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Knowledge is power

January 27, 2016

Things I have learned today:

  1. A bowl of Rice Krispies and a bottle of chia kombucha makes a reasonable lunch when you have Sudafed brain fog.
  2. If you’re wearing heavy-bottomed slippers and you’re really busy in the kitchen, you might not notice important things.
  3. Cat barf can be the same color as wood flooring.  This is an important thing.
  4. The mess created by #2 and #3 combined is more extensive than the mess created by #3 alone.
  5. Some folks can Jesus Juke anything.
  6. Fluid acrylics are fun.
  7. Straight lines are kinda neato, but I’m lousy at walking them, drawing them, or thinking in them.
  8. Taking a nap in a room where I need two blankies to be warm enough is glorious.
  9. Therapeutic massages are not fun, nor do they feel pleasant, but it’s worth enduring pain and discomfort when it’s redemptive pain.
  10. I can’t really think of something for #10, but it just seemed weird to end with an odd number like 9.
6 Comments leave one →
  1. January 27, 2016 7:19 am

    Jesus Juking??? Sounds better than cat barf mixed on house slippers.

    • January 27, 2016 1:03 pm

      I like them about the same, frankly. :/

      • January 27, 2016 1:12 pm

        Never hear of Jesus Juke. Call me ignorant. :)

        • January 27, 2016 1:23 pm

 <—This is a pretty good explanation. It's really just when someone takes a religion-neutral thing and twists it to be Christian. Like I said in a comment to someone else here, it tends to generate shame and embarrassment, and while I think it's usually an attempt to ride the coattails of pop culture in a "holy" way, it really just feels like being a creative copycat who's bent on spoiling the fun of others with their own demonstrations of spiritual superiority.

  2. January 27, 2016 10:35 am

    1) :D
    2) What’s Jesus Juking?

    • January 27, 2016 1:02 pm

      It’s when someone takes something that was religion-neutral and either makes it about God/Jesus or shames others for not making it about God/Jesus. I think people often do it to make pop culture somehow more “holy”, but to me it just seems like a copycat too late to the party.

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