(Well, I could do without remembering the awkward ones, but I'll go ahead and throw them in just in case they're as entertaining 5 years from now as my old middle school journals are to me today.) Ordering a chicken sandwich at a nice restaurant and then realizing that the menu was referring to a dainty "chicken salad on a bun" concoction rather than the fried, crispy goodness that Mc Donald's has taught you to love and cherish. The way the light hits the succulents on our kitchen sink each afternoon.
Join us in Italy for our next Nordic walking explorer-trip.2 sisters are sitting close to each other and the other sister is sitting a little further away, they all have a “book” in their laps.The sister on the far left says, “This month’s message is about true love. I just love “Confessions.” Right, so I was going to tell you all how I “likened” this month’s Visiting Teaching message to Twilight. Here it is: Well, I know I’ve probably made a complete fool of myself by actually “likening” the Twilight story to myself and the Visiting Teaching Message but that’s okay with me. Sometimes, I just need to get creative in order to have messages stand out in my mind. Disclaimer: If you decide to use my “likened” example of Twilight as your message (which I don’t recommend, but whatever), you do it because you agree with me or even think it’s funny and not because I told you to share it with others and of course The Church does not endorse this idea or any other ideas on this site, remember it’s just me here and I am just human (not a vampire yet).I swear there is nothing more relaxing than a good book, a cool breeze, and a lawn chair.Going on a surprise bike ride with your long lost BFF who went to college last year.