Hello humans of the internet, I’m back with a brand new interview post this time with a close friend (Schulz’s best friend to be exact) who is a musician and devote Christian currently studying business at USC. That’s University of South Carolina. Recently, very recently (literally today) his first single became available for purchase, so I’m kind of promoing him. He’s awesome. Continue reading “We’re All Just People On a Big Blue Planet: Joseph Sanders”
Hello humans of the internet. I realize this is sort of a rambling post, please feel free to skip it, but please come back on Friday as I’ve decided to restart we’re all just people on a big blue planet posts.
As we sat waiting for the hurricane that never came to us, I couldn’t help but think about how for a few months our lives revolve around hurricanes. We stock up on non perishable food and gallon jugs of water. We watch the weather diligently. And we wait. We know that eventually a hurricane will come. Some will make landfall and not be as bad as we were told they would be. Some will be worse. Some will hit a completely different part of the coast. And the whole thing got me thinking about Christ. Now I know what you’re thinking, “these Jesus freaks will relate anything to their God.” But just bare with me for a moment.
As Christians we are waiting. And we aren’t 100% sure what we are waiting for. We are waiting for Christ, but like the hurricanes we don’t know when, or how he will come just that he will. It’s scary honestly because we don’t know. Luckily, Christ unlike the hurricanes has reassured us over and over to not be afraid.
Hello humans of the internet! I’m sorry I missed Tuesday’s post, I completely lost tank of the days of the week. We’ve had a lot of mixed forecasts about Florence. We’ve been told to evacuate (which almost never happens, we’re far enough from the coast to handle the storms that make it to us.) We’ve had schools closed, the school’s opened, then schools closed again. We were told it would hit us, we we’re told it wouldn’t hit us, and then we were told its gonna make a sharp left to come hit us.
All I know is that it’s been cloudy and windy since yesterday morning and today, I smell salt in the air. It’s a very very fake smell that comes with tropical storms and hurricanes. It doesn’t seem like it’ll be too bad here. But I wouldn’t dare say anything definite one way or the other when it comes to hurricanes.
Please think of the victims of this storm. The water is high and there will be so much damage when it recedes. Offer help if you are able, prayers if you believe, and well wishes if nothing else.
Hello Humans of the internet! We’ve talked about my obession with tiny toys and anything cute. I’m currently surrounded by way too many pillows and plushies for a 23 year old. One of which is a sloth that looks almost uncomfortably like my boyfriend. But this is not about that. This is about claw machines. Continue reading “I Won!!”
Hello Humans of the internet! It’s not yet fall. It feels like summer. But, all the media and advertising seems to have decided that it is fall. That means that there’s pumpkin spice everywhere. There’s not as much as I’ve noticed in the past, but that might be because it’s still very early and not yet actually fall. I have heard that apparently other parts of the world are starting to cool off. Continue reading “Pumpkin Spice”
Hello Humans of the internet! It’s the end of another month which means it’s time for another review of the month. This was a really good month. I don’t think I have any lows for August. I do have plenty of uh-ohs though (by plenty, I mean one but I feel really bad about that). I can be counted on to do something ridiculous. Continue reading “August 2018 Highs, Lows, and Uh-ohs”
I just went to tthew store and there were boxes of Halloween stuff. They’re not out on the shelves yet, but it’s there and labeled Halloween. I’m excited but it’s also still 100 degrees so, not really Halloween feeling yet.
Hello Humans of the internet! It’s been a really long time since I talked about all the critters in my life. Doctor is still doing great. Benedick is living his best budgie life. He can almost say “hello” and has enough toys to rotate them. The original fish tank is thriving and so is the tank of baby fish that showed up. There ended up being a total of 10 baby fish, unfortunately only 9 survived. The 9 survivors are thriving and need names, they are still very hard to tell apart, but I still want to name them. On to the main point of this post. Continue reading “Another Post About Doctor”
Hello humans of the internet. This is not an interview post. I’m actually just writing a really short post people I wanted to talk about a lack of these posts and also address anyone who was in the middle of being interviewed by me when I had to completely ghost. I’ve temporarily quit doing these because of some uncomfortable situations that it has lead to. Now, if you are thinking “Am I the problem? What did I say wrong, Did I say or do something offensive or rude?” You are not the problem. However, if you are thinking, “It can’t be me all I did was repetatively asked to meet in person and insinuated that she could come to me when she’s feeling lonely during her boyfriend’s deployments” You are the problem. Seriously, you are a problem.
That being said I do want to start doing interview posts again because I really do enjoy talking to people and interviewing them. I love telling all of y’all about amazing people. If you want to be interviewed please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t ask where I live or if you can Facebook message me. I feel a little bad, but I also feel like I need to make some form of ground rules after the uncomfortable encounter. Let’s see how this goes guys. Again I love interviewing people.
Hello humans of the internet how are you on this lovely Tuesday! I hope that you are all well. I’m great and have had a surprisingly few number of Dysadventures so, I’m going to talk about three more things that you should stop saying to dyslexic people. It was really fun to write and there’s a lot more things that people say. (I feel like I’ve been complaining about a lot of things lately. I’m sorry, but it is fun to write) Continue reading “More things to stop saying to Dyslexic people””