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I recently had the good fortune to happen upon a "Where Are They Now" article for the Sandlot, and I decided to share it on this Quick Takes Friday. Enjoy! I bet Wendy Peffercorn is kicking herself now. Lookin' good, Squirts!
I found another gem on Craiglist's local "rants and raves" section, titled "Women slutting it up:"
"Since when did whoring around become a 'quality' for women? How many out there would slut it up for a celeb even if they were married? 90 percent at least I'd be willing to bet. I don't what happened to you women, but you truly are a spiritually dead."
This man (I'm assuming it's a man) sounds like a true Casanova: trusting, non-judgmental, gentlemanly, spiritual. Hopefully he will find one of the 10% of women who wouldn't slut it up for celebs. I would like to see his statistical data, however. I picture him asking women "what would you say is your best quality," to which they respond "I would have to say whoring around."
I made Amish friendship bread this week for the first time. It is delicious and I have at least 3 slices a day. The bad news is that I forgot to give the remaining dough to a friend, as is the entire point of friendship bread. I'm ashamed.
Jackie, winner of my sweepstakes (I am currently working on her stuffed animal), is doing a fundraiser for First Book, an organization that provides new books to children in need. A donation of $10 buys 4 books! Here is a link to Jackie's fundraising website if you would like to contribute!
I have been obsessively reading a post on Reddit that asks non-Americans what they like about Americans. I know we have a lot to work on, but I will say I am proud that it comes up often in the post how friendly we are, even to complete strangers. Here is the link if you want to check it out.
This "tow-truck" I saw downtown looked questionable to me.
|I want reassurance that this is not a crucifix delivery truck, or if it is, |
that it at least plays music like its ice cream equivalent.
I had the honor of being in the room when my brother first saw his daughter, Lola Mae.
Now Lola is almost 2, and I still smile uncontrollably when I watch them together. Here are some pictures of two of my favorite people in the whole world!