In August we decided to let 3 of our best friends move into the basement.
1- We love them.
2- They needed places to live.
3- We wanted to put their rent money towards our adoption fund.
Many people advised against it. They said it would be a strain on our marriage. They said it would ruin our friendships with them. They said it would be horrible. They were wrong.
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Aw yesh… thank you for joining us today. Last night we had a little too much fun with eggs and smart water. Things be gettin cray up in there.
So we did a little negative pressure science project (or magic trick- you decide). Check it out! You won’t be disappointed!
I am so excited for the Walking Dead to start again. I love Sunday Walking Dead parties. In honor of the Walking Dead starting soon, and for funsies… As CEO of the fun committee, I present unto you:
This is me, 2 years ago today. September 27th, 2010 I became a pilot. Has it really been two years? I remember that whole day, clear as the sky is blue.
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This is what my future child will look like.
I hate real live sushi. I can’t stand rice IN things. Beds of rice, awesome. Rice in burritos, not awesome. But you can hardly count Rice Crispies as rice, so we’re good. This is a sushi I can stomach. Mostly because it’s CANDY!
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What It’s Like Being An INTJ
Aaron tells me I was stuck up in high school. Which hurts my feelings. I wasn’t stuck up. I just liked to keep to myself. I enjoyed alone time. I liked hanging out with my best friends, but I didn’t like parties. I was a natural leader (student gov, orchestra, tennis, church), but sometimes “anti-social.” I was a walking contradiction. I wasn’t shy, but It took me a long time to make friends. No “fast friends” ever happened. I didn’t like small talking with people. I liked going to bed early. I hate lingering. I am an open book when people ask. But if people don’t ask, don’t expect a lot out of me. I never thought I was a brat, but it’s clear I was observed that way.
1-4% of the population is just like me. And our personality is defined as INTJ.
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