The thoughts and the thinking about covetousness continue, friends, although I haven’t been writing about it. If you saw Pam’s comment from my last post on the subject, perhaps you’ve been inspired to think about it, too! As I did some more thinking on the subject, I decided to act! And as you may have guessed, my actions had something to do with jeans, a t-shirt and glory!
However, my friend Allison holds a Thoughtful Thursday each week on her blog and she asked if I would guest post this week. I most certainly was happy to do so! So to discover the continuation of the thoughts on covetousness, and the explanation of jeans and a t-shirt glory, you’ll have to adventure over to the guest post on her site by clicking here.
Hope you enjoy! Please feel free to come back, comment, and let me know what you think!
Hey guys and gals! Â Hope you are doing well today! I am delighted to share that I’m guest posting on my sweet friend Amanda Avery’s blog today, so please check it out! The pictures to go with the post didn’t upload, so I’ve included them here. 🙂 Hope you enjoy. More to come from Bloemfontein soon! xoxoC
Too funny not to share…
He will give you very good price.
Don’t forget to check out Amanda’s blog, or else these pictures won’t make sense!
Thanks for the invitation Amanda! Â I hope we can have you on the show here soon! 🙂
My brother in law, Andy, has a great sense of humour. He and my sister, Dodi, are SUCH a perfect match for each other. There’s probably not another couple in the world that gets more laughs out of farts and pooping dogs. He tells lots of unbelievable (and unbelievably funny) stories, and I think most of them are true!Â (He really was on American Gladiators!)Â Andy has arranged a special top ten for you on the blog today. If you’re interested in reading more of his funny stuff, check out his blog, That Happened People! here. Welcome to the show Andy!
The 10 Biggest myths I was Told in My Life
10.Â Â There is a snail in my nose who would bite my finger off if I picked my nose. (Either that snail is slow or I’m quick.)
9. Â There’s a Tooth Fairy.Â (I knew this was fake when I got an IOU.)
8.Â Sitting too close to the TV will make you blind.Â (What if the TV is off?)
7.Â Mixing Pop Rocks and soft drinks will make your stomach explode. (I tried to use this as an excuse to skip school.)
6.Â Pepsi is better than Coca-Cola. (That actually qualifies as a lie.)
5.Â Cheaters never win. (Last time I checked Alex Rodriguez and Manny Ramirez took steroids and they won the World Series.)
4.Â AOL is tracking my email and if I forward “this email” to 10 people Bill Gates will send me money.Â (Don’t worry, Bill, I know you’re good for it.)
3.Â There was a secret world on Super Mario Brothers.Â (There is no secret world.)
2.Â That I could be a professional baseball player.Â (This was wrong on so many levels.)
1.Â My brother used to tell me I was adopted.Â (His story had some weight, I have almost every recessive trait in our family.)
My point: I’m living the American Dream.
Thanks for the laughs, Andy! Funny enough, your wife used to tell me I was adopted too! Love you guys, and can’t wait to meet the wee one on the way!
Top of the Week to ya! And this week it’s especially top! Please welcome our first guest poster, Laura Anne! She’s a friend of mine from Bonnie Scotland, who has arranged a special top ten for you this week. If you’d like to read more from this sweet and funny gal, you can check out her blog here! For now it’s on with the show…
Top Ten Ways to Corrupt Your Friendâ€™s Children
So I’ve just spent a week with 2 families on holiday in Cornwall. Enter an almost-5-year-old, a 3-year-old and an 11 month old into my life.
Exit 3 corrupted children…
Amazingly my parenting friends still let me around their children, but if you’d like to have some fun with none of the responsibility like me, here are 10 tips on how you can corrupt your friends’ children. But apply them at your own peril!
10. At a children’s birthday party, teach kids how to eat Milky Ways the ‘proper’ way. Pick off all the chocolate on the outside (sides first, the bottom, then the top last), then eat the soft nougat bit in the middle.
Same principles apply to Jaffa Cakes and Oreos.
In case you're not from the UK, these are Jaffa Cakes! A lovely mess if eaten 'properly.'
9. If you happen to find yourself in a hotel room with your friend’s child – teach them how to throw themselves on/jump on the bed. When parents come in and say “Now no jumping on the bed,” you say “Of course not, no, I would never encourage your child to jump on beds.”
8. Bribe your friends’ daughters into eating their tea (dinner) by offering to paint one of their fingernails or toenails with pink nail varnish for every spoonful they eat.
7. Have many piercings. Kids will ask about them. Then you can tell gory disgusting stories about how each one was done.
6. Entertain babies by rocking out in the form of headbanging with teething toys (noisy ones). By the time they are 18 months old headbanging and moshing will be their preferred methods of dancing and you’ve got the early signs of heavy metal rockstar prodigy right there.
5. Want your friend’s kid to support your football team? Nothing quite like a cute teddy bear dressed in team kit to help them along the way – bear must wear the team scarf. The scarf novelty will make it their favourite bear…and voila…you’ve got another fan!
4. Babysit. With no parents around you can make slides down the stairs with duvets, blow up ready brek in the microwave or get toy lightsabres and re-enact fight scenes from Star Wars.
3. If shopping with children, point out CCTV cameras and tell them that’s ‘elf-vision’…Santa’s preferred method of watching children at all times to see if they should go on his naughty or nice list.
2. Choose your TV programme watching very carefully. If your friend’s kid walks in to find you watching How to Look Good Naked then suddenly you’ll find yourself trying to explain why the lady on the TV thinks she looks hideous and how Gok Wan is trying to help.
1. The ultimate: all children should know we have two stomachs. One for the main course, and the 2nd for puddings and sweeties…but most importantly chocolate and ice cream. That’s why even when kids are ‘full up’ or ‘had enough’ they still have room for pudding!
Thanks for the laughs Laura Anne! And for my American readership, I should note that in the UK ‘pudding’ means any type of dessert, and not just ‘pudding.’