Question of the Week #102

How close and warm is your family? Do you feel your childhood was happier than most other people's? I'm not sure that I would necessarily call my family close or warm. When I was at my grandmother's for Christmas, I came to the realization that I hadn't seen my aunt or uncle since Christmas last … Continue reading Question of the Week #102

The Wedding Party

This blog post is a pitch for a TV show and I'm pretty sure it would be an enormous hit that would make me millions of dollars. Probably. Actually, it probably wouldn't. Because even if this is an original idea, someone with more connections could see this and claim that they had the idea first … Continue reading The Wedding Party

#DescribeYourselfin3FictionalCharacters

Jess, over at You're Fine did a post about this hashtag phenomenon she came across on Twitter the other day. I'm sorry to say, I missed out on the Twitter trend. I'm not sure I should admit that, seeing as how my new job requires me to constantly keep my finger on the pulse of … Continue reading #DescribeYourselfin3FictionalCharacters

Hanging Out at the Pottery Barn

Last week I went to a children's ministry conference with the children's ministry staff from my church (which is a great story in and of itself, so I'll let you know when it's posted). On the way back to Virginia from Atlanta, we stopped at an outlet mall to get some much needed shopping done. … Continue reading Hanging Out at the Pottery Barn

Question of the Week #62

If you walked out of your house one morning and saw a bird with a broken wing huddled in some nearby bushes, what would you do? Not to sound heartless, but I would keep walking. Survival of the fittest my friends, survival of the fittest. Besides, I'm not a vet. What would I do with … Continue reading Question of the Week #62