Thursday, February 4, 2016

A laugh and a teaser



Still writing the book (I believe I'm 3/4 of the way there??!!) and watching my house go to heck (wait, that happened even before the book!), so I desperately need thought we could all use a non-partisan, non-sectarian laugh! I just love, love, love this video parody of Adele's "Hello" -- for those of us who are allergic to exercise and healthy eating, but who love to sing at the top of our lungs!








And a little teaser: You all know Margo, a very active member of our Bubble family! Well, Margo was telling a bit of her story on a thread on my Facebook page, about how she came to embrace the virtue of chastity with such a passion. I hadn't really heard the story before, and I asked her to fill in some of the details. Then, a non-Christian abortion-advocate friend suggested that Margo write her story for the Bubble, and I agreed! When both sides of the spectrum want to hear a story, then it's worth posting here!

Next post will be Margo's story! :)





4 comments:

  1. LOL The dude cartwheeling into the field... makes me laugh. And the Swiss ball bouncing off the mirror at his face… ha

    And the CrossFit fanatic part – don’t get me going. It's one thing to have a sport-specific workout regimen but don't even get me started on the CrossFit hype. Can you say, 'improper form = back snap'? And “working out" by doing as many haphazard reps as possible without proper guidance or recovery time- without a sport-specific reason- is not a sport. Lol Not smart, not good. But, hey, enjoy your injuries, I guess.

    Looking forward to what Margo has to share.

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  2. My favorite line: "Krispy Kreme gives me my liiiiife!!!"

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  3. Haa- the lyrics are priceless. That line and, "my glutes are shaking". If I've said that line once, I've said it a million times... hahaha :) :) :)

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  4. Oh my gosh, that one totally kills me!!! ha ha ha ha!!!

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