our house is on a non-ice cream cake diet. Sad day. We don’t even have ice cream here. I don’t count sherbert, it’s just not the same.
7. I’ve not been so sure about the coming of fall lately. Yesterday and today, fall has sprung though. I’m rather enjoying it. Now if it was only cold enough for a scarf and a fleece…
8. I get Clyde on Friday after school. I’m excited!
9. I should really be writing that blog I told Michael Ryan I was going to write and have been working on in my drafts. Oh well, here’s to a few more days of waiting…
10. I really want a legit photographer’s digital camera for Christmas. Canon. I may have found the one I wanted already as well…
11. Online shopping just seems so superior to book studying.
12. Once midterms are over, I think I’ll be making a pumpkin something something ice cream pie. I’m not sure if that’s going to be deemed as not acceptable as to our non-ice cream cake diet. We’ll take a vote or rock-paper-scissors it out.
13. I really enjoy working in youth ministry. Games. Haha.
14. I had a presentation yesterday in Spanish. I definitely wore the same outfit as the other presenter who is my friend. We didn’t plan that and I still find that humorous.
15. I’m glad I’m an International Studies major (minus the PoliSci class), but journalism tugs on my heart daily.
16. I’m starting to really like twitter. What’s next? Farmville?
17. I have recently rediscovered my love for Todd Agnew. I am still excited about getting my Jared Anderson cd next weekend though.
18. I wish I could be ‘cool’. I’m not though. Cue Scott Krippayne: “i’m no cool but that’s okay my god loves me anyway / i’m not cool but that’s alright i’m still precious in his sight”. These are song lyrics from an actual song that Calli showed me on our way to SFR.
19. Part of me wonders if I should just give up studying or rather trying to study for awhile, get some energy out and I guess restart?
20. Stuff Christians Like is possibly one of my absolute favorite humorous things. I do really like Tim Hawkins song about Chickfila though. Actually, just Tim Hawkins in general makes me laugh.
21. Is it bad that I semi-wish I could get the flu so I wouldn’t have to take tests. I mean, I’m not going to go around looking for germs. But if they find me what can I really do?
22. I really like songs that are redone in a funny way. That pretty much just means I really do like Tim Hawkins, Apologetics and people I don’t actually knows’ names.
23. I’m currently looking for hire. The technical job title I want is internationally travelling world changing journalistic youth worker. If you hear of an opening, let me know. I’m not completely not seriously about that. Do the two ‘not’ words negate each other on that? I hope not.
24. By currently looking for hire, I meant one day in my life. I’m currently looking to pass my classes this semester. I think my real job will go better than this whole studying thing.
25. I’ve decided that one of the most annoying things is when you’re reading medieval Spanish and the words you’re looking up don’t exist anymore and aren’t even archived anywhere. What, you don’t have that problem? I’m not that surprised.