Wednesday, June 29, 2011


Why do we regret doing what we feel is the right thing?

God says to stay away from all appearance of evil. That your tongue can be a dangerous weapon. He says that gossip can hurt reputations.

Why do we blow situations out of perspective. Why can't we keep our mouths shut?

"If you can't say anything nice, then don't say anything at all."

Adult gossip is like a massive, hurtful game of 'telephone'.

God never said living the Christian life would be easy. Yes, we have different convictions about the appropriateness of certain things; however, there is no excuse for blatant indiscretion in a public place. No excuse whatsoever.

Get real people. This is not elementary school anymore. Learn to keep your mouth shut the next time something ugly trickles through your brain.

Doing the right thing can hurt. It can cause negative consequences. Yet the important thing is that God sees you as a righteous person.

"Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin."

James 4:17 (KJV)

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Prepaid Postage

You are a genius.

You know you are a genius.

You're so smart, you get United States prepaid postage on brochures written for international customers.

Leave a comment if you get this . . .

Friday, June 24, 2011

You Know You're Ghetto If . . .

You know you're Ghetto if:

1. You're not allowed to have any electric food appliances - so you improvise.

Place chair upside-down. Place iron upside-down in the said upside-down chair. Top stabilized iron with aluminum foil to avoid welding the iron to the Dollar Tree saucepan. Use a cute pancake flipper to flip pancake 7-1/2 minutes per side. 30 minutes and two pancakes later, your iron will no longer be hot. Unplug and replug iron to override electronics and reach desired temperature - cotton.

Make sure to have margarine, 'mix with water' pancake mix, maple syrup, and plenty of patience.

Both bites will be worth it all.

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

'Liv in the Bubble

Life in the bubble is always exciting. Starting this week, a human throng takes over campus. Except they're fun-sized? Teen Extreme has begun. Hello cat-calls and spilled milk.

Meanwhile life at the company goes on as normal. I give people junk mail. Please don't judge me. I get paid for it! We recently trimmed hundreds of brochures because a genius decided to make them too large for the envelope to be mailed in. Well thought.

Algebra 1 continues to conquer me. Three part linear inequalities make my life miserable. So do further applications of linear equations involving percentages of acid solutions and solving for the liters and/or the percentage you're supposed to end up with.

Peace Out from
***In the Bubble***