My naughty Nissan FINALLY passed its emission inspection!
And I bought myself a huge bottle of chocolate milk to celebrate
Folks, it’s real important to do our best to stay on top of responsibilities like this (If anyone knows what it’s like to get overwhelmed by car stuff, it’s me! But thankfully I’ve come a long way). One way to think of it is being a wise steward over your stuff. Seriously, try to maintain your vehicle so you can keep yourself and others safe and happy. Sound good? I just knew you’d see it my way…
“We are stewards over our bodies, minds, families, and properties.”
1) What things are YOU a steward over?
2) Why is wise stewardship so important?
3) How can you be an even better steward?
Okay, gotta go drink down my yummy treat.
Hmm, maybe I should pour it over a bowl of Lucky Charms!
(look at my title!)
LOVES chocolate milk!
leche, leche everywhere and not a drop [more] to drink…
(‘cuz I gulped it all down 2 minutes after I bought it!)
*Hey, ya’ll, I phrase-twisted a famous line from Romantic poet Samuel Coleridge‘s ever influential piece “Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner.” I will write about it some day (can’t say when though). You should go read (about) that poem. QUIKly…
I never break a promise (or try hard not to), so here ya’ll are!
First of all, I’m not as cocky as this might make me look. That chocolate man sang first, then it was my turn, so I sang my signature song! Also, see that little pink thing on my neck? bathing suit. Laundry is not my strong point.
One is sexy dark chocolate, and the other flaxen gold.
See what I did there?
Wrote the line in my head, THEN took the picture (chicken/egg dilemma)
I am cuter than this. I SWEAR (not literally). But then again, you already know that 🙂
I want THIS T-SHIRT:
(chemical equation of Chocolate)
and THIS T-SHIRT:
(from “The Big Bang Theory“) watch here: (TOTALLY CLEAN AND FUNNY CLIP, Sam):
I HAD these t-shirts, but Tori Blonquist Powell borrowed them and never gave them back. It’s alright, girl. Ain’t holding a grudge. Let bygones be bygones. You’ve done so much for me that stupid t-shirts don’t matter…Still, I can’t help but reminisce…
(they said “I can’t, I’m Mormon,” but Eliza and I thought our Mormonism empowered us instead of limited us, so we modified a little)….
A whole blog post devoted to shirts, you might ask? Um, would you rather have me walking around like this? 🙂
#careful how you answer
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