I don’t know how many times my family searches for a family-friendly show or movie to watch together, only to find nothing. Granted my youngest sibling and I have a decade of difference between our ages so that probably doesn’t help, but we recently discovered a show on Netflix that the whole family has completely loved so far. It’s called Raising Dion.
I’ve listened to the Avett Brothers for at least a decade now, and I’ve listened thoroughly to all of eleven of their albums dating back to their 2002 album. I’d consider them a part of my family, except they don’t know that they are. I can sing all of the lyrics to all of their songs if you put their music on and take me for a drive. I was so excited for their eleventh album Closer Than Together which came out October 2019 and, I’ve been enjoying it on repeat.
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An apple a day keeps the doctor away. A Snack Pack a week doesn’t keep the doctor away but I hope it makes your week better in some way.
With Disney’s new live-action movie of The Lion King, everyone’s filled with nostalgia as we rewatch the original and see the live-action one bring it to life, but when I saw this video on The Kimba VS Simba Controversy I felt kinda sick. It got me thinking about what christians can learn from the Kimba vs Simba controversy.
It’s the first Friday of 2020 everyone! Let me present you with a charcuterie and cheese board of posts to start off your Friday.
Have you ever imagined what the world would look like if everyone looking at their phone had a monster coming out of their screen? Well, I’ve got some things to show you.
I’ve written here before about how as humans we need to get off our phones more, and how that came to a head for me as a picture-taking addict. In the video below John Green talks about the evolution of taking pictures / videos and reminds viewers that even with all that cameras are today, they still don’t see everything. And yet, we’ve all become addicted to taking pictures.