1) Why don’t they just make longer running short, or compression shorts as running short. Shorts under shorts seems silly.
2)According to GOM, a regular customer, requiring manners of him makes me childish. Um, I think it’s children that need to be taught manners, right?
3)I love to harmonize. In every sense of the word.
4) the rules for touching the bug in public have changed. I can not.
5) awkward is photographing your kid and his date for homecoming. Envision waiting in line for the electric chair and you will see the look on his face in every single picture taken.
6) I liked it better when dentistry was free.
7)they should crown the homecoming queen at the end of the game and let the band play at the 1/2. Also known as I couldn’t feel my toes.
8) passive aggressive is my least favorite aggressive.
9) you get to church and you realize that the reason that your bag is so heavy is beacause there is a bottle of wine in it. I must have been a Boy Scout: always be prepared.
10)”you don’t have to say everything you think”,the bug to me. Is that kid new here?
and one to grow on:
what is it to hunger and thirst for righteousness? I know what the bible says but how does that translate today? How can we treat our neighbors as ourselves in a world of growing disconnection? The obvious answer is to be good to each other but how does that vision change when your thoughts can be projected across the Internet and you have less control over who reads them? For myself, I have decided that the days of clever quips and jarring clips of another person’s cleverness are over. At least as far as social media goes. It is my opinion that Facebook is not the place to create conversation. We have learned to drop bombs and then be surprised and saddened when everyone doesn’t agree with us. I can stomach discourse. I can tolerate conversation with differing opinions. My blood boils when people use memes to respond to a thoughtful question. Or when a response is crafted to insite instead of challenge. I may be a bleeding heart, but aren’t we all? Or shouldn’t we be? When one uses a failed social program to defend their right to be armed, they are not listening. How can we quench our hunger and feed our thirst for righteousness when we are not listening? How can we treat our neighbors as ourselves if we refuse to see any bit of ourselves in them? In the meantime, I welcome a conversation anytime over a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and I will continue to post animal videos on Facebook.E